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City of Tempe Martin Luther King Jr. Day schedule by quotes

City of Tempe Martin Luther King Jr. Day schedule

City of Tempe Martin Luther King Jr. Day schedule

TEMPE, Ariz. -In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the City of Tempe will close all administrative offices on Monday, Jan. 15.

Some city services will still be in operation under the following


* Emergency city services will be unaffected by the holiday.

* Tempe buses will operate according to regular hours. The Tempe

Transit Store will be closed.

* Residential and commercial recycling/solid waste collection

will take place under normal operating hours.

* Tempe Town Lake and its surrounding parks will be open under

normal hours. The Town Lake Operations Center will be closed.

City of Tempe facilities will maintain the following schedules:

* Escalante Community Center will be open from Noon to 6 p.m.,

2150 E. Orange St. Phone: 480-350-5800.

* Westside Community Center: The center will be open from 7 a.m.


6 p.m., 715 W. 5th St. Phone: 480-858-2400.

* Kiwanis Recreation Center will be closed, 6111 S. All-America


Phone: 480-350-5201.

* Ken McDonald Golf Course will be open from sunrise to sunset,

800 E. Divot Dr. Phone: 480-350-5250.

* Rolling Hills Golf Course will be open from sunrise to sunset,

1415 N. Mill Ave. Phone: 480-350-5275.

* Clark Park Swimming Pool is closed for the winter, 1730 S.

Roosevelt St. Phone: 480-350-5275.

* McClintock Swimming Pool is closed for the winter, 1830 E. Del

Rio Dr. Phone: 480-350-5202.

* Jaycee Splash Playground is closed for the winter, 715 W. 5th

St. Phone: 480-350-5200.

* Tempe Beach Splash Playground is closed for the winter, 54 W.

1st Street

Phone: 480-350-5200.

* Kiwanis Park Batting Range will be open noon to 6 p.m. 6005 S.

All-America Way. Phone: 480-350-5727.

* Tempe Public Library will be closed. 3500 S. Rural Rd. Phone:


* Tempe Historical Museum will be closed. 809 E. Southern Ave.

Phone: 480-350-5100.

* Pyle Adult Recreation Center will be closed. 655 E. Southern

Ave. Phone: 480-350-5211.

* Edna Vihel Center for the Arts will be closed. 3340 S. Rural

Rd. Phone: 480-350-5287.

* North Tempe Multigenerational Center will be open from noon to

6 p.m. 1555 N. Bridalwreath. Phone: 480-858-6500.

Governor Janet Napolitano visits Tempe Points of Pride by quotes

Governor Napolitano to visit Tempe points of pride


Tempe to highlight affordable housing, multigenerational center and
Tempe Town Lake during Governor’s city tours



TEMPE, Ariz. – The City of Tempe will proudly showcase a few of its
latest achievements when Governor Janet Napolitano visits the city
Monday, Oct. 30.


Tempe will highlight its efforts to foster affordable housing, its
achievement of opening a new multigenerational center in north Tempe,
and its unprecedented economic growth at Tempe Town Lake.


At 3 p.m., Governor Napolitano will visit families who have moved into
affordable homes through the Newtown Community Land Trust. She also will
meet representatives from Chicanos por la Causa and other organizations,
and hear about Tempe’s plans to increase affordable housing in the city.


At 3:30 p.m., the Governor will tour the new North Tempe
Multigenerational Center, at 1555 N. Bridalwreath St., south of
McKellips Road and east of Scottsdale Road. She will meet
representatives from the many organizations that operate the
30,000-square-foot facility, such as the Boys & Girls Club, YMCA and
Maricopa County Head Start, and hear how the center will transform lives
in the community.


At 4 p.m., Governor Napolitano will take to the water and tour Tempe
Town Lake with Mayor Hugh Hallman, the Tempe City Council and key
business leaders. They will discuss the many development projects
underway at the lake and in the Mill Avenue District.


WHAT: Governor Janet Napolitano visits Tempe


WHEN: 3-5 p.m., Monday, Oct. 30


WHERE: The tour begins at 1109 S. McKemy St., in Tempe, at 3 p.m.