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Review Public Safety Tips for the Super Bowl & Related Eventshttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/city-manager/2556City Manager1/31/2023 11:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2556/Newsroom_SB_Public_Safety.jpgReview Public Safety Tips for the Super Bowl & Related Events<div class="ExternalClassC61CEE7AC991458D9D32E36FD541CA0E"><html> <div class="ExternalClass0C542F714FC14673A4B400C5E1C73B46"> <p>On this page:<br>​<a target="_blank" href="#tips01"><strong>Phoenix Police Department​​</strong></a><br><strong>​</strong><a target="_blank" href="#tips02"><strong>If You See Something, Say Something</strong></a><br><a target="_blank" href="#tips05"><strong>Dating Safety</strong></a><br><a target="_blank" href="#tips03"><strong>Human Trafficking</strong></a><br><a target="_blank" href="#tips04"><strong>Fire Department Tips</strong></a></p> <p> ​<br></p> <h2 id="tips01">Phoenix Police Department</h2> <p>Our public safety team is on the ground and ready to keep you up-to-date and safe. Be sure to follow <a href="https://twitter.com/phoenixpolice" target="_blank">@PhoenixPolice</a> ​on Twitter for the latest Phoenix Super Bowl LVII safety alerts.</p> <p>If you have witnesses something or believe something has happened that you are concerned about, please contact the Phoenix Police Department non-emergency number at (602) 262-6151. You can also contact the Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center (ACTIC) at 1-877-2SAVEAZ (1-877-272-8329).</p> <p>For any emergency situations, please call 911.</p> <h2 id="tips02">If You See Something, Say Something<br></h2> <p>This public awareness campaign was created to raise knowledge regarding criminal activity and possible terrorism-related crimes. The public should report any suspicious behavior and these types of situations immediately.</p> <ul style="list-style-type:disc;"> <li> <p>An unattended backpack left in a public space​<br></p> </li> <li> <p>Someone trying to break into a restricted area</p> </li> <li> <p>Acquiring supplies: When someone is purchasing, storing, or stealing explosives, weapons, or ammunition</p> </li> <li> <p>Elicitation: Anyone attempting to gain information about a place, person or operation</p> </li> <li> <p>Test of security: This is usually conducted by driving by a potential target, moving into sensitive areas and observing the responses of security and law enforcement.</p> </li> <li> <p>Surveillance: A target area that will most likely be observed during the planning phase</p> </li> </ul> <p>When reporting suspicious activity remember to give the most accurate information possible. Information reporting may include:</p> <ul style="list-style-type:disc;"> <li> <p>Brief description of the activity</p> </li> <li> <p>Date, time and location of the activity</p> </li> <li> <p>Physical identifiers of anyone you observe</p> </li> <li> <p>Description of vehicles (i.e. license plate, make, model)</p> </li> <li> <p>Information about where the people involved in suspicious activities may have gone</p> </li> <li> <p>Your contact information (optional)</p> </li> </ul> <p>If something has already happened or you are concerned about something you have witnessed, contact the Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center (ACTIC) at 1-877-2SAVEAZ (1-877-272-8329)</p> <p>When reporting suspicious activity remember to give the most accurate information possible. Information reporting may include: </p> <ul style="list-style-type:disc;"> <li> <p>Brief description of the activity</p> </li> <li> <p>Date, time and location of the activity</p> </li> <li> <p>Physical identifiers of anyone you observe</p> </li> <li> <p>Description of vehicles (i.e. license plate, make, model)<br></p> </li> </ul> <h2 id="tips05">Dating Safety</h2><p>With thousands of people around, there are lots of opportunities to meet new people and make new connections. <span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;">B</span><span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;">ut having a game plan in place for meeting strangers in public places will help keep you safe.</span></p><ul><li>Meet for the first few times in populated, public places. Let a trusted family member or friend know where you are going and who you are meeting, and then arrive early, letting the server or bartender know you are meeting someone for the first time so they can have your back.<br><br></li><li>Be in control of your own transportation, have a way there and a way back home.<br><br></li><li>Keep an eye on your drink and other person belongings.<br><br></li><li>Find more advice on our <a href="/police/dating" target="_blank">dating safety</a> website.</li></ul><p>If you have experienced dating violence, sexual assault, or exploitation, you are not alone and there are resources available to you. The hotlines listed below are available 24/7 and are confidential, with trained staff that can speak multiple languages.</p><ul><li>​<a href="https://www.thehotline.org/" target="_blank"><strong>The National Domestic Violence Hotline</strong></a> - (800) 799-7233<br><br></li><li> <a href="https://humantraffickinghotline.org/en" target="_blank"> <strong>Human Trafficking Hotline</strong></a> -  (888) 373-7888<br><br></li><li> <a href="https://www.rainn.org/resources" target="_blank"> <strong>National Sexual Assault Hotline </strong></a> - (800) 656-4673</li></ul><p>You can also call the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence Helpline (602-279-2900) to learn about victim service programs and resources statewide. Download <a href="https://www.acesdv.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/ACESDV-program-list_November2021.pdf" target="_blank"><strong>statewide resources (PDF)</strong></a> while local support is also available at the <a href="/humanservices/programs/victims/fac" target="_blank"><strong>Phoenix Family Advocacy Center</strong></a>. Its staff of trauma-informed detectives, advocates, and nurses are ready to assist you on your path to justice in a safe, comfortable environment. ​<br></p><h2 id="tips03">Human Trafficking<br></h2><p>The Phoenix Police Department's Human Exploitation and Trafficking Unit (H.E.A.T.) offer victims of human trafficking the help they need when they see no way out. If you or someone you know needs assistance, please reach out. For more information, visit Humantraffickinghotline.org/<br></p><p>Human trafficking does not discriminate. Anyone can fall victim to it, both men and women. </p><p>The trauma caused by the traffickers can be so great that many may not identify themselves as victims or ask for help, even in highly public settings.</p><p>Human trafficking involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. Every year, millions of men, women, and children are trafficked worldwide – including right here in the United States. It can happen in any community and victims can be any age, race, gender, or nationality. Traffickers might use the following methods to lure victims into trafficking situations:</p><ul style="list-style-type:disc;"><li><p>Violence</p></li><li><p>Manipulation</p></li><li><p>False promises of well-paying jobs</p></li><li><p>Romantic relationships </p></li></ul><p> <strong>Resources:</strong> </p><p>AATN Arizona Anti-Trafficking Network: <a href="https://aatnaz.org/" target="_blank">aatnaz.org</a> or 1-844-400-2286</p><p>National Human Trafficking Hotline: <a href="https://humantraffickinghotline.org/" target="_blank">Humantraffickinghotline.org</a> or 1-888-373-7888</p><p>Language barriers, fear of their traffickers, and/or fear of law enforcement frequently keep victims from seeking help, making human trafficking a hidden crime.</p><p>Traffickers look for people who are easy targets for a variety of reasons, including:</p><ul style="list-style-type:disc;"><li><p>Psychological or emotional vulnerability</p></li><li><p>Economic hardship</p></li><li><p>Lack of a social safety net</p></li><li><p>Natural disasters</p></li><li><p>Political instability</p></li></ul><p>The trauma caused by the traffickers can be so great that many may not identify themselves as victims or ask for help, even in highly public settings.</p><p>Many <a href="https://www.dhs.gov/blue-campaign/myths-and-misconceptions" target="_blank">myths and misconceptions</a> exist. Recognizing key <a href="https://www.dhs.gov/blue-campaign/indicators-human-trafficking" target="_blank">indicators</a> of human trafficking is the first step in identifying victims and can help <a href="https://www.dhs.gov/blue-campaign/human-interest-stories" target="_blank">save a life</a>. Not all indicators listed are present in every human trafficking situation, and the presence or absence of any of the indicators is not necessarily proof of human trafficking.</p><p>The safety of the public as well as the victim is important. Do not attempt to confront a suspected trafficker directly or alert a victim to any suspicions. It is up to law enforcement to investigate suspected cases of human trafficking.​<br></p><h2 id="tips04">Fire Department Tips<br></h2><p>Phoenix Fire is committed to providing the highest level of customer service and resources to our community, members, and visitors. Phoenix firefighters save lives and protect property through fire suppression, emergency med ical and transportation services, all-hazards incident management, and community risk reduction efforts. With 58 fire stations strategically placed around the city, Phoenix Fire has all hands-on deck in preparation for the influx of visitors and events within the city. Despite the city's preparation, Phoenix Fire also wants the community to be prepared:</p><p>• If you plan on attending any pregame festivities including concerts; Phoenix Fire encourages you to go prepared. That means, wear sensible shoes and clothing. But most importantly, go hydrated. Although the weather in February should be mild, the Phoenix sun can take its toll on those who are not used to it. ​<br></p><p>• In addition to Super Bowl activities, the City of Phoenix is proud to offer beautiful parks to its residents and visitors. Including more than 35 trails covering 320 miles throughout the city. But with its beauty, comes great responsibility. The Phoenix Fire Department and Parks and Recreation Department encourage everyone to review <a href="/newsroom/parks-and-recreation/2271" target="_blank">“Take a Hike. Do it Right"</a>. ​​<br></p></div> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/citymanagerNewscity-managerCity Manager
Super Bowl 2023 Small Business Supporthttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/city-manager/2503City Manager1/31/2023 10:30:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2503/Newsroom_SuperBowl_Small_Business.jpgSuper Bowl 2023 Small Business Support<div class="ExternalClassDFBB06744A7B4BB08ED6F90211AB2FC3"> <p>On this page:<br>​<a target="_blank" href="#workshop">Watch Super Bowl Presentation​​​</a><br>​<a target="_blank" href="#sign">Temporary Sign Permits</a><br><a target="_blank" href="#permit">Temporary Use Permits</a><br><a target="_blank" href="#liquor">Liquor Licenses</a><br><a target="_blank" href="#closures">Downtown Street Closures and Restrictions</a></p> <p> <br> </p> <h2 id="workshop">Watch Super Bowl Presentation</h2> <p> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zy8E3tZ_1NY" target="_blank"><img alt="Presentation Preview" src="/piosite/MediaAssets/sb/video_preview2.png" /></a> </p> <h2 id="sign">Temporary Sign Permits<br></h2> <p> <img style="margin:0px;" src="/newssite/PublishingImages/Deadline%20For%20Temporary%20Signs.jpg" alt="Deadline is Dec. 15, 2022" /> <br> </p> <p>With the Super Bowl fast approaching, the Phoenix Planning and Development Department is asking business owners in downtown to start early to ensure their business complies with zoning and signage for events. Temporary sign permits and use permits for certain activities will be required and staff is preparing for an influx the closer to the event.</p> <p></p> <p>​Temporary signs require a permit to ensure they are safely placed and do not block visibility for traffic and pedestrians. Please allow seven business days to processes the <a href="/pddsite/Documents/TRT/dsd_trt_pdf_00160.pdf" target="_blank">application</a> (PDF) for a temporary sign permit. You can submit for your <a href="/pdd/onlineservices/electronic-plan-review" target="_blank">application review</a> electronically. Banners also require permits and must not obstruct pedestrian areas, parking areas or traffic. Banners need to be mounted to a solid surface, not attached to railings or hung between vertical posts or columns. </p> <p>​To find out if a specific sign type is allowed, or if a business owner believes an additional use permit may be needed or for any other questions, contact the Signs Section at <a href="mailto:pdd.signservices@phoenix.gov" target="_blank">pdd.signservices@phoenix.gov</a> or 602-495-0301.​<br></p> <h2 id="permit">Temporary Use Permits<br></h2> <p>Businesses looking to expand some of their services during this time may need to apply for an Extension of Premise or a Use Permit. These applications may be needed for extending outdoor and indoor uses, including extending outdoor seating and staging areas for special events. ​The application types below would apply to most businesses hosting events leading up to the game.</p> <p> <strong>1. Extension of Premise (to extend liquor license area)</strong></p> <p>Businesses that want to extend the liquor licensed areas of their business will need to submit <a href="/pdd/planning-zoning/pzdocs" target="_blank">an application</a> to the Zoning team for processing. Expect eight-weeks minimum for processing. </p> <p>Once the City completes their review, the applicant is responsible for delivering the application to the <a href="https://www.azliquor.gov/" target="_blank">Arizona Department of Liquor</a> (DLLC) for issuance of the license. </p> <p> <strong>2. Zoning Adjustments (Variance, Use Permit, Temporary Use Permit)</strong></p> <p>Businesses hosting events may be required to apply for a a <a href="/pdd/planning-zoning/pzdocs" target="_blank">Zoning Adjustment</a> such as a Variance, a Use Permit or a Temporary Use Permits. These requests require a public hearing, and the outcome is not guaranteed. Allow eight-weeks minimum for processing.</p> <p>A Temporary Use Permit for a temporary event is needed when outdoor uses are proposed that are not permitted by the zoning district. It must be used in conjunction with an extension of premise application if it includes occupying required parking spaces. </p> <p> <strong>3. Administrative Temporary Use Permit (ATUP)</strong><strong> </strong> <br></p> <p>An <a href="/pdd/planning-zoning/pzdocs" target="_blank">Administrative Temporary Use Permit</a> can be approved administratively. The extension of commercial activity cannot include outdoor entertainment, food trucks, or take over required parking spaces. The event must be limited in the hours of operation if within 300 feet of a residential zoning district. The applicant may also have to meet other standards in Downtown Code Character Areas. Staff recommends to expect an eight-week processing timeframe.<span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;"> </span></p> <p>Contact Zoning Staff with questions about the above processes and other special circumstances. Visit <a href="/pdd/planning-zoning/pzservices/zoning-use-permits-variances" target="_blank">Planning and Developments Zoning Use webpage</a> for more information.<br><a href="mailto:zoning@phoenix.gov" target="_blank">zoning@phoenix.gov</a>. </p> <p>Planning and Development staff expect to see a high demand as we get closer to the event. Business owners are encouraged to submit their applications and requests early. The processing timeframes are estimates and could change depending on the application and special circumstances.<br></p> <h2 id="liquor">Liquor Licenses<br></h2> <p>Liquor Licenses in the State of Arizona are issued by the <a href="http://www.azliquor.gov/" target="_blank"><strong>Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC)</strong></a>. The City of Phoenix makes a recommendation to the DLLC on whether a Liquor License Application for a location in Phoenix should be granted or not. Applications for Liquor License Series 1 - 14, 18 & 19 must be filed directly at the DLLC, and will then be forwarded by the DLLC to the City of Phoenix for review and recommendation. Please note that each Liquor License Application has separate DLLC and City of Phoenix Application Forms and Fees. Rules and regulations related to liquor licensing can be found in <a href="https://phoenix.municipal.codes/" target="_blank"><strong>Phoenix City Code Chapter 6</strong></a> and <a href="https://www.azleg.gov/arstitle/" target="_blank"><strong>Arizona Revised Statute Title IV</strong></a>.<span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;"> </span></p> <p>If your business is looking to get a liquor license in time for the Super Bowl, the City Clerk Department recommends you apply for it <a href="/cityclerksite/MediaAssets/Regular%20Liquor%20License%20Process%20Overview.pdf" target="_blank">at least 60 days</a> (PDF) ahead of time. To determine which type of license you need, refer to <a href="/cityclerksite/Documents/liclist.pdf" target="_blank">this list</a> (PDF). R<a href="/cityclerk/services/licensing/liquor/regular" target="_blank">ead more about about obtaining a liquor license within the City of Phoenix</a>.<br></p> <h2 id="closures">Downtown Street Closures and Restrictions</h2> <p>Details about road closures and restrictions related to events in the downtown region are in the process of being finalized. A map and other helpful know-before-you-go fan experience information will be shared in the coming months.<span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;"> ​​​​​​</span></p> </div>https://www.phoenix.gov/citymanagerNewscity-managerCity Manager
Covid Relief Money Changes the Lives of 1,000 Phoenix Familieshttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/city-manager/2631City Manager1/20/2023 1:00:00 AMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KeCgg6z8cUCovid Relief Money Changes the Lives of 1,000 Phoenix Families<div class="ExternalClass9B5DCB3D6446454FA4F4C6D2053C8EF7"><html> <div> <span data-contrast="auto" lang="EN-US">​In 2022, the City of Phoenix dedicated $12 million of federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds for the Family Assistance Resource Program to support low-income families negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This one-time money changed the lives of 1,000 Phoenix families with children. Each family received $1,000 each month for 12 months in 2022. Families used the assistance for household items such as groceries, transportation, childcare and other basic necessities. There was no application for the program; f</span><span data-contrast="none" lang="EN-US">amilies with children who had applied for Emergency Rental Assistance, resided in City-owned public housing, or had a Section 8 Voucher were randomly selected via a lottery system and asked to participate. </span> <span data-contrast="none" lang="EN-US">Currently, there are no plans to expand this program. </span> <span data-ccp-props="{"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span> </div> <div> <span data-contrast="none" lang="EN-US"></span> <span data-ccp-props="{"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span> </div> <div> <span data-contrast="none" lang="EN-US">You can track ARPA spending on the City's </span> <a href="https://stories.opengov.com/phoenixaz/published/9tz_vAiwC" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener"> <span data-contrast="none" lang="EN-US"> <span data-ccp-charstyle="Hyperlink"> <strong>American Rescue Plan Act (ARP</strong> </span> <span data-ccp-charstyle="Hyperlink"> <strong>A</strong> </span> <span data-ccp-charstyle="Hyperlink"> <strong>) website</strong></span></span></a>.<br>​<br></div> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/citymanagerVideocity-managerCity Manager
Phoenix Launches Community Survey Tool to Assess Resident Concernshttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/city-manager/2630City Manager1/4/2023 7:00:00 AMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2630/Newsroom_CityView_04.jpgPhoenix Launches Community Survey Tool to Assess Resident Concerns<div class="ExternalClass0B24CAEDA4C5420D95823850A205F66D"><html> <p> <em>​Partnership with Zencity for ongoing surveys to gauge sentiment toward City services and community priorities</em> <br> </p> <p>The City of Phoenix is launching a new public survey tool to better understand local priorities and concerns on a wide range of City services and the quality of life in Phoenix. The tool will enable the City to more holistically understand neighborhood issues and enhance our responsiveness to community priorities. The survey asks residents to evaluate their experience with different aspects of life in Phoenix including affordable housing, transportation, public safety and other City services.</p> <p>The launch of the new community survey is in partnership with Zencity, a community input platform used by local governments to hear from more residents and get meaningful and actionable insights. Zencity works with hundreds of other municipalities across the U.S. including Chicago, Seattle, and San Diego on issues ranging from public safety to American Rescue Plan Act implementation.</p> <p>“Phoenix is an innovative, data-driven city,” said City Manager Jeff Barton. “We are always striving to get input from residents and this partnership with Zencity will be a great step forward in really understanding the needs and concerns of our residents so we can continue building the Phoenix of tomorrow.”</p> <p style="text-decoration:underline;">Survey Methodology</p> <p>Zencity’s community survey incorporates voices from every corner of the community. To do so, Zencity sets response targets based on U.S. Census data about the municipality. Zencity ensures the security and privacy of its data and survey respondents. Survey responses are anonymous unless a respondent chooses to share their email address for follow-up purposes. Regardless, survey responses are kept confidential -- Zencity does not collect a respondent’s name, address, or any other personally-identifying information. Zencity’s weighting, conducted utilizing U.S. Census data, accounts for the responses of every single person who answered a question. The responses give a proportional voice to all demographics (e.g., by age, sex, race, education level, and income level) based on the makeup of the municipality.</p> <p>Take the survey now in English or Spanish or learn more about the community surveys at <a href="http://www.phoenix.gov/pio/survey" target="_blank">Phoenix.gov/pio/survey.</a>​<br></p> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/citymanagerNewscity-managerCity Manager
City of Phoenix Hires First Public Health Advisorhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/city-manager/2477City Manager9/12/2022 2:45:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2477/Newsroom_PublicHealthAdvisor2.pngCity of Phoenix Hires First Public Health Advisor<div class="ExternalClass741607F8BC5B4DB79AB2FCC040D2C4CA"><html> <p>​Phoenix City Manager Jeff Barton announced that Nicole Dupuis-Witt will join the City’s leadership team as its first Public Health Advisor on October 17.  <br></p> <p>When the COVID-19 pandemic began, the City sought professional consulting services to assist with Phoenix’s public health efforts in response to the pandemic. This expertise proved beneficial in advising the City’s strategic approach to pandemic recovery and response, and emphasized the need to bring public health knowledge to the City on a permanent, full-time basis. </p> <p>“The addition of public health expertise to our leadership team strengthens our ability to address public health needs across the City,” said City Manager Barton. “Public health is a central tenant to many of the City’s top priorities including heat response and mitigation, housing and homelessness, food systems, senior services, transportation and more. I am confident that Nicole's experience and data-driven approach will further position Phoenix as a resilient and prosperous place to live, work and play.” </p> <p>As Public Health Advisor, Dupuis-Witt will work closely with City departments towards the achievement of public health objectives and in support of City priorities. The advisor position was approved by Phoenix City Council in April 2022. </p> <p>“I am incredibly excited to return to Arizona and join the team at the City of Phoenix. It is an honor and privilege to be selected to serve the City as its first Public Health Advisor,” said Nicole Dupuis Witt. “While COVID-19 will continue to be an important public health priority for the near future, I look forward to working with the community on other critical public health issues and the vision toward a healthier Phoenix.” </p> <p>Dupuis-Witt brings more than 15 years of experience leading transformative health initiatives to Phoenix. She is known as a champion of equitable approaches to health services and multi-sector, multi-partner collaborations that improve health outcomes for diverse communities. Her extensive experience includes work in urban and rural districts across three countries, bridging local government, public health and nonprofit sectors. </p> <p>Most recently, Dupuis-Witt served as the Chief Executive Officer for the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit in Ontario, Canada – a role she took on at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Beyond COVID-19, she has also led comprehensive approaches to complex issues such as the opioid crisis, community food insecurity, mental health services and more.  </p> <p>Dupuis-Witt holds a master’s of public health degree from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro and an undergraduate degree in anthropology from Arizona State University. <br></p> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/citymanagerNewscity-managerCity Manager
City of Phoenix Labor Day Informationhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/city-manager/2466City Manager8/31/2022 11:45:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2466/Newsroom_CMO_ARPA.jpgCity of Phoenix Labor Day Information<div class="ExternalClassA6D506A5A70E4F9F9430D9E115D96598"><html> <p>​<span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none">City of Phoenix offices will be closed Monday, Sept. 5, 2022 in observance of Labor Day. Here's how City services are affected:</span><span data-ccp-props="{"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span><br></p> <p> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> <strong>Solid Waste Collection:</strong> </span> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> Trash and recycling will be collected as usual. There will be no change in collection day. Please always place your trash and recycling containers four feet apart at the curb by 5:30 a.m.</span> <span data-ccp-props="{"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span> </p> <p> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> <strong>Transfer Stations:</strong> </span> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none">The 27th Avenue and North Gateway </span> <a rel="noreferrer noopener" target="_blank" href="/publicworks/garbage/disposable"> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> <span data-ccp-charstyle="Hyperlink">Transfer Stations</span> </span> </a> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> will be closed on Monday, Sept. 5.</span></p><p><span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"></span><span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;" lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"><strong>Library:</strong> </span><span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;"> </span><span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;" lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> Phoenix Public Library locations are closed on Monday, Sept. 5. All Phoenix Public Library book drops (with the exception of Century Library's book drop) and digital/eResources are available 24/7. Visit </span><span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;"> </span><a style="background-color:window;font-size:10pt;" rel="noreferrer noopener" target="_blank" href="https://www.phoenixpubliclibrary.org/"> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> <span data-ccp-charstyle="Hyperlink">phoenixpubliclibrary.org</span> </span> </a><span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;"> </span><span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;" lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> for more details.</span><span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;"> </span><span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;" data-ccp-props="{"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span></p> <p> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> <strong>Parking Meters</strong> </span> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> <strong>:</strong> All </span> <a rel="noreferrer noopener" target="_blank" href="/streets/parking-meters"> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> <span data-ccp-charstyle="Hyperlink">parking meters </span> </span> </a> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none">are enforced 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily, including weekends and holidays.</span> <span data-ccp-props="{"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span> </p> <p> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> <strong>Parks and Recreation Facilities</strong> </span> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> <strong>:</strong> City of Phoenix Community Centers will be closed on Monday, Sept. 5. </span> <a rel="noreferrer noopener" target="_blank" href="/parks/parks"> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> <span data-ccp-charstyle="Hyperlink">Parks</span> </span> </a> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> and </span> <a rel="noreferrer noopener" target="_blank" href="/parks/trails"> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> <span data-ccp-charstyle="Hyperlink">trails</span> </span> </a> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> will be open for regular ho​​urs outside of excessive heat watches, but please review </span> <a rel="noreferrer noopener" target="_blank" href="/parks/trails"> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> <span data-ccp-charstyle="Hyperlink">“Take a Hike. Do it Right."</span> </span> </a> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> safety guidelines before visiting a trail. </span> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="auto">Pueblo Grande Museum</span> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> will be closed on Monday, Sept. 5.</span> <span data-ccp-props="{"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span> </p> <p> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> <strong>Public Transit:</strong> </span> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> On Monday, Sept. 5, Valley Metro will operate on a Sunday schedule. There will be no RAPID and Express bus service. Customer Service will be closed. Metrocenter, Sunnyslope, Ed Pastor and Central Station transit centers also will be closed. Visit</span> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> </span> <a rel="noreferrer noopener" target="_blank" href="https://www.valleymetro.org/maps-schedules"> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> <span data-ccp-charstyle="Hyperlink">valleymetro.org</span> </span> </a> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> for more information.</span> <span data-ccp-props="{"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span> </p> <p> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none"> <strong>Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport: </strong> </span> <span lang="EN-US" data-contrast="none">Travel volume will be high due to the holiday weekend. Travelers are encouraged to arrive two hours prior to departure for domestic flights and three hours prior to departure for international flights. It's also important to reserve parking online as that can save time, money and guarantee a spot upon arrival to the airport. For drop offs and pick ups, please utilize the 44th St. PHX Sky Train® station to avoid traffic congestion.</span> <span data-ccp-props="{"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span> </p> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/citymanagerNewscity-managerCity Manager
Phoenix City Manager Names Interim Police Chiefhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/city-manager/2425City Manager7/29/2022 5:30:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2425/Newsroom_InterimChiefMichaelSullivan.pngPhoenix City Manager Names Interim Police Chief<div class="ExternalClass1EDC01237C02427A93A31C3DDFC1B8C1"><html> <p><span style="font-size:17.3333px;">Today, City Manager Jeff Barton announced that Michael Sullivan will join the Phoenix Police Department as interim Police Chief on September 12, 2022. Sullivan currently serves as Deputy Commissioner of the Compliance Bureau for the Baltimore Police Department (BPD).  </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:17.3333px;"> <span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-family:Calibri;">In May of this year, current Police Chief Jeri Williams <a target="_blank" href="/newsroom/city-manager/2330">informed City leadership of her intent to retire</a> after an impressive 33-year career in law enforcement. Chief Williams will begin her retirement after a transition period to assist in onboarding interim Chief Sullivan. </span> </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:17.3333px;"> <span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-family:Calibri;">As interim Chief, Sullivan will lead Phoenix Police through the currently open Department of Justice (DOJ) <a target="_blank" href="/police/doj">civil pattern or practice investigation</a>. “In the search for an interim Police Chief, it was my priority to identify a leader with the qualifications to guide the department through the DOJ investigation and propel the department forward,” said City Manager Jeff Barton. “Sullivan brings 27 years of law enforcement experience to the table, and he has led police reform efforts for major cities. His experience working in collaboration with communities, the DOJ, federal court and more gives me confidence he has the experience necessary to step into the interim Phoenix Police Chief role during this important time.” </span> </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:17.3333px;"> <span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-family:Calibri;">The interim assignment is expected to be for approximately 12-24 months. During this time, the City of Phoenix will conduct a robust nationwide search for a permanent Police Chief. The search will include multiple opportunities for community involvement. “I am committed to providing transparent and inclusive public engagement in the search for a permanent Chief,” Barton said. “Input from our community, officers, elected officials, and labor groups will be critical to the selection process.” </span> </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:17.3333px;"> <span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-family:Calibri;">Sullivan began his career in law enforcement with the Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD). He rose through the ranks during his more than two decades of various assignments with LMPD, and was appointed Deputy Chief/Chief of Staff (second in command) in 2015. In 2019, he joined BPD as Deputy Commissioner. There, he served in the Operations Bureau as well as led BPD’s reform efforts and brought the agency into initial compliance with a number of the mandates of its Federal Consent Decree, which is a court enforceable agreement to resolve the DOJ's findings from their 2017 investigation into BPD. Under his leadership, the agency made significant progress and moved the reform efforts from the development phase to implementation.  </span> </span></p> <p><span style="font-family:Calibri;font-size:17.3333px;"> <span style="color:windowtext;background-color:window;">S</span><span style="color:windowtext;background-color:window;">ullivan is a graduate of the Southern Police Institute’s Administrative Officers Course, the</span> <span style="color:windowtext;background-color:window;"> Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)/MacArthur Foundation Institute on Juvenile Justice at Yale University, and the Major Cities Chiefs Association Police Executive Leadership Institute. He holds a bachelor’s degree in police administration and a master’s degree in the administration of justice from the University of Louisville. <a target="_blank" href="/piosite/Documents/MichaelSullivanBiography.pdf">Read Michael Sullivan’s full biography.​</a> </span> </span></p><p><span style="font-family:Calibri;font-size:17.3333px;"><span style="" lang="EN-US" data-contrast="auto">Media availability with City Manager Jeff Barton and interim Chief Michael Sullivan will be offered in September.</span><span style="" data-ccp-props="{"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span><br></span></p> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/citymanagerNewscity-managerCity Manager
Supporting a Strong Recovery: Phoenix Approves Plans for Second Allocation of ARPA Fundinghttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/city-manager/2375City Manager6/8/2022 12:00:00 AMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2375/Newsroom_CityView_04.jpgSupporting a Strong Recovery: Phoenix Approves Plans for Second Allocation of ARPA Funding<div class="ExternalClassB8014203CD514BD49E4251A71F1AA51A"><html> <p> <span data-contrast="auto" lang="EN-US">Today, Phoenix City Council approved the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Second Tranche Strategic Plan, detailing how the City plans to spend the remaining $198 million in federal funding of its total $398 million allocation. Jurisdictions across the country received their Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds in tw​​​o tranches and on June 8, 2021, City Council agreed to approve ARPA programming per tranche. The funds are allocated to transformational one-time investments that improve the prospects of impacted residents and address economic and social disparities that have continued and worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic. </span> <span data-ccp-props="{"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span></p> <p> <span data-contrast="auto" lang="EN-US">“The City’s strategic use of ARPA funding strongly positioned the quick recovery, and new investments will be transformational for critical needs around affordable housing and homelessness,” said Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego. “This second tranche supports our most vulnerable residents and builds on proven success of creating a more equitable, sustainable, and promising future.”</span> <span data-ccp-props="{"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span></p><p><span data-contrast="auto" lang="EN-US">City Council approved the strategic plan for the first tranche of ARPA funds received by the City in June 2021.</span></p><p>The second tranche spending plan will fund a total of 31 programs, including: <br></p> <div> <div> <span data-contrast="auto" lang="EN-US"></span> </div> <div> <ul dir="" style=""> <li><p> <span data-contrast="auto" lang="EN-US">​$70.5 million in affordable housing and homelessness programs, <a target="_blank" href="/newsroom/human-services/2353">including a new shelter in partnership with Maricopa County located on 28th and Washington Streets​</a>.</span> <span data-ccp-props="{"134233279":true,"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span> </p></li> <li><p> $600,000 to continue the hotspot lending program at Phoenix Public Libraries.<span data-ccp-props="{"134233279":true,"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span> </p></li> <li><p> $6 million to increase tree canopy coverage and provide tree planting at schools.<span data-ccp-props="{"134233279":true,"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span> </p></li> <li><p> $3 million for shade structures in the public right-of-way.<span data-ccp-props="{"134233279":true,"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span> </p></li> <li><p> $2.9 million to improve parks with new playground elements and resurfacing of athletic courts.<span data-ccp-props="{"134233279":true,"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span> </p></li> <li><p> $7 million to continue the resilient food system programs that includes meal preparation and delivery, farmland preservation, food banks and pantry support, and more.<span data-ccp-props="{"134233279":true,"201341983":0,"335559739":160,"335559740":259}"> </span> </p></li> </ul> </div> </div> <p> <span data-contrast="auto" lang="EN-US">“The City of Phoenix is committed to being responsible stewards of the ARPA funding we have received, and we are diligent in tracking and reporting our efforts,” said Phoenix City Manager Jeff Barton. Residents are encouraged to visit the </span> <a href="https://stories.opengov.com/phoenixaz/published/9tz_vAiwC" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener"> <span data-contrast="none" lang="EN-US"> <span data-ccp-charstyle="Hyperlink">City’s ARPA website on Phoenix.gov</span></span></a><span data-contrast="auto" lang="EN-US">.</span> <span data-contrast="auto" lang="EN-US"> </span> <span data-contrast="auto" lang="EN-US">The website includes program summary information, allocations, expenditures, and is regularly updated to include performance measures and corresponding website links.</span> </p> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/citymanagerNewscity-managerCity Manager

 

 

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