Mayor Regina Romero and City Manager Michael Ortega invite the public to a series of town halls that the City of Tucson will be hosting to provide a platform for community members to voice their priorities for the next fiscal year budget, which begins on July 1.
Each year, the City of Tucson is required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to update the Five-year Consolidated Plan and develop an annual implementation plan, known as the Annual Action Plan.
Tucson’s Mayor and Council approved spending $27.1 million ($19.1 million from the City of Tucson and $8 million from Pima County) for the Tucson and Pima County Eviction Prevention/Emergency Rent and Utility Relief Program, after a nearly four-month gap in federal funding.
Share why the Cherrybell Postal Service Center is important to you by completing a form. Tucson Mayor Regina Romero, Tucson City Council Member Richard Fimbres, and other community leaders are organizing again to protect Cherrybell.
The City of Tucson Department of Transportation and Mobility (DTM) is excited to announce a self-guided informational virtual tour of Move Tucson Phase 2.
Tucson Mayor Regina Romero is inviting the community to complete a survey to identify their priorities for both City government and communitywide climate and environmental sustainability actions.
Tucson’s Mayor and Council took swift action last year to distribute the $95.6 million in federal COVID-19 relief funding to shore up City services and help struggling Tucsonans. You can now track spending through the We Are One I Somos Uno program.
The City of Tucson and its partners, United Way and Tucson Clean & Beautiful, encourage you to help improve the visual appearance of our community as part of the new Team Up To Clean Up campaign.