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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.
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!.
Vice Mayor Jim Waring - On the Issues, Human Trafficking Awareness, Jan. 12, 2015For this episode of “On the Issues,” Vice Mayor Waring dedicated his monthly show time for an in-depth in-studio interview with Phoenix Police Sgt. Chris Bray, who has years of experience, many of them undercover, in the city’s vice and drug enforcement units. Hosted by PHXTV’s Deb Sedillo Dugan, Sgt. Bray defines human trafficking, discusses who may be vulnerable, how to spot a potential victim and how to report suspected trafficking activity. The show is designed to offer concrete training and guidance to parents, teachers or anyone who routinely comes across or works with youths or at-risk individuals. Because he currently works undercover, Sgt. Bray’s identity is concealed in the video by means of special lighting that shows only a profile.
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.
Your City Your Arts, JobsThe arts not only provide entertainment for residents, but also provides jobs for thousands of employees in Phoenix.
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.
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!
Doing What Matters with City Manager Ed ZuercherCity Manager Ed Zuercher recaps last year's "On The Job" segments where over 50 city employees were featured doing what they do best, serving the community. This year, the new segment will be renamed to "Doing What Matters." The new weekly show will feature city employees at work and making a difference for customers.
Arizona Super Bowl Media Day produced by PHXTV Electronic Media TeamArizona Super Bowl Media Day produced by PHXTV Electronic Media Team
Destination - Phoenix Sky Harbor International AirportSee the latest at America's Friendlies Airport.
City Update - Youth Build, Phoenix Economic Development DepartmentKimberly Faust, Youth Workforce Development Supervisor talks with Deborah Sedillo Dugan about the services offered at YouthBuild.
Know Before You Go - Parking Garages and Spaces- Verizon Super Bowl CentralGet your Phoenix Playbook information about What You Need to Know Before You Go to Super Bowl Central. Parking Meters are all around the downtown area. Learn about costs, hours and the different ways you can pay for them.
Let's Talk Transit - Transportation.orgThe Phoenix Public Transit Department wants your input on creating the future of Phoenix transportation.
City Manager Ed Zuercher Message, Nov. 25, 2014City Manager Ed Zuercher Message, Nov. 25, 2014
City Council Formal Meeting, Feb. 4, 2015City Council Formal Meeting, Feb. 4, 2015
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.
Scaling the Rock Wall at Super Bowl CentralPhoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, Councilmembers Laura Pastor, Bill Gates and Michael Nowakowski demonstrate their rock climbing skills at Super Bowl Central.
Super Bowl Central Pep Rally at Phoenix City HallMayor Greg Stanton warming up with fellow City Councilmembers and City Manager Ed Zuercher to welcome fans to downtown Phoenix for Super Bowl Central and NFL Experience.
Phoenix Employee Retirement Information Session, Oct. 16, 2014Videotaped Oct. 16 at Phoenix Council Chambers. NOTE: The Retirement website address shown and referred to in this presentation has changed. The website address is now phoenix.gov/copers.
I Cycle Phoenix - 20 Year Bike Master Plan from the Street Transportation DepartmentMore and More people are bicycling in Phoenix -- I Cycle Phoenix is a show that takes a look at the 20 Year Master Bike Plan that was adopted and highlights popular bicycling routes throughout the city. From south Mountain to the Sonoran Preserves in the Northeast and other bike routes in between, this beautifully produced show talks to advocates who helped create the plan and also shows how bicycling has evolved in Phoenix. Hear from enthusiasts why they bike Phoenix and take in the breathtaking views of the diverse landscape and bikeway facilities. Enjoy.
Inside Phoenix, Phoenix Chinese Week Feb. 7 - 9 at Margaret T. Hance Park, 1202 N. 3rd Street
Shaw Butte Elementary NFL Play60 ChallengeShaw Butte Elementary NFL Play60 Challenge
Talking Trash, Green Organics Curbside Program
City Update - Parking Meters Fee ChangesPHXTV Station Manager Deborah Sedillo talks with Matt Heil of the Streets Transportation Department about the increase in fees for parking meters that take effect Aug. 18, 2014.

 

 

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