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  • Pima County departments to promote healthy lives, healthy planet at Cyclovia

    Cyclovia, the popular event that reserves a selection of Tucson’s streets for a day of walking, biking, and other modes of car-free mobility, is returning from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. March 27 after a two-year hiatus. Two Pima County departments, Environmental Quality and Health, will be on hand. Each will be stationed at one of Cyclovia’s seven “hubs” along the approximately five-mile route.

    CycloviaThis year’s Cyclovia route is a loop stretching from Jacome Plaza in Downtown Tucson to Mission View Elementary School in South Tucson. Hubs along the route include the Downtown Clifton Hotel, Santa Rita Park, Galeria Mitotera, the Ochoa Community School, and Drachman Montessori School.

    The Health Department’s REACH program, a CDC-funded initiative aimed at reducing chronic disease, will be at the Santa Rita Park hub. They will be providing COVID-19 vaccine shots to any eligible person who wants one, as well as music, fun activities for kids, and information about other Health Department programs.

    The Department of Environmental Quality will be at the Mission View hub. In addition to promoting pollution-reducing activities like alternate-mode transportation, they will be providing activities for kids and conducting drawings for prize giveaways.

    Cyclovia is free and open to all. Food and beverages will be available for purchase from a wide variety of food trucks and vendors along the route. More information can be found at cycloviatucson.org

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