Ward 5 - Council Member Richard Fimbres

CITY OF TUCSON LAUNCHES SMART-PHONE APPLICATION FOR PARKING

The City of Tucson Department of Transportation’s Park Tucson
Division today launched GoTucson, a service that will allow motorists to
pay for on-street parking through a mobile application. Developed in
partnership with Charlotte, North Carolina-based Passport, GoTucson will
provide a convenient, easy-to-use, and intuitive means of paying for
metered parking throughout Downtown and in the districts along the Sun
Link Streetcar corridor.

Road Work Update

SIXTH AVENUE AND TOOLE AVENUE
INTERSECTION CLOSURE

Crews from Southern Arizona Paving and Construction Co., under contract
with the City of Tucson Department of Transportation, will be installing
underground conduit for the installation of new and permanent traffic
signals at Sixth Avenue and Toole Avenue.

This work will require the closure of the Sixth Avenue and Toole Avenue
intersection from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., including the Sixth Avenue
Underpass, on the following nights:

Merry Mulch Available

 
 
 
 
 
The TreeCycle Collection sites closed on Sunday, January 11, 2015 and the trees collected will be chipped. The chips will continue to be available to residents at the Udall Park recycling area, Randolph Golf Course parking lot, and the Los Reales Landfill.

25th Annual Pueblo Gardens MLK Breakfast - January 17

The Pueblo Gardens Neighborhood Association will be hosting their 25th Annual Martin Luther King Breakfast Saturday, January 17, at the Holmes Tuttle Boys and Girls Club, located at 2585 East 36th Street in Ward 5.

 

Doors will open at 7:15 am and the breakfast begins at 8:00 am sharp.

 

I want to congratulate James Christopher of the Pueblo Gardens Neighborhood Association and his committee for their work organizing this breakfast for these 25 years.  It is the only neighborhood association in Tucson to hold such an event.

 

31ST ANNUAL SENIOR OLYMPIC FESTIVAL

Tucson Parks and Recreation presents the 31st Annual Senior Olympic
Festival. This festival is a celebration of fitness to promote healthy
living and an active lifestyle among seniors. This is Tucson’s largest
organized, annual senior activity and is open to anyone 50 years of age
or older.

What: The 31st Annual Senior Olympic Festival, featuring nearly 100
events and activities at more than 30 venues throughout the City of
Tucson.

When: Jan. 12-Feb. 1, 2015

Where: Various venues - See attached schedule of events

ORDER LOW-COST DESERT TREES NOW FOR SPRING PLANTING:BE DESERT SMART, SHADE YOUR HOME WITH TREES

The Trees for Tucson program is now open for requests for low-cost trees for home delivery in the popular spring planting period. While trees can be planted throughout the year in the Tucson area, planting in the spring when trees are coming out of dormancy and the temperature is still cooler can ensure successful, healthy trees.
 

Newsnet

TEAM UP TO CLEAN UP YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD - If beautifying your neighborhood is on your 2015 to do list, the City's Environmental Service (ES) department can help. ES will provide roll-off containers (dumpsters) for your use and will haul away the debris at no cost. To participate in this program, you and members of your association or group must be ES residential customers and an incorporated homeowners association, or an organized group of 10 or more residents. Learn more about the program, including how to apply, at the link provided below.

ADOT Sign Update

Sign installation on I-10 in Tucson to bring restrictions next week

 

Motorists traveling on Interstate 10 in Tucson will encounter travel restrictions next week while the Arizona Department of Transportation continues a project to install new highway sign structures at numerous locations.

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