Really Simple Syndication (RSS)

The city of Phoenix recognizes that, in today’s hectic world, people are increasingly looking for faster and better ways to get their news and information. Therefore, RSS is now offered on as a customer service.  We invite you to subscribe to one of our news feeds to keep up with what's going on in the city of Phoenix or sign up for our city news list serve to get all of our daily news delivered to you via e-mail.

What is RSS?

RSS is a format that easily allows Web-based content, such as news headlines, to be shared with, and read by, anyone having an RSS reader subscribing to a particular “feed.”  These feeds include links pointing back to the original Web site so subscribers can read the full news release, and these links update automatically.

How to Access RSS

There are a number of ways to access RSS feeds.  The majority of newer Internet browsers incorporate the ability to subscribe and manage feeds.  However, if you have an older browser that cannot display RSS feeds, you will need to upgrade to a browser that supports them or install a special reader that displays RSS feeds from the Web sites you select.  You can find numerous readers by searching on the Internet for the term "RSS Readers."  

Please contact your Internet Service Provider if you have questions or problems regarding browser issues.

rss_icon Subscribe to CIty NewsInstant updates of City of phoenix news releases and other information.
rss_icon Subscribe to News from AviationAviation press releases
rss_icon Subscribe to Aviation's PHX PerspectiveProject updates and Airport news
rss_icon Subscribe to News from Equal OpportunityEqual Opportunity Department news releases
rss_icon Subscribe to News from HousingHousing department news and events
rss_icon Subscribe to News from Parks and RecreationUpdates of Parks and Recreation news and events
rss_icon Subscribe to News from Public WorksThe latest news about garbage collection, recycling, sustainability and other Public Works Department services.


Terms of Use

You may use our RSS feeds for personal use in a news reader or as part of a non-commercial Web site or blog.  However, we request attribution whenever content is used.