Tempe is inviting residents to learn about what goes on at the state capitol on Neighborhood Day at the State Legislature on Jan. 25.
Tempe's mayor and city council members will also be at the event, which runs from 9-11 a.m. at the Arizona State Senate, 1700 W. Washington St. in Phoenix, the city said on its website.
Those attending the event will be able to meet Tempe’s state legislators while learning about how Tempe officials represent the city at the state level. Afterward, visitors can take a self-guided tour of the capitol.
Reservations can be made through Tempe's Neighborhood Services Division either online at www.tempe.gov/neighborhoods, or by calling 480-350-8234.
Free parking will be available on the day of the event at the League of Arizona Cities and Towns, 1820 W. Washington St.
If planning to take public transportation to Phoenix , visit www.valleymetro.org for information about bus and light rail schedules and park-and-ride availability.
Since policy changes brought about at the state level sometimes affect the resources and events taking place in Tempe, residents should stay informed. Those attending the event are encouraged to ask questions and share stories from their neighborhoods.