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Pima County homelessness count canceled for second year due to COVID-19

The count usually determines how much federal funding the county receives to address homelessness.

Pima County receives boost in emergency rental funds

The money was reallocated from a state-level program

Pima County seeks volunteers for annual street count

The data will help the county provide services to those experiencing homelessness.

Pima County continues emergency eviction legal aid

The County Supervisors voted to extend the program through the new year.

Housing prices in Tucson likely to keep climbing in 2022

Affordable housing stock is likely to continue growing smaller.

The rising cost and need for housing in Arizona

This week, The Buzz examines some of the factors behind the continued rise in housing costs.

City to take comment on affordable housing plan

The plan includes federal funding and plans for the coming city budget.

Pima County scrambles to house families as evictions steadily rise

Evictions are beginning to increase after the end of the CDC's moratorium.

Bisbee nonprofit creates program to help city employees find homes

The program is two and a half years old and inspired by a HUD program.

City department takes input on housing affordability plan

The Housing and Community Development Department will hold two meetings to take public comment.

Affordable senior housing gets harder to find with pandemic

As the housing market tightens, seniors with specific needs have an especially hard time finding a suitable home.

Tucson city council approves ordinance for more casitas

The new code will go into effect next month.

City of Tucson announces leader of Housing First effort

The Housing First model tries to get people experiencing homelessness into housing before it attends to their other needs.

Tucson develops plan to allow for more casitas

The city will take public comment on Tuesday, October 19th, 2021.

House subcommittee hears bill featuring Old Pascua

The bill, introduced by Rep. Raúl Grijalva, would take the tribally owned lands and put them into trust for the Pascua Yaqui Tribe — making way for a third Pascua Yaqui casino.

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