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Cleaning our communities only makes the 901 more appealing. Take pride in your community and keep Memphis clean. 901 Keep it Clean.
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When the Brooks Museum relocates and the Memphis College of Art closes, what will happen to those buildings? Let your voice be heard.
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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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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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City receives public safety federal award

The City of Memphis has been awarded the Point Cloud City grant from the NIST Public Safety Innovation Accelerator Program for the Map901: Building Rich Interior Hazard Maps for First Responders proposal.
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Citizen University hosts summit in Memphis

CitizenFEST is a learning summit on how to exercise civic power, held in three communities across the country and hosted by Citizens University, a national civic organization based in Seattle.
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Weekly Update: The Memphis I know

In the past week, many Memphians have been confronted with our city’s violent crime challenge in a way that has hit closer to home than before.
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City to host prebid meeting for Convention Center renovation project

On Friday, the City of Memphis Office of Business Diversity and Compliance in partnership with the Memphis Convention Center and MFA, a local venture, will host a prebid meeting and diversity workshop for the Memphis Convention Center renovation project.
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Mayor's monthly data review released

The City of Memphis made strides in key areas in August, including decreasing answer time for 911 calls, decreasing violent crime, and increasing the number of applicants at Memphis Police Department.
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Poplar Avenue widening project to begin Monday

Beginning Monday, September 24, crews will begin a project to widen westbound lanes of Poplar Avenue from South Yates Road to 450’ east of the intersection, near the Memorial Park entrance.
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USDA grant supports urban forestry in Memphis

The Division of Parks and Neighborhoods has been awarded a grant for the third consecutive year from the USDA Forest Service and the Tennessee Department of Agriculture for Urban and Community Forestry.
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Part of Warford Street to close for railroad reconstruction

Beginning Tuesday, September 18, and continuing through Friday, September 21, Warford Street between Jackson Avenue and Chelsea Avenue will be closed to through traffic from 6:30 a.m. until 7 p.m. for reconstruction of the railroad spur crossing.
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When the Brooks Museum relocates and the Memphis College of Art closes, what will happen to those buildings? Take our online survey at POP.memphistn.gov.

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901 Keep It Clean

The City of Memphis and Memphis City Beautiful wants you to keep Memphis clean. Learn more: memphiscitybeautiful.org/901-keep-it-clean


Memphis Turns 200

We stand at the edge of a new century. Learn more at mem200.com

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Your City At Work

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Last month, about 10,000 requests for additional service were logged by our 311 system.
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Paving

We’ll pave 265 lane-miles this year, double from four years ago.

This Month In Memphis

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RiverArtsFest

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RiverArtsFest celebrates artistic talent from around the Mid-South and all 50 states, in what has become the longest-running fine arts festival in this region. 
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