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City Recruiting Traffic Control Technician

The City of Tucson is hiring a traffic control technician to work in its Transportation Department. The position is in the Sign Shop area of the Traffic Maintenance Division and assists in the repair, removal, and installation of street signs and roadway markings. Other duties include setting up safety equipment and traffic control devices for the safety of the work crews and motorists.

View a Sample of the 2020 Census Questionnaire

The United States Census Bureau offers a sample of the paper questionnaire that will be used during the 2020 Census on April 1, 2020. The census is important to determine distribution of federal funds and representation in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Households will be able to respond to the 2020 Census online, over the phone, or through a paper questionnaire. The bureau estimates that completing the questionnaire will take 10 minutes on average.

Houghton Road UPRR Bridges to I-10 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

The City of Tucson Transportation Department, Pima County and the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) invite the public to attend a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the Houghton Road bridges over the Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR), as well as the 1.2-mile project from the UPRR bridges to Interstate 10.

Thursday, November 14, 2019
9:30 a.m.
Under the Houghton Road Union Pacific Railroad Bridges

Paul's Note - November 8, 2019

Before I begin, I need to talk a little about the election. I am grateful that you and your neighbors chose to give me another term on the city council. There is a lot of work we need to do together, and by together I mean with you as constituents and with my two new colleagues, Nikki Lee and Lane Santa Cruz as well as my longtime colleague and our next mayor, Regina Romero. Congratulations to all three for earning the support of our city.

100th Annual Veterans Day Parade Monday

The Tucson Veterans Day Parade takes place on Monday, Nov. 11, in Downtown Tucson. The parade begins at 11 a.m., and this year’s theme is “100 Years of Honoring Veterans.” More than 100 entrants are expected.

Participants will start assembling at 8 a.m. The parade begins downtown at West Alameda Street and Granada Avenue, heads east on Alameda Street, north on Stone Avenue, west on Franklin Street, north on Church Avenue, west on 6th Street, then south on Granada Avenue, returning to the staging point on Alameda Street.

Safety Pilot Program at Sentinel Peak Park to Begin Monday

The Mayor and Tucson City Council recently approved a six-month Sentinel Peak Park (“A” Mountain) Road Safety Pilot Program that will expand pedestrian and bicycle access while still maintaining vehicular access for the community.

Beginning on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, Mondays will become vehicle-free days, meaning cars and trucks will not be allowed, and the vehicular gate will remain closed. On Tuesdays-Sundays, vehicular gate access hours will be from 11 a.m.-8 p.m.


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