City of Phoenix

Nov 14, 2017

GOP lawmaker asks AG to probe legality of Phoenix police policy

Rep. Jay Lawrence, R-Scottsdale, filed a complaint with the Attorney General’s Office asking for an investigation into whether a Phoenix Police Department policy on the release of information about critical incidents conflicts with state law that protects an officer’s privacy.

Apr 15, 2016

RoRo row: New law hampers Roosevelt Row plan

A law signed by Gov. Doug Ducey could derail future plans for more formal support and money to aid the burgeoning Roosevelt Row district. And neighborhood advocates say they’re gearing up to fight the law and vow to continue their plans for a special taxing district.

Jul 23, 2015

Proposition 104 would enhance city street improvements

We Build Arizona is composed of Arizonans like you – people who want to make a difference and are committed to building our great state. Our primary goal is simple: To protect and grow state and local infrastructure funding.

Nov 21, 2013

Anti-discrimination rule earns Phoenix top score in LGBT equality index

After adding lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and disabled residents to the city’s anti-discrimination ordinance in February, Phoenix earned a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.

Jan 27, 2011

Phoenix home prices drop again in December

A new report shows home prices in the Phoenix area dropped by 8 percent in December from the same period a year ago.

Jun 4, 2009

New-home permits in metro Phoenix jump in April

Home-building permits in metro Phoenix jumped last month in the first significant increase in single-family home construction in several months.

Jun 1, 2009

Supreme Court agrees to hear CityNorth case

The Arizona Supreme Court agreed on June 1 to hear a challenge of an appellate court decision that found a $97-million tax rebate given to a real estate developer by the city of Phoenix violated the state's Constitution.

May 6, 2009

Mayor launches heat network helping Phoenix homeless, elderly, disabled

The onset of triple-digit heat combined with the tough economy make it more important than ever for businesses to donate bottled water that will help homeless people, the homebound elderly and the disabled, Mayor Phil Gordon said May 5.