1. Proposed rezoning and annexation located at 9062 East Eagle Feather Road and 9125 East Catalina Highway, called Casita Village. The property is approximately 12.44 acres and is currently zoned SR (Suburban Ranch) and CR-1 (Single Residence). The owners are also in the process of annexing the properties into the City of Tucson and are requesting to rezone to R-2 for the development of approximately 133 units consisting of one, two and three bedrooms. Access will be from Catalina Highway. Read more...

 2. Proposed Rezoning and Development at Tanque Verde Road and Houghton Road. Projects International, Inc. intends to file with the City of Tucson to rezone approximately 11.6 acres of land at the the northeast corner of Tanque Verde and Houghton Roads. The request will be for R-2 zoning under the City's Flexible Lot Development provisions. The new development would be a subdivision of 86 two-story single family attached homes, with a net density of approximately 7.5 units per acre. Read more...

3. Tucson Water is preparing a new comprehensive long range plan for the first time since 2004, based on a nationally recognized integrated approach to water resource management known as “One Water.” For a list of meetings, go to https://www.onewatertucson.com/engage, and also submit comments and fill out a surve about how you use water and what you think our community’s future challenges are.

4. Tucson Parks and Recreation is seeking the communities input on their plans for a splash pad to be located outside the pool at Morris K. Udall Park, 7200 E Tanque Verde Rd. They are looking for comments on the entire plan, spray equipment options, colors, and any other surface features. To leave your feedback please fill out this short online survey by Wednesday, Feb. 26. You can check out the plans and leave input at bit.ly/UdallSplashPad

5. Tucson Electric Power substation at Harrison and Speedway. Because this is a special exemption process and the zoning is already there, this will not be going to Mayor and Council. There will still be a zoning examiner hearing if you want to express concerns. No date has been set yet, but you can find more information on the project at https://www.tep.com/harrison-substation/.

6. Pond restoration work continues at Agua Caliente Park. On Feb. 3, Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation and its contractor began filling Pond 1 at Agua Caliente Park as part of a months-long restoration project. The park has been closed since mid-October 2019. Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation plans to reopen sections of the park to the public by Feb. 28. Read more...