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Section 8 Housing Voucher Program Information - City UpdateSection 8/Housing Choice Voucher program is accepting applications beginning May 23 through May 27 or until 10,000 applications are received.
No Burn Days - City UpdateNo Burn Days - City Update
City Update - Head Start ProgramThe City of Phoenix Head Start Program is actively recruiting infants & young children to their programs. Parents can learn more about qualifications on how to apply. For more info, go to www.phoenix.gov/headstart
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!
Let's Move! Outside! - Inside PhoenixLet's Move! Outside! - Inside #Phoenix
Phoenix City Council Finance, Efficiency, Economy and Sustainability Subcommittee - April 20, 2016Phoenix City Council Finance, Efficiency, Economy and Sustainability Subcommittee - April 20, 2016
Free Fireworks at Phoenix ParksThe Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department presents three fireworks shows.
Talking Trash, Green Organics Curbside Program
Scooptacular Summer Youth Hiring - On The Go with Vice Mayor Kate GallegoVice Mayor Kate Gallego highlights the city’s youth employment program in her latest segment of On the Go. She interviews the owner of Laveen-based business Scooptacular and one of his current employees, a graduate of the employment program, about its benefits for both businesses and the young adults that participate.
H.E.R.O Veteran Job FairEager veterans made their way back to school in search of jobs at the H.E.R.O Career Fair. With a priority pass, vets were given an hour to talk with local businesses before opening up the event to the general public. The H.E.R.O. Initiative is a program designed to address the high unemployment rate among veterans. As part of the initiative, the city is working with a broad coalition of community stakeholders and employers to host H.E.R.O. Hiring Events.
On The Job, Becky Hulett, Parks and Recreation Aquatics Supervisor
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton - State of the City Address, April 8, 2015Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton delivers his State of the City Address, April 8, 2015
On the Job, Albert Santana, Light Rail Administrator
Hiking Safety Campaign - Take a Hike Do it RightThe city launched a public awareness campaign about hiking safety. Campaign is called Take a Hike. Do it Right. This educational campaign is a joint partnership between Parks, Police, Fire, the Hotel Industry, and Maricopa County Department of Public Health.
Inside Phoenix - Self-Defense ClassInstructor Jui Chiu teaches city employees and residents to empower themselves with effective and easy to master self-defense techniques.
Inside Phoenix, Neighborhood Stabilization Program Helps First Time Home Buyers
Sizzling Safe Summer Pool Party - Inside PhoenixThe Sizzling Safe Summer Pool Party at Harmon Park Pool was a lot of fun. The City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department Aquatics Division and the Phoenix Revitalization Corporation hosted the event to teach water safety. “Know the 5 to stay alive” is a key message of water safety consisting of; 1 - All non-swimmers wear life jackets, 2 - Learn to swim, 3 - Constant supervision. 4 - Barricade the water, 5 - Learn CPR. Along with the music, dancing, food and games neighborhood residents could learn about the Adopt-a-Pool-Fence Program offered by the United Phoenix Firefighters Charities which builds permanent pool fences for families that qualify.
New Members of the Executive Team - On the Issues with Councilwoman Thelda WilliamsOn this episode of “On the Issues,” Councilwoman Williams hosts two of the city’s newest department directors in studio for one-on-one interviews. In one segment, she introduces new Parks and Recreation Department Director Inger Erickson and in the other she hosts new Housing Department Director Cindy Stotler. In both segments, the councilwoman learns more about each director’s career and explores their hopes and goals for their respective departments.
Inside Phoenix - The IntersectionInside Phoenix - The Intersection
News Conference - Compliance Assistance Program – Jan. 25, 2016Councilman Michael Nowakowski of District 7, encourages residents with past due traffic fines to consider Compliance Assistance Program.
City Update - Landlord Tenant CounselingPHXTV Station manager, Deborah Sedillo Dugan, finds out how the Neighborhood Services Department Landlord Tenant Counseling program provides education to both landlords and tenants on their rights under the Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act from Landlord/Tenant Counselor Sharron Sauls. The Neighborhood Services Department is home to the only city-run certified Landlord/Tenant Counseling Program in Arizona. For more information go to: https://www.phoenix.gov/nsd/programs/landlord-tenant-counseling
Phoenix City Council Policy Session - May 3, 2016Phoenix City Council Policy Session - May 3, 2016
Fire Ban for Mountain and Desert Preserves Starts May 15, 2015The Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department will ban open fires in city mountain and desert preserves starting Friday, May 15, 2015. In consultation with the Phoenix Fire Department, smoking and charcoal fires are included in the ban due to the extreme fire danger that the combination of low humidity, increasing temperatures and frequent high winds create each spring. Additional information about the ban is available at phoenix.gov/parks.
City Update, Stop Mosquitos and Prevent West Nile Virus in Your Neighborhood
Learn About The Hispanic History Property SurveyLearn about The Hispanic History Property Survey in this educational video about Phoenix history.