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On The Job - Jerry Judie, Park Ranger for the Parks and Recreation DepartmentOn The Job with Jerry Judie, Park Ranger, Parks and Recreation Department
On The Job - Charlettye Nealy, Sky Harbor Airport Operations AssistantOn The Job with Charlettye Nealy, Sky Harbor Airport Operations Assistant in the Aviation Department.
On The Job - Juston Doherty, Firefighter with the City of PhoenixCity of Phoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher talks with Phoenix Firefighter Juston Doherty about a fire at an apartment complex. Juston was off-duty and was first on scene to help a family as their apartment was engulfed in flames.
On The Job - Laurene Montero, City Archaeologist at Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological ParkLaurene Montero, City Archaeologist at Pueblo Grande Museum explains her job at 1,500 year old archaeological site left by the Hohokam culture. This National Historic Landmark and Phoenix Point of Pride has been a part of the City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department since 1929, and is the largest preserved archaeological site within Phoenix.
On the Job - Assistant Fire Chief Ron Jamison and AFP Supervisor Ralph GarciaCity manager Ed Zuercher talks with Jamison and Garcia about the Fire Department’s response to an electrical fire at the Phoenix Downtown Sheraton hotel and the role Planning and Development Department Fire Inspectors have in keeping structures fire safe.
On The Job - Police Detectives Barbara Galvano and Sonia Stanley from Family Advocacy CenterPublished on Jul 23, 2014 The City of Phoenix Family Advocacy Center (FAC) provides comprehensive services to victims of violence. The FAC serves as one central location for victims of violence to receive services. Partnerships with community-based organizations provide valuable advocacy services to victims and their families. In this "On The Job," Phoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher talks with Police Detectives Barbara Galvano and Sonia Stanley about their work helping children and women.
On The Job - Kevin Grapes, Public Works Department with the City of PhoenixCity Manager Ed Zuercher talks with Kevin Grapes about how the Public Works Department coordinates with Streets and Parks and Recreation Departments on cleaning monsoon storm damage.
On the Job with Danny Murphy, Retiring Aviation DirectorCity Manager Ed Zuercher discusses airport operations and employees with Murphy, who also looks back at his more than 30 years of service with the city of Phoenix.
On The Job - Evangelina Clifton, Solid Waste Equipment OperatorPhoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher meets with Evangelina Clifton, Solid Waste Equipment Operator and hears how she became a driver of the big trucks.
On The Job - Officer Luis Samudio, Phoenix Police DepartmentOn The Job with Officer Luis Samudio, Phoenix Police Department
Karen Peters Photo
Officer ceremony pinning badge
City Government Branch Organization Chart
NW Light rail groundbreaking #2
Ginger Spencer
Paul Blue
Toni Maccarone
Water Services Efficiency Study Promo Button for I&E Website
CM visits 911 operators small rez
NW Light rail groundbreaking
Employee memorial site
Deanna Jonovich 136 x 180 for CMO website
Doing What Matters - Gail Browne, Executive Director, Phoenix Office of Arts and CulturePhoenix City Manager, Ed Zuercher talks to Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture Executive Director, Gail Browne about the City of Phoenix art collection, the Gallery at City Hall, the work of the City of Phoenix Arts Commission, the public art selection process, the economic impact of the arts in the economy and the importance of art on quality of life for the citizens of Phoenix.
Doing What Matters - Tyre Davis, Steele Indian School Park ManagerPhoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher interviews Tyre Davis, Steele Indian School Park Manager, and talks about the daily and event uses of the large park space, from fishing to concerts, and everything in between. Tyre talks about managing the park during large events, including Phoenix Pride, which draws approximately 30,000 people annually.
Doing What Matters - Ardell Deliz, Phoenix Fire DepartmentPhoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher talks with Captain Ardell Deliz of the Phoenix Fire Department Fire Technical Rescue Team. Captain Deliz explains the process of a technical mountain rescue and why her job is important.

 

 

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