Council Member Shirley C. Scott
October is Crime Prevention month. Getting Arizonans Involved in Neighborhoods (G.A.I.N.), formally known as National Night Out, is an event held by neighborhoods and Police. This is a great opportunity to meeting with one meet with one another along with Police Commanders and Officers to forge relationships that strengthen your neighborhoods and our community.
Every day in America, another 28 people die as a result of drunk driving crashes. Walk Like MADD® is the signature fundraising event to support Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s mission to end drunk driving. Walk Like MADD is the only large-scale, community-based activity that allows those impacted by drunk driving to take steps to stop drunk driving in their communities.
Communication is a key component in creating and preserving partnerships between citizens and the City of Tucson. In keeping with this long-standing commitment, the City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT) is notifying you of an upcoming pavement preservation project that will take place on Calle Polar from Nicaragua Drive to Escalante Road.
United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona invites volunteers to sign up starting Thursday, Aug. 25, to participate in Southern Arizona’s single largest volunteer event, Days of Caring 2016.
This year’s Days of Caring will be Wednesday, Oct. 19, and Saturday, Oct. 22.
And this year, for the first time, volunteers on Saturday can choose to assist at Hope Fest.
Administration of Resources and Choices (ARC) mission is to empower homeowners through comprehensive housing counseling services; and enable older adults and special needs populations to retain independence and dignity through elder abuse services and crime respite care.
Tucson Parks and Recreation’s Activity Guide for Fall 2016 has arrived and copies are available for pick up at all Parks and Recreation Department facilities, including district offices, centers and pools, or can be viewed on-line at: www.tucsonaz.gov/parks.
Pima County has information in regards to mosquito control, prevention and treatment of the West Nile Virus. Please visit their website http://webcms.pima.gov/health/ or call the Pima County Health department at 243-7770.