Ward 5 News

Happy Thanksgiving!

Councilmember Richard Fimbres, and the Ward 5 staff: Mark Kerr, Matt Pate, Lupita Robles and Mary Kuchar wish you a safe and Happy Thanksgiving.

 

The Ward 5 Council Office will be closed Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24.  The Ward 5 Council Office will open Monday, November 27.

A Letter

Dear Friends:

 

Recently, I had the privilege of attending the ribbon cutting of another new business opening up in Ward 5.

 

ArcPoint Labs of Tucson was the news business, located at 6401 South Country Club.

 

The Tucson Metro Chamber of Commerce, along with other business owners, officials from ArcPoint Labs parent company were also present for the dedication of Tucson’s newest business, which is starting with a half dozen employees with plans to expand next year.

 

RENAISSANCE OF WARD 5 CONTINUES WITH LARGEST RESIDENTIAL ANNEXATION AND NEW BUSINESS OPENING

RENAISSANCE OF WARD 5 CONTINUES WITH LARGEST RESIDENTIAL ANNEXATION AND NEW BUSINESS OPENING

 

TUCSON, Ariz. – The Renaissance of the City of Tucson’s Council Ward 5 continued with the opening of another new business and the largest residential annexation in recent memory.

 

Thursday, October 12, ArcPoint Labs of Tucson, opened their doors at their location at 6401 S. Country Club.

 

Summary of Current Events - 10/10/17

Here are the summary of current events read by Councilmember Richard Fimbres at the October 10, Mayor and Council meeting.

 

On September 25, I took part in the Adopt-A-Park dedication for the Cherry Avenue Neighborhood Association Park in Ward 5.   Assurance Health and Wellness is the group that has worked to keep this park clean for residents.  I want to thank them for their efforts.

 

2017 Tucson General Election Ballots Being Sent To Registered Voters Today

Ballots for the City of Tucson's Nov. 7 General and Special Election mail-in election will be sent to registered voters starting today. The consolidated election will be run by Pima County and includes races for three Tucson City Council seats and several ballot propositions.

Tucson City Clerk's vote-by-mail calendar
Pima County Recorder
The Choice is Yours publicity pamphlet

Ward 5 Summary of Current Events

Here are the Summary of Current Events I delivered during the Regular Meeting of the Mayor and Council, Wednesday, September 6.

 

I want to welcome the students back to Pima Community College and the University of Arizona for this new school year.

 

It was great to see residents of our City and County coming together to mark “One City, One County, One Community.”

 

The event was held, Thursday, August 24, at Tucson’s City Hall, first floor conference room, and was organized by me, my Chief of Staff, Mark Kerr and my aide, Lupita Robles.

 

One City, One County, One Community Unity Event Held

TUCSON – Residents of Tucson and Pima County came together to mark “One City, One County, One Community.”

 

This event was held, Thursday, August 24, at Tucson’s City Hall, first floor conference room, and was organized by Ward 5 Councilmember Richard Fimbres.  “I would like to thank my Chief of Staff, Mark Kerr, and my aide, Lupita Robles, for coordinating this event.”

 

TUCSON DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION OPERATION SPLASH SANDBAG DISTRIBUTION SITES – RODEO GROUNDS AND HI CORBETT

To assist residents with property protection from potential flooding due to monsoon storms, the City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT) will distribute free sandbags in the north parking lot of the Tucson Rodeo Grounds, 4823 S. Sixth Avenue every Wednesday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. until further notice.
In addition to the Tucson Rodeo Grounds, a self-serve sandbag site is now open in the east parking lot of Hi Corbett Field, 700 S. Randolph Way, at Reid Park. At this location, residents should bring their own shovel and will fill their own sandbags.

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