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Mayor Gallego, Vice Mayor Garcia, Councilwomen Pastor, Guardado and Ansari's Statement on Anti-Accountability Bills https://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/district-5/1889City Council District 55/11/2021 7:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/1889/Newsroom_Council_Statement_05.jpgMayor Gallego, Vice Mayor Garcia, Councilwomen Pastor, Guardado and Ansari's Statement on Anti-Accountability Bills <div class="ExternalClassF31576B0C344455C821BE685DD5DD07C"><html> <div>"It is clear that our state leaders are out of touch with the residents we serve. Governor Ducey’s signature on bills HB 2462, HB 2567, and HB 2295 effectively silences the voices of our constituents. Residents in our districts have asked time and time again for accountability from our police department. These bills are meant to undermine accountability and take away decision-making authority from cities. Nevertheless, we remain undeterred. In Phoenix we are ready to make the Office of Accountability and Transparency a reality."<br></div> <div> <br> </div> <div>- Mayor Gallego, Vice Mayor Garcia, Councilwoman Pastor, Councilwoman Guardado & Councilwoman Ansari<br></div> </html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/district5Newsdistrict-5District 5BettyGuardado
Grand Canyon University | Neighborhood News with Councilwoman Guardadohttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/district-5/1865City Council District 54/22/2021 5:00:00 PMhttps://youtu.be/xEN-PxDsQqoGrand Canyon University | Neighborhood News with Councilwoman Guardado<div class="ExternalClass9F5DCE9B313C4A6FAF00E1C7AC133D1F"><html>On this edition of Neighborhood News, Councilwoman Guardado is on location in District 5 at the Grand Canyon University Golf Course with President Brian Mueller. The Councilwoman and President Mueller discuss GCU’S history, vaccination site, and their renowned golf course and restaurant. The Councilwoman also catches up with Alan, a Trevor G. Browne High School student and life-long Maryvale resident, who is a serious golfer at the GCU golf course. <div><span style="color:rgb(3, 3, 3);font-family:roboto, arial, sans-serif;font-size:14px;white-space:pre-wrap;background-color:rgb(249, 249, 249);">​​<br></span></div></html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/district5Videodistrict-5District 5BettyGuardado
Programa de Callejón Cerrado en Washington Park | Noticias del Vecindario con la Concejala Guardadohttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/district-5/1849City Council District 54/8/2021 7:00:00 PMhttps://youtu.be/H5_-nn2UjUoPrograma de Callejón Cerrado en Washington Park | Noticias del Vecindario con la Concejala Guardado<div class="ExternalClass36A561B6E1FF4425B89DB0B240097573"><html>​En esta edición de Neighborhood News, la concejal Guardado se encuentra en el vecindario Washington Park del Distrito 5, celebrando la instalación de un callejón cerrado, como parte de un programa piloto en toda la ciudad. El piloto del programa Gated Alley (GAPP) originalmente solo se proporcionó en dos áreas específicas en Royal Palm y Sunnyslope, pero la demanda reciente ha expandido las áreas elegibles para llegar a más vecindarios. El 5 de febrero de 2020, el Concejo Municipal aprobó expandir el piloto para incluir segmentos de callejones adicionales y aprobó $ 400,000 en fondos del Programa de Subvenciones de Vigilancia de Vecindarios para cubrir los costos.<br><br><div>GAPP es una oportunidad para instalar una puerta al final de cada callejón residencial como un nuevo enfoque para mejorar la seguridad, disuadir los vertidos ilegales, disminuir la actividad delictiva, el tráfico y otras actividades indeseables en su callejón.<br><br></div></html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/district5Videodistrict-5District 5BettyGuardado
Washington Park Neighborhood Gated Alley Pilot Pgm. | Neighborhood News with Councilwoman Guardadohttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/district-5/1850City Council District 54/8/2021 7:00:00 PMhttps://youtu.be/d1AUECgNYo4Washington Park Neighborhood Gated Alley Pilot Pgm. | Neighborhood News with Councilwoman Guardado<div class="ExternalClass47F74ACF063B463AAA5390171AD153E3"><html>​On this edition of Neighborhood News, Councilwoman Guardado is on location in District 5’s Washington Park Neighborhood, celebrating the installation of a gated alleyway, as part of a citywide pilot program. The Gated Alley Program Pilot (GAPP) originally was only provided in two specific areas in Royal Palm and Sunnyslope, but recent demand has expanded the eligible areas to reach more neighborhoods. On February 5, 2020,  City Council approved to expand the pilot to include additional alley segments and approved $400,000 in Neighborhood Watch Grant Program funds to cover the costs.<br><br><div>GAPP is an opportunity to install a gate at the end of each residential alley as a new approach to improve security, deter illegal dumping, decrease criminal activity, traffic, and other undesirable activities in your alley.<br></div></html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/district5Videodistrict-5District 5BettyGuardado
Refugees and Immigrants Community for Empowerment | Neighborhood News with Councilwoman Guardadohttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/district-5/1798City Council District 53/10/2021 7:00:00 PMhttps://youtu.be/K8ZN1u1aSHARefugees and Immigrants Community for Empowerment | Neighborhood News with Councilwoman Guardado<div class="ExternalClassAC626414C45E4ACA9D3F5D1B0EB6D47D"><html>​On this edition of Neighborhood News, Councilwoman Guardado is at the headquarters of Refugees and Immigrants Community for Empowerment (RICE) with Executive Director Dominic Braham, to learn about the services RICE provides refugees. The Councilman also meets, Jawad, a Phoenix resident who is originally from Iraq, to hear how RICE has helped him. The Councilwoman also provides an update on upcoming emergency rental and utility assistance funding to help residents. More information about these funds is available at:  Phoenix.gov/renthelp.<br></html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/district5Videodistrict-5District 5BettyGuardado
El Noticiero Del Vecindario | Refugees and Immigrants Community for Empowerment (RICE)https://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/district-5/1799City Council District 53/10/2021 7:00:00 PMhttps://youtu.be/48C9gKkS_IQEl Noticiero Del Vecindario | Refugees and Immigrants Community for Empowerment (RICE)<div class="ExternalClass1A10F6F8DCCC4F4488D8C9BF07EF3102"><html>​En esta edición de El Noticiero Del Vecindario, la Concejal Guardado visita la oficina de “Refugees and Immigrants Community for Empowerment” (RICE) para platicar con el Director Ejecutivo, Dominic Braham. Nos habla sobre todos los servicios que RICE ofrece a la comunidad, para ayudar a inmigrantes y refugiados de todas partes del mundo. La Concejal Guardado también platica con Pascuala, una residente de Phoenix que ha beneficiado de servicios brindados por RICE. Este video también nos explicará cómo usted puede recibir ayuda financiera para los gastos de renta, hipoteca y utilidades. Para más informes visite:  Phoenix.gov/renthelp <br><br></html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/district5Videodistrict-5District 5BettyGuardado
Neighborhood News with Phoenix Councilwoman Betty Guardado - Phoenix Parks COVID-19 Updatehttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/district-5/1733City Council District 51/15/2021 5:00:00 PMhttps://youtu.be/-KjoaOOMRPsNeighborhood News with Phoenix Councilwoman Betty Guardado - Phoenix Parks COVID-19 Update<div class="ExternalClassCE576B7095EB49968C911B9F49E5E02F"><html>​On this edition of Neighborhood News, Councilwoman Guardado is at El Oso Park in District 5 with Acting Parks Director Cynthia Aguilar to discuss available amenities and closures to help stop the spread of COVID-19. City parks, trails and golf courses have remained open throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, but use of select park amenities and all sports complexes is being restricted. Effective December 3, 2020 the City Council vote also included closure of ramadas, picnic tables, fitness equipment, basketball and volleyball courts, and sports complexes. The closures and cancellations will be in place until the COVID-19 community spread metric returns to the moderate level in Maricopa County, as monitored by the Arizona Department of Health Services. To learn more about Councilwoman Guardado, her staff and the work they are doing in District 5, visit: Phoenix.gov/District 5.<br><div><br></div></html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/district5Videodistrict-5District 5BettyGuardado
Councilwoman Guardado’s Statement on the Racist Attack on Vice Mayor Goode’s Memorial https://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/district-5/1704City Council District 51/12/2021 9:45:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/1704/Newsroom_Council_Statement_05.jpgCouncilwoman Guardado’s Statement on the Racist Attack on Vice Mayor Goode’s Memorial <div class="ExternalClass9439FDEDBF764FA6BD4F9C1E9684B62D"><html>​“As friends and family gathered virtually to commemorate the inspiring life and leadership of Vice Mayor Calvin Goode, racist hackers used the opportunity to spew their vile hate for all to hear. Make no mistake, the City of Phoenix will use every resource at its disposal to find and prosecute those responsible. Hate has no place in our great city. Vice Mayor Goode knew that and lived a life of purpose to make those words a reality.<br><br>I am dismayed by today's hateful defilement of Vice Mayor Goode's memorial. I extend my heartfelt condolences to the Goode family for their loss and for today's attack. I also give them my steadfast commitment that I will continue fighting to make the City of Phoenix a place where discrimination in any form is not tolerated." <br></html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/district5Newsdistrict-5District 5BettyGuardado

 

 

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