You can ride the Sun Link streetcar for free this weekend, Nov. 10 and 11. DUSK Music Festival, Holualoa Companies, and Herbert Residential are sponsoring free rides to make it easier for everyone to get to the festival and Downtown Tucson.
The Tucson Roadrunners return to the ice tomorrow and Saturday to square off against the San Jose Barracuda. The puck drops at 7:05 p.m. for both hockey games.
Tomorrow, Nov. 9, will be Cancer Awareness Night, presented by ASHLine. Saturday's game will be Salute Our Military Night, presented by T-Mobile. For a complete schedule and list of promotions, visit the team's website.
The City of Tucson's Planning and Development Services Department (PDSD) now offers inspection services via Skype or FaceTime. PDSD can perform many inspections remotely. Save time by scheduling an inspection through your smartphone.
This service can save you time on most activities or if your regular inspection did not pass and there are simple corrections needed. Speak with your inspector for details about how to get a second inspection after corrections have been made.
Tucson Parks and Recreation is offering a one day workshop called Poinsettia Ornament made with Polymer Clay, on Saturday, Dec. 8, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Learn to make poinsettia cane (leaves and petals), then learn to manipulate and form poinsettia decorations for a glass ornament.
Follow the registration link to learn about supplies you'll need to bring. The class is $35 for city residents and $45 for non-city residents. Sign up online before spots fill up.
The City of Tucson is seeking an aircraft mechanic for the inspection, service, and repair of three Bell 206-type aircraft and associated aircraft accessories and equipment. This position is in the Tucson Police Department and is responsible for ensuring the safety of all aircraft by scheduling and conducting regular maintenance as required by FAA guidelines.
Paving operations began this morning on sections of Grant Road and side streets from Sparkman Boulevard to Venice Avenue (roughly Country Club Road to Columbus Boulevard), where previous underground utility work took place for the design of Grant Road Phases 3 and 4.
If you have knowledge or expertise in an area that could be an asset to local government, consider serving on a City board, committee, or commission (BCC) created by the Mayor and Tucson City Council to help the body with decision making.
Appointments are available on the Bicycle Advisory Committee, Commission on Public Service and Compensation, Commission on Disability, Transportation Advisory Committee, Women’s Commission, Water Advisory Committee, and others.
Tucson Water’s Zanjeros are specially trained water efficiency experts who perform a comprehensive inventory of home water use to help customers lower their water bills. Zanjero auditors will inventory indoor and outdoor water usage, provide information on saving water, and install free faucet aerators, showerheads, and toilet flappers as necessary.
The Pima County Geographic Information Systems (GIS) group hosts its 21st annual GIS Fair on Friday, Nov. 9, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the Public Works Building, 201 N. Stone Ave. The free fair features more than 20 exhibitors that include the City of Tucson, the University of Arizona, Pima Association of Governments, and the Northwest Fire District.
Today, Nov. 6, is Election Day, and the polls are open until 7 p.m. If you missed the deadline to mail in your early ballot, you can drop it off at any polling place today. In addition to candidates for state and federal offices, there are many propositions on the ballot.