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On Sept. 3, the Oro Valley Town Council rezoned and approved the development of a store that will have a functional water feature. The council also approved the use of larger banner signs that will be along Ina Road to promote Tohono Chul Park.
Join the Oro Valley Music and Dance Academy string ensemble in an engaging experience for kids. Clap along, play percussion instruments and even help conduct it on Saturday, Sept. 6.
The Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual awards banquet on Aug. 8, honoring local businesses and residents for continued contributions to making the community better.
The Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance (SAACA) and Southern Arizona Veterans Affairs continue to make big strides in a program dedicated to the wellbeing of the nation’s disabled veterans.
Tickets are on sale for the Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Annual Meeting and Awards Breakfast, to be held Friday, Aug. 8, at the Hilton El Conquistador Golf and Tennis Resort, 10000 N. Oracle in Oro Valley.
Join the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance for an interactive experience geared towards youth the whole family can enjoy, featuring music, dance and theatre, first Saturdays
Join Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance for an interactive experience geared toward youth the whole family can enjoy, featuring music, dance and theater. Evans Family Musical Merriment will bring humor to the next Musical Magic for Kids, on Saturday, July 5 at 10 a.m. at the Town of Oro Valley’s Council Chambers, 11000 N. La Cañada Drive.
After a lengthy discussion about the Steam Pump Ranch property, the Oro Valley Town Council voted to hold a study session within the coming year that involves the council and an ad hoc committee.
With a minor proposed amendment, the final budget for the fiscal year 2014/2015 for the town of Oro Valley was approved, along with the 15-year capital improvement plan, in a 4-3 vote on May 21.
On May 6, during the Oro Valley Planning and Zoning Commission, the town requested a zoning code amendment to add text to include “Owner-Occupied Lodging House” for larger-lot houses.
In the wake of concern and opposition from residents living nearby, the Oro Valley Town Council approved the conceptual site plan for a 118-lot subdivision northeast of Ironwood Ridge High School on April 16.
During the Feb. 5 Oro Valley Town Council meeting, the council approved a measure to move forward with the process to amend the General Plan future land use map to allow the 16-acre Miller Ranch Housing Development to be changed from low-density residential to medium-density residential.
Oro Valley businesses will be granted a two-year extension on the use of temporary A-frame signs, non-profit signs, and outdoor displays after the majority of town council voted in favor of prolonging the practice until Feb. 1, 2016.
Residents from Oro Valley and surrounding areas showed up in force on Wednesday evening to voice support for a $2.3 million improvement project at Naranja Park.
Residents of Oro Valley will not see a reduction in their utility bills after the council unanimously directed Town Manager Greg Caton to look no further into exploring the tax decrease as preparation for the town’s five-year financial forecast approaches.
Wow! The Explorer’s bias was really showing when they put Bill Adler’s comment about the Democrats voting to enter Iraq right smack in the middle of the article about Syria and not on the Opinion page where it belongs.
Recent polls show the majority of the nation’s population feels a military strike against Syria is a bad idea.
Thousands of studies have supported music and the arts as an unparalleled healing therapy.
The Oro Valley Board of Adjustments voted on Tuesday afternoon in support of two variance requests, giving the applicants of each request the ability to operate outside the normal guidelines of the town’s zoning code.
Oro Valley plans to spend more than $30,000 this year marketing itself with the new “It’s in our nature” tagline in various local and national media, Economic Development Manager Amanda Jacobs told a Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce gathering Tuesday at the Oro Valley Holiday Inn Express and Suites.
Oro Valley Town Council was faced with a difficult decision last Wednesday when it considered allowing a modification to a conservation easement for an undeveloped residential lot located in the Sunridge II subdivision between Tangerine and Moore roads, east of La Cañada Drive.
In a unanimous vote on Wednesday, the Oro Valley Town Council made official the annexation of 107 acres in the northwest area of Ina and Oracle roads. The three-year process came to a close earlier this month after the town secured more than the required support of 50 percent of the area property owners, representing more than 50 percent of the assessed property valuation.