Mayor Kate Gallego and Phoenix City Council Advance Water Security by Approving the Renovation and Reopening of a Cave Creek Water Reclamation Plant

On February 7, 2024, the Phoenix City Council unanimously approved a plan to reopen a water reclamation plant in Cave Creek that had been shut down in 2009. Upon reopening in 2026, this renovated plant, according to a press release by the City of Phoenix Water Services: ” … marks a significant step forward in … Read more

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego Discusses Another Transformational Year for Phoenix in 2023

2023 has been another momentous and transformational year for Phoenix. From hosting the Superbowl to making advances and inroads in sustainability and affordable housing to further attracting high-wage positions in the semiconductor, environmental, and bioscience sectors to becoming a cultural hub, the fifth-largest city in the country has continued to become a beacon for the … Read more

Mayor Kate Gallego and The Phoenix City Council Expand Wi-Fi Internet to About 5,000 People in Affordable Housing Communities

Using the American Rescue Plans (ARA) fund to further access to high-speed Wi-Fi internet, the Phoenix City Council, led by Mayor Kate Gallego passed a measure at the October 4, 2023 council meeting to assist 4,941 people residing in 27 local affordable housing communities in obtaining the vital service. Please read pages 110-111 on the … Read more

(UPDATED) Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego Helps Launch Water Leak-Detection Pilot Program to Further City Conservation Efforts

Since becoming Mayor of the Fifth Largest City of the Country in 2019, Mayor Kate Gallego and other members of the Phoenix City Council have been constant leaders in addressing water security and conservation efforts. Among some of the measures the Mayor and the City Council have pushed are: Today, the Mayor, along with representatives … Read more

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego Discusses the First Six Months of 2023

This has been a busy first six months of 2023 for Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego, the City Council, and everyone else that works everyday to make the fifth largest city in the nation what the Mayor calls “the future and city to watch.” From Phoenix hosting the Super Bowl to working on providing affordable housing … Read more