You can now review the fiscal year highlights of the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA), the largest transportation funder for our region on an annual basis. The FY 2017-2018 annual report, released by the Pima Association of Governments, includes information about revenue collection, finances, and plan highlights as well as the 50-plus RTA projects completed during the year.
Ward 6 Tucson City Council Member Steve Kozachik, Vice Mayor Richard Fimbres (Ward 5), and Ward 1 City Council Member Regina Romero announced today that they are in full support of the Feb. 5 vote taken by the Nogales Mayor and Council calling for the removal of the concertina wire that has been placed along the border fencing running through downtown Nogales.
Trees for Tucson, Tucson Clean and Beautiful, and Tucson Parks and Recreation will be planting 32 new trees to beautify the southeast corner of Campbell Avenue and Grant Road (the former Bookmans location) tomorrow, Feb. 9, at 9 a.m. The new parklet will feature native desert trees and shrubs and will benefit and beautify the community until the Grant Road widening project begins.
The City of Tucson’s Planning and Development Services Department (PDSD) recently held a "Development 101" informal class on Tuesday, Jan. 29, in the Pima County Public Works Building. PDSD staff discussed the submittal and review process of development packages, subdivision plats, and lot splits regulated by Tucson’s Unified Development Code (UDC).
An administrative assistant performs research and analytical work in support of administrative, financial, and personnel functions. Duties also include assisting with budget research and preparing reports, monitoring revenues and expenditures, and compiling data relating to financial issues.
Tucson’s historic Fort Lowell neighborhood and Fort Lowell Park are the sites for the 39th Annual Fort Lowell Day/La Reunión de El Fuerte Celebration on Saturday, Feb. 9, from noon to 4 p.m. This free event celebrates the history of the area’s rich heritage and is open to everyone. It includes a variety of tours and exhibits for guests to learn about this hidden corner of Tucson’s past.