Property values rising in Downtown Tucson
Rodeo a major boost for Tucson's economy
Sweetwater Wetlands controlled burn next week
Study shows women advancing in tech jobs in Tucson
Meet the Zoo’s giraffes up close while feeding them
Tucson Rodeo wraps up this weekend
Tucson coordinates social service agencies to help the homeless downtown
Download app to report graffiti in Tucson
Save the date: Energy efficiency workshop for businesses
Enjoy a Parks and Recreation class to hone your skills or learn something new
Tucson Police Department (TPD) revises immigration policy
Rodeo Parade tomorrow leads to temporary road closures tomorrow
Museum of Mexican-American barrio closes
Tucson Fire Department now prepared to save pets
Enjoy 'Monster Jam' this weekend
Voter-approved road work accelerating
Learn how to use new smart meters
Tucson ranks high in survey of fit cities
Historic Preservation Awards: Call for nominations
Tucson City Golf is hiring
On Thursday, February 26, 2015, Tucson will host the 90th Annual Tucson Rodeo Parade. The Parade begins at 9 a.m. at Ajo Way and Park Avenue, travels south on Park Avenue to Irvington Road, then turns west on Irvington Road and ends at Sixth Avenue. More information on the Rodeo Parade may be found at www.tucsonrodeoparade.com . Below is the vehicular travel restrictions associated with this event.
City hires Human Resources director
Recruitment underway for summer pool employees
Zoo celebrates attendance record and baby elephant (new video)
How to avoid slips and trips
Enjoy food trucks downtown tomorrow
IRONWOOD HILL DRIVE – SHANNON ROAD TO SILVERBELL ROAD
GREASEWOOD ROAD – IRONWOOD HILL DRIVE TO SPEEDWAY BOULEVARD
On Wednesday, February 25, 2015, crews from Sunland Asphalt, under contract with the City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT), will begin work to improve the pavement conditions on Ironwood Hill Drive from Shannon Road to Silverbell Road.
By Tucson Vice Mayor Richard Fimbres (Ward 5)
TUCSON – A lot has been said and even downplayed about the recent action by the Tucson Mayor and Council about the proposed, HomeGoods Distribution Center coming to our City. Here is what has happened.
With my motion, the Mayor and Council approved the City’s Primary Jobs Incentive Program and Payment In Lieu Of Tax Measure for HomeGoods to build their new distribution center at 3649 East Corona Road, which is located in Ward 5.
Some Tucson Police officers to wear body cameras
Ride Sun Tran to Tucson rodeo and parade
Learn about science this weekend in a family-themed event
Need help starting or expanding a business in Tucson? Call the Small Business Assistance Line
Job opportunity: Tucson Water System Operator
On Sunday, February 22, 2015, crews from Sunland Asphalt, under contract with the City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT), will begin work to improve the pavement conditions on Stone Avenue from Fort Lowell Road to Grant Road.
On Saturday, February 21, 2015, crews from Sunland Asphalt, under contract with the City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT), will be installing underground conduit across Stone Avenue at Kelso Street. The work will take place from 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., for one day only. This work is in preparation of a future HAWK crossing project at this location and the future repaving project of Stone Avenue from Grant Road to Fort Lowell Road, as part of the Road Recovery Program.
Mayor and Council approves tax incentives for major employer
Nandi celebrates 1/2 birthday
Public meetings continue for input on possible charter changes
Registration underway for spring softball leagues
Reduce clutter and go paperless with City e-billing