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Tucson-Phoenix Water Agreement Announced at White House Water Summit

A water-sharing agreement will allow Tucson to store more than a billion gallons of Phoenix’s share of Central Arizona Project water. That's enough to serve 17,000 homes in Phoenix each year.

The agreement among municipal Arizona water providers was announced yesterday at a water summit in Washington, D.C. The White House Water Summit, held in conjunction with United Nations World Water Day, focused on the country’s water issues and potential solutions using innovative science and technology.

Catch Up On City News You May Have Missed

Learn about the responsibilities of the City's IT department for communications towers, desktop computers, and dispatch; go behind the barricades for a look at the road construction process; and before you head out to a City lake, you’re going to need more than just bait to go fishing.

Those stories are featured in the latest edition of Tucson City News in Review, produced by Tucson 12.

Commemorative Trees Available at Pantano River Park for Spring 2016 Dedication

In cooperation with the City of Tucson and Pima County, Tucson Clean & Beautiful is offering residents the opportunity to purchase commemorative trees to be planted along Pantano River Park.

The trees are available to buy through Tucson Clean & Beautiful for $225 each (partially tax deductible). The price includes the tree, irrigation lines, number marker installation, name dedication at a commemorative plaza, dedication certificate, and guaranteed replacement.

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