Ward 2 Councilmember Paul Cunningham
A project to provide neighborhood students with an ADA-accessible paved walking surface to and from Henry Elementary School will begin next week.
On Monday, March 20, Kapp-Con, Inc., under contact with TDOT, is schedulet to begin work on isolated segments of Gollob Road, Igo Way, Bedford Drive, Patterson Drive and Fifth Street. Work hours will be Monday through Friday from 7 am to 3:30 pm. The work is scheduled to be complete by mid-June.
Hat tip to the folks at the Ward 4 office for producing this.
Work to construct the new intersection connecting Kolb Road with the extension of Sabino Canyon Road will begin Thursday, October 13, 2016, and is scheduled to be complete by Thursday, December 1, 2016.
Between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m., at least two lanes of travel on Kolb Road will be maintained in each direction.
National Public Lands Day is a day set aside to celebrate land that is publicly owned by the American people and encourage those people to come out and enjoy a day in their public lands. This Saturday, September 24, all 413 National Park sites across the country are joining Saguaro National Park in waiving entrance fees to celebrate the day and many are hosting volunteer opportunities for people who choose to serve in honor of the day.
Among the offices elected this year will be the County’s Superintendent of Public Instruction. A lot of people don’t know much about what the office does, but the person in that office has an important role in supporting our county’s school districts.
The Metropolitan Education Commission and the League of Women Voters are sponsoring a candidates forum with the two nominees for superintendent. It will be next Wednesday, September 21 from 6 pm – 7:30 pm at Pima College Downtown Campus (1255 N Stone Ave) in the Amethyst Room.
Ward 2 Council Member Paul Cunningham and the City of Tucson Parks and Recreation department invite you to an informational open house at Udall Recreation Center regarding a new solar project. The project will put shade structures with solar panels in the parking lot at Udall Recreation Center and the Carol West Senior Addition. Representatives from the city’s Architecture and Engineering Division, Tucson Parks and Recreation, Ward 2, and Technicians for Sustainability will be on hand to answer questions and take suggestions.
October is Crime Prevention month. Getting Arizonans Involved in Neighborhoods (G.A.I.N.) is an event held by police agencies statewide in collaboration with Neighborhood Associations to meet and discuss crime prevention and to further reinforce our enduring partnership in combatting criminal activity in our community.
Saguaro National Park proposes an increase to the park’s 7-Day Private Vehicle Entrance Permit from $10 to $15. The seven day pass admits a private vehicle and all of its occupants into the park for one week. If approved, the increase would go into effect on January 1, 2017. The increase in fees will help bring the park into alignment with the entry costs for other similar parks, a phased process which began in 2015. The park requests comments from the public concerning the proposed increase.
The City of Tucson has been experiencing one of the hottest summers on record. Tucson Parks and Recreation department would like to invite kids to beat the heat and cool off at one of 17 city pools for free for the remainder of the summer season. Beginning July 17 youth under the age of 17 will pay no admission fee at 17 City of Tucson Pools. A fee will still be charged at the Edith Ball Adaptive Recreation Center pool. Fees are $2 for adults (18 and over) and $1 for youth (17 and under).
Free Pool locations: