Mayor's Radio Show



KEOM Community Focus

Listen to Mayor Stan Pickett discuss a variety of topics, issues and programs about the City of Mesquite.

November2017: Mayor Stan Pickett and Mesquite Police Chief discuss the Take Lock Hide campaign to encourage the public to Take their keys, Lock their car doors and Hide any valuables left inside the car – all in the effort to reduce the crime of opportunity for car break-ins and car thefts

August 2017: Mayor Stan Pickett and Mesquite ISD Superintendent David Vroonland discuss the importance of traffic safety near schools and the city’s Drive Like Your Family Lives Here campaign.

August 2017: Mayor Stan Pickett and Neighborhood Services Director Raymond Rivas discuss the effort to address illegal bandit signs in the community. For details on the bandit sign campaign, visit www.cityofmesquite.com/BanditSigns.

June 2017: Police Chief Charles Cato and Fire Chief Mark Kerby discuss the new Celebrate Safely education and enforcement program to address illegal possession and use of fireworks as well as illegal celebratory gunfire during the July 4th holiday weekend.

June 2017: Mayor Pickett talks with Parks and Recreation Director Elizabeth Harrell about the June 10 Summer Sizzle event, music, contests and fireworks show.

May 2017: Mayor Stan Pickett discusses the city’s traffic safety program called Drive Like Your Family Lives Here.

August 2016: Mayor Stan Pickett discusses new school bus stop arm camera program, called “Stop On Red, Kids Ahead”, with MISD Superintendent Dr. David Vrooland.

April 2016: Neighborhood Services Director Raymond Rivas discusses code enforcement and other community appearance programs.

March 2016: New Police Chief Charles Cato is introduced to the KEOM audience.

February 2016: There are many opportunities to volunteer for the City of Mesquite on boards and commissions as well as special projects. For more details, visitwww.cityofmesquite.com/VolunteerOpportunities

January 2016: The new program called H.O.M.E (Helping Others in Mesquite Everyday). Opportunities for volunteers, the business community and monetary donations for the program which helps those in need with minor home repair. For more details, visit www.cityofmesquite.com/HOME

December 2015: New body cameras for police officers, Street Bond repair schedule, volunteer positions for boards and commissions, opportunities for youth groups to lead the Pledge of Allegiance at City Council meetings.