Share your visions for the future of the El Pueblo Complex, Rudy Garcia Park, and the Rodeo grounds during a public meeting tomorrow at 5:30 p.m at El Pueblo Senior Center, 101 W. Irvington Road. The complex at El Pueblo offers many recreational opportunities for youth, adults, and seniors.
The Midvale Park Neighborhood Association's Fall Festival is this Saturday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Grijalva Park, 5775 South Oaktree Drive. Local businesses are partnering for a night out with food and fun. Bring the kids out to enjoy some pre-Halloween fun with a costume contest, sweet treats, a kiddy train and a bounce house.
Last Saturday's Boo Bash was a big success. Organizers estimate more than 4,000 people attended the annual event, which is about 2,000 more people than normal.
Tucson Water has two career opportunities available. The utility is seeking an equipment operation specialist and an electronics technician. Tucson Water is part of the City of Tucson's municipal government and serves more than 717,000 residential, commercial, and industrial customers. The utility also is a leader in water conservation and drought management.
Position descriptions with the necessary qualifications are at the link above.
Crews are beginning final paving work this week on Silverbell Road from Goret Road to Grant Road. The installation of the final layer of asphalt on Silverbell Road began this morning and is scheduled to be finished by Nov. 2. Crews from Hunter Contracting, under contract with the City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT), will work 6 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays. During the curb lane paving work, side street access will be closed for short periods of time.
TENWEST began its second year last Friday, with a mission to support Tucson's economy and culture. The festival continues through this Friday. Created by StartUp Tucson, TENWEST is aimed at building connections and making Tucson a better city by bringing together four elements of Tucson's culture: art, technology, entrepreneurship, and community.
In an effort to make it safer for bicyclists, the Mayor and Tucson City Council last week approved a one-year pilot plan to drop the speed limit on bike boulevards to 20 mph, down from 25 mph. There currently are two established bike boulevards in Tucson that will have the new speed limit. Those routes are the Third Street/University Boulevard and Fourth Avenue/Fontana Avenue bike boulevards.
City of Tucson Parks and Recreation offers discounts that allow low-income residents to pay a 50 percent discounted fee for KIDCO, Jr. Leadership, In-Betweener's, Learn-to-Swim, and therapeutic programs. There also is a 25 percent discount for annual/quarterly passes at recreation centers and for a Senior Activity Card.