NAMED PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT OF THE YEAR
The American Public Works Association (APWA) announced the Houghton Road, Irvington Road to Valencia Road Project has been selected as one of the nation's Public Works Projects of the Year for 2015. This prestigious award will be presented Monday, August 31, 2015 at the Phoenix Convention Centre.
Sun Link streetcar wins another award
Reid Park Zoo proposes improvements
Food festival and Cyclovia this weekend
Enter the Do More Blue photo contest
Volunteers needed for buffelgrass removal next month
Final water rate town hall tomorrow
Help make recycling more effective
Tucson City Golf is hiring
Annual Pennington Street Block Party this week
Sign up for a free water audit to save water and money
City of Tucson road project wins prestigious award
City releases preliminary public bicycle share station locations and phasing plan
Last-minute tax help available from United Way
Have Coffee with a Cop this week
Job opportunity: Mechanical Engineer
Second water rate town hall tomorrow
Albuquerque Journal finishes spotlight on Tucson's mental health treatment
New swimming hours in effect at two City of Tucson pools
Learn how to use new smart meters
Job opportunity: Environmental Services Equipment Operator
United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona is hosting a Late Filing Event, April 14-15, 2015, to help low- and moderate-income taxpayers file their federal and state tax returns for free before the April 15 deadline.
IRS-certified tax preparers will be available at the United Way office at 330 N. Commerce Park Loop:
Tuesday, April 14 Wednesday, April 15
Tucson Clean and Beautiful is seeking community volunteers to adopt parks, streets, washes, and other available public areas on an ongoing basis. There are over 700 sites available for adoption.
What does “adopt” mean? Your group agrees to clean ‘your’ site up (remove litter and debris) once a month. We provide supplies such as litter grabbers, gloves and bags.
Who can adopt? Groups of at least five individuals commit to monthly cleanups.A permanent sign recognizing your group will be placed at the adopted site and we will celebrate your first six months with a ceremony.
Raytheon fire station to be operated by Tucson Fire Department
One-day mega-adoption animal fair tomorrow
Mayor and Council declare April 12-18 as national public safety telecommunicators week
41st annual Spring Fling carnival starts today
Ride public transit to 2nd Saturdays
City of Tucson moves forward with streetscape project
Discover the Dinosaurs this weekend at the TCC
Help your favorite park get a $20,000 grant
Tip a cop for Special Olympics
Mayor appears on cover of Arizona Jewish Life
Local non-profit launches collaborative "Be Cool, Tucson" program and invites community support to repair evaporative coolers for neighbors at risk in the summer heat.
It was 107 degrees outside on June 14, 2014, when the evaporative cooler on Mary’s trailer finally gave up for good. Mary and her husband, Steve, bought this trailer after years of experiencing homelessness; if the heat drives them out of this trailer, they’ll be homeless once again. As the temperature inside their home rose, Mary called CHRPA.