The City of Tucson is recruiting a traffic engineering technician in its Transportation department. The position provides technical support through review and implementation of projects and plans; investigates, analyzes, and resolves complaints from the general public, ward offices, other agencies, and other city departments; and conducts field studies of traffic conditions, including traffic counts, traffic observations, measuring distances, and measuring traffic speeds.
Harsch Investment Properties held a groundbreaking yesterday, Nov. 29, on a 157,500-square-foot speculative building at the Tucson Airport Distribution Center Building B, 6860 S. Brosius Ave. Construction is expected to be completed by Nitti Builders later next year.
Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) is hosting Party with the Pets this weekend, featuring entertainment for all ages, music, food trucks, tours of PACC’s new facility, a dedication ceremony for the taxpayer-funded building, pet adoptions, and an opportunity to learn more about shelter programs and services.
The University of Arizona Wildcats Hockey team returns to the Tucson Arena tonight, Nov. 30, and tomorrow to face rival Arizona State University. Tonight's game features an ugly Christmas sweater contest, and tomorrow's game is a "Red Out" to benefit the American Heart Association. The puck drops at 7:30 p.m. both nights.
Safely dispose of paints, chemicals, oils, pesticides, and certain other items that are sitting unused in your shed or garage. The City of Tucson Eastside Service Center, 7575 E. Speedway Blvd., is open this Saturday, Dec. 1, from 8 a.m. to noon for household hazardous waste collection. Drop-off is free for city residents.
It soon will cost an extra $32 to register your vehicle in Arizona. Starting this Saturday, Dec. 1, vehicle registration renewals will include a new Public Safety Fee. The fee was established by state law to support public safety and Highway Patrol operations.
The fee goes into effect for registrations due in January and will be immediate for newly registered vehicles. The fee will be collected during the vehicle registration process administered by the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division.
NoticeMe is a tool that allows users to sign up for email notifications for land-use changes, such as rezonings and variances within the City of Tucson. Four different types of notifications are available and can be selected using ward, neighborhood, or custom boundaries. NoticeMe was developed to provide transparency and support citizen participation in issues pertaining to land use.