Tucson Water’s 2019 Annual Water Quality Report is available on its website. The report provides information on drinking water within the utility’s 37 water service areas in and around the Tucson metropolitan area.
The City of Tucson is hiring a human resources (HR) manager to oversee one of its satellite units. Duties include supervising the work of at least two full-time employees and acting as a liaison between employees and management.
Learn how to use your creativity to bring some of your favorite characters to life through clay. Join one of the Tucson Parks and Recreation department's top instructors for a quick lesson that is sure to bring out the child of any age.
The City of Tucson is hosting another budget presentation with City Manager Michael Ortega and Chief Financial Officer Joyce Garland. The virtual event will take place today, June 29, at noon. The public can join using the links or phone numbers provided at the above link.
As of this morning, June 29, there are now 7,568 reports of COVID-19 cases in Pima County and 74,533 in Arizona. Those numbers include cases where people have recovered, as state health officials do not track recoveries. There have now been 1,588 COVID-19 deaths in Arizona.
Meanwhile, the City of Tucson maintains an up-to-date COVID-19 website that includes information for businesses, residents, and even activities for kids. The site is updated as information continues to evolve.
The lightning-caused Bighorn Fire in the Coronado National Forest has grown to 107,099 acres (168 square miles) and is 45 percent contained.
The Arizona Daily Star's "This is Tucson" has a list of "9 Tucson things to look forward to this summer." Some of the things include the monsoon, watermelon eegee's, summer reading, sunsets, and more.
There are a lot of things to talk about this week, and I want to get to as much of it as possible. I am really concerned about our local hospital capacity. Please stay home as much as possible, always wear a mask & wash your hands often. Please support our neighbors whose homes are in danger of burning down in the Bighorn wildfire.
Crews from Southern Arizona Paving and Construction Co., under contract with the Tucson Department of Transportation and Mobility (DTM), are crack sealing and fog sealing various roadways throughout the City through July. This downtown work was rescheduled from earlier in June 2020. Crews will work Monday through Friday, with occasional weekend work. The dates, work hours and locations where the improvements will take place in the next three weeks of the program are:
The Bighorn Fire in the Coronado National Forest has grown to 88,046 acres as of this morning, June 26, and is 33% contained. The acreage burned now surpasses that of the 84,000-acre Aspen Fire that burned on Mt. Lemmon in 2003 that destroyed more than 300 homes and businesses in the town of Summerhaven.
Nearly 1,200 people are assigned to fight the Bighorn Fire, and evacuation notices have not changed.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is urging residents to stay home whenever they can and to use masks if they have to go out in public during the COVID-19 pandemic. He made those statements at a news briefing yesterday, June 26, but didn't issue an official stay-at-home order or a mask mandate for the entire state, although Tucson, Pima County, and many Arizona municipalities recently passed their own mandatory mask laws.
After Wednesday’s news conference surrounding the in-custody death of Carlos Adrian Ingram-Lopez and Tucson Police Department (TPD) Chief Chris Magnus’ offer of resignation, City Manager Michael Ortega said yesterday that he will not accept the resignation.