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This website has been created to provide information, updates, and revisions to the proposed Downtown Entertainment District.
What is the Downtown Entertainment District?
On April 26, 2010 the State Legislature approved HB 2596 which allows for Cities to designate an entertainment district – defined as an area with a significant number of Entertainment, Artistic and Cultural Venues, including Music Halls, Concert Facilities, Theaters, Arenas, Stadiums, Museums, Studios, Galleries, Restaurants, Bars and other related facilities.
The City of Tucson Environmental Services (ES) provides recycling services for special and civic events. Certain restrictions apply. Please contact ES for full details. General information can be found here.
ES provided services at these local civic events: