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Go Behind the Barricades to Learn About Lane Closures (Video)

Do you ever drive and wonder why you see barricades and it seems nothing is being done? While it might not be apparent that work is in progress, something may be happening that you can't see.

Engineering Manager Sam Credio with the Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT) goes "Behind the Barricades" to show what’s going on when lanes are closed.

City of Tucson Holds Workshops on License and Sales Tax Reporting

Learn your rights and responsibilities for the Transaction Privilege (sales) Tax by attending a Tax and License Workshop sponsored by the City of Tucson Finance Department. Questions will be answered, and written materials will be available. Samples of sales tax records, worksheets, and monthly returns will be explained. You should bring a calculator and a pencil.

View the Status of Road Bond Projects

The City of Tucson has an interactive map to track the progress of the Road Recovery bond project. The five-year plan voters approved in 2012 spends $100 million to improve roadways in our community.

You can click an area of the city on the map and find out which projects are completed, planned, and active. Information also includes the number of miles in each project, and the ability to turn map layers on and off to narrow your search.

84-Inch Water Main Problems Detected by Monitoring System

Fiber optic monitoring systems inside large diameter pipelines designed to notify Tucson Water of conditions that could lead to failure served their purpose once again. Monitors recently detected a series of events on a segment of 84-inch diameter pipe that indicate a potential weakening of the pipe structure along a transmission main that moves water from a reservoir near Starr Pass into eastern parts of the city.

Naming Rights Offered for Tucson's Tallest Building

The owners of the building at One South Church Ave. are trying to sell naming rights for Tucson's tallest building. They would like to get a tenant into at least 25,000 square feet of space with the right to place their name on the tower in lights, said Zachary Fenton, one of the local owners who bought the tower last year for $32 million.

Built in 1986, the 23-story building previously was known as the United Bank Tower, Citibank Tower, Norwest Tower, UniSource Energy Tower, and currently is referred to by its address.

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