Sun Link welcomes one millionth passenger
Tucson City Council approves water rate increase
Summer Safari Nights program begins tomorrow at Reid Park Zoo
TREO to change name to Sun Corridor, Inc.
Job opportunity: Tucson Water System Operator
On Wednesday, May 27, 2015, PACE Electric, under contract with the City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT), will begin work to install a TOUCAN pedestrian and bike signal at Euclid Avenue and Fifth Street. Work on this project will be conducted Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. At least one travel lane will be open in each direction at all times during the project. The project is scheduled to be complete by the end of August.
Surveys launched to gather opinions about impending postal consolidation
Tucson Police Chief visits New Jersey for national community policing conference
Third Street to be repaved for Campbell Avenue to Tucson Boulevard
Public hearing tonight on water rates
May is Tucson Fitness Month
On Wednesday, May 20, 2015, crews from Intermountain Slurry Seal, under contract with the City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT), will begin milling (removing asphalt) and repaving Third Street between Campbell Avenue and Tucson Boulevard.
Third Street will be closed to all through traffic on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 for the milling work and on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 for the repaving work. The closures on both days will be from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
– Elected and Business Officials release public surveys to collect citizen reaction to Cherrybell post office consolidation–
Tucson, AZ– May 18, 2015– Tucson Vice Mayor Richard Fimbres and numerous elected and business officials have launched a set of open surveys in an effort to provide the residents of Tucson a platform to share opinions about, and impacts of, the consolidation plans for the Tucson Postal Processing and Distribution Center (P&DC)/Cherrybell.
City budget set for tentative adoption this week
Tucson Water prepared for continuing drought
Sun Tran to open new Park and Ride lot on eastside
Tucson in top 10 list of most bikeable cities
Help make recycling more effective
Do you go shopping and throw your receipt in the garbage can outside the store? If so, thieves may be watching.
Tucson part of case study on climate change measures
Library's Summer Reading program begins tomorrow
'Music under the Stars' concerts continue this weekend
Enjoy a walk exploring Reid Park
Arizona Wildcats team with Tucson Fire Department for fire prevention
The following is a news release just sent out this morning about a new 14 screen movie theatre to be built at the Tucson Marketplace at the Bridges in Ward 5. I want to congratulate Eric Davis and to thank Cindy Ayala and Sara O'Neil for their work on the Bridges Design Review Committee to make this happen. Another great day in Ward 5!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
CINEMARK ANNOUNCES PLANS TO CONSTRUCT NEW 14-SCREEN MOVIE THEATRE IN TUCSON, AZ
The key to preventing theft from vehicles starts with YOU!
Nobody wants to be a victim of crime, but if you leave your purse, computer, tools or other valuable items in your auto, you’re increasing the risk that you will become a theft-from-vehicle victim.
Many thefts from vehicles are the result of people leaving their car doors unlocked or leaving items of value in the car where would-be thieves can easily spot them. The message- if thieves can see it, they will steal it.
Tucson Police launch 'Know Your Limit' campaign
City's economic development director accepts position in Maryland
Summer movies return to La Placita Village downtown
Deadline for summer Parks and Recreation class registration is Sunday
Help ‘Keep our Blue Skies Blue’
Sun Link prepares for one millionth passenger next week
City offers $2 swim lessons for those who qualify
Movies in the Park program returns this summer
Thank a Cop tomorrow
City of Tucson is removing abandoned shopping carts
Eight Pima County libraries to start closing on Sundays
Tucson Police officers to attend national police week in D.C.
Energy and electricity topics of TedxTucson talk tonight
Volunteers needed for Pantano River cleanup
Watch a grizzly bear destroy a picnic in a controlled environment