Communications and Public Affairs


The Communications and Public Affairs Department develops and maintains community and media relations as well as communication programs to present municipal information to the public. The Department also coordinates citizens' requests for service. In addition, it provides public relations support and media relations counsel to the Mayor, City Council, and City Manager's Office. It also oversees license agreements with cable television and telecommunication providers. Other roles and responsibilities include oversight of the City's social media presence and the production and design of Web sites, newsletters, publications, press releases, speeches, videos, and government cable television programming.


City Public Information Officers

Jennifer Honea
Departments: Management Services: Budget, Tax & Licensing; Human Resources; Information Technology; CityScope

Stephanie Romero
Departments: City Clerk; Neighborhood Resources: Code Enforcement, Housing, Diversity Office; Chandler Municipal Airport; Economic Development; Downtown Redevelopment; Development Services; Mayor & Council; Census 2020

Craig Younger
Departments: Chandler Fire (liaison); Cultural Affairs: Chandler Center for the Arts, Vision Gallery, Chandler Museum; Community Services: Parks, Recreation, Aquatics, Library; Public Works and Utilities: Water, Solid Waste, Streets

  • Communications and Public Affairs Director Matt Burdick (480-782-2232) is the liaison to the City Manager's Office; Courts, Law and Police. 

Please select one of the following categories to learn more about what services the Communications and Public Affairs Department provides.