Tucson Water and Arizona Project WET are offering a series of self-guided tours at the Sweetwater Wetlands, 2551 W. Sweetwater Drive. The Discovery Program engages visitors through a journey along the path that surrounds the ponds and recharge basins. Guests can use a QR code reader app on any smart device to view the Wetlands in a scientific way as they navigate around the 60-acre site.
In expectation of a large crowd for a public hearing on the Broadway Boulevard: Euclid to Country Club Roadway Improvement Project, tonight's Mayor and Tucson City Council Regular Meeting will be moved to the Board of Supervisors Hearing Room in the Pima County Administration Building, 130 W. Congress St.
The Tucson-Pima County Historical Commission is recognizing individuals, firms, groups, and/or organizations that have demonstrated their interest or contribution to the preservation, conservation, or interpretation of local history, architecture, or historic preservation in Tucson or Pima County.
For more information, please refer to the 2016 Awards Program Description and Nomination Form.
The Tucson Police Department (TPD) is holding another Coffee with a Cop event tomorrow. There is no planned agenda, other than a simple time to ask questions, voice concerns, and meet the police officers who serve the area. The gathering will take place from 5-7 p.m. at Beyond Bread, 6260 E. Speedway Blvd.
The Mayor and Tucson City Council will hold a public hearing tomorrow night to gather more comments on the Broadway Boulevard: Euclid to Country Club Roadway Improvement Project now that the 30% design plans have been completed and presented to the public.
Tucson City Court is closed for business today and tomorrow to transition to a new case management system, Arizona Judicial Automated Case System (AJACS). Full court operations will resume Wednesday.
Tucson City Court will be the largest volume court in the Arizona court system to transition to AJACS and will be converting approximately 440,000 open cases to the new system. Adjudicated cases that met the electronic records retention period will not be part of the transition.
The Tucson Fire Department dealt with seven bee swarm incidents over the weekend, and a few people were stung.
"Our call volume for bee-related calls skyrockets during the month of April," said Tucson Fire Capt. Barrett Baker. During an attack, "cover up your face as much as possible, because if it is a true attack they're going to be stinging you - eyes, nose, mouth, ears - so try to pull something over your face to give yourself that protection."