Phoenix Plaza, Community Center — Mail Tribune ArticleThe Mail Tribune recently ran an article describing PHURA plans for a community center and plaza on Main Street in downtown Phoenix.
Trees on Main StreetTrees are being installed in the new bump out spaces along Main Street. PHURA is working with Plant Oregon to complete this project to enhance the city center.
Have you seen the beautiful new pavers recently installed at Plaza Park?
Banner Poles Are Up
New Banner Poles have been installed on Main Street, near the Third Street intersection, and the first Banner is up. Call City Hall to find out how your business or group can advertise using this new feature in downtown Phoenix.
If you would like to use a sidewalk sign to advertise your Phoenix business, contact the Planning Department, 541-535-1955 ext. 316 for a temporary sign permit. Then come to the Agency to borrow a metal sign holder that complies with City regulations.
Citizen’s Survey ResultsThe results of the Citizen’s Survey are in! Click this link – Citizen’s Survey 2016 – to review the results, and read comments collected from our citizens.
Did you miss the survey? It’s never too late to send your questions and suggestions on projects and activities. Use our contact form to send us your input.
Medford Mail Tribune Article on PHURA
In early April the local newspaper published the following article about continuing work on the Phoenix Plaza Project: Progress continues on downtown renewal project
Urban Renewal in Oregon
The Association of Oregon Redevelopment Agencies (AORA) has a wonderful short video (less than 5 minutes) on Urban Renewal in Oregon. View the link below to see some of the projects happening around our state. Transforming Oregon Communities
PHURA BUDGET FOR FY 16-17
The FY 16-17 Budget for Phoenix Urban Renewal Agency was adopted at the the regular board meeting on June 14, 2016. You may view the budget here: Adopted budget FY16-17
Board Meetings are held every second Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm at the Phoenix Urban Renewal Agency Office.
View current rehab projects happening in Phoenix.
A Sign Grant Program is available to assist local businesses. The intent of the grant is to assist businesses in attracting more customers, and encourage and promote aesthetically pleasing signage.
Figaro’s Pizza has come to Phoenix! A franchise opened recently at 315 N Main Street Suite B next to Subway Sandwiches. Figaro’s Pizza began in 1981 as the dream of two entrepreneurs, Corkey…