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Protecting Your Mail

Postal Inspectors across the country work hard to protect your mail. But with deliveries to more than 100 million addresses, the Postal Inspection Service can't do the job alone.

Here's what you can do to protect your mail from thieves:

NewsNet 05-5-15

Tuition going up at Arizona's universities

Go behind the scenes at Tucson's Crime Lab

Catch up on City news you may have missed

Tucson police part of national campaign to discourage distracted driving

Job opportunity: Transportation Department Project Manager


On Thursday, May 7, 2015, crews from the City of Tucson Department of
Transportation Streets and Traffic Maintenance Division will chip seal
Campbell Avenue from Duvall Vista to Jason Vista. The work hours for
this one day project are 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. During the work there will be
one travel lane available to both northbound and southbound traffic.

NewsNet 05-04-15

Public hearing tomorrow night on proposed City budget

City expands pilot program for commercial composting

Free family leadership and education classes available for parents

Tucson Fire Department offers tips on snake and bee safety

Paid internship opportunity at Tucson Water

NewsNet 05-1-15

Tucson Folk Festival returns this weekend

City leaders to discuss establishing food commission

Voter-approved road improvement continues Sunday on part of Stone Avenue

Sharpen your photography skills with help from Parks and Rec

How to use a fire extinguisher

Water Valve Work Scheduled for Southbound Wilmot Rd., 5th St. to Broadway

Installation of water valves will close the southbound center and right curb lanes of Wilmot Rd. from 5th St. to Broadway from 9 a.m., Tuesday, May 5, to 3:30 p.m., Friday, May 8.

Lane closures will take place from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Steel plates will be temporarily installed to allow through traffic when work is not occurring.

New valves will be installed on a 12” water main line. The project includes excavation, valve installation, and repaving. There will be no interruption of water service to customers.

Stone Avenue: Toole Avenue to Alameda Street Resurfacing Project UPDATE

On Sunday, May 3, 2015, crews from Southern Arizona Paving and Construction Co., under contract with the City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT), will adjust manhole covers and water valve covers flush with the new asphalt on Stone Avenue between Toole Avenue/Franklin Street and Alameda Street. Stone Avenue will be closed to all through traffic during the active construction hours for this project.

NewsNet 04-30-15

Study says Tucson best place to start a business in Arizona

Need help starting or expanding a business in Tucson? Call the small business assistance line

County Administrator submits recommended budget for next fiscal year

May is Tucson Fitness Month

Household Hazardous Waste collection this weekend

Pima Animal Care Center collaborating on free vaccination clinic Saturday

A dog-only free vaccination clinic will be held from 7 to 10 a.m. Saturday at the Ward 5 Council Office, 4300 S. Park Ave. The event will be first-come, first-served for the first 200 dogs.

Pima Animal Care Center, along with the Animal Welfare Alliance of Southern Arizona and the Humane Society of the United States, is participating in this collaborative effort to increase vaccination rates throughout Tucson. Vaccines for rabies, Parvovirus and distemper will be offered at no cost through a generous grant from the Humane Society of the United States.

NewsNet 04-29-15

New condition for those violating campfire restrictions

Select Sun Tran buses to offer free books tomorrow

National water conservation challenge ends tomorrow

Late Night Hoops registration underway

Commemorative trees still available at Pantano River Park for spring 2015 dedication

NewsNet 04-28-15

Sun Link prepares for one millionth passenger

Free vaccinations for dogs this weekend

Celebrate Mother’s Day at the Zoo

Tucson makes Forbes list of Best Places to Retire

Job opportunity: Tucson Water Senior Engineering Associate

National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation

Tucson climbed to 1st place today in its category in the 2015 National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation, with little more than three days remaining.
Now, we need to defend that position and demonstrate that Tucson knows how to conserve water. People can pledge online for Tucson at through April 30, which takes just a couple of minutes.


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