Marana plans to make its public swimming pool free, starting this summer.
A developer is asking to rezone 45 acres of vacant land next to Ironwood Ridge High School for a new housing development.
Construction to repair the leaking Sahuarita Lake is nearing completion, and the lake is expected to re-open for boating and be restocked for fishing by late March or early April.
The Sahuarita Town Council voted unanimously Monday night to overhaul the fees that it charges the public for copies of police records.
The Marana Town Council is moving forward with a $5 million plan to develop the 163-acre Marana River Heritage Park with a rodeo arena, splash park and more.
Marana is moving forward on a land swap that would give the town its first community park east of the interstate.
The Marana Utilities Department plans to increase water rates by 26 percent over four years and hike wastewater rates by 9 percent this year.
Phoenix-based developer Vintage Partners plans to demolish the Coxco gas station at the northwest corner of Oracle and Ina roads and build a 3,600-square-foot retail building for a mattress store.
After studying possible repairs and consulting with experts, Sahuarita town officials have decided to refill the leaky Sahuarita Lake until they have a solution.
Repairs to Sahuarita Lake’s leaky walls could cost the town at least $227,000, according to a consultant’s estimate.
You can learn about Sahuarita’s long-term plans at two open-house meetings next week.
Oro Valley Town Council member Mike Zinkin is the target of a recall effort.
In a unanimous vote Tuesday the Marana Town Council approved a ban on farming medical-grade marijuana.
In a unanimous vote Tuesday night the Marana Town Council approved a ban on growing medical marijuana, except for pot grown and sold at the town's two approved dispensaries.
The town of Marana embraces its agricultural heritage, but town leaders aren’t sure they want to extend that welcome to farms that grow medical-grade marijuana.
Joggers, fishermen and others can continue to enjoy Sahuarita Lake even after its water levels are lowered to accommodate workers looking for leaks and repairing any that are found, town officials say. But fish won't be restocked until fall.
Sahuarita Lake could be leaky.
The Sahuarita Town Council unanimously approved a $95.7 million tentative budget this week.
The Sahuarita Town Council unanimously approved a $95.7 million tentative budget Monday.