Free Fireworks Events in Phoenix - 2015Free Fireworks Events in Phoenix - 2015
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.
Free Fireworks in Phoenix, June 29, July 3 and July 4
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!.
Talking Trash, Green Organics Curbside Program
Building Phoenix, Planning and Development Services Department, Dec. 31, 2013Building Phoenix, Planning and Development Services Department, Dec. 31, 2013
Your City Your Arts, JobsThe arts not only provide entertainment for residents, but also provides jobs for thousands of employees in Phoenix.
Talking Trash, SAY R and R solid waste program
Lunch Time Theater at the Herberger Theater Center in PhoenixLooking for something fun to do at lunch time? How about a show! The Herberger Theater Center in Phoenix is offering a Lunch Time Theater featuring emerging and diverse theater companies, watch this video for more information.
City Update - Phoenix Sustainability Officer - Mark HartmanMark Hartman is the new Chief Sustainability Officer for the City of Phoenix. In this City Update, PHXTV Station Manager Deborah Sedillo Dugan talks with Mark on his plans for making Phoenix a sustainable city.
Fire Line - Phoenix Fire Department - Recruit TrainingPhoenix Fire Department recruit training is highlighted in this episode
Joe Yahner Appointed as Phoenix Police ChiefCity 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.
Reimagine Phoenix InitiativeThis video gives an overview and update on the Reimagine Phoenix initiative that has a goal of achieving a 40 percent waste diversion rate by 2020. This highlights the results of a recent waste characterization study conducted by the Public Works Department and the creation of a Resource Innovation Campus, which will house businesses and entrepreneurs in the waste-to-new product industries.
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.
City Dog Leash Ordinance - City UpdateIf you ever wondered what the Leash Ordinance for dogs in city parks is Deborah Sedillo Dugan finds out from Acting Parks and Recreation Director Inger Erickson.
Phoenix Fire Department Fireworks Safety DemonstrationPhoenix Firefighters demonstrate the correct way to use permissible fireworks. The sale of permissible fireworks stated on May 20 and will go through July 6. The use of permissible fireworks is allowed from June 24 through July 6. The penalty for selling, buying or using fireworks outside the permissible dates a civil fine of $1000. Use of fireworks on preservation land owned by the City of Phoenix is a Class 1 Misdemeanor with a $10000 fine. Fireworks of any kind are dangerous and the Phoenix Fire Department encourages citizens to go to one of the many public fireworks displays in Phoenix.
News Conference - ADOT and DPS Officers will co-locate at Traffic Control CenterThe 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.
Phoenix Celebrates Redevelopment of Former Hazardous Waste SiteThe city of Phoenix, Harrison Properties and partner agencies are celebrating the redevelopment of a former hazardous waste site. Join city officials during a groundbreaking ceremony to revitalize a brownfields property and restore it into productive use. The property will be redeveloped into 171,640 square feet of industrial warehouse space with great proximity to downtown Phoenix and freeways. This project marks the successful collaboration between Harrison Properties, the city of Phoenix, Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, Environmental Protection Agency and Maricopa County.
Destination - Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport - Show 48This edition of Destination: Phoenix Sky Harbor features stories on small business recognition at the airport, a look at how automated passport kiosks will be more efficient for international travelers, and more.
Fire Line - Phoenix Fire Department Safety Program"Fireline," is produced by the Phoenix Fire Department with informaton about keeping your family safe.
News Conference - Phoenix Police Is Hiring Police OfficersAt this news conference on Aug. 11, Phoenix Mayor Greg, City Council members, City Manager Ed Zuercher and Police Chief Daniel V. Garcia announce the department will start hiring Police Officers.
Talking Trash - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
City of Phoenix Neighborhoods, Housing and Development Subcommittee Meeting - June 16, 2015City of Phoenix Neighborhoods, Housing and Development Subcommittee Meeting - June 16, 2015
Phoenix City Manager's Trial Budget Video 2015Phoenix City Manager's Trial Budget Video 2015
Housing Supportive Services Coordinator Zona Pacheco - Doing What MattersThe 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.