The Valley Leadership Community Dialogue Series to host “Phoenix in Transition,” featuring Mayor Phil Gordon and Mayor-elect Greg Stanton.
On Tuesday, November 17, Phoenix mayor Phil Gordon took the stage at Civic Space Park for his sixth State of Downtown address.
Mayor Phil Gordon hosts his annual State of Downtown event! Date: Tuesday, November 17, 2009 Time: 5:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Location: Civic Space Park (light rail stations at Central/1st avenues and Van Buren Street)
The Downtown Phoenix Historic Building & Warehouse Tour was a great experience that highlighted a few of the many hidden assets of 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.
Literally, for Phoenix, strength is in numbers. An increased number of visitors and conventions to the area will strengthen local economic recovery efforts.
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.
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.
Recently the city of Phoenix celebrated being the first city in the nation to complete its weatherization program for low-income families.
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.