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.
Halloween Events in Phoenix 2015City of Phoenix Halloween and Fall Events - #Halloween Events in #Phoenix 2015
Special City Council Meeting Fillmore and Fourth Avenue RFP November 4, 2015Special City Council Meeting Fillmore and Fourth Avenue RFP November 4, 2015
Permit Like a Pro - When do I Need A PermitThe City of Phoenix Planning and Development Department reviews the circumstances for which a building permit is necessary.
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.
Phoenix City Council Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee Meeting - November 10, 2015Phoenix City Council Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee Meeting - November 10, 2015
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.
Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting - October 28, 2015Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting - October 28, 2015
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!.
Human Services Department Program Coordinator Tamyra Spendley - Doing What MattersPhoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher talks with Community Initiatives department Program Coordinator Tamyra Spendley of the Human Services Department about the city of Phoenix efforts to stop Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence.
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.
City Council Transportation Infrastructure Subcommittee Meeting, Dec. 9, 2014City Council Transportation Infrastructure Subcommittee Meeting, Dec. 9, 2014
H.E.R.O Veteran Job FairEager veterans made their way back to school in search of jobs at the H.E.R.O Career Fair. With a priority pass, vets were given an hour to talk with local businesses before opening up the event to the general public. The H.E.R.O. Initiative is a program designed to address the high unemployment rate among veterans. As part of the initiative, the city is working with a broad coalition of community stakeholders and employers to host H.E.R.O. Hiring Events.
On the Issues with Phoenix Councilwoman Thelda Williams - May 2015On this episode of “On the Issues,” Councilwoman Williams will host representatives from two non-profits that train and match service and therapy dogs to people in need. In the first segment, the councilwoman hosts a volunteer trainer from Guide Dogs for the Blind and a puppy in training, Lorne. In the second segment, she and her guests discuss Gabriel's Angels, a non-profit that brings healing pet therapy to at-risk children. She also gets to meet “Snickers,” a canine team member and her handler Ann Kendall.
City Update-- Phoenix Public LibraryJesse Anderson and Alison Brite from the Phoenix Public Library talk about the storytime workshops offered at the libraries across the city and how it has a positive effect on a child's development.
Fire Line - Phoenix Fire Department Safety Program"Fireline," is produced by the Phoenix Fire Department with informaton about keeping your family safe.
Gateway to Phoenix with Councilman Bill Gates - North 32nd Street ImprovementsPhoenix City Councilman Bill Gates talks to City of Phoenix Street Transportation Director Ray Dovalina about the plans for improvements along 32nd St. north of State Route 51. Councilman Gates also participates in the North 32nd "Cruisin with Bill Gates" Community Bike Ride and Festival.
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.
Phoenix Global Links Aviation Business LuncheonPhoenix Sister Cities: Global Links Business Outlook Luncheon As a growing region with new airline routes developing and a bustling aerospace industry, Phoenix is a leader in the aviation sector. This program provides insight and helps viewers learn more about recent developments in the aviation industry and how they impact business in the Valley. At the luncheon, which is hosted by Phoenix Sister Cities, focused on trends in the commercial aviation industry and featured guest speakers: • Bill Gates, Phoenix City Councilman, District 3 • Orin Anderson, director of Business Development, Pinnacle Aviation • Mary Niemczyk, Ph.D., director of Aviation Programs, Arizona State University College of Technology and Innovation • Deborah Ostreicher, deputy aviation director, Phoenix Aviation Department Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton - State of the City Address, April 8, 2015Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton delivers his State of the City Address, April 8, 2015
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Phoenix City Council Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee Meeting - October 27, 2015Phoenix City Council Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee Meeting - October 27, 2015
Planning and Development Assistant Director Cindy Stotler - Doing What MattersMay 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.
Building Phoenix, Planning and Development Services Department, Dec. 31, 2013Building Phoenix, Planning and Development Services Department, Dec. 31, 2013
On The Job - Michelle Dodds, Phoenix Historic Preservation OfficerPhoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher hears about the recent renovation made to Historic City Hall and other interesting facts about Phoenix Historic Preservation.