- Your Voice
On Nov. 19, the Oro Valley Town Council amended two portions of the town’s zoning code. One portion dealt with businesses temporary signs during extended road construction periods and the other gave the town engineer discretion when it came to where a complex can have an access point off Tangerine Road. Both were approved unanimously with a 6-0 vote.
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Special Olympics El Tour de Tucson route skirts the edge of Tucson, so if you are out and about in your car on ride day, it’s very likely you will encounter some of the 9,000 cyclists, 2,600 volunteers and officials on the route – as well as many thousands of spectators. Please be on the lookout.
Take a guided Honey Bee Canyon Park Birding Walk. Details: Saturday, Nov. 22, 8-10 a.m.; Honey Bee Canyon Park, 13880 N. Rancho Vistoso Blvd.; free; 615-7855.
Oro Valley Police Dept.
Everyone should “know their numbers” to ensure optimal health. Beginning this Saturday, Northwest Healthcare will host a series of FREE Cholesterol Screenings, open to the public, by appointment only.
In an effort to continue keeping residents active and moving, Splendido will be hosting a special event on Oct. 22.
During the Oct. 1 Oro Valley Town Council meeting, mayor and council incorporated a new 39-acre property and rezoned it, amended the town code for elections, and approved the programming components for Naranja Park.
Late last month, Oro Valley resident Shirl Lamonna took this wonderful sunset photograph from a trail near Hohokam Park in Rancho Vistoso.
The final venture on Amphitheater Public Schools’ bond project list is a new Oro Valley elementary school.
An Oro Valley couple gathers traditions from many ancient media.
What better way to learn what it’s like to live at a CCRC than to hear about it direct from Splendido staff and residents? Here’s your chance to get the straight story on why people choose Splendido, the unique amenities and programs provided, and day-to-day life in an all-inclusive community. And bring a friend along—we’ll have plenty of refreshments.
Are you ready to get Beetle-Juiced? Catch the spooktacular classic with a twist, September 5 thru November 15, only at The Great American Playhouse!
If there’s one thing that Satish Hiremath and Patrick Straney agree on, it’s that the position as Oro Valley’s top government official is one worth having.
Why are you running for Town Council?
A panel of developers and builders agreed to an optimistic, if cautious outlook on the Tucson market last week at the annual Tucson Land and Housing Forecast presented by The Land Advisors Organization and Bright Future Real Estate Research.
This is not a garden variety letter to the editor. I am not complaining about the Oro Valley Town government, the traffic on Oracle Road, the driving habits of snowbirds, or the herd of Javelina that sometimes peek at me over the small wall in front of my house in Rancho Vistoso.
The Oro Valley Police Department has had a decent response to its monthly Coffee with a Cop program, where they invite the public to sit down with them over a cup of Joe to talk about issues, concerns, or simply get to know the men and women serving on the police force in their town.
A Candidate Forum for the upcoming Oro Valley Town Council Primary Election will be held in Sun City Oro Valley on Tuesday, July 22, at 1 p.m. in the auditorium at 1495 E Rancho Vistoso Blvd.
In his pursuit for the Oro Valley mayoral seat this election season, newcomer Patrick Straney says one of his primary focuses would be to unite a council that has become too divided in recent years.
Oro Valley’s next Save-A-Plant event will be held July 12 and 13, from 7 to 11 a.m. at the Maracay at Vistoso subdivision site, located at the northern terminus of La Cañada Drive in Rancho Vistoso. Save-A-Plant is an award-winning program with the goal of salvaging and preserving as many of our native plants as possible from work and construction sites.