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Memphis Turns 200

We stand at the edge of a new century. In 2019, we'll celebrate the past through our 200th anniversary while embracing the next 100 years.
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Q & A with Memphis Animal Services

Memphis Animal Services is the only open-intake shelter in the city, bringing in anywhere from 25 – 35 new pets every day. In the past nine years, MAS’ save rate has increased from 15 percent to nearly 90 percent.
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Albert “Al” Lamar tapped to lead City’s new Solid Waste Division

Earlier this year, Mayor Jim Strickland announced a multi-pronged plan to improve solid waste collection service across Memphis. After a thorough interview process and pending City Council approval, Mayor Strickland is pleased to announce that Albert “Al” Lamar will head up the newly formed Solid Waste Division within the City of Memphis.
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Memphis City Beautiful Community Grant Program accepting proposals

The Memphis City Beautiful Community Grant Program is now accepting proposals of $500 or less to help support neighborhood projects in Memphis that fall within the focus areas of Litter Prevention, Waste Reduction, Recycling and Beautification/Community Greening.
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Weekly Update: Why we seek consensus, not conflict

There’s a reason I rarely, if ever, criticize other elected officials. There’s a reason I don’t participate in the games of partisan politics. There’s a reason I don’t always weigh in on the issues of other governments.
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Weekly Update: Two major pieces of good news

Two pieces of good news for Memphis hit the surface this week, and they’re both potentially so big that I’m not quite sure where to start. So let’s tackle them both from the top of this week’s email.
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Mayor’s October data review released

The City of Memphis continues to make strides in many areas in October, including a decrease in false alarms and euthanasia rate . There was also a continued increase in Library program attendance.
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City's statement on new scooter company

A new scooter company started operating here today without obtaining a permit or entering into an operating agreement. Our ordinance requires these approvals, which the company had previously been told.
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Road closures announced for RiverArtsFest

Road closures for RiverArtsFest have been announced. The festival will run October 27 and 28 on Riverside Drive between Jefferson Avenue and Beale Street in Downtown Memphis.
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Your City At Work

7.86

Emergency Response

Our average 911 answer time is under 8 seconds.
68.6

Animal Services

In Animal Services, euthanasia for time/space is down by 68.6% year-to-date.

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