Weekly Update - March 3, 2023

Paul's Note

My staff frequently get questions about speedbumps. Recently, the transportation department made it a bit easier for neighborhoods to petition for them. Neighbors can also ask for them from their ward office. Click here for more.

Council Meeting: The next council meeting will be on Tuesday, March 21. Following an afternoon study session, regular session starts at 5:30. To view the meetings remotely, visit https://www.tucsonaz.gov/city-government.

COVID-19 Testing: Click here for more.

COVID-19 Information: Please visit the Pima County Health Department's Twitter and Facebook pages.

Household Hazardous Waste/Shredding: For upcoming event information, please click here.

Ready, Set, Rec!: The van will be making upcoming visits to Palo Verde and Ft. Lowell Parks. Click here for dates and times.

Flood Information: Flood safety information from the Pima County Regional Flood Control District can be found at www.pima.gov/BeFloodSafe. The site includes information on how to sign up for flood and other emergency alerts from the Pima County Office of Emergency Management. For the latest on road conditions and closures, call the Road Conditions Hotline at (520) 547-7510 or visit the Pima County Department of Transportation’s Road Closure Updates website

Food Bank Needs Volunteers: Click here for information.

Tucson Food Share: Tucson Food Share feels honored to share food freely with anyone who wants it, regardless of their appearance or life circumstances. Click here for more.

Employment Resources

Reporting Transportation Concerns After Storms: Is there a pothole you'd like to see filled? Is a street sign missing? Is a tree limb hanging too close over a roadway or sidewalk? You can report these issues to the City of Tucson's Transportation Department at (520) 791-3154 or email the exact location to TDOTConcerns@tucsonaz.gov.

Veterans Upward Bound Program: Pima Community College is using a new Veterans Upward Bound grant to provide free services to help separating military personnel and veterans to enter and succeed in post-secondary education, no matter what college or program they wish to attend. Click here for more.

Looking to donate items to local service organizations? Here's what to bring to Ward 2