Cooling requirements for housing eyed in Tucson

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

The Tucson City Council will consider a proposal to add cooling temperature requirements to the city ordinance related to rental and other housing.

Tucson’s code currently does not include specific temperature requirements. 

The plan would call for landlords and property owners to have air conditioning systems capable of producing temperatures of 82 degrees or cooler.

Tucson officials point out that there are cooling requirements in city ordinance in the Phoenix metro area.

The Tucson council will consider the proposal at its March 9 meeting.

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