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Phoenix, ASU Partner in Street Smart Tech Pilot Transportation7/22/2022 6:00:00 PM vision camera.jpgPhoenix, ASU Partner in Street Smart Tech Pilot<div class=”ExternalClass200E291E580B4DB1B2538ECA9DAF53D4″><html> <p><span id=”ms-rterangepaste-start”></span><em>This article was originally published July 18, 2022 on </em><a target=”_blank” href=””><em></em></a><em> – </em><a target=”_blank” href=””><em>ASU entrepreneurs develop street smart cameras</em></a>​<span id=”ms-rterangepaste-end”></span><br></p><p>By Pete Zrioka<br>ASU Strategic Marketing and Communications​</p><p>It’s said that nothing is certain, except death and taxes. Let’s add a third certainty to that list: traffic.<br></p> <p>All across the globe, traffic engineers and city planners are locked in an eternal struggle to improve the flow of traffic, the efficiency of streets and the safety of pedestrians, cyclists and drivers. Finding the best way to meet these goals requires an enormous amount of data, which is often difficult to collect and analyze.</p> <p>Two Arizona State University entrepreneurs are making this data easier to understand and access. Mohammad Farhadi and Yezhou Yang founded Argos Vision, a tech startup developing smart traffic cameras that can passively capture, analyze and deliver droves of data to help cities improve road safety and efficiency.</p> <p>Argos Vision emerged from Farhadi and Yang’s work as researchers in the <a target=”_blank” href=””>School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence,</a> one of the <a target=”_blank” href=””>Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering</a>. Yang, an assistant professor of computer science and engineering and director of the <a target=”_blank” href=””>Active Perception Group</a>, advised Farhadi as he pursued a doctorate in computer science. Farhadi earned his doctoral degree in spring 2022.</p> <p>The pair created a self-contained, solar-powered traffic camera that uses on-board computer vision, a type of artificial intelligence, to identify and classify what it sees.</p> <p>“We identified three major things we wanted to accomplish with this technology,” says Farhadi. “Cost reduction, privacy protection and rich metadata extraction.”</p> <p>Installing traffic cameras can be costly to local governments. Closing intersections to add new power and network cable to existing infrastructure is a lengthy and expensive process. Argos Vision solves this financial roadblock with a self-contained camera system that runs off solar power and transmits data over a cellular network.</p> <p>“We want to extract rich data that meets not only the minimum desire of cities, such as vehicle counting, but data that can be used in the future as well,” says Farhadi.</p> <p>Named for the many-eyed giant of Greek myth, the Argos algorithm can also capture detailed contextual information, including type of vehicle, dimensions, color and markings. It can also develop a 3D model of vehicles for future reference.</p> <p>Distinguishing vehicle type could be helpful for road maintenance. Roads degrade at different rates depending on their use, and understanding which vehicles use which roads at high rates may help cities better allocate resources and predict where preventative maintenance is most needed. For example, an Argos camera might observe large trucks commonly using a shortcut to access an industrial area.</p> <p>“At that location, a city might elect to reinforce a road so they don’t have to replace it every year,” says Farhadi.</p> <p>Despite the detailed information the Argos Vision technology collects, it does not employ any facial recognition or collect identifying information to protect the privacy of everyone on the road.</p> <p>Argos extracts detailed information using a novel software framework developed by Farhadi. As the Argos cameras take images, a neural network analyzes the images’ content and distills it into its component parts. Much like how our brains can quickly distinguish what we see into separate parts — person, dog on a leash, bus stop — a neural network uses a similar process to contextualize information.</p> <p>Traditionally, neural networks are computationally and power intensive, especially on small devices such as cameras. But Argos Vision’s software allows their neural network to run on low power and provide real-time traffic monitoring that collects incredibly detailed data, says Yang.</p> <p><strong>A new point of view</strong></p> <p>Say a city wants to figure out why the intersection of Main Street and 1st Avenue is frequently congested. The city might send someone to observe traffic, or put down road sensors to count cars, or use mobile phone sensors to estimate the number of drivers in the area.</p> <p>The problem with these methods is that the data collected is imprecise. Human observation only offers a snapshot of traffic and is prone to error. Road sensors don’t differentiate between buses, cars or emergency vehicles. Mobile data can’t tell whether 15 phone signals passing through an intersection represent 15 drivers or a mix of drivers, bus riders and pedestrians.</p> <p>“This doesn’t give you a clear picture, because these are snapshots of data. Traffic has a dynamic nature,” says Farhadi. “The beauty of using a computer vision–based system like ours is that it gives cities a permanent, precise flow of information.”</p> <p>Yang and Farhadi also see potential for the Argos system to augment and improve the function of autonomous vehicles.</p> <p>“We can provide autonomous vehicles with situational awareness of other vehicles or pedestrians outside the scope of their on-board sensors,” says Yang. “Also, our rich metadata could help local authorities measure how safe the AVs are while operating on public roads.”</p> <p>“Many of these research ideas, I have to attribute to Mohammed, thanks to his constant exploration of what is possible,” adds Yang.</p> <p>The permanent flow of data supplied by Argos cameras can help cities evaluate more than just motor vehicle traffic. It could also help policymakers and city planners improve safety for all road users.</p> <p>“Pedestrians are a big factor in street traffic,” says Farhadi. “Arizona has one of the highest pedestrian fatality rates, and we want to understand why that is happening and how to prevent it.”</p> <p><strong>Taking it to the streets</strong></p> <p>Argos cameras will be lending its vision to Arizona streets starting this summer, helping improve road safety for all users.</p> <p>In partnership with the City of Phoenix Street Transportation Department, Argos Vision cameras will be installed at the intersections of <a target=”_blank” href=”″>3rd Avenue and Adams Street</a> and <a target=”_blank” href=””>1st and Taylor streets</a> for a one-year pilot program.<br></p> <p>Both downtown locations – near City Hall and ASU’s Downtown campus, respectively – were chosen for their high pedestrian activity, says Simon T. Ramos, a traffic management and operations engineer in the <a target=”_blank” href=”/streets”>Phoenix Street Transportation Department</a>.</p> <p>Along with collecting standard traffic information like number of vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists, the Argos camera will be cataloging near miss data.</p> <p>“Say there’s a close call, where a vehicle crosses the path of a pedestrian. We can identify these conflict hotspots,” says Ramos.</p> <p>Through its persistent monitoring and evaluation, Argos’ data will identify conflict areas between vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians. Ramos and his department can use the near miss data to then develop tailored safety measures to mitigate such conflicts, such as changing signal timing or the visible markings on the road.</p> <p>This effort aligns with Phoenix’s plan to incorporate Vision Zero principles into its <a target=”_blank” href=”/streets/roadsafety”>Road Safety Action Plan</a>. <a target=”_blank” href=””>Vision Zero</a> – a strategy to eliminate traffic fatalities and increase mobility within urban areas – <a target=”_blank” href=”/newsroom/street-transportation/2217″>was adopted by Phoenix City Council in early 2022​</a>, joining more than 40 other U.S. communities striving for safer, more equitable roadways.<br></p> <p>The city already has an array of traffic cameras collecting data, but Argos provides a more cost-effective alternative than existing systems.</p> <p>“What really kind of drew our attention to this specific technology was it is economically cheaper than the competition,” says Ramos. “Phoenix is committed to working smarter and spending wisely and it’s an ongoing effort to identify technologies to improve travel times and reduce congestion and accidents.”</p> <p>The Argos Vision team is looking forward to contributing to the city’s goals while refining their technology.</p> <p>“Together with the city, we are excited to bring advanced AI technologies from ASU onto Arizona roads for social good,” says Yang.</p> <p><strong>Getting caught in traffic</strong></p> <p>Farhadi and Yang’s collaboration goes back to 2016, when both were newcomers to ASU.</p> <p>“The school organized a student recruitment session, and I brought a poster of my research,” recalls Yang. “Four or five people stopped by, but Mohammad was the only person who was interested.”</p> <p>Combining Yang’s expertise in computer vision and Farhadi’s background in hardware acceleration and computer networks, Argos Vision was born.  When they begin looking for the most lucrative use of their technology, they first landed on shopping malls.</p> <p>“We focused on tracking the movement and amount of people to improve the HVAC efficiency in a retail area,” says Farhadi.</p> <p>However, they found this route to be a dead end. Not only were a lot of competitors pursing this application, but stores simply weren’t willing to justify the installation cost to save on heating and cooling. Retailers also wanted to a system that could tell them more about their customers.</p> <p>“We couldn’t tell you everything about somebody,” says Ryan Kemmet, Argos’ business and legal advisor. “We don’t have facial recognition and we can’t link people to their Facebook account or anything.”</p> <p>Kemmet was drawn into the Argos orbit when Farhadi and Yang joined the <a target=”_blank” href=””>National Science Foundation Innovation Corps Site at ASU</a> (NSF I-Corps). The five week training program, led by the <a target=”_blank” href=””>J. Orin Edson Entrepreneurship + Innovation Institute</a>, includes entrepreneurial training, industry mentorship and financial support for researchers looking to commercialize their technology research. Kemmet served as Argos’ industry mentor during their ASU I-Corps participation, which serves as a springboard for the nationwide NSF I-Corps program. After completing the ASU program, they were selected to continue onto the national version.</p> <p>“It’s quite an intensive program,” says Kemmet. “We went through some initial ideas of what we thought the applications of this technology would be, but it was the work in the national I-Corps program that helped us define the beachhead application for this technology.”</p> <p>I-Corps, along with Farhadi and Yang’s professional experience and interests, ultimately led Argos to traffic monitoring. Farhadi learned about the growing need for active traffic monitoring during a 2020 summer internship with the Ford Motor Company. Yang saw the potential from his work with the <a target=”_blank” href=””>Institute of Automated Mobility</a>, which brings together academia, government and industry to develop a safe, efficient ecosystem to support testing and adoption of autonomous vehicles in Arizona.</p> <p><strong>Getting in the driver’s seat</strong></p> <p>Prior to participating in I-Corps, Yang and Farhadi participated in a number of Edson Entrepreneurship + Innovation Institute programs to strengthen their venture and connect to resources and entrepreneurial communities. </p> <p>Argos joined Edson E+I Institute’s <a target=”_blank” href=””>Venture Devils</a> in 2020. The program provides mentorship and support to fledgling businesses, social enterprises and nonprofits founded by ASU students, faculty, staff and local community members with ties to ASU. The program includes an opportunity to participate in Demo Day, a biannual pitch competition where Venture Devils startups make their case for investment to a range of funding sources. In the <a target=”_blank” href=””>fall 2021 Demo Day</a>, Argos secured $6,500 in funding.</p> <p>They also enrolled in the <a target=”_blank” href=”″>National Security Academic Accelerator (NSA2</a>), to explore the national security applications of their technology. A partnership between Edson E+I and  the <a target=”_blank” href=””>National Security Innovation Network</a>, NSA2 creates connections between ASU-led ventures and Department of Defense representatives and opportunities, as well as providing tailored training and mentorship. NSA2 was instrumental was helping Argos navigate the complexities of assembling a proposal for a <a target=”_blank” href=””>Small Business Innovation Research</a> award with the Department of Transportation.</p> <p>“It’s a powerful resource,” says Farhadi of Edson E+I. “Coming from Iran, I had entrepreneurial experience, but the U.S. has a totally different culture, totally different business landscape. Edson E+I has connected us with the right people, like Ryan, and really propelled Argos Vision.”</p> <p>In Iran, Farhadi ran a business providing internet-based phone service and network security to remote regions. He watched his father found and operate a telecom company from a young age, which left an impression on him.</p> <p>“Iran is a consumer country, most of the time technology is imported from elsewhere,” he says. “But when my father starting selling his devices in country, suddenly there was trust in a local company. That’s something I’ve tried to pursue in my life — people trusting your work.”</p> <p>Despite entrepreneurship being a family tradition, starting a company wasn’t on his mind when he came to the U.S. to study. However, Farhadi relishes the opportunity to forge his own path.</p> <p>“When you work at a company, you work within someone else’s system, you have specific goals that are assigned to you. You might be able to achieve them however you want, but they aren’t your goals,” says Farhadi. “As an entrepreneur, you create your own system. You set your own goals.”</p> <p>Yang, recently named a <a target=”_blank” href=””>Fulton Entrepreneurial Professor</a>, says Edson E+I resources and programs are preparing entrepreneurs in AI like himself and Farhadi for very timely opportunities.</p> <p>“As a professor in AI, I wouldn’t have been interested in entrepreneurship 20 or 30 years ago. The technology was just not ready,” he says. “Right now, we’re at a very special time, where the technology is maturing and the market is very hungry for real world applications. So having the connections and resources facilitated by ASU and Edson E+I to find those applications has been very helpful.”<br></p><p><a href=”” target=”_blank”>To learn more about research at Arizona State University, vist ASU Knowledge Enterprise (</a>.​<br></p><br> </html></div> camera mounted on a pole above a streetStreets@StreetsPHX #PHXTrafficGregg Bach602-309-2667602-256-3437gregg.bach@phoenix.gov Vision cameras will be installed at the intersections of 3rd Avenue and Adams Street, and 1st and Taylor streets for a one-year pilot program. Photo courtesy of Argos Vision.

Frontier Airlines Announces 10 New Routes from PHX 5:00:00 PM Airlines Announces 10 New Routes from PHX<div class=”ExternalClass3934A065687745549E0C3975BDC6E645″><html> <p>Phoenix’s fourth largest carrier, Frontier Airlines, announced ten new routes that will begin in the winter season.</p> <p>Frontier President and CEO Barry Biffle announced the routes today from the recently re-modernized Terminal 3 along with Phoenix Councilwoman Ann O’Brien and Phoenix Director of Aviation Services Chad Makovsky.</p> <p>“Frontier Airlines will launch new nonstop service from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) to Philadelphia (PHL), Baltimore-Washington (BWI), Orange County, California (SNA), Seattle-Tacoma (SEA), Minneapolis-Saint Paul (MSP), Portland (PDX), Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood (FLL), Nashville (BNA), Indianapolis (IND) and Kansas City (MCI) in November 2022 and January 2023. To celebrate, America’s Greenest Airline is offering fares as low as $19,” said Frontier Airlines President and CEO Barry Biffle.</p> <p> <span style=”background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;”>Frontier’s continued growth at PHX will be supported through the planned November opening of a new crew base, which is expected to initially employ up to 180 pilots and 275 flight attendants.</span></p> <p> <span style=”background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;”>“Frontier Airlines is quickly advancing in Phoenix, and these ten new routes mark the growth of business and leisure travelers choosing our great city as a destination,” said Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego. “We are grateful for the commitment that Frontier has made with its crew base and the employment opportunities it provides. More people will discover why Phoenix is a great vacation destination, business hub, and place to call home.”</span></p> <p> <span style=”background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;”>Frontier operates the largest A320neo fleet with an average fleet age of four years. The aircraft have ultra-efficient engines as well as lightweight comfortable seats. Frontier is 43% more fuel efficient than other airlines.</span></p> <p> <strong>Service from </strong> <strong>Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX):</strong> </p> <table cellspacing=”0″ width=”100%” class=”ms-rteTable-default”> <tbody> <tr> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default” style=”width:33.3333%;”>SERVICE TO:</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default” style=”width:33.3333%;”>SERVICE START:</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default” style=”width:33.3333%;”>SERVICE FREQUENCY:</td> </tr> <tr> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Philadelphia (PHL)</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Nov. 5, 2022</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Daily</td> </tr> <tr> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Orange County, California (SNA)</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Nov. 5, 2022</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Daily</td> </tr> <tr> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood (FLL)</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Nov. 5, 2022</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Daily</td> </tr> <tr> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Portland, Oregon (PDX)</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Nov. 6, 2022</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>3x/week**</td> </tr> <tr> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Baltimore-Washington (BWI)</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Nov. 17, 2022</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Daily</td> </tr> <tr> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Nashville (BNA)</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Jan. 12, 2023</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>3x/week**</td> </tr> <tr> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Kansas City (MCI)</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Jan. 12, 2023</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>3x/week**</td> </tr> <tr> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Seattle-Tacoma (SEA)</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Jan. 13, 2023</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>4x/week**</td> </tr> <tr> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Minneapolis-Saint Paul (MSP)</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Jan. 13, 2023</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>4x/week**</td> </tr> <tr> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Indianapolis (IND)</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>Jan. 13, 2023</td> <td class=”ms-rteTable-default”>2x/week</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p> <strong> </strong> </p> <p>**Service will be offered less frequently through mid-February and then offered as reflected in the grid above starting the week of Feb. 19, 2023. </p> <p>For more information on all the places you can travel from America’s Friendliest Airport®, please visit <a target=”_blank” href=””></a><br></p> <p>​<br><br></p> </html></div>
Historic Preservation Rehabilitation Grant Funds Now Available and Development8/26/2022 4:00:00 PM 5.jpgHistoric Preservation Rehabilitation Grant Funds Now Available <div class=”ExternalClass35203A1E453340B483A2905FA76ED57B”><html> <p>​The city of Phoenix Planning and Development Department’s Historic Preservation Office is pleased to announce the return of grant money availability that could help you with your historic home rehabilitation costs.</p> <p>Voters approved more than $42 million in bond funds from 1989 through 2006 for Historic Preservation. These funds were used to enhance, preserve and protect dozens of city-owned historic properties in Phoenix and were used to establish multiple grant programs for private property owners, including the Exterior Rehabilitation Grant Program. </p> <p>The last of the 2006 Exterior Rehabilitation bond funds were allocated in 2015, and no grant rounds occurred from 2016 through 2020.  However, in 2021, the City Council set aside $200,000 from the General Fund to re-establish the Exterior Rehabilitation Grant Program.  These funds were awarded to 12 grant applicants last fiscal year, and now the City Council has approved another $200,000 for Exterior Rehabilitation grants for the 2022-23 fiscal year.  Applications for the new fiscal year are now being accepted. </p> <p>As was the case in 2021, this year’s program offers more funding and flexibility than in previous years:</p> <p>• Applications are now submitted electronically.  No more making multiple hard copies and submitting applications in person.<br></p> <p>• Only one cost estimate is required for each work item instead of two.</p> <p>• Instead of a $10,000 limit as in the past, you can now request up to $20,000 in funding.</p> <p>Applications for this round of funding are due by Friday, November 18, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. </p> <p>In addition, a virtual grant workshop will take place on Thursday, September 15, 2022, at 6:00 p.m.  A WebEx meeting link will be provided on the city of Phoenix Historic Preservation Office website approximately 48 hours before the workshop begins.  The workshop will also be recorded so it can be viewed afterward, with a link provided on the HP website. </p> <p>For more information, please visit the city’s website at <a target=”_blank” href=”/pdd/historic-preservation/exterior-rehab-assistance”> </a>or e-mail staff at <a target=”_blank” href=””>​</a>.​<br></p> <p> <br> </p> </html></div>
Phoenix COVID-19 Testing and Select Vaccination Events Management & Homeland Security8/25/2022 4:45:00 PM COVID-19 Testing and Select Vaccination Events<div class=”ExternalClass44510D6BD1044F54B4C413321DA53F7F”><html> <div class=”ExternalClassFA4EFB964BD142158CA446F5807F9C77″> <br> <h2 class=”ms-rteElement-H2″>General Inform​​ation</h2><h3>Face Mask Requirements After CDC Eases Guidelines</h3><p>In Feb. 2022, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced a new set of measures that will allow people who are healthy and living in counties where the coronavirus poses a low or medium community risk level, to stop wearing a face mask in public settings.<a target=”_blank” href=”/newsroom/city-manager/2253″> As of Feb. 28, 2022, Maricopa County is at a medium risk level, so effective immediately, a face mask will not be required for most City employees</a>.<br></p><h3>Downtown Phoenix Buildings Are “By Appointment Only”​<br></h3><p>​<a href=”/newsroom/public-works/1084″ target=”_blank”>Public access to the following downtown city of Phoenix buildings is currently by appointment only ​</a><br>Phoenix City Hall – 200 W. Washington St.<br>Calvin C. Goode Building – 251 W. Washington St.<br>Phoenix Public Transit Building – 302 N. First Ave​</p><p></p><h3>City of Phoenix Impacted City Services Update</h3><p> <a target=”_blank” href=”/newsroom/em-and-hs/1054″>Learn what’s impacted with current city services. Learn more.</a><br> </p><h3>Coronavirus Business & Resident Resources </h3><p> <a target=”_blank” href=”/resources”>Additional resources for Phoenix businesses, the workforce, and residents relating to COVID-19. Learn more.</a><br> </p><h3>Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) Strategic Plan</h3><p> <a target=”_blank” href=”/COVIDrelief”>Information and updates on the Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) Strategic Plan funded by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Learn more.</a> ​​​<br> </p> ​ <h2>​COVID-19 T​​esting<br></h2><p>We’re all in this together. <a href=”” target=”_blank”>#COVID19</a> testing with no out-of-pocket cost. The city of #PHX now has two #COVID19 mobile testing vans out in the community. A limited number of free at-home COVID-19 test kits and masks will be available at mobile testing events on a first-come, first-served basis. Note: The FDA has extended the shelf-life of iHealth COVID-19 antigen rapid tests. <a href=”” target=”_blank”>Learn more and check the expiration date of your test.</a><span style=”background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;”>​</span></p><p style=”margin:0px 0px 10px;line-height:1.6;”> <strong>Mobile Van #1: </strong><a href=”” target=”_blank”>Vincere Cancer Center</a><br><strong>Mobile Van #2: </strong><a href=”” target=”_blank”>Premier Lab Solutions</a><br><strong>Blitz Vendor #1: </strong><a href=”” target=”_blank”>Equality Health​</a><br><strong>Blitz Vendor #2: </strong><a href=”” target=”_blank”>Family Tree Health Care​</a><br> </p><p style=”margin:0px 0px 10px;line-height:1.6;”>Free at-home COVID-19 test kits are also available at all <a href=”” target=”_blank”>17 Phoenix Library Locations​</a>. The tests will be available in limited quantities on a first-come, first-served basis.<br></p><h2> Vaccinations<br></h2><p>Select events marked with <strong> <span style=”color:#0066cc;”>Testing & Vaccination Event</span></strong> offer COVID-19 tests and vaccines! For other vaccine locations see <a target=”_blank” href=””>Maricopa County Vaccine Finder</a> and <a target=”_blank” href=””> seach</a>.<span style=”background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;”>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​</span></p><h3>Saturday, August 28, 2022<br></h3><p> <strong>Mobile Van #1.</strong> Falcon Park<br> 3420 W. Roosevelt St., Phoenix, AZ 85009<br><strong><span style=”color:#0066cc;”>Testing & Vaccination Event</span></strong><br> 7:15 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.<br> Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p><h3>Tuesday, August 30, 2022<br></h3><p> <strong>Equality Health Event.</strong> Grant Park<br> 701 S 3rd Ave., Phoenix 85003<br><strong><span style=”color:#0066cc;”>Testing & Vaccination Event</span></strong><br>4:00 – 8:00 p.m.<br>Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p><h3>Wednesday, August 31, 2022<br></h3><p> <strong>Mobile Van #2.</strong> Falcon Park<br> 3420 W. Roosevelt Street, Phoenix, AZ 85009<br> 7:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.<br>Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p><p> <strong>Family Tree Event.</strong> Zion Institute<br> 1522 E. Southern Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85042<br><strong><span style=”color:#0066cc;”>Testing & Vaccination Event</span></strong><br>8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.<br>Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a>​​<br></p><h3>Thursday, Sept. 1, 2022<br></h3><p><strong>Mobile Van #1.</strong> El Reposo Park<br> 502 E. Alta Vista Road, Phoenix, AZ 85042<br> 7:15 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.<br> Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p><h3>Saturday, Sept. 3, 2022<br></h3><p><strong>Mobile Van #2.</strong> Falcon Park<br> 3420 W. Roosevelt Street, Phoenix, AZ 85009<br> 7:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.<br>Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p><h3>Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022<br></h3><p><strong>Mobile Van #1.</strong> Starlight Park<br> 7810 W. Osborn Road, Phoenix, AZ 85033<br> 1:00 – 7:00 p.m.<br> Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p><h3>Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022<br></h3><p><strong>Family Tree Event.</strong> Zion Institute<br> 1522 E. Southern Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85042<br> <strong><span style=”color:#0066cc;”>Testing & Vaccination Event</span></strong><br>8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.<br>Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p><h3>Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022<br></h3><p><strong>Mobile Van #2.</strong> Santa Maria Park<br> 3425 S. 71st Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85043<br><br> <strong><span style=”color:#0066cc;”>Testing & Vaccination Event</span></strong><br>8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.<br>Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p><h3>Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022<br></h3><p><strong>Family Tree Event.</strong> Zion Institute<br> 1522 E. Southern Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85042<br> <strong><span style=”color:#0066cc;”>Testing & Vaccination Event</span></strong><br>8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.<br>Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p><p><strong>Mobile Van #2.</strong> Cortez Park<br> 3434 W. Dunlap Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85051<br> 1:00 – 7:00 p.m.<br>Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p><h3>Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022<br></h3><p><strong>Mobile Van #1.</strong> Paradise Valley Park<br> 17642 N. 40th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85032<br> 7:15 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.<br> Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p><h3>Monday, Sept. 19, 2022<br></h3><p><strong>Mobile Van #2.</strong> Roadrunner Park<br> 3502 E Cactus Road, Phoenix, AZ 85032<br> 7:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.<br>Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p><h3>Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022<br></h3><p><strong>Family Tree Event.</strong> Zion Institute<br> 1522 E. Southern Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85042<br> <strong><span style=”color:#0066cc;”>Testing & Vaccination Event</span></strong><br>8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.<br>Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p><h3>Friday, Sept. 23, 2022<br></h3><p><strong>Mobile Van #1.</strong> Falcon Park<br> 3420 W. Roosevelt Street, Phoenix, AZ 85009<br> <strong><span style=”color:#0066cc;”>Testing & Vaccination Event</span></strong><br> 7:15 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.<br> Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p><h3>Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2022<br></h3><p><strong>Family Tree Event.</strong> Zion Institute<br> 1522 E. Southern Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85042<br> <strong><span style=”color:#0066cc;”>Testing & Vaccination Event</span></strong><br>8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.<br>Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p><p><strong>Mobile Van #2.</strong> Starlight Park<br> 7810 W. Osborn Road, Phoenix, AZ 85033<br> 1:00 – 7:00 p.m.<br>Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p><h3>Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022<br></h3><p><strong>Mobile Van #1.</strong> Cortez Park<br> 3434 W. Dunlap Road, Phoenix, AZ 85051<br> 7:15 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.<br> Register at: <a target=”_blank” href=””></a></p> ​​​ ​ </div> </html></div>

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