Building Phoenix, Planning and Development Services Department, Dec. 31, 2013Building Phoenix, Planning and Development Services Department, Dec. 31, 2013
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!.
Inside Phoenix - Self-Defense ClassInstructor Jui Chiu teaches city employees and residents to empower themselves with effective and easy to master self-defense techniques.
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 2020 – Cesar Chavez Park improvementsIn this segment of Phoenix 2020, Councilman Nowakowski is on location in District 7 at the grand opening celebration of new amenities at Cesar Chavez Park, 35th Avenue and Baseline Road. The segment features two short interviews, the first with Parks and Recreation Department Director Inger Erickson and the second with Parks and Recreation Board Chair Roger Peck. The improvements include a new, two-acre dog park that features separate areas for small and large dogs, drinking fountains for dogs, seating areas, and grass and decomposed granite surfaces as well as a new performance stage and soccer fields.
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!
Talking Trash - Episode 14In this episode of Talking Trash, we sat down with Councilwoman Laura Pastor, who is an avid recycler, and talked about different materials that can be placed in the blue recycling bin or should be donated instead. Then our Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) coordinator gives tips that you need to know before you go to the next HHW event. You’ll meet our new recycling coordinator who will answer the most-asked recycling questions from our social media followers; and finally, you will get a glimpse of what happens at Phoenix Public Works’ customer service section.
Cool In Your Zip - The Musical Instrument Museum - 85050The Musical Instrument Museum is in the 85050 and not only is it the largest museum of its kind in the world … it’s also Cool in your Zip!
Building Phoenix, City and County One-Stop Permitting, May 2014In this segment, see how the City's Planning and Development Department has teamed with the County's permitting function to allow for a one-stop construction permit.
Buying a Home - Dreams Do Come True - Section 32 HousingThe Section 32 Homeownership Program is offered to first-time homebuyers who are at or below 80% the Area Median Income (AMI), and who will use the home as their primary residence. The purchase price will be the current appraised value of the home. Eligible properties must pass a Housing Quality Standards (HQS) Inspection. Homeownership, financial fitness and hands-on maintenance classes are also required.
City Update - Neighborhood Services delivers a Power Washer that removes GraffitiThe City of Phoenix Neighborhood Services Department has a new tool for removing graffiti. This high pressure power washer is used to remove paint and markings on sidewalks. In this short interview, Station Manager Deborah Sedillo Dugan talks with NSD's Adela Torres about the various tools residents can use to remove graffiti and keep their neighborhood clean.
Hashtag yesphx launchesIn this #yesphx segment, recorded from Phoenix City Hall, Vice Mayor Valenzuela interviews entrepreneur and #yesphx creator Jonathan Cottrell, who recently gave the city permission to use the hashtag and Twitter Connect to the City of Phoenix on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
Love Your BlockLove Your Block
Alternative to sandbags - Be prepared for monsoon floodingAlternative to sandbags? - Be prepared for monsoon flooding #PHXstorm
Volunteer Phoenix Hydration StationsThe Resilience AmeriCorps Team, with leadership from Mayor Stanton, led the We’re Cool initiative to connect low-income transit users to water and cooling stations in the Valley. Sixteen year old Kaden Heywood coordinated volunteers for the three-day initiative as part of his Eagle Scout project. Vice Mayor Kate Gallego and Councilman Nowakowski participated in the first day of the event.
News Conference - iWork Facility Opens​The Housing Department is celebrating the grand opening of the iWORK (Improving Work Opportunities and Resident Knowledge) Office to help low-income public housing residents secure higher paying jobs.
Cool In Your Zip - Encanto Park - 85007Check out one of Forbes Magazine's Best City Parks in America! In Phoenix's 85007, this park has it all from an amusement park to golf courses and a lagoon for paddle boating... plus much more! Encanto Park is Cool in Your Zip!
Mayor Greg Stanton's State of the City Address 2017Mayor Greg Stanton's State of the City Address 2017
Homeless Program Coordinator Kristina Blea - Doing What MattersThis week Phoenix City Manager, Ed Zuercher, talks to Homeless Program Coordinator Kristina Blea about how the city of Phoenix provides services to the homeless year round.
Inside Phoenix - Phoenix Suns 'Week of Service'In support of the City of Phoenix's Graffiti Busters Program, 30 Suns volunteers kick of their annual Week of Service by removing graffiti in a local neighborhood.
City Arborist Richard Adkins - Doing What MattersOn this episode of Doing What Matters we talk to the City of Phoenix Arborist, Richard Adkins.
Inside Phoenix - Desert Sage Library Celebrates 20 YearsThe western most branch in the City of Phoenix, Desert Sage Library recently celebrated its 20 year anniversary. Special reading by Poet Laureate, Rosemarie Dombrowski.
Pavement Assessment Ride-Along - Gateway to PhoenixIn this segment of Gateway to Phoenix, Councilman Gates is on location in District 3 to check out the Streets Department’s Pavement Assessment Van with Rubben Lolly, a civil engineer with the city’s Streets Department. The van has special monitoring equipment that allows the operator to make immediate, real-time assessments of pavement quality while at cruising speed. This allows the Streets Department to assess miles of pavement on city streets to set priorities for re-paving and repair projects. In addition to learning details about the van, the councilman also got to ride along with the van to see how its technology is put to work to keep streets smooth and safe.
Your City Your Arts, JobsThe arts not only provide entertainment for residents, but also provides jobs for thousands of employees in Phoenix.
121 New Homes in South Phoenix Village - News ConferenceThe South Phoenix Village infill redevelopment project will turn 121 vacant lots in the neighborhood into new, energy efficient, single-family homes. The new infill homes will increase sustainability of the area by increasing owner occupancy in the area located between Corona Avenue to Roeser Road and 24 to 32 streets.