A to Z with Nikki Lee - April 27, 2021

The hot weather arrived quickly, didn't it? The good news is, we have a great event planned for this week that will help future Tucsonans beat the heat. This Friday, April 30, my office is hosting "Planting for the Future: An Arbor Day Celebration." We'll be planting 50 trees in honor of Arbor Day and we need your help! This family-friendly event will begin at 9 AM so we can finish up before it gets too hot. Thank you to Tucson Parks and Recreation, Tucson Clean & Beautiful, and Trees for Tucson for collaborating with us to host this event for the Ward 4 community. 

These trees will contribute to the Mayor's Million Trees initiative, providing shade and cooler temperatures to people enjoying Lincoln Regional Park. Participants should meet at the Children's Outdoor Performance Area (COPA) outside the Ward 4 Office (8123 E. Poinciana, Tucson, Arizona 85730) at 9 AM. Masks will be required. RSVP here and find the event on Facebook here. We hope to see you there! 

Please click here for more updates and information, including a full schedule of our remaining 2021 Ward 4 Town Halls. As always, please don’t hesitate to reach out to my office at ward4@tucsonaz.gov with any questions or concerns. We are happy to help you in any way we can.