City Council Archives

Phoenix City Council approves 35-year streets, transit plan

Valley Metro Light Rail, Phoenix, Ariz.

A comprehensive plan to modernize Phoenix’s streets and public transit system over the next 35 years was approved Tuesday by the City Council. Besides tripling the number of light rail miles by 2050, the transportation plan calls for significant expansion of bus service and upgrades to the city’s aging streets. An additional three-tenths of one… Read More →

Arizona Biomedical Corridor advances


Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and the City Council today approved the Phoenix Industrial Development Authority to issue up to $180 million in revenue bonds to finance Mayo Clinic’s new proton beam radiation therapy center. The Council also approved a two-year extension of its agreement with ASU and Mayo Clinic to continue collaborative planning efforts to… Read More →

Ak-Chin Indian Community Invests $10M in Maricopa

by in Education | Featured

During the May 7 Maricopa City Council meeting, Mayor Christian Price announced that the Ak-Chin Indian Community would be making an investment of $10 million in Maricopa. Of the $10 million investment, $2.6 million will support the Maricopa Unified School District and $7.4 million will be allocated to the operation of the City of Maricopa’s… Read More →

Claude Mattox Says Newest Addition to City Council Highlights Greater Issue

by in Events | Politics

The Now Senior Phoenix Council Member Welcomes a New Addition to the Team but Knows it Comes at a Cost Phoenix City Councilman Claude Mattox, today welcomed Bryan Jeffries to the council, expressing hope that the appointment will end the revolving door in City Hall and its adverse  impact on city government. “Public offices should… Read More →