In order to facilitate concrete delivery for construction of the AC Marriott Hotel at Fifth Avenue and Broadway Boulevard, some modifications to vehicular traffic will be needed this week. Starting tonight at 10:30, through 4 p.m. tomorrow, the left lane of Broadway will be closed between Sixth Avenue and Fifth Avenue. On Saturday, the left lane of Broadway will be closed again between the hours of 6 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Construction is progressing on the new AC Marriott Hotel in Downtown Tucson on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Broadway. In order to facilitate concrete delivery, some modifications to the traffic control set-up hours will be necessary. Below are the vehicular travel restrictions associated with this construction this week. Please note that pedestrian and bicycle access is being maintained in and around road closures.
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If you still have your mail-in ballot for the March 22 Presidential Preference Election, Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan says you should send it back no later than tomorrow to make sure your vote gets counted.
Ward 5 Tucson City Council Member Richard Fimbres and Legislative District 2 State Senator Andrea Dalessandro present a forum this week to offer tips to keep seniors safe from scam artists.
There will be presentations from representatives of the Arizona Attorney General, Pima County Attorney, Pima County Sheriff, Pima Council on Aging, DES Adult Protective Services, AARP, and more. Presenters will be available to answer questions and provide resources during the forum.
Mayor Jonathan Rothschild's office and the Tucson Pima Arts Council (TPAC) present a new exhibit produced for the Mayor’s Gallery.
Tucson Water is seeking a team player with skills to lead well maintenance mechanics in constructing, installing, repairing, and maintaining well sites to run efficiently and in sound condition. Work is subject to standby and on-call hours during off-duty hours.
Duties require working outdoors under varying weather conditions in constrictive and/or slippery areas and around moving equipment. The recruitment will establish a civil service list that will be used to fill vacancies within the next six months.
Getting a required business license to open a business in Tucson (and paying ensuing taxes) can be done online through the City of Tucson's Finance Department.
One thing to remember if you are buying an existing business is that you are liable for any unpaid taxes of the seller. Before purchasing any business, you should require the seller to provide a “Letter of Good Standing” issued by the City’s License Section, which is a document that states there is no tax amount outstanding.
Zanjeros are specially-trained water efficiency experts who have performed thousands of comprehensive inventories of home water use that helped customers lower their water bills. Learn more about your home’s water-using fixtures, water meter, plumbing, irrigation, and more.
The Tucson Police Department (TPD) currently has multiple vacancies for public safety dispatchers within the Communications Division. The position involves skilled radio communications, including dispatching emergency and non-emergency calls for service. The dispatcher must relay critical information via a radio system to public safety personnel who are dispatched on calls for service.
Motorists parking in Downtown Tucson, 4th Avenue and around the University of Arizona campus can pay for metered parking via the GoTucson smartphone app from Park Tucson. Payment also can be made via a mobile website or local phone number. In the video below, Tucson 12 shows you different ways you can use the smart meters.
Ward 6 Council Member Steve Kozachik's office is hosting a meet and greet tomorrow night with Tucson Police Chief Chris Magnus. The event will run from 6:30-8 p.m. at 3202 E. 1st St.