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Free Fireworks at Phoenix ParksThe Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department presents three fireworks shows.
Family Fireworks Events in PhoenixWant to know where the best family friendly fireworks in Phoenix are? Look no further. This short video lists all the fireworks shows at Phoenix city parks.
Inside Phoenix - It's Hot — Be SafeInside Phoenix - It's Hot — Be Safe
4th of July Firework Promo 2014
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
Free Fireworks in Phoenix, June 29, July 3 and July 4
4th of July Free Events at Maryvale Baseball Park and Steele Indian School Park
Water Works - Water Supplies Past, Present and Future, Part 1 of 2
Alternative to sandbags - Be prepared for monsoon floodingAlternative to sandbags? - Be prepared for monsoon flooding #PHXstorm
Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting - July 1, 2016 - Part 2 of 2Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting - July 1, 2016 - Part 2 of 2
Talking Trash, Green Organics Curbside Program
City of Phoenix Police Chief Recruitment Candidate Forum - June 6, 2016City of Phoenix Police Chief Recruitment Candidate Forum - June 6, 2016
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!.
Destination - Phoenix Sky Harbor International AirportSee the latest at America's Friendlies Airport.
News Conference, Fire Works Laws in Effect and Demonstration on the Dangers of Fire Works
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!
On the Job, Albert Santana, Light Rail Administrator
Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting - June 1, 2016Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting - June 1, 2016
Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting - June 22, 2016Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting - June 22, 2016
Animal Tethering Ordinance and Outstanding Young Man And Woman - On the Issues with Councilwoman Thelda WilliamsOn this episode of “On the Issues,” Councilwoman Thelda Williams discusses the city’s new anti-tethering ordinance and ways to prevent and report animal cruelty and keep animals safe, especially during the summer heat. The segment includes Kellye Pinkleton from the Humane Society of the United States and Det. Jemima Schmidt from the Phoenix Police Department. In the second half of the show, she hosts District 1’s Outstanding Young Man, Yash Patel, and Outstanding Young Woman, Tequasia Harris, of the Year. Mr. Patel described his work with Project Fresh Start and Ms. Harris explained the work she did on behalf of community food banks. Both recipients also discussed their plans for the future and offered advice to younger students.
Free Fireworks Events in Phoenix - 2015Free Fireworks Events in Phoenix - 2015
City Update - ASU Law School - Construction Update in Downtown PhoenixPhoenix Economic Development Project Manager Jeremy Legg explains construction process for the Arizona Center for Law and Society that recently broke ground in downtown Phoenix.
News Conference - Councilmen Sal DiCiccio and Michael Nowakowski propose ordinance on drones, Aug. 19, 2014At this news conference, Phoenix City Councilmen Sal DiCiccio and Michael Nowakowski released a draft ordinance related to the use of drones by private individuals as well as the Phoenix Police Department. The ordinance will ensure Phoenix leads the way in the nation in protecting personal privacy, with respect to the use of drones.
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".
It's All About Air Quality - Joe Gibbs Environmental Quality SpecialistJoe Gibbs has worked for the Office of Environmental Programs as an Environmental Quality Specialist for 15 years…..he ensures that City facilities, operations and properties comply with all air pollution regulations while helping to coordinate regional programs for dust control and cleaner air here in the Valley.