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Paul's Note - October 25, 2019

If I had to rank the subjects of the calls my staff gets the most often at my office, numbers one and two are rezonings and transportation issues. I’m not sure which comes out on top, but those are by far the things that occupy most of the time here at the office.

Our Transportation Department is responsible for maintaining roads, sidewalks and our general streetscape in Tucson. They also maintain many of our washes.

Cyclovia Tucson is This Weekend

Cyclovia Tucson takes place on Sunday, Oct. 27, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. The event returns to South 12th Avenue for “Cyclovia en la Doce” and provides nearly four miles of car-free city streets for Tucsonans of all ages to enjoy. The route extends from the Julian Wash Archeological Park at The Loop (West 39th Street and South 12th Avenue) to Mission Manor Park, just south of Drexel Road.

Cyclovia Tucson Traffic Alert

Cyclovia Tucson returns to South 12th Avenue this Sunday, October 27, 2019, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., extending from the Julian Wash Archeological Park at The Loop (West 39th Street and South 12th Avenue) to Mission Manor Park just south of Drexel Road. “Cyclovia en la Doce” provides 3.75 miles of car-free streets for you, your friends, and family to explore unique neighborhoods, business districts, parks, schools, community treasures, delicious food, and live music.

Tucson City Court Transition: Court Closure on Nov. 1

In an effort to better protect privacy and provide exceptional service, Tucson City Court will be transitioning to an Arizona Court Automation Project (ACAP) court of the Arizona Supreme Court during the weekend of Nov. 1-3. To accommodate the change, the Court will be closed on Friday, Nov. 1. Online services will not be available Nov. 1-3, as computer systems will be down during the transition, and there is potential for limited service on Nov. 4.

Be Part of Parade of Lights 25th Anniversary

Celebrate the spirit of the holiday season by walking, riding, pedaling, or dancing your way through downtown as the annual Parade of Lights celebrates its 25th anniversary on Saturday, Nov. 30.

The festival brings thousands of people from all walks of life together to celebrate the spirit of the winter season and the unique culture of the Tucson community. Multiple City departments will be joining the parade.

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