The City of Tucson is looking for four residents who would like to serve on the Environmental Services Advisory Committee (ESAC). The committee advises the Mayor and Council on all Environmental Services department programs and services, including rate structures, recycling issues, and environmental protection.
The City of Tucson Planning and Development Services Department (PDSD) is seeking feedback regarding a proposal to change the method of calculating the required area that is notified for certain land use actions. The proposed amendment will bring the current notification process into compliance with a recent state mandate while keeping the required notified parties roughly the same as calculated under current conditions.
The City of Tucson is recruiting highly qualified individuals with chemistry backgrounds to perform analyses on drinking water, surface water, and waste water utilizing EPA-approved methods for Tucson Water. Duties include processing analytical data and preparing reports in compliance with local, state, and federal laws regarding drinking water and surface water requirements.
The City of Tucson is accepting applications for police officer recruit through Sept. 16. Applicants for this position must complete both the online application and online questionnaire. Testing will be held at the City's Public Safety Academy, 10001 S. Wilmot Road, on Oct. 11, 12, and 13.
Ward 1 Tucson City Council Member Regina Romero, the “A” Mountain Community Neighborhood Association, and Tucson Parks and Recreation will host a meeting to discuss parks projects for Proposition 407, which is dedicated to improving City parks amenities and connections. The meeting is Saturday, Aug. 17, 10 a.m.-noon, at the Fred Archer Recreation Center (Room A), 1665 S. La Cholla Blvd.
Ward 3 Tucson City Council Member Paul Durham and the Tucson Parks and Recreation department will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday, Aug. 17, at 9 a.m., to celebrate improvements made to the North Sixth Avenue Dog Park, 2075 N. 6th Ave.
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The City of Tucson is recruiting well maintenance mechanics to join its Tucson Water department. Mechanics perform general repairs and maintenance to wells, deep well pumps, and related equipment, as well as monitor water levels and pumping pressures. Duties also include removing and installing well pumps and related equipment and preparing pumps and pump rigs for installation.
The City of Tucson is seeking volunteers to participate in a new public committee that will help guide transportation investments over the next 25 years. Those who have a background or strong interest in safety, accessibility for all abilities, equity, land use, environment, health and recreation, economic vitality, and mobility related to transportation are encouraged to apply.
Celebrate the completion of the Valencia Road - Wilmot Road to Kolb Road improvement project on Thursday, Aug. 15, starting at 9 a.m. at the southwest corner of the Kolb Road and Valencia Road intersection. This project included improvements that increased roadway capacity and enhanced safety along the corridor. It was completed on schedule in 12 months.
A water main replacement project on River Road between Swan and Craycroft Roads will periodically affect eastbound and westbound traffic. Bicycle lanes will be closed during the work and signs will be in place to direct traffic around the work areas as needed. Customers are not expected to be out of water during construction.
Project completion is expected in October. Go to Tucson Water's Outages & Advisories map for updates.
With a lull in the monsoon expected over the next few days, now is a good time to be prepared for the next round of summer thunderstorms. The City of Tucson's Transportation Department is still offering a free self-service sandbag station in the Hi Corbett Field parking lot. There is a limit of 10 sandbags, and people are encouraged to bring their own shovels to fill their bags. Watch the video below for more information about the program. If you don't want to fill the sandbags yourself, the City offers free, pre-filled sandbags in the north parking lot of the Tucson Rodeo Grounds, 4823 S.
The City of Tucson is hiring a therapeutic recreation assistant to work in the Parks and Recreation department. Duties include helping with the development, implementation, and evaluation of recreation programs for children, youth, and adults. An assistant also creates and evaluates programs, and conducts classes.