The City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT) is planning four neighborhood traffic safety and bicycle boulevard projects. The Michigan/Fair, Cherry, Greenway, and Bantam Bicycle Boulevard projects expand low-stress biking and walking networks citywide by creating calmer residential streets. Community input events are taking place to present information and receive input.
The City of Tucson is seeking a city magistrate for a four-year appointment to Tucson City Court. Applicants must be of good moral character, a resident of Arizona for one year immediately preceding recommendation, and admitted to the practice of law in Arizona for five years immediately preceding recommendation.
The Tucson Police Department will hold two events for National Coffee with a Cop Day. Join your neighbors and police officers for coffee and conversation at Panera Bread, 4821 E. Grant Road, from 8-10 a.m., and at Panera Bread, 4362 N. Oracle Road, Suite 10, from 9-11 a.m. Share information about crime and safety concerns, ask questions, and engage with your neighborhood's police personnel.
The City of Tucson is recruiting a lead human resources analyst-benefits for its Human Resources department. This lead position acts as a back-up to the benefits manager and provides technical support in the delivery of the City's self-insured medical program and ancillary insurance and wellness programs.
You and your neighbors passed a half-cent sales tax in 2017 that was earmarked for roads and public safety. It’s more than fair for you to ask, where has that money gone?
Earlier this month, my office received a copy of the report of the Public Safety Tax Oversight Commission, which is the citizens’ committee responsible for overseeing how that money is spent.
Tucson Electric Power is developing plans for a new transmission line to help serve growing energy needs. The project would help Davis-Monthan Air Force Base satisfy its energy resiliency requirements and improve electric reliability for customers in Tucson.
TEP must determine a route for the Irvington-East Loop 138 Kilovolt Transmission Line, which will connect the Irvington Substation to the East Loop Substation. The line also must interconnect with the planned Port and Patriot substations. TEP has identified potential routes within a revised, expanded study area.
The day of the week for a customer's recycling collection will not change. A bill insert with a map and schedule was included with September utility services statements. Each resident will also receive a direct mail piece listing their collection schedule and map.
This is the time of year when the sun rises and sets in line with Tucson’s east/west streets, meaning more of us are commuting during times of significant sun glare. The blinding glare affects visibility and reaction time, putting people walking, biking, and driving at greater risk.
The Tucson Transportation Department reminds everyone to slow down, look closely for people, and ride bikes with proper lighting.
The Arizona Symphonic Winds, under music director and conductor László Veres, concludes its September fall concert series tomorrow, Sept. 28, with “Evening With Elena.” Vocalist Elena Galbraith returns to the stage to sing music of George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, and others.
The City of Tucson's story map highlights the Adaptive Reuse Program by educating people about adaptive reuse, how the program works, and showcasing good examples in Tucson. Launched in 2017, this pilot program helps encourage reinvestment throughout the city in the form of adaptive reuse of existing buildings.
The 42nd Annual Tucson Pride Festival will be held tomorrow, Sept. 28, noon-9 p.m., at Reid Park, DeMeester Outdoor Performance Center, 22nd Street and Country Road. This year’s theme is "Rise Up," a theme to emphasize the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and subsequent five decades of progress for the LGBTQ community.
In 2015, with the help of $180,000 in support from Friends of Saguaro National Park, Saguaro National Park replaced the 55-year old interpretive exhibits in the Rincon Mountain Visitor Center with new, bilingual exhibits to help visitors understand the story of Saguaro National Park and appreciate the connection between people and place. Unlike the (newer) Red Hills Visitor Center in the Tucson Mountain District, the Rincon Mountain Visitor Center has no outdoor interpretive space- where rangers can provide interpretive talks to visitors and school groups.