Ward 5 - Council Member Richard Fimbres
Tucson residents know their parks and recreation facilities provide places to get active, explore nature or connect with community members. But what they may not know is that their parks and recreation also contribute to improved health outcomes, higher property values and environmental sustainability.
The Tucson Parks and Recreation Department wants to know how it can improve recreation and leisure opportunities for all of its users.
This July the department kicks off a process of information gathering that will result in a vibrant, new five-year master plan that anticipates future needs and outlines the actions necessary to deliver high quality recreation facilities, programs and services to the Tucson area. Public and stakeholder input is essential and critical to the success of the master plan.
Motorists traveling on Interstate 10 and Interstate 19 may encounter overnight delays over the next week while the Arizona Department of Transportation continues work on restriping segments of both highways in Tucson.
The Ward 5 Council Office is closed today, Friday July 3 and will reopen on Monday, July 6.
Vice Mayor Fimbres and the Ward 5 staff wish everyone a safe and Happy Fourth of July.
–Tucson leadership calls on members of Congress to deliver more than 1,700 survey responses to United States Postal Service–
TUCSON, Arizona – Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has written a letter to the U.S. Postmaster General urging her to not close the Tucson (Cherrybell) Post Office Processing and Distribution Center.
Residential trash and recycling collection will not be affected by the 4th of July holiday. Residents should put their bins out on their regular collection day. Commercial trash and recycling collections
TUCSON – U.S. Representative Martha McSally today released the following statement after the Committee on Appropriations voted to restore postal service delivery standards to July 1, 2012, potentially delaying the proposed closure of the Cherrybell Processing & Distribution Center in Tucson. The vote to restore postal service delivery standards to July 2012 is significant as it would require delivery of First class mail within 2-3 days.
Residents, businesses respond by the hundreds;
Cherrybell facility operations extended
– More than 1,200 responses collected via public survey regarding consolidation plan–
Tucson Leaders to Residents: Speak Up about Postal Impacts
- Elected and Business Officials release public surveys to collect citizen reaction to Cherrybell post office consolidation –
DEADLINE EXTENDED FOR SURVEY
Contact: Ward 5 Council Office (Mark Kerr) – (520) 791-4231
TUCSON'S MAIN POST OFFICE GETS REPRIEVE - The consolidation of the Tucson Cherrybell postal processing center to Phoenix has been postponed from July 11 to next year.
More than 420 surveys have been conducted so far about the Cherrybell Post Office and Processing Center and the deadline is Saturday, May 30. If you have filled out a survey, thank you. If you have not, please do so. Also, please share this message.
Timeline of USPS Postal Processing Center Consolidation Proposal at