Community Programs

Community Town Halls

In the months before the statewide Town Hall, Arizonans can begin discussing the topic within their local communities at a Community Town Hall.  Arizona Town Hall will partner with a local organization to organize the Community Town Hall, which may vary in size from 25 to 250 people, and vary in length from 90 minutes to a day or more. Trained facilitators will lead participants through a Town Hall style discussion, and the report of each Community Town Hall will be published on the Arizona Town Hall website and provided to participants at the statewide Town Hall. For a list of Frequently Asked Questions about Community Town Halls, click here.

To become a Community Town Hall partner, click here.

List of Community Town Halls on Criminal Justice in Arizona

Program Location Program Date &
Registration Info
Event Flier
Final Report
Downtown Phoenix
April 19
Click here.
Click here.
St. Vincent de Paul
May 1
Click here.Click here.
White Mountains
July 28
Click here.Click here.
Prescott
September 12
Click here.
Click here.
Department of Corrections - Whetstone Unit, Pima County
September 13
Click here.
Click here.
MaranaSeptember 14
Click here.
Click here.
East Valley - Mesa
September 18
Click here.
Click here.
Department of Corrections - Lewis Facility, Maricopa County
September 20
Click here.
Click here.
West Valley - Avondale
September 21
Click here.
Click here.
Tucson - YWCA Conference Center
September 28
Click here.
Click here.
Sierra Vista
October 4
Click here.Coming soon.
Yuma
October 5
Coming soon.Coming soon.
South Phoenix
October 11
Click here.
Coming soon.
Tucson - Affected Populations
October 13
Click here.
Coming soon.
Phoenix - Soroptimist
October 25
Click here.
Coming soon.

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Community Outreach Programs

In the months following a statewide Town Hall, Arizonans can learn about the recommendations of the Town Hall and engage in a Town Hall style discussion about the recommendations and how to apply them in their own community. Community Outreach Programs are typically 60-90 minutes long "mini-Town Hall" gatherings.

Arrange for a shorter program in your community or as part of a presentation for a business, service or civic organization, by contacting the Arizona Town Hall office by phone at (602) 252-9600, or by e-mail.

List of Completed Community Outreach Programs on Funding preK-12 Education

For details and to register, click on the program you want to attend.

Program Location Program Date &
Registration Link
Prescott
 March 20
Tucson
 April 4
Sierra Vista
 April 5
Douglas
 April 5
Yuma
 April 23
West Valley
 May 2
Flagstaff
 May 3


Special thanks for supporting our statewide Community Programs goes to:

     


Special thanks to the Partners of the
"Criminal Justice in Arizona" Community Town Halls

Downtown Phoenix Community Town Hall
Morrison Institute for Public Policy
Pastor Center for Politics and Public Service
College of Public Service and Community Solutions

White Mountains Community Town Hall
White Mountain Nature Center, Navajo County Bar Association, John and Diana Burton, and Public Service and Public Safety organizations in the White Mountains

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