Phoenicians April Trip - In the Heart of the City
Name: Phoenicians April Trip - In the Heart of the City
Date: April 21, 2017
Registration: Register Now
The new South Court Tower 175 West Madison Street
Get behind the scenes to see your tax dollars at work inside the fourth largest trial court in the country, the new South Court Tower. With over 200,000 new cases a year, the Tower, built just a few years ago, is innovative in victim services, infrastructure, and safety logistics.
This unique visit is just the start of an exciting day in the heart of the city.
Trip Chairs: Wendy Miller: 602-499-6809 & Lauren Hager
Trip Cost: $50 per person
Trip Attire: Phoenicians Uniform with (extra) comfortable walking shoes
Deadline: Monday, April 17th, 2017
7:30 Coffee and bagels at Century Library, 1750 E. Highland Ave., Phoenix 85018
8:00 Bus departs for South Court Tower
8:30 Walking Tour of South Court Tower with Bob James, Deputy Court Administrator
10:00 Walking Tour of the Old Courthouse with MCSO Commander Justin Griffin.
11:30 Meet with Associate Presiding Judge Joseph C. Welty and Court Administrator, Ray Billotte for a tour of Justice Museum, Old Courthouse
12:15 Depart for lunch at the Arizona Center
12:30 Lunch at Canyon Cafe at the Arizona Center
Speaker: Tania Juarez, Adult Probation Officer, Presentence Investigations, West Court Building
2:00 Arrive in the Phoenix Warehouse District to tour neighbors:
WebPT and Galvanize in the historic renovated 120,000 SF Warehouse District.
WebPT is one of the nation’s fastest growing privately held companies providing more than 300 local jobs in Phoenix while helping more than 65,000 members with an innovative web based physical therapy electronic medical record software.
This Galvanize campus is one of nine across the country revolutionizing how to “level up” with diverse, extended education in Coding, Data Science, Date Engineering and much more!
4:30 Return to Century Library