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Photo of Town Manager Mary Jacobs

July 1 marks the beginning of the fiscal year for the Town of Oro Valley and local governments across Arizona. Preparing for this annual reset is a deliberative process that lasts more than six months and culminates with adoption of the annual budget by your Town Council. The FY 2019-20 adopted budget totals just over $111 million and supports the quality services and amenities that residents have come to expect, ensuring the continuation of our outstanding quality of life here in Oro Valley.

Town Manager Mary Jacobs with Town Seal

The Town of Oro Valley’s fiscal year is coming to a close next Saturday, June 30, and with it, some significant accomplishments achieved for the community. Major capital projects were completed on-time and under budget, including Lambert Lane widening and safety improvements, two additional multi-sport fields and lighting at Naranja Park and several Water Utility well upgrades.

Photo of Chris Cornelison, assistant town manager with Town Seal

I could hardly believe it when I realized a full year has already gone by since I began my role as Oro Valley’s assistant town manager. Time really flies in our active and engaged town. From special events to issues that matter to our residents, there is always so much going on within our local government and the community at large. I am grateful to serve in this community, and I would like to share with you some thoughts on how much I have enjoyed assisting in leading this organization.

Photo of Mary Jacobs Oro Valley town manager

It’s been just over a month since I officially took over the reins as Oro Valley’s town manager, and I have been received with such a warm welcome, both at town hall and within the community. I am profoundly grateful for the overwhelming kindness and support.