A treatment program keeps veterans with misdemeanor crimes out of the court system; take a behind-the-scenes tour with the Tucson Police Department; and hear the story behind the Mormon Battalion Monument. Those stories are featured in the latest edition of In Tucson, produced by Tucson 12.
The City of Tucson is recruiting a project manager to oversee several bicycling and walking projects being implemented by the Tucson Department of Transportation. This includes greenways and shared-use paths, pedestrian safety and walkability, bicycle safety and mobility, as well as green infrastructure for all three.
Tucson Water has received complaints from customers that someone came to their homes claiming to work for the utility. A story on KOLD News 13 features Public Information Officer Fernando Molina, who says if Tucson Water needs to test the water at a customer’s home, the utility will call or send a letter to schedule an appointment first.
The Pima County Health Department is hosting multiple community stakeholder meetings to discuss proposed County ordinance changes, giving retailers and community members the opportunity to provide feedback and ask questions. The ordinance changes would raise the minimum legal age to purchase tobacco products to 21 years old, create a tobacco retail permit system, and amend the current smoking ordinance to include vaping products.
Tucson Water, Arizona Project WET, the American Society of Civil Engineers, and other local organizations will host activity tables at Park Place, 5870 E. Broadway Blvd., this Saturday, Feb. 16, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Kids and adults can participate in hands-on activities and projects that increase awareness and appreciation of the many facets of engineering. Tables and displays will be located near the food court.
The City of Tucson is recruiting a transportation program coordinator to oversee the Complete Streets program in the Tucson Department of Transportation. This position will work with representatives from various departments within the City of Tucson, other jurisdictions, agencies, and community members.
The annual gem show that started it all opens tomorrow, Feb. 14, at the Tucson Convention Center (TCC). Presented by the Tucson Gem and Mineral Society, the 65th Tucson Gem and Mineral Show® - Wulfenite is Loved, is expected to attract thousands of treasure hunters from around the world.
Sunset magazine just published what it calls "The Only Food and Drink Guide You Need for a Weekend in Tucson." From baked goods to single-malt whiskey, Sunset lists 10 of its favorite spots in Tucson.
Some of the places mentioned include Agustin Kitchen, Pueblo Vida Brewing Company, 5 Points Market & Restaurant, Barrio Bread, Cup Cafe at Hotel Congress, and several other coffee shops, bars, and restaurants.
Tucson City Manager Michael Ortega recently presented the United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona with a check for more than $150,000. The donations were received from City of Tucson employees through the Employee Combined Appeal Program (ECAP).
Watch the Tucson 12 video linked below for more information and to see the check presentation.
The position is responsible for conducting real-time crime investigative research, and analyzing and reporting on gathered information to support detectives and officers. An analyst also conducts investigative research of alleged criminal activities, performs background searches on suspected criminals, and monitors social networking sites.
Duties include reviewing proposed land use changes for compliance with codes, area plans, and policies. A planner provides assistance to the public regarding zoning issues and transportation programs, and drafts code amendments and correspondence related to coordinating projects.
The planned milling and repaving project for the northbound left turn lane on Sixth Avenue from Pennington Street to Toole Avenue has been rescheduled to Wednesday, February 20, 2019. Southern Arizona Paving and Construction, under contract with City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT), originally planned to perform the work on Thursday, February 14, 2019, but rescheduled the project due to the forecast of rain.
The Tucson Delivers program continues purchasing equipment, vehicles, and updating facilities for the Tucson Fire Department and the Tucson Police Department. An update event at 11 a.m. tomorrow, Feb. 13, at Fire Station #9 (6275 E. Eastland St.) will focus on new paramedic ambulance units that will be in service soon, and you'll have the chance to see Fire Station #9 before it undergoes a complete rebuild.