Councilman DiCiccio

Councilman Sal DiCiccio was appointed by the Mayor and Phoenix City Council to fill out the term of Councilman Greg Stanton on Feb. 10, 2009. DiCiccio was previously elected to serve Council District 6 in 1994 and 1998.

Councilman DiCiccio attended Arizona State University and earned a bachelor's degree in Business. A businessman and fiscal conservative, DiCiccio looks for opportunities to stretch every dollar on behalf of the taxpayer.

As councilmember, DiCiccio lists his three goals as job creation, improved public safety, and neighborhood preservation.

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Councilman Sal DiCiccio’s Statement on Increased Phoenix Police Pay https://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/district-6/2386City Council District 66/16/2022 2:30:00 AMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2386/Newsroom_Council_Statement_06.jpgCouncilman Sal DiCiccio’s Statement on Increased Phoenix Police Pay <div class="ExternalClass5C132BBE0D0E458780E0D0141E2655F5"><html> <p>"Great news! We approved increasing pay for our police officers, making our department the highest paid agency in the state.​​<br></p> <p>This is only one step toward restoring credibility with our true heroes. Politicians must stop listening to the anti-police whackos demanding to 'defund the police'. Until politicians stop, police will continue leaving in masses, putting our families in great danger. No amount of money will keep police on the job if they are under attack."<br></p> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/district6Newsdistrict-6
Councilman Sal DiCiccio’s Statement on National Police Week https://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/district-6/2352City Council District 65/16/2022 3:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2352/Newsroom_Council_Statement_06.jpgCouncilman Sal DiCiccio’s Statement on National Police Week <div class="ExternalClass2798E5B3D3614B6090BDB8BBB7930F87"><html> "I invite you to join me in paying respect to our Phoenix Police officers during this National Police Week: May 15 - 21. This week is intended to honor those who risk their lives every day in the line of duty, as well as the fallen officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice. Our men and women in blue need to feel our support now, more than ever.  <br><br> Frankly, one week feels like not enough.<br><br> I want to specifically recognize Officer Ginarro New and Officer Matt Hefter — two Phoenix Police officers we lost in the past year. Their sacrifice does not go unnoticed. <br><br> Phoenix City Hall will be lit up in blue in honor of National Police Week. I encourage that symbol to be a reminder to you, and to City leadership, of the significance of honoring, thanking, and remembering our officers, and the consequences we face when we fail to do so." ​​​<br></html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/district6Newsdistrict-6
Councilman DiCiccio's Statement on Controversial Street Signs: 'It's OK to say NO to panhandlers'https://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/district-6/2340City Council District 65/5/2022 7:30:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2340/Newsroom_Council_Statement_06.jpgCouncilman DiCiccio's Statement on Controversial Street Signs: 'It's OK to say NO to panhandlers'<div class="ExternalClass892F537088044212A6EC6C38E600FEDF"><html> <p>​"As of right now, my district is the only district with these signs directing people to give to shelters, instead of giving to people on the streets. I fully support these controversial signs and here's why: Individuals asking for money on street corners or medians create unsafe situations that neither benefit the individual nor our community. But when we give to shelters, who are doing angel work to help those same people get back on their feet with resources like drug rehab or other behavioral health programs, we can have more hope of effecting help. Like the signs read, it's OK to say NO to panhandlers. Give to your local shelters, instead." <br></p><div style="text-align:center;"> <img style="width:300px;margin:5px;" class="" alt="16th St and Camelback (4).jpg" src="https://action.phoenix.gov/users/myteam46126/Media5040.jpg" /> </div><p style="text-align:center;">16th Street & Camelback Road</p><div style="text-align:center;"> <img style="width:300px;margin:5px;" class="" alt="SR51 and Glendale (6).jpg" src="https://action.phoenix.gov/users/myteam46126/Media5041.png" /> </div><p style="text-align:center;">SR51 & Glendale Avenue<br></p><div style="text-align:center;"> <img style="width:300px;margin:5px;" class="" alt="32nd St and Camelback (2).jpg" src="https://action.phoenix.gov/users/myteam46126/Media5042.png" /> </div><p style="text-align:center;">32nd Street & Camelback Road​<br></p> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/district6Newsdistrict-6

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​District 6

The boundary map of Phoenix City Council District 6 is bar-bell shaped and includes communities such as the Biltmore, Ahwatukee, Arcadia and North Central. The northern part of the district has Central Avenue and Northern Avenue as the northern boundary and Buckeye Road and 48th Street as the southern boundary. The southern part of the district has Baseline Road and 48th Street as the northern boundary and Central Avenue & Pecos Road as the southern boundary.

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​Con​tact District 6

​​Phone: 602-262-7491
TTY: 7-1-1
Email: council.district.6@phoenix.gov
Facebook: @DiCiccioSal
Twitter: @Sal_DiCiccio

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​2021 Year-End Crime Reports

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