Meet your Tempe city councilmembers in your neighborhood
Your Tempe City Councilmembers strive to be available to residents, not just at Tempe City Hall, but in your neighborhood and at your favorite community spaces.
Now through the end of March, four councilmembers have opportunities for you to meet with them and offer your suggestions for a better Tempe. All councilmember events are free to attend. They do not require an RSVP.
Tempe's newest city councilmember, Jennifer Adams, invites you to join her for a series of quarterly events, each taking place in a different zip code to make sure that everyone has an opportunity to meet with her near their home. These are intended to be relaxed opportunities to talk about Tempe issues.
The first Join Jennifer event takes place from 6 - 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 16 in zip code 85284. Meet at Tempe Public Market, 8749 S Rural Road, Tempe to ask questions and to hear a brief overview of streets, public safety and development at Rural and Warner roads. Stop by for something delicious and good conversation with neighbors. tempe.gov/adams
Connecting with Kuby
Vice Mayor Lauren Kuby invites you to have a cup of coffee or tea with her at the Tempe Public Library Connections Cafe the last Saturday of each month.
It's an opportunity to talk about your ideas for Tempe or bring up any issues in your neighborhood.
Connect with Vice Mayor Kuby from 1 - 3 p.m. on Jan. 26, Feb. 23 and March 30 at Connections Cafe inside Tempe Public Library, 3500 S. Rural Road, Tempe. tempe.gov/kuby
Roundtable with Randy and Robin
Councilmembers Randy Keating and Robin Arredondo-Savage team up to offer an overview of community news and events as well as to take questions from residents.
Roundtable with Randy and Robin takes place from 6 - 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 19 at The Lakes Community Room, 5501 S. Lakeshore Drive, Tempe. tempe.gov/keating and tempe.gov/arredondo-savage.