The Tucson Parks and Recreation department is looking to hire an energetic person to join the recreation team as a recreation assistant. The successful applicant will be responsible for assisting with the development, implementation, and evaluation of recreation programs for youth and adults. The deadline to apply is April 7.
The Mayor and Tucson City Council yesterday, March 19, gave final approval to launch a six-month pilot program to bring electronic scooters to Tucson starting July 1.
The council two weeks ago gave preliminary approval to the program, but wanted to resolve some safety issues and other concerns before taking a final vote. The scooter program most likely would put dockless rental scooters around downtown and 4th Avenue, but it would be up to the operators where to place them.
The Arizona Superior Court in Pima County, in partnership with the Pima County Bar Association, will host the free Spring 2019 Court Night event on Tuesday, March 26, at the Flowing Wells Community Center, 1660 W. Ruthrauff Road.
Each year, the Tucson-Pima County Historical Commission (TPCHC) recognizes individuals, firms, groups, and/or organizations that have demonstrated their interest in or contribution to the preservation, conservation, or interpretation of local history, architecture, or historic preservation in Tucson or Pima County.
The City of Tucson is holding public meetings this week as part of a survey to better understand how and when our community uses Sentinel Peak Park (also known as “A” Mountain). The popular lookout point is enjoyed by pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists from throughout the region.
The second annual Sustainable Landscapes Expo takes place Saturday, March 23, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Pima County Cooperative Extension, 4210 N. Campbell Ave. This free, family-friendly event features more than 30 exhibitors with demonstrations and hands-on activities on efficient water use for gardening sustainability.
The 14th annual Grease Collection event in January had a successful outcome. With the help of its partners, the Pima County Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department (RWRD) reports it recovered 8,700 pounds of fats, oil, and grease (FOG). The amount collected reduces our carbon footprint by 22,000 pounds when the FOG products are recycled into biodiesel, a cleaner-burning fuel than regular diesel.
A free panel discussion called “The Eviction Problem in Pima County: What Can We Do?” will take place Thursday, March 21, at 6 p.m. at the Joel D. Valdez Main Library, 101 N. Stone Ave. Topics include emergency resources, an eviction’s impact on children, and more.