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Interactive Maps Provide Valuable Information About Tucson

ZoomTucson is an interactive mapping site that allows citizens to find government information and services, such as political representatives, trash and recycling collection schedules, zoning, and school boundaries. ZoomTucson's clean and simple map interface allows users to search by an address or click on a location to display a wealth of information. It's also good for people interested in moving to Tucson.

Tucson City Court to Close for a Few Days Starting Friday

Tucson City Court will be closed for business this Friday, April 1, through Monday, April 4, in order to transition to its new case management system, Arizona Judicial Automated Case System (AJACS). The court will be open on a limited basis next Tuesday with scheduled hearings and trials in courtrooms, but the customer service lobby and website will be closed. People having a scheduled court date of Tuesday, April 5, are expected to appear in court, unless they received a notice rescheduling the date.

New ID Card That Meets Federal Travel Requirements to Debut Soon

Arizonans who want to travel will be able to get an identification card this week that meets federal REAL ID Act security requirements. The Arizona Department of Transportation says its new Voluntary Travel ID from the Motor Vehicle Division meets security requirements to gain access to airports, restricted federal buildings, military bases, and more.

Paving Begins Tomorrow at 22nd Street Sewer Augmentation Project Site

Paving operations are underway at the 22nd Street and Alvernon Way intersection, as construction of Pima County's 22nd Street Sewer Augmentation Project begins to wrap up. Traffic is shifted to accommodate the paving equipment as its moves through the project area. Paving is scheduled to be finished by the end of the day on Friday.

Recycle Right and Help Make Recycling More Effective

A recent survey from the City of Tucson's Environmental Services (ES) department found that approximately 90 percent of Tucsonans regularly set out their blue barrels for recycling, but 20 percent of the material put in barrels is not recyclable. Contamination - especially food, yard waste, and dirty diapers - can ruin a complete truckload of recyclables. Plastic bags, garden hoses, and clothing also can cause problems.

Deadline Approaching for Business Accelerator Program

Startup Tucson's Thryve ScaleUp growth accelerator program will help 10-14 newly-started companies grow and create jobs. The businesses participate in a rigorous 9-week training and mentorship program, based on a curriculum from courses at the University of Arizona, Stanford University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The free program is designed for companies that have been in business for at least two years and have annual revenues of $150,000. Startup Tucson funds the program through a five-year, $1.44 million contract from the U.S.

Expanded East Side Walmart Now Hiring

The Walmart Supercenter at 7150 E. Speedway Boulevard is adding approximately 50,000 square feet as part of a multi-million-dollar expansion to its Speedway and Kolb location. Walmart is accepting applications for about 80 new positions that have been created as a result of the expansion. Additionally, Walmart will offer a job to any eligible U.S. veteran honorably discharged from active duty since Memorial Day 2013 as part of its "Veterans Welcome Home Commitment".

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