More than 7,000 people experienced homelessness in Maricopa County on the night of January 27, 2020, continuing a troubling upward trend.
If you drive on it or ride on it, it’s a pretty sure bet that MAG planned it and determined how to fund it.
Development of the region’s new Regional Transportation Plan will rely heavily on the needs and priorities of the traveling public.
Thousands of service members and their families will be arriving at Luke Air Force Base over the next six years, the result of a mission expansion involving 144 new fighter jets.
His interest in public service began while working on behalf of his homeowner’s association to decommission a failing wastewater treatment plant in his community of Carefree.
More people die from heat-related illnesses than from tornadoes, floods, hurricanes and lightning combined. But what can you do about it?
The Maricopa Association of Governments also has had to adapt in many ways, including how the agency conducts its public meetings and public outreach efforts.
Getting to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport and other Southeast Valley communities will soon get easier, as work gets underway on the Gateway Freeway, an interim freeway section of State Route 24 (SR 24).
There is a simple way you can help make sure those services receive the federal funding they deserve. How? Complete the 2020 Census.
You, the region’s residents, are impacted every day by the decisions made within MAG. I am honored to have been selected as the new MAG Chair.
Quotes from Regional Council members Surprise Mayor Skip Hall, Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers, Peoria Mayor Cathy Carlat, and Tempe Mayor Corey Woods
Developing and funding a transportation plan that will serve the Maricopa region for the next 20 years is a primary goal of the new chair of the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG).
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In an effort to make information delivery faster, MAG has implemented an e-mail notification system that will make it easier to receive documents such as agendas, minutes and reports. Through a free subscription service called GovDelivery, MAG member agencies and the public will have better access to information that is posted on the MAG Web site.
The subscription service monitors specific Web pages for changes, and when a change is detected, the service sends an e-mail to subscribers notifying them of the change. Users can choose to subscribe to as many of the pages as they wish. There are about 130 monitored pages on the MAG Web site.
As a subscriber, you can choose not only what information you receive, you can also choose how often you receive it—immediately, daily, or weekly.
To subscribe, simply click on the link on the page that says “Sign up to receive email updates.” Users can also click on a Quick Subscribe link on various pages to see a full list and subscribe to any of the MAG pages. To subscribe, only a few pieces of information will be required, such as e-mail address, delivery preferences and organization.
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August 2020 - October 2020.
Stories include: Homeless Numbers Increase, Creating MOMENTUM, Heat Relief, Interim Gateway Freeway, Luke AFB Growth Report, Pandemic and Census Count.