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Registration open for Memphis Civic Data Hackathon

Calling all techies and non-techies who love Memphis! Do you have an interest in data and developing creative solutions that will address civic challenges? Bring your ideas to the Civic Data Hackathon March 6 - 8!
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Registration open for 6th annual HERo Day

Memphis Fire Department, Girl Scouts Heart of the South, and Memphis Firefighters Foundation are hosting the 6th annual HERo Day for young women (grades 6-12) at the Chester Anderson Fire Training Campus on May 9.
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Part of Beale Street to close for One Beale construction

Beginning Monday, January 27, at 9 a.m. and lasting until Monday, February 10 at 4 p.m., Beale Street between Riverside Drive and Front Street will be blocked to through traffic to allow for the installation of sewer infrastructure on the One Beale Project.
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Part of Princeton Avenue to close to traffic

Beginning Friday, January 17 at 7 a.m., Princeton Avenue between Tillman Street and Glankler Street, will be closed to through traffic to allow crews to perform full depth roadway reconstruction work.
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Commonly asked questions about potholes

Public Works crews fill approximately 55,000 potholes annually. We’ve gotten several questions about potholes so we thought we’d share answers to some commonly asked questions.
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A New Decade of Promise and Opportunity

Four years ago, on this very day, I was sworn-in as your mayor. As it was then, and has been every day since—it is the honor of my professional life.
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Hurricane Creek Drainage Master Plan meeting

Oakhaven High School auditorium (3125 Ladbrook Road)
6:00 PM
The purpose of the drainage master plan is to identify potential solutions for flooding and drainage issues in the Hurricane Creek Basin. The study area is roughly bounded by the Nonconnah Creek (north of Democrat Road) to the north, just beyond Prescott Road & Tchulahoma Road to the east, State Line Road to the South and the Memphis International Airport & Airways Blvd. to the west. 

Information will be provided about the project's goals, scope, and schedule, and information will be gathered from residents and business owners about drainage and flooding problems in the basin.
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