Daily Archives: September 17, 2010
The City of Phoenix is conducting a public meeting to gather comments and input in preparation of the 2011-2012 Annual Action Plan component of the Consolidated Plan.
Your help is needed to identify community needs and programs to address these needs through federally-funded programs. Examples of ongoing city programs include housing rehab, homelessness, small business assistance, blight elimination, neighborhood revitalization, infrastructure, child care, job training, senior services, infill housing, homeownership, fair housing, special needs services and supportive housing.
The 2011-2012 Annual Action Plan is the one year plan that is prepared to show the use of:
- Community Development Block Grant Funds
- HOME Investment Partnerships
- Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG)
- Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA)
Come share your ideas on needs and programs
DATE: September 21, 2010
TIME: 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
PLACE: Phoenix City Hall, Assembly Room A, 200 West Washington, PhoenixAZ (map)
If you cannot attend the meeting, you are invited to call in your comments to our hotline at 602-256-3302 or via e:mail at Rachel.Milne@Phoenix.gov. For further information, please call Rachel Milne at (602) 262-7369.
Bike Force Couriers has opened a Downtown office in the ground floor of the Heard Building at 112 N. Central Avenue. Bringing a new approach to urban messenger options, Bike Force offers speedy, affordable & eco-friendly bicycle courier service to Phoenix’s business corridor.
Bike Force, which has another location at 342 E. Thomas Rd., provides service to locations inside the “Green Zone,” an area bounded by Camelback Road on the north, Jackson Street on the south, from 7th Avenue on the west to 44th Street on the east. Arrangements can also be made for deliveries outside the Green Zone.
For more information on Bike Force Bicycle Couriers please visit their website: www.bikeforceus.com