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City of Tucson Parks and Recreation Seeks Public Imput to Guide Sentinel Peak Park ("A" Mountain) Improvements
The Tucson Parks and Recreation department will hold a series of community-wide open houses to gather public input on how it can best prioritize master planned improvements to Sentinel Peak Park (“A” Mountain). The department has kicked off a process of information gathering that will result in a list of improvements to the park.
“We encourage everyone to participate in this process,” said Vice Mayor Regina Romero. “Sentinel Peak Park is a regionally significant attraction, and hearing from residents about their priorities from the list of master planned improvements is essential.”
In May, community-wide public open houses will be held at three locations within the City of Tucson. Please be sure to attend the most convenient public open house and share your ideas. All meetings will be held from 5:30-7:00 p.m. Dates and locations are as follows:
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Archer Center, 1665 S. La Cholla Blvd.
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
El Rio Center, 1390 W. Speedway Blvd.
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
City of Tucson Parks and Recreation Administration, 900 S. Randolph Way
An online community questionnaire is available through June 1, 2017. To complete the questionnaire, please use the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2RBV6RF
Parents Night Out at Udall Recreation Center!
Friday, April 28, 2017. Click here for more information.
Tucson Parks and Recreation System Master Plan
On Wednesday, October 5, 2016, the Mayor and Tucson City Council approved the adoption of the Tucson Parks and Recreation System Master Plan. In April 2015, after a competitive selection process, a consultant team lead by Norris Design, and including Gordley Group, ETC Institute/Leisure Vision and the Trust for Public Land, was chosen to develop and deliver a new City of Tucson Parks and Recreation System Master Plan. The Master Plan has been a collaborative process between the City of Tucson and its residents, partners, and stakeholders. The Master Plan serves as a roadmap to navigate community goals and build recommendations that provide policymakers an approach to leverage the City's parks and recreation resources with other community partners and initiatives.
For more information on the process and to view the newly adopted plan, please visit the Tucson Parks and Recreation System Master Plan website.
Pantano River Park Commemorative Trees Dedication May 5th
Tucson Clean & Beautiful, in cooperation with the City of Tucson and Pima County, announce the availability of commemorative trees along the Pantano River Park. Commemorative trees are available for purchase through Tucson Clean & Beautiful for $225 each (partially tax-deductible), including the tree, irrigation lines and number marker installation, name dedication at a commemorative plaza, dedication certificate and guaranteed replacement. Trees may be purchased for dedication honoring special occasions, or in remembrance of any friend or family member.
The new Pantano River Park Commemorative Tree Program is based upon the success of the completed El Paseo de los Arboles commemorative tree project where 600 trees were added on the Santa Cruz River bank. Over the next several years, dedicated trees will restore more than two miles of natural habitat, and will grow to provide shade for users of this multi-use path. More than 275 trees already have been planted of the 570 trees that eventually will fill this park.
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