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  • Summer Shade: 400 Trees Planted in the Downtown Core

    400 trees, more than 20,000 pounds of carbon dioxide removed from the air and a team of eight working hard to make it all happen. If you’ve taken a walk or bike ride down our sidewalks recently, you may have noticed quite the influx of trees in the last four years — all thanks to […] more >

  • Traffic blocks & safety exercises: What you need to know about the Homeland Security Conference this week

    The City of Phoenix will partner with the National Homeland Security Association to host the 13th annual National Homeland Security Conference June 17-20, 2019 at the Phoenix Convention Center. The National Homeland Security Conference will bring nearly 1,400 attendees from around the nation to Phoenix for educational and informative sessions on best practices an emerging […] more >

  • 6 Downtown Phoenix Sushi Restaurants to Try on National Sushi Day

    Downtown Phoenix may be in the middle of the Sonoran Desert, but this land-locked city is also home to some top-notch sushi bars. From upscale dining to quick grab-and-go rolls, you’ll get hooked on these six spots to try for National Sushi Day on June 18. Omoide Sushi & Noodle Bar Tucked away in the […] more >

  • Best Happy Hour Deals in Downtown Phoenix

    Your guide to cheap drafts and half-priced apps. more >

  • Banner Urgent Care Opens in Downtown Phoenix

    Responding to population growth in the area, Banner Urgent Care will open a new location in Downtown Phoenix – becoming the only major urgent-care provider in the core. Banner Urgent Care will be on the northwest corner of First and Washington streets, adjacent to the Valley Metro light rail stop at Central Avenue and Washington. […] more >

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