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Behind Phoenix, it is the second most populated city in Arizona. Tucson has always been a crossroads, meaning there is a great number of people passing through the city every day.
Even though Tucson is geographically situated in the middle of a desert, the water was very plentiful there until recently. Throughout history, Tucson has become an important travel route and crossroad, an agricultural town center and a communication nexus.
Archaeologists have recently unearthed an ancient village site in the Santa Cruz River valley dating back from BC. That is some of the earliest evidence of civilization in the city area. Today Tucson is the 33rd largest city in the US, quite modern and well developed. Due to its geographical position, Tucson has a desert climate which means that summers are very hot and dry. Our proud boys in blue have been using these high tech gadgets to track down missing people, for reconnaissance and to help the fire department track down hot spots using thermal sensors.
This website is built by a small group of people who live and breath Tuscon and who would like to do their part in order to make this city be heard off around the world. Many different people are a part of the City of Tuscon team.
Andrew, our resident aerial photography expert has captured a great video showcasing the very essence of the city of Tuscon. Paul uses high quality video drones to record videos like the one featured above. These videos really are a great way how to capture natural beauty of Tuscon, our city, and the surrounding scenery. With this website we hope to offer a place for Tucsonans to keep up with the latest news and happenings from around our city.
City that we know today as Tuscon owes its beginnings to Spanish soldiers who in founded the Presidio San Augustin del Tuscon. Presidio is a type of fort used by the Spanish forces who at the time held the region under control.
Even before being a village, area alongside the Santa Cruz river that was to become city of Tuscon, was visited by Europeans. That is actually from where the name Tuscon came about. Since the year the city has changed hands many times. It actually flew 4 flags at one point, Spanish, Mexican, Confederate and U. After the wars for Mexican independence, Tuscon ended up being sold to the US alongside other territory in the Gadsden Purchase of City served as the capital of Arizona from till Two things helped further develop Tuscon into the brimming city that it is today.
First it was the arrival of the Southern Pacific Railroad in , and then discovery of silver and copper in nearby Toombstone and Bisbee, respectively. After the World War II the city has experienced an additional rapid development which was fueled by the annexation of suburbs.
Today the city has a little over thousand inhabitants and over 1 million people lives in the larger metro area. Tuscon is located along the Santa Cruz river, about miles southeast of the state capitol Phoenix. It is the seat of Pima county which as a whole has a population just above 1 million people.
At the north the city is bordered with Santa Catalina and Tortolita mountains. At the south people of Tuscon can enjoy in the Santa Rita mountain. East and west are bordered by Rincon and Tuscon mountains, respectively. City of Tuscon is located on the alluvial plain of the Sonoran desert. Elevation of around 2, feet above sea level gives Tuscon different weather patterns when compared with Phoenix. Higher elevation means that Tuscon has combination of cooler and wetter weather than the one found in Phoenix.
Another useful aspect of having such a high elevation is that mountain ranges that surround Tuscon get a snow cover during winter. Most famous for this are Mount Lemmon and Mount Wrightson, former of which actually has the southernmost ski resort in the continental United States called Ski Valley. Climate is probably the thing that Tucson and Arizona in general are most famous for. Entire city resides in the plain of the famous Sonoran desert. Summers are hot and dry and winters temperate with temperatures that rarely dip below freezing.
During this time daily thunderstorms are a common occurrence, which drop considerably amounts of rain that can cause flash floods. As the monsoon subsides the regular dry weather with cool nights and warm days comes back signifying the start of fall. During summer they go up and during winter down, with about degrees difference between the two. City of Tucson has about elementary schools and high schools of various degrees of excellence.
Tuscon is the seat of the University of Arizona. Each year tens of thousands of students are enrolled and promoted from the largest and most well known higher learning institution in the state. As far as galleries and museums goes, Tuscon has dozens of top national galleries and museums where people can view and enjoy art and cultural heritage of the native peoples.
Perhaps the most famous are the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and Arizona State Museum where exhibits can be found ranging from archeology minerals to specimens of indigenous animals to artifacts of the native American tribe Stjukshon.
Community is the main idea behind this project of ours and it would mean the world to us if you get in touch with us and offers us a helping hand with one of the many different area that we cover. Do you perhaps have the drop on a new cool music event in town?
A concert that we should cover? How about a signing of a cool new book? Help us out and report on all the cool events that we might have missed. Read more about us on the about page and visit the contact page to get in touch with us.
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Costume not required to join in the fun! Marroney Theatre N. Sundays in the Garden Concert Series 1: Shrek The Musical 2: CYT for ticket info. Men on Boats 2: SSTC for ticket info. Painting Class Sacred Heart 2: The Changing Cactus Forest Presentation 2: Add to this the Incredible magic of Ross the Magician and you have a show that will not be forgotten!
Death by Design 3: Jonathon Seward and Dr. The Gaslight Theatre E. Cooking With Prickly Pear Talk: Be Kind Halloween Bash 4: Kids' Open Mic 4: Sign ups start at 4: Fall Festival at Hope Church 5: This is a free family fun event for all ages! Hope Church N. Halloween Double Feature 6: Beetlejuice-Oct 28th is also 4th Ave Trick or Treat! Can such a fairy have magic within themselves?
Family Skate Night 6: Karaoke with DJ Sean 8: Ynot Late Night Karaoke The Hotel Congress E. The events listed above come from our extensive research for Tucson Happenings.
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