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  • ANNUAL WATER QUALITY REPORT FOR 2020 NOW ONLINE
    Date: June 10, 2021 
    Tucson Water’s 2020 Annual Water Quality Report is available at the link below. The report provides information on drinking water within the utility’s 138 water service areas in and around the Tucson metropolitan area. Tucson Water performs more than 45,000 water quality tests per year, and results from the monitoring conducted in 2020 ensure your drinking water is safe. The Environmental Protection Agency requires that all drinking water suppliers provide a water quality report to their customers on an annual basis. For questions or comments, call (520) 791-5945 or email CustomerSupportUnit@tucsonaz.gov.
    2020 Annual Water Quality Report
  • INPUT NEEDED FOR FIRST AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS
    Date: June 10, 2021 
    The City of Tucson Department of Transportation and Mobility (DTM) is seeking community input on two alternative options to improve First Avenue between Grant Road and River Road. The first alternative consists of keeping First Avenue at its current configuration of four travel lanes, and the second alternative consists of widening First Avenue to six lanes. The First Avenue alternatives were developed through the recently completed First Avenue Needs Assessment, which was conducted to evaluate current corridor deficiencies and needs in preparation for the First Avenue Improvement Project. Public input received on the two alternatives will help decide which of the two options the City will move forward to project design and construction. To learn more about the project alternatives and how to submit feedback, visit the project website linked below or text FIRST to (520) 210-5707. DTM will also be holding two virtual town halls, on Tuesday, June 29, and Thursday, July 15.
    Project website and survey
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  • TUCSON PARKS AND RECREATION TO REOPEN RECREATION CENTERS FOR WEIGHT ROOM AND WALKING TRACK USE
    Date: June 10, 2021 
    Tucson Parks and Recreation will reopen recreation centers for limited use, and reservations are required. The centers will be open only for weight room and walking track use. All memberships will continue to be suspended through the end of the calendar year. If you would like to reactivate an existing membership, you can do so by calling or visiting the recreation center. Staff will reactivate the pass. Members of the public can pay the daily fee or use a membership pass. Reservations can be made beginning Sunday, June 13, at 8 a.m. For more information on locations and hours, follow the links below.
    Parks and Recreation centers
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  • JOB OPPORTUNITY: HOUSING ASSISTANCE SUPERVISOR
    Date: June 10, 2021 
     - The City of Tucson’s Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) is seeking a housing assistance supervisor. This position is responsible for the supervision of daily operations in assisted housing programs, the tenant eligibility process, administering contracts, and managing computer systems associated with assisted housing. Minimum qualifications include six months of post-high school education and at least two years of supervisory experience in assisted housing, contract administration, and tenant eligibility determination. Applications are due by Sunday, June 20. Phone screenings will be held during the week of June 28, and virtual oral board interviews will take place on Wednesday, July 7.
    Read the job description
    HCD
  • ENJOY COOL SUMMER FUN AT REID PARK ZOO DURING SUMMER SAFARI NIGHTS
    Date: June 10, 2021 
    Reid Park Zoo’s annual Summer Safari Nights program is back every Saturday, 5:30-8:30 p.m., through Aug. 15. Enjoy the Zoo during cooler evening temperatures, with events featuring live music from local bands, games, animal chats, wildlife activities, carousel rides, and themed evenings. Food and drink specials also will be available. The theme this Saturday night, June 12, is "Ocean Conservation and Sustainable Seafood." Celebrate the Zoo's efforts to protect the health of the oceans on our planet. Wear your best ocean blue outfit and don’t forget to skip the plastic water bottle in favor of a reusable one. Live music will be provided by Michael P. and the Gullywashers, featuring instrumental surf, 50s and 60s rock 'n' roll, 70s funk, rockabilly, Chicago blues, New Orleans blues, and honky-tonk music.
    Summer Safari Nights 2021
    Reid Park Zoo
  • TUCSON PARKS AND RECREATION RESUMES INDOOR SUMMER CLASSES
    Date: May 20, 2021 
    Tucson Parks and Recreation is offering limited indoor leisure classes this summer. Classes range from arts and crafts, ceramics, dance, health and fitness, jewelry making, music, and more for youth and adults. Timely registration is recommended since summer offerings fill up quickly. Indoor activities will be limited to classes or programs only and at this time will not be open for drop-in access. Classes begin the week of June 6. Registration starts tomorrow, May 21, at 9 a.m. for City residents and at noon for non-City residents. To view and register for classes, follow the link below.
    View schedule and register for classes at ezeereg.com
    Tucson Parks and Recreation
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