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Public Meetings to Review Proposed Changes for Plan Amendments and Rezoning Processes

The City of Tucson's Planning and Development Services Department (PDSD) is seeking feedback regarding a proposal allowing amendments to the City’s area and neighborhood plans to run concurrently with rezoning processes. This amendment would change the existing policy of requiring Mayor and Council approval of a plan amendment prior to beginning a rezoning process.

Live Music at Lunchtime Continues in Jácome Plaza

The Downtown Tucson Partnership presents live, local performances each Tuesday and Thursday, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., in Jácome Plaza, in front of the Joel D. Valdez Main Library, 101 N. Stone Ave. Grab lunch from your favorite downtown spot or food truck, bring a friend or some coworkers, and enjoy the free lunchtime tunes.

The concert series runs through July 2.

Adaptive Reuse Program in Place for Older Buildings in Tucson

The City of Tucson's Adaptive Reuse Pilot Program encourages reinvestment throughout the City by repurposing existing buildings. Launched in 2017, the program draws on supporting research (“Older, Smaller, Better in Tucson”) and successful programs in other cities, particularly Phoenix’s Adaptive Reuse Program, to provide a suite of incentives and code relief tools for the reuse of existing buildings in Tucson.

Summer Track and Field Events Continue This Week

The City of Tucson Parks and Recreation department is hosting its annual summer track and field and road races throughout June and July. Track and field events will be held Tuesdays, through July 23, at Drachman Stadium, 501 S. Plumer Ave.

Road races are every Thursday, through July 25, at various locations. This week's races will be held at Lakeside Park, 8201 E. Stella Road (Ramada 1), with races starting at 6 p.m.

Job Openings: Public Safety Communications Specialist Trainees

The City of Tucson is hiring public safety communications specialist I and II trainees to work in the Public Safety Communications Center. The civilian positions are responsible for receiving both emergency and non-emergency calls for help from the public and passing critical information to Police and Fire dispatchers. Training is provided in-house and may take up to one year to complete.

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