View 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.

Mayor Highlights Tucson's Successes

In a guest opinion today in the Arizona Daily Star, Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild discusses the city's recent accomplishments and economic activities. He cites the renovated Tucson Convention Center arena, the new Tucson Roadrunners hockey team, and the use of business incentives that helped bring thousands of jobs and major employers to Tucson, including HomeGoods, Comcast, and Caterpillar.

Fog Sealing This Weekend on Portion of Camp Lowell Drive

Starting tomorrow, crews will work from 6 p.m.-4 a.m to fog seal Camp Lowell Drive from Swan Road to Vista del Forte. Fog sealing is the application of a thin layer of asphalt emulsion that helps cover small roadway imperfections, cracks, or other small voids and seals the existing asphalt to preserve and protect the roadway. The schedule is subject to change due to inclement weather.

Mayor and Council Votes on Firearms Policy and Rainwater Harvesting

The Mayor and Tucson City Council yesterday voted to ban sales of high-capacity guns at the Tucson Convention Center (TCC). As part of an expansion of existing gun sale policies, weapons capable of firing 10 or more rounds no longer can be sold at the TCC. Gun control advocates, including former Congressman Ron Barber and several other victims of the Jan. 8, 2011 mass shootings in Tucson, were in the audience as the council discussed the measure.

Fort Lowell and Alvernon Intersection Improvement Progressing

Milling will begin tonight at the intersection of Fort Lowell Road and Alvernon Way. The work tonight and tomorrow night will run from 9 p.m.-6 a.m. and will continue with paving this Saturday, 6 a.m.-4 p.m.

Sunland Asphalt, under contract with the City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT), is working on the project as part of the $100 million, five-year Road Recovery street bond program. One lane of travel in each direction will be maintained during the work, which is scheduled to be finished by Friday, July 15.