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City / Council Information

City of Tucson website.

Subscribe to city/ward newsletters

Mayor Jonathan Rothschild - www.tucsonaz.gov/mayor.html

Ward One – Council Member Regina Romero - Ward One

Ward Two - Council Member Paul Cunningham - Ward Two

Ward Three – Council Member Karin Uhlich - Ward Three

Ward Four – Vice Mayor Shirley Scott - Ward Four

Ward Five – Council Member Richard Fimbres - Ward Five

Ward Six (Catalina Vista) – Council Member Steve Kozachik – Ward Six

For other information regarding Mayor & Council, call the City Clerk's Office at 
(520) 791-4213.

Community Mediation Program
A safe, low-cost and effective way for neighbors, families, and business associates to resolve their disagreements without going to court. Visit our website for information.
Emergencies - Police- Fire

911 
or
791-4444

88 Crime Hotline
882-7463

Graffiti Removal /Abatement program

792-2489

Click here for more info

Read their PDF filePDF File.

Himmel Park Library

1035 N Treat Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85716
520.594.5305

Himmel Park Library
All Tucson Libraries

Watch for Bark Beetle
BARK BEETLES ATTACK TREES, usually when they have suffered stress due to prolonged drought, and they can kill large areas of forest.  The link below offers advice for spotting an infestation and instructions on how to keep the beetles from spreading to other trees.  You can help protect your trees by providing them with periodic deep waterings.    You can also contact Bob Celaya at bobcelaya@azsf.gov or 602-771-1415 if you see this on your pine trees.

For more information on this, and other pests that can destroy your valuable trees, go to
 http://uanews.org/story/pests-in-your-plants-call-the-arizona-plant-diagnostic-network?utm_source=uanow&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=biweekly-uanow

Bark Beetle Alert 2014 - Document

Mosquito Abatement

(report standing water)

243-7999

Parks and Recreation - Tahoe Park

Tahoe Park is located in Catalina Vista Neighborhood on Edison Street, one block east of Campbell Avenue and one block south of Grant Road.  It is a small, well maintained park with swings and other play attractions for toddlers and small children.  Dogs are permitted if they are kept on a leash, and it is against the law not to pick up your dog’s poop!  On Saturday mornings you will often see a Tai Chi class practicing in the park, or some picnic goers enjoying a relaxing moment.   Reservations for formal park use with larger groups are possible by calling the City of Tucson Parks and Recreation Department.  The neighborhood has an active group of neighbors who keep watch on the park to ensure no trash is left around and, in general, keep it ship-shape!

Tucson Parks website     Find a park by Map/location

 

Outdoor Park Amphitheaters (reservations)

call 520 791-4873 .  The DeMeester Outdoor Performance Center at Reid Park and the Udall, Kennedy, and Himmel Park amphitheaters may be reserved for public activities.

Tohono Chul Park

Award-winning Tohono Chul Park is where nature, art and culture connect. Named one of the World's Great Botanical Gardens by Travel + Leisure and listed by National Geographic Traveler as one of the top 22 Secret Gardens in the U.S. and Canada, there is something for everyone. This oasis in the desert offers a respite from the hectic pace of daily life, provides an informative look at the region's fascinating cultural traditions and its even more interesting flora and fauna, and is the perfect setting for an evening concert, special event or family wedding. Come and discover its nature!

Animals Adoptions, Lost, Petfinder.com, Rights, Animal Defense, Dead/Stray, Spay Neuter

Petfinder

Petfinder is an online, searchable database of animals who need homes. It is also a directory of more than 13,000 animal shelters and adoption organizations across the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Organizations maintain their own home pages and available-pet databases.

http://petfinder.com

Animal Defense League of Arizona

The Animal Defense League of Arizona is a statewide animal protection organization that has worked for two decades on behalf of companion animals, wildlife, animals in laboratories, animals in entertainment, and farm animals.

http://adlaz.org

Adoptions, Spay/Neuter, Lost and Found, Thrift Store

http://hssaz.org

Animal Bill of Rights

Abuse

The Humane Society of Southern Arizona doesn't enforce laws, but it does have an Animal Cruelty Investigator on staff who can help. His name is Mike Duffey, and he is a former Pima County Sheriff's Deputy who headed the Sheriff's Department's Animal Crimes Investigations for eight years. He's currently chair of the Animal Cruelty Taskforce of Southern Arizona, and he works closely with law enforcement and the Pima County Attorney's Office. His number is 520.321.3704, ext. 121. You can also call the Animal Cruelty Taskforce of Southern Arizona's Anonymous Reporting Line at 520-547-0260.

Tucson Wildlife

Wild Animal Rescue • Rehabilitation • Release, in Tucson Arizona.

Call (520) 290-WILD (9453)

Wildlife Questions - Non-emergency, please email us with your non-emergency questions.

http://tucsonwildlife.com

To report dead or stray animals.

www.PimaAnimalCare.org

Visit the Intake website to view all Found Pets.

Adoptions

Spay Neuter informationPDF File

Call: 243-5900

Casa de los Gatos

Nine good lives for every cat!

Casa de los Gatos is Arizona's largest no-kill cat shelter. We operate a cage-free sanctuary for special needs cats, and a cage-free shelter and foster homes for adoptable cats & kittens. We promote and practice TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) for feral cats, and are helping lead the way to a No-Kill Pima County!

http://www.casadelosgatos.org/

Red Cross of Southern Arizona
www.RedCrossArizona.org
Catalina Vista Seniors and Elders

Seniors and elders living in Catalina Vista who need medical transportation, light yard work, or friendly phone calls and visits are encouraged to contact the Interfaith Community Service program (ICS) at 297-6049 extension 223, between 9 am and 4 pm Monday-Friday, except holidays. ICS also has a food bank which is available on Monday-Saturday 9 am – 1 pm at Interfaith Community Services at  2818 W. Ina Road, Tucson 85741. Website: www.icstucson.org 

Sex offender registry
Sex Offender Registry
Street Maintenance (report potholes etc.)

Normal priority items can be phoned in to (520) 791-3154,
or faxed to (520) 791-3189,

or emailed to: TDOTStreetsTrafficMaint@tucsonaz.gov

Website: http://dot.tucsonaz.gov/streets/

Tucson's 17 Districts/Associations
Get to know Tucson through its 17 Historic Districts
Utilities - SW Gas - Tucson Water - Tucson Electric Power

South West Gas
746-1076 
To report odors or leaks.
Payment Options
Start / Stop service
Special Programs

Tucson Water
http://www.ci.tucson.az.us/water/
Customer Service, Start / Stop service, Billing
520-791-3242 
To report emergencies only. 
791-4133.

Tucson Electric Power
www.Tep.com
Customer Service, Start / Stop service, Billing
623-3451 or 
Service Requests 
Before you dig/Line location 
Free service, call 48 hrs. before digging. 
800-782-5348

Ward 6 Council Office (Catalina Vista)

Council member Steve Kozachik
3202 E. 1st. St.
Tucson AZ 85716
(520)791-4601

Email to ward6@tucsonaz.gov

Visit the website

Zoning Violations

website: www.TucsonAZ.gov/dsd/

Ph: (520)791-5550
Fax: (520)791-4340

Building Permits, Certificate of Occupancy, Inspection Requests, Plan Review, Building Ordinances and Codes, Sign Permits, Current Zoning Information, Historic District Review, Board of Adjustment, Zoning Administration

Neighborhood Resources

Ph: (520) 791-5843 
Fax: (520) 791-2566

Property, Housing, Zoning, Signs, Debris and other Code Violation Complaint

http://www.tucson

 

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