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Virtual job fairs to be held April 16, 23 & 30 for positions paying $14 to $15 per hour.
Recent state and federal actions have expanded eligibility and benefit amounts for Arizona workers impacted by COVID-19.
Daisy Mountain Fire & Medical will be hosting a food drive to benefit local food banks. Drive by, drop off, stay safe.
President Trump in coordination with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) today approved Arizona’s request for a Presidential Major Disaster Declaration for the state.
John Bowman will start as Anthem Community Council’s new Community Executive Officer on May 26.
If approved, it would expand mental health care, provide grants to reduce the risk of loss of life or property during future emergencies, make available legal assistance to low-income Arizonans, and expand food assistance and other services.
Walking paths and green spaces remain open. Gated playgrounds at Community Park and Opportunity Way Park remain closed.
Schools are “schools to continue to provide educational opportunities to students to the best of their ability.” Teachers and staff will be paid.
The district outlines plans to jumpstart education while classrooms remain closed.
The individual was a male in his 50s with underlying health conditions.
Bridge projects at Happy Valley and Pinnacle Peak roads will require ramp closures and upcoming full closures of the interstate in both directions.
National Guard to assist groceries and food banks restock, bars & restaurants limited to dine-out options in counties with COVID-19.
DVUSD Food & Nutrition will offer free grab-and-go school breakfasts and lunches to children ages 18 and under in our community beginning Monday, March 23.
Phoenix bars to close by 8 p.m. tonight and all restaurants (or bars that serve food) are asked to shift to a take-out/delivery/drive-thru only model.
All city libraries and indoor Parks and Recreation facilities will be temporarily closed starting March 16.