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News & Information
Meet and Greet with Tucson Chief of Police Chris Magnus Thursday, September 22nd 6:00-7:00pm (September 16, 2016) The Oracle Project and Council Member Karin Uhlich invite you and your neighbors to attend a meet and greet with TPD Chief Chris Magnus for an update on TPD’s current vision, programs, and initiatives – and how you can get involved! For more information contact the Ward 3 Council office at email@example.com or (520) 791-4711.
Shred-It! Saturday, September 24th, 2016 at Sacred Heart Church 9:00am-12:00noon (September 16, 2016) Council Member Karin Uhlich and Constable Bennett Bernal invite you to Shred-It. Documents will be securely shredded onsite and drive through service will be available. Sacred Heart Church is located at 601 E. Fort Lowell Rd. The first two boxes are free; there is a $5 donation to Lend-A-Hand for each additional box. Thank you to our community partners, Sacred Heart Parish and Lend-A-Hand. For more information contact the Ward 3 City Council Office at (520) 791-4711 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mayor & Council Pass Memorial for Strong Rules Relating to Payday and Car Title Lending Practices (August 10, 2016) - Weigh-in on a proposed rule recently published by the CFPB that could undermine strong consumer protection laws and state usury caps such as we have in place in Arizona. More info at http://www.economicintegrity.org/initiatives.html. Mayor and Council passed this memorial on August 9th urging the CFPB to issue the strongest possible rule to protect consumers in Tucson and nationwide from deceptive lending practices: Memorial Related to Payday and Car Title Lending Practices
Register to Vote by Monday, August 1st (July 29, 2016) - Monday, August 1st, is the Deadline to Register to Vote in the August 30th Primary Election. Visit the link below for more information about registration. Make your voice heard by voting! http://webcms.pima.gov/cms/One.aspx…
Public Comments Sought on Bike Boulevard Master Plan (July 28, 2016) - The City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT) recently completed a draft Bicycle Boulevard Master Plan, and the public is invited to review and comment on the plan linked below. Bicycle boulevards are residential streets designed to prioritize bicycling and enhance conditions for walking. Bicycle boulevards support several community values, including improving the health of Tucsonans, promoting safer streets, stimulating the economy, and enhancing the Sonoran Desert environment. TDOT has identified a network of 193 miles of future bicycle boulevards along 64 corridors that improve connectivity to schools, parks, libraries, stores, and other key destinations. The public can review and comment on the draft plan during an open house on Thursday, Aug. 4, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Ward 6 Council Office, 3202 E. 1st St.
Bicycle Boulevard Master Plan (draft): https://www.tucsonaz.gov/files/transportation/files/Bike_Blvd_Master_Plan_7-15-16_0.pdf
Bicycle Boulevard background information and link to comment form: https://www.tucsonaz.gov/projects/bicycle-boulevards
Tucson Bicycle & Pedestrian Program: https://www.tucsonaz.gov/bicycle
Don't let Orlando attack make us forget that love is love (June 15, 2016) Council Member Uhlich shares her thoughts in the aftermath of the Orlando massacre: http://tucson.com/news/opinion/column/guest/karin-uhlich-don-t-let-orlando-attack-make-us-forget/article_f6521ed7-c957-5dfa-ba53-52a7b4e69e2e.html
Review Proposed Reinvestment Tools Package No. 1 (May 13, 2016) The City of Tucson Planning & Development Services Department is considering three reinvestment tools that will encourage, facilitate and diversify development in Tucson. The three proposed tools are expansion of use of Planned Area Development (PAD), Major Streets & Routes (MS&R) setback relief, and optional concurrent Plan Amendment and Rezoning application. Visit https://www.tucsonaz.gov/pdsd/projects/reinvestment_tools_No_1 to review and provide feedback.
Parks and Recreation System Master Plan Update (February 09, 2016) Parks and Recreation Director Fred Gray shares the progress made on the current Parks and Recreation System Master Plan Update: Parks and Recreation System Master Plan Update
Alternate Models for Transit Service (February 09, 2016) Per the direction of Vice Mayor Uhlich and Council Member Romero, PAG Executive Director Farhad Moghimi provides an overview of alternative models for transit service: Public Transit Service Models
City of Tucson Funding Options (January 5, 2016) City Manager Ortega presents an overview of funding alternatives or revenue options for the City of Tucson. City of Tucson Funding Options
Mayor and Council Retreat (December 4, 2015) The City Manager gave a budget update to the Mayor and Council. Here is a copy of the presentation.
Transit Visioning (June 23, 2015) The City of Tucson partnered with Pima Association of Governments to bring transit consultant to Tucson to help plan the region's transit future. Here is the framing the questions report and the report out of the stakeholder workshop.
State of the Ward (April 10, 2015) Council Member Uhlich on Wednesday, April 15th gave an update on the state of our ward! Council Member Uhlich discussed policy and projects, plans for the year ahead, and answered questions. Interim City Manager Martha Durkin and the Ward 3 Staff was also present. Here is more information and a map of some of the great things happening in the ward.
SB1070 and U-Visas Council Member Uhlich's Memo on SB1070 enforcement and U-Visa Affidavits
Small Business Hotline The City of Tucson SMALL BUSINESS ASSISTANCE LINE -- 837-4100 -- is Live! This is a great development for Tucson's small and medium sized businesses that Council Member Uhlich fought hard to make happen.
Transportation 101 Ever wonder how Transportation Planning works in Tucson and Pima County? Check out the presentation below, put together by our dedicated professionals at TDOT, working in collaboration with the great team at PAG, and organized by Council Member Uhlich's staff.
Metal Theft What's the City doing about metal theft? See a glimpse here: Mayor and Council Metal Theft Presentation 2012
More Useful Resources
- New Ward 3 Map, effective 2013
- New Red Tag Flyer (Unruly gathering reference sheet provided by the Jefferson Park Neighborhood Association)
- Pay Your Water Bill Securely Online
- Latest Info from Housing and Community Development (including Federal updates re housing vouchers)
- Calendar of Parks and Recreation Events, Classes, Programs throughout Tucson
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