Future Forums


Dove Mountain Civic Group forums are usually held in the 

Ballroom at the Highlands Clubhouse.

Forums start at 7:00 PM 

Next Forums will be: 

  March 8, 2017

Mindy Blake, Outreach Coordinator

Regional Transportation Authority (RTA)

Mindy was a news anchor and reporter at KOLD-TV in Tucson for 25 years.

There are several current RTA projects that affect Dove Mountain residents

WE will have updates and information regarding these current projects.  

You may know the RTA has reached a milestone. We are halfway through the 20 year plan, and have more than 770 projects to show for it all across the county; everything from brand new roads, to bridges, bike paths and expanded transit.


We have a new slide show and video presentation that I would like to share at one of your forums if possible.   It highlights the first ten years of RTA and looks at where we are now and what is in the future for regional transportation.

Mindy Blake Bio

Mindy Blake joined  Pima Association of Governments (PAG) in May 2016.  In her position as Outreach Coordinator, Mindy makes connections with the community to increase awareness and understanding of the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) plan.  She is especially enthusiastic to share stories about how the RTA meets the needs of all commuters. 

Mindy was a news anchor and reporter at KOLD-TV in Tucson for 25 years. She wrote about and reported on many community issues, from education to the environment. She earned several professional awards during her journalism career. She served as Community Relations Director at Amphitheater Public Schools before coming to PAG.

Mindy is a graduate of Western State College of Colorado.  She enjoys giving back to the Tucson community, has served on several  boards, and is a regular volunteer for Arizona Public Media.  

About the RTA


Since 2006 the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) has invested more than $1 billion to improve mobility, travel options and safety in our region.  The RTA has delivered more than 770 improvements from brand new roadways,  to improved intersections, new sidewalks, expanded transit, and miles of bikeways.

There are faster connections, less congestion in some intersections, and more travel options.  Economic development has followed many corridor projects, creating jobs and opportunities across the region.

As we celebrate this milestone, we also look ahead to the region's future transportation needs and how to address them. 

We commend our regional partners for helping the RTA deliver our promise to voters. The formula for success is the regional cooperation among  jurisdictions and the fact that RTA is a community supported plan.  


ON   Feb 15, 2017 

Town Manager Gilbert Davidson  gave an overview and update on the Town of Marana.

The Presentation he presenter is on this Link 




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