The number of people experiencing homelessness continues to increase in Maricopa County, with those living in unsheltered situations climbing for the sixth straight year.
Regional Profile of Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego
Local and regional leaders encouraged every resident to participate during an official countdown to Census 2020.
For some it’s the sunshine. For others, jobs. Whatever the reason, more people moved to Maricopa County last year than any other county in the nation.
The Arizona heat killed or contributed to the deaths of 181 people in Maricopa County last year.
Drivers who pass through one of the busiest intersections in the Valley now have two reasons to celebrate.
MAG continues to build relationships with its top two trading partners, Mexico and Canada.
Most of us don’t think twice about being able to go where we want, when we want, or connecting to the people and places that matter most. Imagine losing that freedom.
Thousands Respond to Survey to Plan the Region’s Transportation Future.
Supervisor Jack Sellers, and Mayors Skip Hall, Kevin Hartke, and Cathy Carlat are quoted in the Voices From the Council feature of the May 2019 MAGAZine newsletter.
It has been my honor to serve as your chair for the past year. It is gratifying to look back on a year of accomplishments.
MAG Moment from the April 11, 2019 meeting
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May 2019 - July 2019. Stories include: Homeless Point-in-time Street Count, iCount 2020, Profile of Mayor Kate Gallego, Maricopa County Fastest Growing, Heat Relief, Veterans Bridge Opens, Trade with Neighbors, and Aging/Transportation Conference.