Great news! We are gearing up for our annual Taste of Downtown event in Downtown Phoenix.
Hard work is paying off — $3.4 million to be exact. The city was just notified, once again, that the Housing Department was awarded a competitive ARRA grant.
We anticipate covering about 230 miles on area roads to attend Make A Difference Day projects. The message we like to send is that every individual can make a difference.
Here are two more reasons to be excited about Green Phoenix: The U.S. Green Building Council’s national conference will happen right here in Phoenix from November 11-13, 2009, at the Phoenix Convention Center; and former Vice President Al Gore will be the keynote speaker!
Sep 23, 2009 (Wed) 8:00AM – 9:00AM Join Mayor Phil Gordon for a cup of joe and an update on stimulus funding. Hear the inside scoop on the city’s efforts to bring more federal funds to Phoenix and have your questions heard. Nothing beats starting your day with Mayor Phil and a look into our… Read more
When I first became Mayor, I listed my three priorities — and my priorities for Phoenix — as public safety, education and jobs. Nearly six years later, those remain our priorities. And, it’s no accident that I always list public safety first.
I am back in Phoenix after a quick yet quite busy trip to Washington, DC, earlier this week, where I was asked to participate in a panel focused on public safety by the White House and the Attorney General.
The Green Phoenix initiative continues to move forward at the city of Phoenix. We are working to maintain our status as a leader in sustainability, with programs that have a real impact on our environment and the habits of our residents.
Join Mayor Phil Gordon on Saturday, August 8 at 8:30am for the next Community Coffee event which will be hosted by the Heard Museum, 2301 N. Central Ave. Community Coffee is an opportunity for citizens to connect with the Mayor one-on-one, pose questions and provide feedback for him and his office. Learn about his on-going efforts to revitalize Phoenix and secure stimulus funds in a casual atmosphereCo
My first day in Washington DC this week was focused on developing opportunities that will bring business to Phoenix. Thanks to our beautiful new convention center and hotel in Downtown Phoenix, I invited the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers to host their international conference in Phoenix. The conference would bring more than 1,000 attendees to the city to experience great new dining and entertainment. We would all love to see the streets and restaurants downtown full of Electrical Workers.