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Cyclovia Tucson: Call for Volunteers

Cyclovia Tucson will return to South 12th Avenue with ¡Cyclovia en La Doce! on Sunday, Oct. 27. Started in 2010, Cyclovia gives people from all over Tucson the chance to enjoy great weather, see neighbors, friends, and get a little exercise – all on city streets that will be closed to car traffic and open to walkers, joggers, cyclists, skaters and all other forms of people-powered movement.

City Receives Major Federal Grant for Lead Hazard Reduction

The City of Tucson recently received its largest-ever Lead Hazard Reduction Grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for its Lead Hazard Control Program and Healthy Homes Program. This grant will bring nearly $4 million into our community, dedicated solely to keeping families safe from lead hazards and various unhealthy conditions in their homes.

Tucson Parks and Recreation Offers 'Schoolzout Camps' Next Week

Tucson Parks and Recreation is offering a program for youth 5-11 years old during fall break, Oct. 7-11, from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. The cost is $25 for city residents and $31 for non-residents.

Supervised activities include games, sports, social interaction, dance, art projects, and nutrition-based learning. Visit the 'Schoolzout Camps' website for a list of locations and to register.

Limited Plan Review and Inspections at Planning and Development Services Next Week

Planning and Development Services (PDSD) will have a significant number of building plan reviewers and inspectors attending the Arizona Building Officials (AZBO) 2019 Fall Educational Institute on Monday, Oct. 7, through Friday, Oct. 11. As a result, there will be limited PDSD staff available for plan review and building inspections during that week.

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