The time has come: Complete Streets policy headed for Tucson Mayor & Council approval

After years of workshops, collaboration, story-sharing, and community engagement, Complete Streets for Tucson is in sight. We anticipate a policy will be adopted within the next three weeks and with that major light on the horizon, we need YOU to make sure that it passes!

Here are 3 simple ways you can help:

 1: Read up, follow up

Check out the draft Complete Streets policy on the City of Tucson’s website. If you like what you see, please contact your Tucson elected officials and let them know that you support the Complete Streets policy.

 2: Show up

City of Tucson Mayor & Council will be reviewing and discussing the policy during their study session on January 23rd. If you’d like us to keep you posted on the exact time, please contact us or RSVP via Facebook and we’ll send you updates between now and then. (Note: study session agendas tend to change right up until the meeting, so we’ll keep an eye on things and let you know exactly when to be there for the greatest impact.) Otherwise, join us at 2:00pm and hang out. We’ll have something special for the first 50 people who show up.

Wednesday, January 23rd @2pm
Mayor & Council Chambers
City Hall, 1st Floor
255 W. Alameda Street

 3: Speak up

If all goes well, Mayor & Council will adopt the policy during their regular meeting on Tuesday, February 5th at 5:30pm. We encourage you to attend the meeting and either fill out a comment card at the beginning, or fill out a speaker card and share your thoughts with City Council during the call to audience.

This is a BIG deal for everyone in Tucson and will pave the way for bigger, bolder and more people-oriented changes in the months and years to come. Join us and show up for safe streets for everyone!

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