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Find out more about Historic tax rates and making changes or renovations to historic properties.
The Historic Review process is critical in helping to preserve the historic fabric of the West University Neighborhood. Any changes to the exterior of homes within West University must follow the guidelines set forth nationally and locally. Information can be found on the following websites.
West University Historic Neighborhood -- this website in the Questions and Answers section.
Bylaws change: There is a new meeting schedule under Article III; Meetings 1. The Board of Directors shall hold meetings in February, April, June, September, November and December unless otherwise ordered by the Board of Directors or the President.
Tucson's January 8th Memorial Foundation in Tucson, Arizona
We Invite YOUR IDEAS about the January 8th Memorial + master plan concept for a revitalized El Presidio Park
Thurs., Oct. 8th, 6-8pm.
Sat., Nov. 7th, 10am-noon.
Registration begins a half hour prior.
Where: Tucson Fire Department, 300 S. Fire Central Place, which is at Cushing Street and Granada Avenue. It’s easy to find and there is plenty of parking.
For more info, click here.
Please join the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation and the Tucson Pima County Historical Commission for the 2015 Historic Preservation Awards Ceremony on
Saturday, May 2, 2015 - 9:30 AM-12:00 PM
The awards highlight the past year’s most impressive and successful preservation projects and the individuals who lead them.
This year's Historic Preservation Award goes to: CoreBanc members: Richard Meir (West University), Les Pierce (Arroyo-Chico) and John Burr (Armory Park). Chris Gans of West University is also honored with this Award.
The ceremony/reception will be held at the Historic 1937 San Pedro Chapel (In Old Fort Lowell), 5230 East Fort Lowell Rd
The Tucson-Pima County Historical Commission (T-PCHC) is empowered to further awareness and preservation of historic sites, structures, districts, and character of the City of Tucson, Pima County, and the City of South Tucson. To promote these goals, the commission recognizes individuals, firms, groups, and organizations that have contributed to the achievement of the purposes and objectives of the commission. For more information go to Preserve Tucson.
HOW TO REPORT TRANSPORTATION CONCERNS - Is there a pothole you'd like to see fixed? Is a street sign missing? Is a tree limb hanging too close over a roadway or sidewalk? You can report these issues to the Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT), (520) 791-3154, or email the exact location to email@example.com.