As a public health precaution due to COVID-19 (coronavirus), the City of Phoenix is closing certain offices to the public. Our goal is to continue providing excellent service to you while protecting against the spread of illness. Critical business can be done by appointment only.
For assistance or to make an appointment, please call Marci Thies or Eric Froberg during normal business hours.
These are necessary precautions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. This guidance will be updated as needed. We look forward to serving you in person as soon as we can.
For the latest on COVID-19, go to cdc.gov/covid-19.
For information about other city services go to phoenix.gov/newsroom.
The purpose of the Labor Compliance Section is to ensure contract compliance with federal labor regulations, specifically, the Davis Bacon & Related Acts. The primary responsibility is to enforce these regulations on federally assisted capital improvement projects. The team uses a variety of methods including site investigations, conducting employee interviews, auditing contractor payroll and business records, and withholding payments to the contractor, when necessary, to ensure employees are paid the prevailing wage for work performed. The staff is comprised of one Labor Compliance Supervisor and three Labor Compliance Specialists.
NOTICE: The city of Phoenix has received reports of residents and local businesses receiving emails or U.S. mail purporting to be from the city of Phoenix. One such email is a “Labor Standards Compliance Notice” and requests a business pay $295.
These emails are known as phishing scams and are fraudulent. Their purpose is to trick you into visiting a fake website, providing your personal information, or to simply get money.
City of Phoenix
Street Transportation Department
Transportation Planning & Programming Division
200 W. Washington St., 5th Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85003-1611