The hand-crafted adobe home of US Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor has been taken apart brick by brick and is being moved, then reassembled from Paradise Valley to the land west of the Tempe Historical Museum, on the Green Line Riparian Area, to become part of the Carl Hayden Campus for Sustainabilty. Details: http://www.tempe.gov/business/chcs/
Check out the latest in Tempe, Arizona development and transportation options. See the new light rail system, views of Arizona State University and the Mill Avenue District. Mayor Hugh Hallman, Council members Corey Woods and Shana Ellis and City Manager Charlie Meyer lead you through a tour of Tempe's progress. Go to http://www.tempe.gov/maps for more details on development, http://www.tempe.gov/tim for transportation needs and http://www.tempe.gov/business for tools to start or expand a business in Tempe.
Learn how the City of Tempe is preserving historic homes, preserving the desert and creating new public gathering spaces along the Green Line Riparian Area. The former home of US Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and the Eisendrath House, both made of adobe, are within this area. Details: http://www.tempe.gov/business/chcs/
Take a virtual ride on Tempe's light rail system. Get the details on the Dec. 27 grand opening celebration and learn about how the new means of transportation works. Check out some of the new developments along the line, too.
Celebration Details: http://www.tempe.gov/destinationtempe
Light Rail Details: http://www.tempe.gov/tim
Development Details: http://www.tempe.gov/maps