The City of Tucson and Tucson Water will host the kickoff of the Santa Cruz River Heritage Project on Monday, June 24, 4:30-5:30 p.m., at 1580 S. Santa Cruz Lane. The Heritage Project will introduce up to 2.8 million gallons a day of flowing reclaimed water into the Santa Cruz River just south of downtown. This will complement regional historical and cultural projects in the area and support the return of native plants and animals.
Registration is now open for Session 3 of swim lessons with Tucson Parks and Recreation. Register at EZEEreg.com by Thursday, July 25, at 9 a.m. Cost is $15 for a two-week session, or it's only $2 if you qualify for the Discount Program.
Find out if you qualify by viewing the Discount Program online or by calling (520) 791-4877. There are 20 pools in the City that are open through July 31.
Reid Park Zoo’s annual Summer Safari Nights is on Saturdays this year and is now free for members (admission applies for non-members). The program runs 6-8 p.m. every Saturday until Aug. 17. Enjoy the Zoo during cooler evening temperatures with added fun, including live music from local bands, games, inflatables, food and drink specials, face painting, glitter tattoos, animal encounters, zookeeper chats, and themed evenings.
Reid Park will be alive with music this weekend. The Tucson Pops Orchestra will perform on Sunday, June 23, at 7 p.m. for Music Under the Stars at the park's DeMeester Outdoor Performance Center, East 22nd Street and South Country Club Road. The show is under the baton of László Veres, who curates, coordinates, and conducts the ensemble.
Tucson Water invites you to the official Santa Cruz River Heritage Project Release Party, to be held in conjunction with the 22nd Annual El Día de San Juan Fiesta. Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild, Council Member Regina Romero, and Pima County Supervisor Richard Elías will speak at the event. Join us on Monday, June 24 at 4:30 p.m. to celebrate!
Location: 1580 S Santa Cruz Lane
In an effort to make City of Tucson parks safe and appealing for everyone, community service officers (CSOs) are now assigned to patrol the parks and enforce laws.
Tucson Parks and Recreation and the Tucson Police Department (TPD) train the CSOs. They learn about crisis intervention, defensive tactics, first aid, CPR, and use of Narcan in the case of an opiod overdose. They also receive general training from Parks and Recreation.
The City of Tucson is hiring a community service officer (CSO) to work in the Tucson Police Department. A CSO is responsible for helping the Field Services Bureau by responding to/completing investigations and compiling reports for minor, non-injury traffic accidents, criminal damage, and requests for community assistance.
The City of Tucson is hiring a GIS technician to join the Tucson Water department and participate in various geographic information projects supporting the utility’s infrastructure. GIS technicians read and interpret source documents, such as civil engineering plans, plat maps, and legal descriptions, and then they enter the required information into the GIS database.
The City of Tucson's Planning and Development Services Department (PDSD) is seeking feedback regarding a proposal allowing amendments to the City’s area and neighborhood plans to run concurrently with rezoning processes. This amendment would change the existing policy of requiring Mayor and Council approval of a plan amendment prior to beginning a rezoning process.
The Downtown Tucson Partnership presents live, local performances each Tuesday and Thursday, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., in Jácome Plaza, in front of the Joel D. Valdez Main Library, 101 N. Stone Ave. Grab lunch from your favorite downtown spot or food truck, bring a friend or some coworkers, and enjoy the free lunchtime tunes.
The concert series runs through July 2.
On Wednesday, June 19, 2019, the southbound curb lane on Oracle Road both north and south of Limberlost Drive will be closed for paving work related to a private development project.
This one-day project is scheduled to begin at 5 a.m. and should be complete by 5 p.m. The schedule is subject to change due to inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances.
Two lanes of traffic will be maintained for motorists traveling southbound on Oracle Road. Northbound traffic will not be affected.
The City of Tucson's Adaptive Reuse Pilot Program encourages reinvestment throughout the City by repurposing existing buildings. Launched in 2017, the program draws on supporting research (“Older, Smaller, Better in Tucson”) and successful programs in other cities, particularly Phoenix’s Adaptive Reuse Program, to provide a suite of incentives and code relief tools for the reuse of existing buildings in Tucson.
The City of Tucson Parks and Recreation department is hosting its annual summer track and field and road races throughout June and July. Track and field events will be held Tuesdays, through July 23, at Drachman Stadium, 501 S. Plumer Ave.
Road races are every Thursday, through July 25, at various locations. This week's races will be held at Lakeside Park, 8201 E. Stella Road (Ramada 1), with races starting at 6 p.m.
The City of Tucson is hiring public safety communications specialist I and II trainees to work in the Public Safety Communications Center. The civilian positions are responsible for receiving both emergency and non-emergency calls for help from the public and passing critical information to Police and Fire dispatchers. Training is provided in-house and may take up to one year to complete.
The City of Tucson is seeking an assistant public defender to perform professional legal work defending indigent clients charged with misdemeanor offenses in City Court. This position works under the supervision of senior and experienced attorneys.