Mt. Rushmore with Pam Weir, City of Goodyear, AZ

Posted on December 14, 2017


It’s Mount Rushmore season for ELGL members. We’re asking for your top four list on a variety of topics.


Pam Weir

Assistant to the City Manager – City of Goodyear, Arizona

Connect: LinkedIn and Twitter


Issues facing Goodyear:

  1. Growth, growth, and more growth. We are working hard to ensure our services keep pace with development and increasing population. Goodyear is 191 square miles and only 11% developed. That’s a lot of land left!
  2. We are exploring ways for the city have a more direct impact on population health through an amazing public-private partnership with our healthcare sector. Check out www.wellspringpark.org if you are interested in learning more!
  3. Implementing a cohesive, enterprise-wide performance management system. We’ve got some great elements like our continuous improvement initiative and data team, but we are working to align it all through a system.
  4. Water. Goodyear is in the West Valley of Phoenix and as of today relies solely on ground water. That’s changing soon thanks to a regional partnership that will bring surface water to Goodyear.

Things you do every day:

  1. Clear my email inbox
  2. Make sure my fiancé still wants to marry me
  3. Sing along loudly and proudly in my car
  4. Drink lots of water

Dinner guests:

  1. Leanne Davis- My fiancé and 2016 citizen #cityhallselfie champion
  2. Nicole Lance- friend, mentor, and #87 on the 2017 Traeger list
  3. Diana Taurasi- Phoenix WNBA Legend
  4. Tig Notaro- who doesn’t love a little deadpan comedy with their dessert?

Fears

  1. Spotting a bug in the shower
  2. U.S. political unrest
  3. Losing loved ones
  4. Small fish

Concerts

  1. The Bouncing Souls at Pearl Street Nightclub in Northampton, MA, 2007
  2. Tracy Chapman at the Calvin Theatre in Northampton, MA, 2009
  3. Indigo Girls at the Mishawaka Amphitheatre in Bellvue, CO, 2013
  4. Backstreet Boys at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, NV, 2017
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