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Phoenix is the 5th largest city in the United States. We’re a vibrant, growing city and a great place to livework, and play! Explore their website for news and to learn about city services. Follow them on social media.

City of Phoenix Council Districts

The Phoenix City Council is made up of a mayor and eight councilmembers, elected by the people on a non-partisan ballot for four-year terms. There are 8 City of Phoenix council districts.

Phoenix City Council District 6

The boundary map of Phoenix City Council District 6 is bar-bell shaped and includes communities such as the Biltmore, Ahwatukee, Arcadia, and North Central. The northern part of the district has Central Avenue and Northern Avenue as the northern boundary and Buckeye Road and 48th Street as the southern boundary. The southern part of the district has Baseline Road and 48th Street as the northern boundary and Central Avenue & Pecos Road as the southern boundary. We have a Phoenix police station by Pecos Park in Ahwatukee. Our current council member is Sal DiCiccio.

Phoenix City Council

Frequently Asked Questions

The boundary map of Phoenix City Council District 6 is bar-bell shaped and includes communities such as the Biltmore, Ahwatukee, Arcadia and North Central. The northern part of the district has Central Avenue and N​orthern Avenue as the northern boundary and Buckeye Road and 48th Street as the southern boundary. The southern part of the district has Baseline Road and 48th Street as the northern boundary and Central Avenue & Pecos Road as the southern boundary.
Please click HERE to see more detailed maps of District 6

Councilman Sal DiCiccio was appointed by the Mayor and Phoenix City Council to fill out the term of Councilman Greg Stanton on Feb. 10, 2009. DiCiccio was previously elected to serve Council District 6 in 1994 and 1998.

Councilman DiCiccio attended Arizona State University and earned a bachelor’s degree in Business. A businessman and fiscal conservative, DiCiccio looks for opportunities to stretch every dollar on behalf of the taxpayer.

As councilmember, DiCiccio lists his three goals as job creation, improved public safety, and neighborhood preservation. To contact Councilman DiCiccio please call 602-262-7491 or council.district.6@phoenix.gov.

The District 6 staff, including Councilman DiCiccio, always like to know about community meetings in District 6 such as those put on by neighborhood associations, block watches, or local business alliances. Please contact our office at 602-262-7491 or council.district.6@phoenix.gov with information about an upcoming meeting and we will be sure to have Councilman DiCiccio or a staff member attend.

The city of Phoenix’s Public Works Department provides bulk trash pick-up as one of its many helpful services. Bulk trash consists mainly of those materials that cannot be placed in your green/black garbage container or recycled in your blue recycling container.

Bulk trash is collected from city-serviced residences four times each year. Material cannot be placed out for collection more than one week prior to collection, since it is important to keep neighborhoods and city looking clean and beautiful. To find the upcoming bulk trash collection days in your neighborhood, please click here.

First, schedule a neighborhood clean-up by getting five households in your neighborhood to participate. Please make sure to get their addresses and phone numbers so we can easily arrange for the bin for you. Next, contact our office at 602-262-7491 or council.district.6@phoenix.gov and we will help you fill out a form that the city’s Public Works Department requires for neighborhood clean-up requests.

Remember, Public Works requires two weeks notice to schedule all roll-off bin requests, so the sooner you get us the information about your neighborhood clean-up, the better. Roll-off bins and tool trailers are dropped off on Thursdays and Fridays and picked up the following Mondays and Tuesdays.

The city is committed to helping to keep Phoenix a safe, beautiful place to live. Some examples of blight in a neighborhood: inoperative motor vehicles, junk, trash, debris, peeling/chipped paint, commercial businesses operating in a residential zone, grass over 6 inches, dead trees or vegetation. If you would like to report blight in your neighborhood you may click HERE to report it online through the city’s Neighborhood Services Department.

You may also contact our office directly at 602-262-7491 or council.district.6@phoenix.gov with the details and we can report the blight concern for you. For more information about issues pertaining to property maintenance, zoning and non-permitted construction, please visit the Neighborhood Preservation Division’s Web site.

The District 6 office has a variety of contact lists so that people can find out more information about the plans for the South Mountain Freeway alignment, the proposed Door-to-Door Solicitation Ordinance, and volunteer opportunities in the district.

Please contact us at 602-262-7491 or council.district.6@phoenix.gov with you contact information and let us know which of these lists you would like to be added to. To receive the general District 6 news updates that include important information about issues and events in the district, please click HERE to sign up for the District 6 E-mail List serve.

The Phoenix City Council is made up of a mayor and eight council members. They are elected on a non-partisan ballot for four-year terms. This interactive page will help you locate your City Council district. You can view its boundaries and discover ways to get in touch with your councilmember.

To find your Phoenix City Council District use this map. You can then click on the parcel to see which Council District your address is in.

If you have any questions about your Phoenix City Council District, please call the Phoenix City Clerk Department at 602-261-8683

Ann O’Brien phoenix.gov/district1
Jim Waring phoenix.gov/district2
Debra Stark phoenix.gov/district3
Laura Pastor phoenix.gov/district4
Betty Guardado phoenix.gov/district5
Sal DiCiccio phoenix.gov/district6
Yassamin Ansari phoenix.gov/district7
Carlos Garcia phoenix.gov/district8
Mayor Kate Gallego, Mayor phoenix.gov/mayor

In 2018 the Mayor earned $87,998 annually as a full-time job.

Council members earned $61,599 per year.

While the city of Phoenix leans towards the Democratic Party, along with some other small areas within the county, the rest of it tends to vote heavily Republican, making it one of the more conservative urban counties in the country.

City of Phoenix
Mayor’s Office 200 W. Washington St., 11th floor. 
Phoenix, AZ 85003.
Phone: 602-262-7111

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego

Jeff Barton City ManagerJeff Barton City Manager | Jeff Barton was named City Manager in October 2021, after serving as Assistant City Manager since February 2021. Prior to that he served as Deputy City Manager since March 2020 and served as the director of the city’s Budget and Research Department since July 2015.

He has a proven track record at the city as a leader who understands the city’s finances and operations and the important balance between the city and the community and innovative solutions.

Barton’s 21-year career with the City of Phoenix started in 1999 as an internal auditor in the City Auditor Department. In the years that followed, he held a variety of roles that focused on the city’s sound financial stewardship, including multiple auditing positions, management assistant, and deputy Budget and Research Director.

He holds a bachelor of arts degree in political science from Morehouse College and a master of public administration from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania

Jeff Barton, City Manager
Phoenix City Hall
200 W. Washington St., 12th floor
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Email: jeffrey.barton@phoenix.gov

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District-6

Sal DiCiccio

Councilman Sal DiCiccio was appointed by the Mayor and Phoenix City Council to fill out the term of Councilman Greg Stanton on Feb. 10, 2009. DiCiccio was previously elected by Phoenix voters to serve Council District 6 in 1994 and 1998.

Councilman DiCiccio attended Arizona State University and earned a bachelor’s degree in Business. A businessman and fiscal conservative, DiCiccio looks for opportunities to stretch every dollar on behalf of the taxpayer.

As a council member, DiCiccio lists his three goals as “Job creation, improved public safety, and neighborhood preservation.”

Sal DiCiccio – Full Biography

https://www.phoenix.gov/district6/biography

List of Schools in Phoenix City Council District 6

Balsz Elementary School District

Orangedale Early Learning Center
5048 E. Oak St. Phoenix, AZ 85008
(602) 629-6800

Creighton Elementary School District

Biltmore Preparatory Academy
4601 N. 34th St. Phoenix, AZ 85018
(602) 381-6160

Madison School District

Madison Camelview Elementary School

2002 E. Campbell Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85016
(602) 664-7200

Madison Heights Elementary School

7150 N. 22nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85020
(602) 664-7800

Madison Meadows Middle School

225 W. Ocotillo Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85013
(602) 664-7600

Madison No.1 Middle School

5525 N 16th St. Phoenix, AZ 85016
(602) 664-7100

Madison Rose Lane Elementary School

1155 E Rose Lane Phoenix, AZ 85014
(602) 664-7400

Madison Simis Elementary School

7302 N. 10th Street Phoenix, AZ 85020
(602) 664-7300

Scottsdale Unified School District

Arcadia High School

4703 E. Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85018
(480) 484-6300

Hopi Elementary School

5110 E. Lafayette Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85018
(480) 484-6000

Inglesid​e Middle School

5402 E. Osborn Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85018
(480) 484-4900

Kyrene Elementary School District

Kyrene Akimel A-al Middle School

2720 E. Liberty Ln. Phoenix, AZ 85048
(480) 783-1600

Kyrene Centennial Middle School

13808 S. 36th St. Phoenix, AZ 85044
(480) 783-2500

Kyrene Altadena Middle School

14620 S. Desert Foothills Pkwy, Phoenix AZ 85048
(480) 783-1300

Kyrene de los Cerritos Elementary School

14620 S. Desert Foothills Pkwy Phoenix, AZ 85048
(480) 783-1200

Kyrene de la Colina Elementary School

13612 S. 36th St. Phoenix, AZ 85044
(480) 783-2600

Kyrene de la Esperanza

14841 S. 41st Pl. Phoenix, AZ 85044
(480) 783-1700

Kyrene de la Estrella Elementary School

2620 E Liberty Ln. Phoenix, Arizona 85048
(480) 783-1800

Kyrene de los Lagos Elementary School

17001 S. 34th Way, Phoenix, AZ 85048
(480) 783-1400

Kyrene de los Lomas Elementary School

11820 S Warner-Elliot Loop, Phoenix, AZ 85044
(480) 783-2800

Kyrene del Milenio Elementary School

4630 E. Frye Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85048
(480) 783-3400

Kyrene Monte Vista Elementary School

15221 S. Ray Rd Phoenix, AZ 85048
(480) 783-1500

Kyrene de la Sierra Elementary School

1122 E. Liberty Ln. Phoenix, AZ 85048
(480) 783-1100

Tempe Union High School District

Desert Vista High School

16440 S. 32nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85048
(480) 706-7900

Mountain Pointe High School

4201 . Knox Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85044
Phone: (480) 759-8449

Phoenix Union High School District

Camelback High School

4612 N. 28th St. Phoenix, AZ 85016
602-764-7000