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October 29, 2020, 12:16 PM

The City needs your input!

Every five years, the City of Tucson Housing and Community Development Department creates a plan to identify and address the needs of the most vulnerable members of our community as well as neighborhoods that have historically lacked investment. The City is due for an updated plan. The People, Communities, and Homes Investment Plan (P-CHIP), focuses on the barriers to opportunity facing low-income Tucsonans then allocates funding (both federal and local) to help create pathways, strengthen resources, and build an infrastructure of opportunity for those in Tucson who need it the most.

Provide your input now through the links below:

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June 23, 2020, 2:24 PM

This City is collecting community input on how City Programmed budget dollars are spent.

You can learn more about the City's budget and participate in the Budgeting Tool by clicking the Read More button below.

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June 10, 2020, 2:00 PM

On June 23rd, the Mayor and Council will be discussing Ordinace 11746 related to the obstruction of an officer in performance of their official duties and are collecting public input.

The Ordinance prohibits a person from entering a crime scene or investigation scene without permission of an officer; and prohibits a person from knowingly obstructing or hindering a police officer or Community Service Officer who is exercising his or her official duties.

Please submit your input and please share this survey with others who may be interested.  

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August 21, 2019, 11:47 AM

Welcome to Tucson's Community Forum!

Since we launched Tucson's Community Forum less than 2 weeks ago, we've had over 1000 people provide feedback on our topics.  That's amazing.  Thank you for being one of those people!  We're really excited to engage the community in a way that works for you.  Your opinion matters and the responses from these surveys and other feedback opportunities will be used in the decision making process. There are four (4) active surveys.  We know you've responded to at least one (thank you for registering) and we'd love to hear your feedback on the others.

Opportunities currently open:

  1. Customer Service Survey - Help us understand the community's needs around connecting with the City and accessing City services or resources
  2. Stormwater Management Services Story & Survey - Provide input on the proposed City of Tucson program to provide additional stormwater management services.
  3. Conservation Budget Challenge - Take our Conservation Budget Challenge!  How would you spend $100 on water conservation programs?
  4. Anza Park Improvements Survey - Help us decide how to improve Anza Park (Stone & First)

You can reach all of these surveys on Tucson's Community Forum by clicking the "Read More" button below (tucsonaz.gov/communityforum).  Please share this link and any of these surveys amongst your own social groups.  No one is required to register to provide feedback on these surveys and those that do will only be contacted in relation to Tucson's Community Forum.  We are working to get the word out to as many people as possible and would love your help.

Thank you for helping us make decisions based on community input!

City of Tucson - Office of Innovation and Strategy (innovation@tucsonaz.gov)

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