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Posted on: December 9, 2022

Quail Crossing: Opening December 21st

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The Quail Crossing Blvd. extension will be open to the public for travel on December 21st.  The new surface road will enhance travel for Sahuarita residents and the those living in the Quail Creek and Madera Highlands neighborhood.  Resi...

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Posted on: August 25, 2022

Sahuarita Wash Maintenance

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Map showing who is responsible for maintaining washes within the Town's boundary.

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Posted on: April 5, 2018

Train Horns: Public Service Announcement

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The Town of Sahuarita occasionally receives noise complaints about train horns in our area, though railroads are federally regulated. The aim of train-horn regulations is to assure public safety.  The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), in coo...

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Posted on: April 5, 2021

Town Institutes Sewer Termination Policy

The Town of Sahuarita (TOS) is implementing a stricter set of standard operating procedures for dealing with delinquent wastewater customers that will include the option for the town to terminate service.

The Town of Sahuarita (TOS) is implementing a stricter set of standard operating procedures for dealing with delinquent wastewater customers starting with the January 2021 billing cycle. These procedures, approved by town council, come after exhausting al...

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Posted on: August 7, 2020

No type of disposable wipe is "flushable" despite the label

Even though some products are advertised as flushable on the label, they do cause problems for our wastewater infrastructure. Unfortunately, these wipes rarely, if ever, biodegrade in our sewer system.

Even though some products are advertised as flushable on the label, they do cause problems for our wastewater infrastructure. Unfortunately, these wipes rarely, if ever, biodegrade in our sewer system.  These wipes collect and inevitably cause cl...

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