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No Burn Days - City UpdateNo Burn Days - City Update
Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting - January 20, 2016Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting - January 20, 2016
Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting - January 6, 2016Phoenix City Council Formal Meeting - January 6, 2016
Phoenix City Council Public Safety and Veterans Subcommittee Meeting - January 13, 2016Phoenix City Council Public Safety and Veterans Subcommittee Meeting - January 13, 2016
Phoenix City Council Neighborhood Housing and Development - January 19, 2016Phoenix City Council Neighborhood Housing and Development - January 19, 2016
Employee Recognition at the Phoenix City Council Policy Session, Nov. 18, 2014,Sharon Haynes, Law Department and Cindy Stotler, Planning and Development Department.
New Aviation Director Jim Bennett On the Issues with Councilman Jim WaringNew Aviation Director Jim Bennett On the Issues with Councilman Jim Waring
Hiking Safety Campaign - Take a Hike Do it RightThe city launched a public awareness campaign about hiking safety. Campaign is called Take a Hike. Do it Right. This educational campaign is a joint partnership between Parks, Police, Fire, the Hotel Industry, and Maricopa County Department of Public Health.
Phoenix City Council Public Safety and Veterans Subcommittee, Dec. 10, 2014Phoenix City Council Public Safety and Veterans Subcommittee, Dec. 10, 2014
Inside Phoenix, Neighborhood Stabilization Program Helps First Time Home Buyers
It's All About Air Quality - Joe Gibbs Environmental Quality SpecialistJoe Gibbs has worked for the Office of Environmental Programs as an Environmental Quality Specialist for 15 years…..he ensures that City facilities, operations and properties comply with all air pollution regulations while helping to coordinate regional programs for dust control and cleaner air here in the Valley.
2016 Phoenix Mayor and City Council Inauguration2016 Phoenix Mayor and City Council Inauguration
Phoenix City Council Public Safety and Veterans Subcommittee, Oct. 15, 2014Phoenix City Council Public Safety and Veterans Subcommittee, Oct. 15, 2014
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.
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.
Doing What Matters - Riann Balch, Human Services Program CoordinatorCity Manager Ed Zuercher talks with Human Services Program Coordinator Riann Balch about the city's homeless issues, and programs such as "Housing First".
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.
Solid Waste Equipment Operator Teddy Dates - Doing What MattersSolid Waste Equipment Operator Teddy Dates - Doing What Matters
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, Biking to WorkHost Chuck Emmert talks about the benefits of riding a bike to work.
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!
City Update - Head Start ProgramThe City of Phoenix Head Start Program is actively recruiting infants & young children to their programs. Parents can learn more about qualifications on how to apply. For more info, go to www.phoenix.gov/headstart
City Update-- Nextdoor, Police and Neighborhood Services Departments
City Prosecutors Win Award - Doing What MattersCity Prosecutors, Bebe Parascandola and Bob Smith Win Award - Doing What Matters with Ed Zuercher
City Update - Cyber Security Advice from Information Technology expertPhoenix Information Technology security expert Randell Smith, Jr. offers his advice on how residents can keep their computers safe.