Join the "Stand Down for Safety
NAHB is urging members, and all residential construction companies, to halt work for at least 10 minutes today
Thursday, April 16
for a COVID-19 Job Site Safety Stand Down to educate workers on what they should do to keep themselves safe from coronavirus and to help “flatten the curve” for everyone. Click
for additional information.
Don’t Delay, File for Stimulus Dollars Today -
If you haven’t already done so, take time to research and pursue options for
small business relief
including the PPP and EIDL.
Tucson Launches Resiliency Fund
– Through the leadership of Mayor Romero, the City of Tucson and Community Foundation of Southern Arizona are launching the
‘We Are One-Somos Uno’ Resiliency Fund
that will support nonprofits, workers, families and small businesses that have been negatively impacted by the pandemic.
Powerful Lunch & Learn Today
– Thanks to
for adapting "on the fly" to make the April presentation all about how employers can navigate the coronavirus pandemic. Over 100 participants learned very valuable information. SAHBA and ACT were joined by ABA, ATBA and NAWIC as hosts.
Learn How WOTUS Changes Impact Your Permit
– SAHBA is partnering with ADEQ for a webinar on April 23 at 9am to provide permittees with information to make decisions about permit coverage under the revised definition of Waters Of The US (WOTUS). Email
if you are interested in participating.
Government Affairs Update
– Impact fees in the City of Tucson are going down for home builders. Click
for that information and other new developments.
Virtual Meeting Schedule –
The Business Referral Exchange will meet and share leads on Tuesday, April 21
at 7:30am. Contact
for more info. The Technical Committee will also meet on the 21
if you want to participate.
– We are excited to announce the newest addition to the SAHBA team! Caitlin Dixon will be our Home Show and Signature Events Manager. She comes to us with extensive event management and fundraising experience most recently as the Director of Philanthropy for the Tucson Jewish Community Center.
On the Bright Side
Here’s a look
at some positive indicators for housing.