Arizona Project WET's Arizona Water Festival (AWF) is now virtual because of the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing. AWF is an opportunity for elementary school students and their families to learn about water resources and water-saving technology through short videos and online activities.
Tucson Parks and Recreation facilities, recreation centers, pools, and splash pads will remain closed at this time while the Mayor and Council work with the City Manager and departmental leadership to complete a phased City-wide reopening plan.
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base and the Arizona Air National Guard's 162nd Wing will honor first responders and civic leaders in Pima County fighting COVID-19 with a flyover today, May 14. The flyover will launch at about 2 p.m. and will last about 40 minutes.
A set of temporary health-code regulations for restaurants and other facilities was approved yesterday, May 13, by the Pima County Board of Supervisors.
The regulations provide for healthy physical distancing measures while providing dine-in restaurants the flexibility to serve as many customers as possible. Restaurants and bars must limit their indoor occupancy to 50% or lower, keep a minimum of 6 feet between tables, and offer dine-in services only if a party calls ahead first.
Owners and tenants of buildings which have been closed for several weeks will have stagnant water held within the private plumbing lines. This stagnant water can undergo changes in quality. To ensure continued health and safety of employees and customers, Tucson Water recommends systematically flushing twice the volume of water held in the lines through the plumbing system.
A new report from Moody’s Analytics examines the potential to recover from coronavirus among the top 100 metro areas in the U.S. Tucson joins Denver, Washington D.C., and San Jose, Calif., on the list of top ten cities poised to make a quick recovery from the current crisis.
The Tucson Department of Transportation and Mobility invites you to attend a virtual town hall for Move Tucson, a long-range transportation master plan, tomorrow, May 14. You will have two opportunities, at noon and at 6 p.m., to hear from the team, ask questions, and learn more about the year-long planning process.
Too Good to Throw Away! will be presented live and direct to your home Friday, May 15, 10-11 a.m. Tune in with your K-5th graders for a fun and interactive presentation focusing on the the 3Rs: reduce, reuse, and recycle! Students will learn practical knowledge and skills to help make intelligent decisions now and in the future.