|Free Fireworks Events in Phoenix - 2015||Free Fireworks Events in Phoenix - 2015|
|Building Phoenix, Planning and Development Services Department, Dec. 31, 2013||Building Phoenix, Planning and Development Services Department, Dec. 31, 2013|
|Free Fireworks in Phoenix, June 29, July 3 and July 4|
|PHXTV Live Stream|
|Talking Trash, Green Organics Curbside Program|
|News Conference - ADOT and DPS Officers will co-locate at Traffic Control Center||The Maricopa Association of Governments Regional Council voted to approve funding for a three-year pilot project, to co-locate three Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers and one DPS supervisor in the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) Traffic Operations Center. |
|On The Job - Danny Murphy, Aviation Department Director||Phoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher travels to Sky Harbor International Airport and talks with Aviation Director Danny Murphy.|
|How to Pay Your City Services Bill Online||City 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.|
|Uber commemorates opening of Center of Excellence in Phoenix||Uber executives, elected officials and employees join for the official opening of Uber's new Center of Excellence in downtown Phoenix.|
|Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting, Sept. 17, 2014 at Council Chambers||Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting, Sept. 17, 2014 at Council Chambers |
|Planning and Development Assistant Director Cindy Stotler - Doing What Matters||May is Building Safety Month, a public awareness campaign to help customers better understand what it takes to create safe, resilient, affordable and energy-efficient homes and buildings.
Cindy is a Phoenix native, a Certified Public Manager, and has both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Northern Arizona University. Cindy has worked for the City of Phoenix for 25 years and has held positions in four City departments. She has served as Planning & Development Assistant Director for 12 years.
Cindy is currently working on several projects to help streamline the development process, such as the Self-Certification Program which allows licensed professionals to attend city training and be certified to perform their own code compliance review.
|Joe Yahner Appointed as Phoenix Police Chief||City Manager Ed Zuercher has appointed Acting Chief Joe Yahner as the permanent police chief. Yahner has been the acting chief since December of 2014 and served as the acting chief several years ago.|
|City of Phoenix partners with APS to expand solar||The city of Phoenix is partnering with the City of Buckeye and Arizona Public Service to celebrate the completion of the 10-megawatt (MW) Desert Star Solar Plant – the ninth APS-owned and operated AZ Sun facility, which will provide enough solar energy to power the homes of 2,500 APS customers. The plant will also mark the completion of APS’s efforts to bring 170 MW of clean solar power to Arizona under the AZ Sun program. McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. is the engineering, procurement and construction contractor for the project. Guests will be able to visualize and learn about the various stages of constructing a solar plant.
|Retired Deputy City Manager Rick Naimark - Doing What Matters||Retired Deputy City Manager Rick Naimark - Doing What Matters|
|City of Phoenix Neighborhoods, Housing and Development Subcommittee Meeting - June 16, 2015||City of Phoenix Neighborhoods, Housing and Development Subcommittee Meeting - June 16, 2015|
|Employee Recognition at the Phoenix City Council Policy Session, Nov. 18, 2014,||Sharon Haynes, Law Department and Cindy Stotler, Planning and Development Department.|
|Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting, May 7, 2014, Union Contracts, part 1 of 4|
|Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting - May 27, 2015||Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting - May 27, 2015|
|Know Before You Go - Lost and Found - Verizon Super Bowl Central||Get your Phoenix Playbook information about What You Need to Know Before You Go to Super Bowl Central. There is a lost and found area as well as a Command Center for missing children or adults. You may want to go over a plan with your family if you do get separated.
|Your City Your Arts, Jobs||The arts not only provide entertainment for residents, but also provides jobs for thousands of employees in Phoenix.|
|Phoenix City Council Finance, Efficiency, Economy and Sustainability Subcommittee - June 17 2015||Phoenix City Council Finance, Efficiency, Economy and Sustainability Subcommittee - June 17 2015|
|Doing What Matters - Deputy Fire Chief Shelly Jamison||Doing What Matters - Deputy Fire Chief Shelly Jamison|
|On The Job - Kevin Grapes, Public Works Department, Superintendent Solid Waste||City Manager Ed Zuercher talks with Kevin Grapes about how the Public Works Department coordinates with Streets and Parks and Recreation Departments on cleaning monsoon storm damage. (r)|
|Talking Trash at Phoenix Public Works Department, Nov. 7, 2014||Hosts Yvette Roeder and Stephanie Romero check out how Fire Station 50 composts and recycles, take at tour of the transfer station and find out where all the trash goes. Also, learn about the Waste Characterization Study and find out who's the latest Public Works Department Shining Star.|
|Housing Supportive Services Coordinator Zona Pacheco - Doing What Matters||The city has great partners for many different projects, but one in particular is a unique partnership program that was developed by city employee Zona Pacheco. Zona works with the Housing Department as a Housing Supportive Services Coordinator. She established an internship program with the Arizona State University School of Social Work that works with full time staff providing case management to over 450 Hope VI public housing residents.
Student interns from both the Masters and Bachelors Programs are provided real work experience providing case management and program development while earning their degree. Today, the program has grown to approximately 15 interns each year. Other partnerships with AARP and Phoenix Job Corps provide work based learning experiences at no cost to the city.|