We are still working on our new website and encourage you to explore and provide feedback.For the most up to date and critical information and services you can visit the main site at https://www.tucsonaz.gov/
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Help the City identify street, lighting, drainage, signage, and other transportation related issues such as: maintenance, traffic control, reconstruction.
The Homeless Encampment Protocol is initiated when a homeless camp, located on City property or private property, poses a threat to public safety, causes a major criminal or health concern, or when there is camping in any City park after hours. The new encampment online reporting tool will allow our community to help the City identify encampment locations and assess the level of response needed, i
"Graffiti cannot always be prevented, but property owners and residents can reduce the incidence of graffiti on building exteriors and walls by having good lighting and vegetation along walls.Work with your neighbors, your neighborhood association, or home owners’ association to be the eyes and ears for your community."
The City of Tucson’s Code Enforcement Division is responsible for enforcing property maintenance codes throughout the City of Tucson. These codes ensure owners maintain their property which helps to protect citizens’ health, safety and welfare.
Replacing older toilet models with premium high-efficiency models is a cost-effective way to conserve water and save money. Rebate is $100 per toilet replaced (maximum $200 for two toilets; the rebate is issued as a credit on your utility bill)
Apply for a Home Repair Program
Find beds or shelters at the Tucson Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness site.
The City of Tucson provides many Housing Assistance programs for our citizens.
Our parks are great places to exercise, play, learn, picnic, and relax. Tucson Parks and Recreation operates and maintains parks throughout Tucson including Active and Passive Recreation Parks, Natural and Cultural Resource Parks, River Parks and Greenways, Plazas, and Gardens. In addition, the department also maintains many undeveloped park properties, which may be developed in the future, and O
◾ Some ramadas are equipped with electricity, picnic tables, grills, nearby playground equipment, restrooms, and other amenities.◾ Power is not guaranteed.◾ Picnic tables are available, but we cannot guarantee their placement at specific ramadas.◾ Open-pit fires are prohibited (gas/propane grills are also prohibited).
Looking for a place to park near the University of Arizona, Downtown, or 4th Avenue areas? A Commuter/Student Parking Permit from Park Tucson can reserve a space for you close to where you work or go to school.
The GoTucson Parking mobile app is the easiest way to pay for metered parking in Tucson!
You have forty-five (45) calendar days from the day you are cited in which to a) plead responsible and pay your citation, or b) request a hearing from a judge at Tucson City Court.
OEOP suggests you call our office first before completing a complaint form. There is a possibility you may need to be directed to a more appropriate agency or department better suited to addressing your complaint or concerns. OEOP confidential line (520) 791-4593
Becoming a Customer: The Eligibility Process and How to Apply
Convertirse en un cliente: El proceso de elegibilidad y cómo presentar la solicitud