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February 26, 2020 at CollegeAmerica Metro 6:30PM
Meet with your CAO’s from 6:00 to 6:30. We no longer have breakout sessions during our meeting.
This evenings' topic is crimes against animals and how this relates to crimes against society. Our speaker is slated to be Casey Mundell from the Maricopa County Attorney's Office.
First Friday patrols are conducted on the first Friday of each month from October through May of the following year. PNP volunteers assemble at 7:30pm and patrol the vendor and exhibitor areas around Roosevelt from Central to 7th Avenue until 9:45pm. Contact Rick Sain for registration and additional details at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wear Blue on the 6th of every month to show your support for our guys in blue !!
March Coffee with a Cop
Will be on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at Ronnie's Cafe
4323 W Cactus Rd - 8AM-9AM
Get to know members from your community and speak with Community Action Officers from your Cactus Park Precinct.
Do you use the only Phoenix Public Library located within our Precinct?
Cholla Library (10050 Metro Parkway) is getting upgrades! Beginning Sunday, Feb.16 Cholla will close in order for the library to: replace carpet, resurface concrete floors, install charging stations and new light fixtures, paint and rearrange desks and computers. Cholla Library will reopen on Sunday, Feb. 23, and during the time of closure, Cholla Library’s book drop will be available for customers returning checked out materials.
Holds requested for pick up at Cholla Library during its closure will have an extended expiration date and will be available for pick up when Cholla Library reopens. For Library customer’s convenience, they may select an alternate holds pick up location at a nearby Phoenix Public Library such as Acacia, Juniper or Yucca Libraries.
Visit phoenxipubliclibrary.org for locations and hours information and 24/7 access to online library resources.
FundPHX Lets You Learn About the Dollars and Sense in Phoenix’s Budget
Are you interested in diving into the dollars and sense behind what makes the city of Phoenix run? Now you can learn more about all the programs and services the city provides, and what it costs to bring them to you every day.
That’s possible through a new tool, called FundPHX, that takes the city’s $1.4 billion General Fund operating budget and brings it directly to your device – computer, smart phone or tablet. All the city’s programs are there, with costs and descriptions, so you can learn about what it takes to provide everything from youth recreation activities to reading programs and senior services in your neighborhood.
With FundPHX you can provide comments directly on the budget, and let the city know what you think is important. You can add funding to programs you’d like to see grow, and reallocate funding from programs that you feel could be used elsewhere. Once you’ve made your choices, save your work, and share it with the city.
Our Precinct’s very own Lt Frederiksen ran in the recent Rock ‘N’ Roll Marathon on Sunday, January 19th 2020. Not only did he run, but did it in full gear !! Check out Channel 15’s article on him HERE.
Coffee with a Cop was at Denny’s on January 8, 2020