The Tempe Public Works Department has said the city’s drinking water has now returned to compliance after it exceeded the maximum containment levels of trihalomethanes (TTHMs), a known carcinogen, in June.
Electricians and mechanical contractors are invited to apply for membership on the city of Tempe’s technical code advisory board of appeals, which has two vacancies for positions involving reviewing local building codes.
Construction is underway to renovate Tempe's McClintock Pool, and the outdoor swimming pool, at 1830 E. Del Rio Drive, is scheduled to reopen to the public for swimming this summer, the city said on its website.
The city of Tempe and Valley Metro are offering an opportunity to meet the artists chosen to create art for Tempe Streetcar, the Valley’s first modern streetcar, at a gathering from 6-7:30 p.m. Dec. 5 at the Tempe Transportation Center in the Don Cassano Room, 200 E. 5th St. in Tempe.
The city of Tempe's Economic Development staff, city council members and members of the local business community invite everyone to take part in a conversation about making Tempe an even better place to do business on Dec. 6.
Tempe’s annual Family Fun Factory takes place Friday at the Tempe Community Complex, 3500 S. Rural Road, at the corner of Rural Road and Southern Avenue. This free event is for all ages and is open from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.