The Pima County Community Services Employment and Training Development (CSET) department has relocated its Youth Employment Center in order to allow for better access and proximity to other county services.
In an effort to raise awareness of purified drinking water’s potential, 26 regional brew masters will gather Sept. 9 in Tucson for the AZ Pure Water Brew Challenge, with results released the following day.
Pima County will continue its partnership with Banner-University Medical Center South through June 2019, renewing its contract for $15 million annually and funding University of Arizona College of Medicine’s Graduate Medical Education Program.
Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry recommended a revised, two-tier plan to address road repair issues after a recent budget meeting, including suggestions for updating related civic committee responsibilities, in anticipation of a June 20 decision.
Three jurisdictions’ collective proposal for extending a regional animal care program recently won unanimous approval from Pima County’s board of supervisors, ensuring continuation through June 2018 for licensing, welfare enforcement, adoption and other key services.
Pima County’s board of supervisors recently elected to uphold the 1906 Antiquities Act in response to a review ordered by the President Donald Trump's administration, preserving the region’s Ironwood Forest National Monument.
The quartet of counties along the Mexican border — Cochise, Pima, Santa Cruz and Yuma — has formed the Arizona Border Counties Coalition (ABCC) to provide a unified voice for the region regarding economic matters.
Pima County Wireless Integrated Network (PCWIN) recently expanded its coverage to include the town of Marana Police Department, allowing for improved communications between municipalities and enhancing public safety among all 55 participating agencies.