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Reinvesting in Memphis

As our 2019 bicentennial nears, Mayor Jim Strickland’s vision for our third century is growth fueled by our core and neighborhoods. We'll build up — not out.
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Connecting Memphis

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A City Of Opportunity

With thousands of jobs available in the region, coupled with free technical and community college, there's no denying that Memphis is an Opportunity City.
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MLK 50th Anniversary

Honoring Dr. King

Our sanitation workers stood for dignity in 1968 and changed the world. This year, we honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and examine where we go from here.
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How Memphis is commemorating MLK50

“I AM A MAN” will be reborn in Memphis Saturday as city employees, students and members of the community will walk from City Hall to Clayborn Temple.
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Young nominated to be new MLGW CEO

Mayor Jim Strickland has selected Jarl T. (J.T.) Young to be the new president and chief executive officer of Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division.
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State of the City

Mayor Jim Strickland said in his annual State of the City address today that his administration is focused on reinvesting in the city’s core and neighborhoods to fuel economic development and population growth from within.
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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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I AM A MAN March

City Hall
6:00 AM
In the spirit of Dr. King and to honor the Sanitation Workers of 1968, you are invited to gather at City Hall to commemorate the I AM A MAN marches. Join us for live entertainment, speakers, and fellowship at this once in a lifetime experience.
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Memphis Black Restaurant Week

Black Restaurant Week is an opportunity for Black-Owned restaurants to offer dining deals to bring in new customers and raise awareness. 

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