Marana Police Department has been awarded the full Police Accreditation through the Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police (AACOP) and the Arizona Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (ALEAP).
The Community Water Champion Award recognizes utilities and/or local government entities that ensure a safe, reliable, locally controlled water supply through the development of water recycling treatment facilities, infrastructure and/or other water reuse projects that demonstrate the value of water reuse to the community served by them.
The World Trade Center's Twin Towers each consisted of 110 floors and 2071 steps, and each year thousands of people across Arizona walk, climb and run the stairs to remember.
Keeping roadways smooth and free of potholes is a never-ending job. While the Town of Marana is wrapping up a pavement preservation program that has been in effect for the last six years, they’re already working on a new one with updated information for the next five.
Town of Marana code enforcement officers provide citizens with the highest quality service to protect public health, safety and welfare.
“The graphics are some of the most intentional and well executed I've seen (government or private sector) in a while. The images of the real participants mirrors the event graphics in a way that illustrates that the intended message was clearly conveyed,” judges remarked.
“We’re extremely honored to present the Lifesaving Award for Professional Responders to six staff members of Marana Arizona Parks and Recreation,” said American Red Cross Executive Director Courtney Slanaker. “Their actions exemplify our mission to help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.”
Pima County Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department (RWRD) and their contractor, Achen Gardner, are installing a 15-inch sewer interceptor line along Hartman Lane, between Linda Vista Boulevard and Cortaro Farms Road.
A combination of our rich cultural heritage, strong intergovernmental relationships, and an unexpected turn of events has resulted in a unique opportunity for southern Arizona residents.
United States Congressman Tom O’Halleran visited Marana Police Chief Terry Rozema on Friday, August 23 to present the United States flag that few at the United States Capitol.
Funds will support the hardware upgrades necessary to participate in the Arizona Department of Transportation Traffic and Criminal Software (AZTraCS).
Mark your calendars! It’s going to be a busy month!
Marana Parks and Recreation Department took home a state award on Wednesday, August 21 for "Outstanding Adaptive Program" for the 2018 Cape Chase Fun Run.
The Town of Marana will be installing decorative rock on a 1.5-mile stretch of shared use path/eastbound shoulder on Tangerine Farms Road west of Interstate-10.
Town of Marana Mayor Ed Honea received an award for 32 Years of Public Service by the League of Cities and Towns on Thursday, August 22. He contributes to a collective 118+ years of leadership by our current Council members combined.
Residents of Marana will soon have the chance to voice their opinion on the future of the town’s recreational offerings, according to department director Jim Conroy.