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Mayor's Initiatives

Annual Back to School Bash

The Mayor hosts an annual Back to School Bash during the summer break for hundreds of underprivileged children.

Tree Lighting Ceremony/Toy Bash

A Tree Lighting Ceremony and Toy Bash is hosted annually for hundreds of underpriviled children in Belize City.

Annual Multi-Cultural Fair

An annual Multi-Cultural Fair is held during the September celebrations in Belize City.

Discount Package

The Mayor negotiated to have 301 Manual Workers benefit from an ongoing discount package courtesy of Publics Supermarket. 

Annual Primary School Examination Awards

Annually awards the top three performers of the Primary School Examination (PSE) with the Mayor's Plaque.

Greenery Project on Western Avenue

Beautify median on Western Avenue with the planting of coconut trees.

 Economic Summit

 

Violence Prevention Summit

Formulate a task force to combat the root causes of crime and to implement immediate strategies and recommendations to reduce abd eventually end these unfort 

Salary Increase for Employees at the Council

In 2009 employees with payscale 1 to 4 received 2 increments and payscale 5 received 1 increment

Placing of Roundabouts within the City

Place roundabouts on Freetown Road and Princess Margaret Drive to have better traffic management

Reconstruct Traffic Gazebo

Worked along with Benny's Home Center to reconstruct traffic gazebo at the foot of the Swing Bridge which brings back history, because in 1940 a traffic gazebo was built there.

Obtain Sponsorship of the contruction of two Bandstands

Mayor Moya-Flowers received sponsorship of two bandstands through kind donation for Hans and Nandini Bhojwani Foundation. The first bandstand was inaugurated in the Battlefield Park on September 22nd, 2010 and the second bandstand was inaugurated in the BTL Park (northside) on March 4th 2011.

Public Meetings and for it to be aired live on television

Organize monthly public meetings in all constituencies and insure live broadcasting for residents to watch in the comfort of their homes.

Get Up and Run! Program

The Mayor in conjuction with the Get Up and Run! Committee launched a exercise to promote healthy living and lifesytle changes. Exercise are done daily at the different zones starting at 5:00am. to 6:30am. Zones are as follows: Zone 1- Belama Phase II Football Field, Sir Sandy Hunter Street, Zone 2 - Marion Jones Stadium, Princess Margaret Drive, Zone 3 - Sister Clara Muhammad School, Cor. Fabers Rd. and Battle Field Park and Zone 4- Charles Hyde Building, Mahogany Street Ext.

Get and Run Summer Camp

The Belize City Council in conjunction with UNICEF is hosting a summer program to facilitate 600 youths to participate in 6 different sporting discipline such as: basketball, football, volleyball, track & field, frisbees and swimming. Register at Yarbrough Field, Lopez Mateo Park and YWCA. The camp starts on July 18th to August 19th 2011.

 

 

 

 

Initiative Pictures

Annual Back to School Bash

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Tree Lighting Ceremony/Toy Bash

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Annual Multi-cultural Fair

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Discount Package

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Annual Primary School Examination Awards

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Greenery Project on Western Avenue

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Economic Summit

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Violence Prevention Summit

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Salary Increase for Employees at the Council

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Placing of Roundabouts within the City

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Reconstruct Traffic Gazebo

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Monthly Public Meeting aired in all constituencies

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