Phoenix Announces Next Police Chief Jeri WilliamsPhoenix Announces Next Police Chief Jeri Williams
Phoenix Section 8 Housing Information - City UpdateThe city of Phoenix Housing Department will accept online applications for the Section 8/Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program beginning at 9 a.m. Monday, Aug. 8 through Friday, Aug. 12 at 5 p.m. Once the application period closes, 10,000 applicants will be randomly selected using a lottery system and will be placed on the wait list. "We are thrilled that Phoenix can now offer this program electronically versus having residents stand in long lines and fill out applications by hand," said Cindy Stotler, Housing Department Director. "Customer service comes first and in order to better serve our customers, the online application will be offered in English and Spanish, residents will have several days to apply, and everyone will have an equal opportunity to get on the wait list through a lottery selection process." Residents are required to complete their applications ONLINE ONLY at phoenix.gov/housing. Public facilities such as libraries and community centers will provide computer access at no cost. The city's HCV program is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and is available for low-income individuals and families to provide safe and decent affordable housing. Program participants pay at least 30 percent of their adjusted gross monthly income toward their rent to a private landlord of their choice and the program pays the landlord the remaining balance of the rent. Families from the Section 8 wait list are selected in accordance with HUD requirements and local preferences.
Building Phoenix, Planning and Development Services Department, Dec. 31, 2013Building Phoenix, Planning and Development Services Department, Dec. 31, 2013
City Update-- Job Help
Christine Mackay, Phoenix Community Economic Director explains why the City of Phoenix is Hot!Christine Mackay, Phoenix Community Economic Director explains why the City of Phoenix is Hot!
How to Pay Your City Services Bill OnlineCity of Phoenix water customers have several different ways to pay their city services bill online. Find out all options and get step by step instructions.
Fire Line - Phoenix Fire Department - Recruit TrainingPhoenix Fire Department recruit training is highlighted in this episode
Your City Your Arts, JobsThe arts not only provide entertainment for residents, but also provides jobs for thousands of employees in Phoenix.
Permit Like a Pro - When do I Need A PermitThe City of Phoenix Planning and Development Department reviews the circumstances for which a building permit is necessary.
Inside Phoenix - Self-Defense ClassInstructor Jui Chiu teaches city employees and residents to empower themselves with effective and easy to master self-defense techniques.
Halloween Events in Phoenix 2015City of Phoenix Halloween and Fall Events - #Halloween Events in #Phoenix 2015
Water Works - Water Supplies, Past, Present and Future, Part 2 of 2Host Ken Kroski interviews Water Services Director Kathryn Sorensen, AZ Municipal Water Users Assoicaion Executive Director Kathleen Ferris, and CAP's Mike Lacey.
Talking Trash, SAY R and R solid waste program
The Amazing Library Card - City of Phoenix Public LibraryThe Amazing Library Card - City of Phoenix Public Library
YESPHX Phoenix Union High School District - Part 1In his latest #yesphx segment, Vice Mayor Daniel Valenzuela hosts the first of a four-segment series featuring Phoenix Union High School District, the largest in the state with nearly 28,000 students. In this opening segment, Vice Mayor Valenzuela interviews Interim Superintendent Chad Gestson about the size and scope of the district, its dozens of specialty programs and schools and its importance to the local economy.
Reimagine Phoenix - 12Garden Gail shows how earthworms can be our gardening friends. We’ll wrap up Public Works’ involvement during the Super Bowl events and learn how local hackers can help residents divert more waste.
On The Job - Michelle Dodds, Phoenix Historic Preservation OfficerPhoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher hears about the recent renovation made to Historic City Hall and other interesting facts about Phoenix Historic Preservation.
Workforce Connection is a One-Stop Career Center for Job SeekersWorkforce Connection is a One-Stop Career Center for job seekers and businesses who are looking for that right job applicant. Learn about the many resources provided including job listings, workshops, job fairs, resume preparation, career development and more. Cynthia Spell Tweh, deputy director for Workforce Connection outlines the One-Stop Career Center.
Destination - Phoenix Sky Harbor International AirportSee the latest at America's Friendlies Airport.
Phoenix Service Line Protection Partnership Program with Service Line Warranties of AmericaPhoenix Service Line Protection Partnership Program with Service Line Warranties of America Connect to the City of Phoenix on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube: Facebook users click here http://www.Facebook.com/cityofphoenix Twitter users click here https://twitter.com/CityofPhoenixAZ or follow at @CityofPhoenixAZ; @watchphx11 Subscribe to our YouTube channel at http://www.Youtube.com/cityofphoenixaz Watch Phoenix 11 live on the web http://phoenix.gov/citygovernment/phx11/index.html
Doing What Matters - Riann Balch, Human Services Program CoordinatorCity Manager Ed Zuercher talks with Human Services Program Coordinator Riann Balch about the city's homeless issues, and programs such as "Housing First".
Building Phoenix - Planning Development Department, Oct. 10, 2014A special edition of the Building Phoenix show focuses on the adaptive reuse of the former Beef Eaters into The Newton, featuring Southern Rail, Changing Hands Bookstore and Southwest Gardener. The program explores The city's Adaptive Reuse process, to give new life to old buildings; the Self-Certification Program that saves time and money by allowing city certified architects and engineers to review and approve their own plans; as well as transit oriented development, and much more!.
The Amazing Library Card - Phoenix Public LibraryWhat’s the most important card to have in your wallet? A Phoenix Public Library card! With your Phoenix Public Library card, you too can possess the power of checking out up to 35 physical items from one of our 17 locations; have immediate access to thousands of eBooks, eMusic and eVideo; and be the first to know about premiere family events…just to name a few! A library card from Phoenix Public Library is your all-access pass to a world of knowledge! Check out books, magazines, Audiobooks, DVDs and CDs at any of our Valley locations,or access our online collection eResources anywhere, anytime. It’s all free with your library card. For more information, call 602-262-4636 or visit phoenixpubliclibrary.org​. Phoenix Public Library is a system of 16 branch libraries and the Burton Barr Central Library.
Talking Trash - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Phoenix Sustainability, Housing, Efficiency and Neighborhoods Subcommittee - September 20, 2016Phoenix Sustainability, Housing, Efficiency and Neighborhoods Subcommittee - September 20, 2016