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Pima Animal Care Center Celebrates Completion of County's New Animal Care Facility

Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) is hosting Party with the Pets this weekend, featuring entertainment for all ages, music, food trucks, tours of PACC’s new facility, a dedication ceremony for the taxpayer-funded building, pet adoptions, and an opportunity to learn more about shelter programs and services.

Breakfast with Santa

Have Breakfast with Santa at Udall Center, 7200 E. Tanque Verde Rd., on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 8-10am. Cost is $5/person. Enjoy breakfast, an art project, and a story and picture with Santa. Must register at Udall by Dec. 3. Call 791-4931 for more information.

New Fee to Be Added to Vehicle Registrations

It soon will cost an extra $32 to register your vehicle in Arizona. Starting this Saturday, Dec. 1, vehicle registration renewals will include a new Public Safety Fee. The fee was established by state law to support public safety and Highway Patrol operations.

The fee goes into effect for registrations due in January and will be immediate for newly registered vehicles. The fee will be collected during the vehicle registration process administered by the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division.

Planning and Development Services Department Launches Notification System

NoticeMe is a tool that allows users to sign up for email notifications for land-use changes, such as rezonings and variances within the City of Tucson. Four different types of notifications are available and can be selected using ward, neighborhood, or custom boundaries. NoticeMe was developed to provide transparency and support citizen participation in issues pertaining to land use.

Landscape Plants for the Arizona Desert Booklet is a Guide to Growing

Tucson Water and the Arizona Municipal Water Users Association (AMWUA) offer Landscape Plants for the Arizona Desert, a guide to help residents create an attractive, water-efficient landscape. Plants listed include trees, shrubs, groundcovers, vines, cacti, and more. The plants featured were selected by landscape professionals and are drought hardy, tolerant of heat and cold, and adapted to our soil conditions.


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