The Barrio Hollywood and Menlo Park neighborhoods will be the site of the 30th annual All Souls Procession on Sunday, November 3, 2019. The 2019 route parallels the Santa Cruz River. The procession begins at 6 p.m. on Grande Avenue south of Speedway Boulevard, turns left on St. Mary’s Road, then right onto Bonita Avenue. It flows around the Garden of Gethsemane toward the Finale Site, situated between the river and the Mercado San Agustin.
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.
The Pima Association of Governments (PAG), in partnership with the City of Tucson, is developing a Long-Range Regional Transit Plan. The draft plan was developed after a review of all public comments and surveys from 2018.
The Sun Link streetcar expects to board its 5 millionth passenger tomorrow, Oct. 31. In celebration of this milestone, Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild will greet the 5 millionth rider on board and present him or her with prizes and gift certificates from businesses along the route.
Tucson's first responders are urging parents, kids, and drivers to be extra cautious during Halloween activities tomorrow night.
The Tucson Police Department (TPD) says young children can easily get distracted by lights and dart across the street without looking for cars first. Nationwide, more kids get hit and killed by cars on Halloween than on any other day of the year.
A new HAWK pedestrian crossing signal is being installed at the intersection of 22nd Street and Belvedere Avenue. Crews are working 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. on weekdays, and two lanes of travel will be maintained in each direction on 22nd Street.
Expect delays when driving in this work area and obey all traffic control signs. The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of November, barring changes due to inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances.
City of Tucson Parks and Recreation and Reid Park Zoo invite the public to participate in a discussion regarding the future of Gene C. Reid Park and the Reid Park Zoo master plan.
The public can stop by the open house to obtain information on park improvement projects slated to be completed with the Tucson Delivers Parks + Connections 2018 bond funds. Park projects include a new splash pad, new playground, improvements to the DeMeester Outdoor Performance Center, and improvements to the walking path.
If you haven't already mailed back your voted ballot to the City Clerk's Office for the Nov. 5 general election, you have until this Wednesday, Oct. 30, to make sure it arrives in enough time to be counted. Meanwhile, some voting locations will be open to cast or drop off ballots in person on Election Day.
Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild was honored by current and former board members of the Tucson Industrial Development Authority (IDA) for his help in providing access to affordable housing for area residents. Tucson IDA President Larry Lucero presented Rothschild with a Hemis Kachina, which represents abundance to the Hopi Tribe.
The City of Tucson Transportation Department and the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) are holding a community input event for three Houghton Road Corridor projects. The public event is Tuesday, Oct. 29, 6-7:30 p.m., at the Empire High School dining auditorium, 10701 E. Mary Ann Cleveland Way.
Tucson Parks and Recreation will host Udall's Haunted Playground on Wednesday, Oct. 30, from 5-7 p.m., at Udall Park, 7200 E. Tanque Verde Road. The evening will include trunk-or-treat, games, music, costume parade, and a safe haunted playground under the lights.
This event won the Arizona Parks and Recreation Association's award for Outstanding Community or Neighborhood Special Event at the 2019 annual conference. For more information, call (520) 791-4931.
Operators also grade terrain, lay asphalt and chip seal, hoist large heavy objects, dig trenches, excavate tree stumps, and sweep and vacuum streets. Work requires climbing in and out of equipment and exposure to extremes in weather and temperatures.