The Pinal County Open Space and Trails Advisory Commission (Commission) is excited to announce a contest to design a logo for the County's Regional Trail network.
The Pinal County Animal Care and Control shelter will be closed from Thursday, November 26 to November 29. The shelter will reopen on Monday, November 30.
After much anticipation, the Pinal County Attorney’s Office proudly announces the creation of the Pinal County Veterans’ Court.
Pinal County, in coordination with the cities of Maricopa and Casa Grande, is holding two informational meetings to invite the public to comment on a recommended alternative for a new east-west transportation corridor through western Pinal County.
It's the time of year to start thinking about the Working Poor Tax Credit.
The Working Poor Tax Credit is a dollar-for-dollar charitable contribution you can give to 501(c)(3) corporations (nonprofits) that provide services for employed families struggling to make ends meet.
All phone lines and internet connectivity to Pinal County Animal Care and Control is currently down at the moment.
A contractor accidentally cut the connection while working on a septic system line.
Beginning Monday, November 9, reaching Pinal County's Citizen Call Center will be as simple as dialing 3-1-1.
The first 311 Center was created in Baltimore Maryland in 1996. The 3-1-1 digits are reserved for non-emergency local government services, and now there are 3-1-1 contact centers throughout the US and Canada.
She's only been the head of Pinal County Animal Care and Control for a few months and Director Audra Michael says she is make some needed changes to the organization.
If you have ever worried about missing an important court date in Pinal County Superior Court, worry no more! Clerk Stanford, dedicated to enhancements that will help make her office available 24/7, has introduced a new app that returns upcoming court dates for the next thirty days based on either a Name or Case Number search. Data is refreshed every thirty minutes. Results will not be returned on cases or parties that are Sealed or Restricted.
The Pinal County Supervisors joined county officials from across the state at the Eleventh Annual Legislative Summit of the County Supervisors Association (CSA), October 13-15, 2015, in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. At the event, local leaders established a county policy agenda for the 2016 state legislative session.
Donna McBride has been appointed by Arizona Governor Douglas A. Ducey to the Governor's Commission on Service and Volunteerism. The commission's mission is to provide Arizona communities opportunities to be strengthened through service and volunteerism. McBride signed her Oath of Office in late August and will be representing Pinal County.
The Pinal County Attorney’s Office and Pinal County Sheriff’s Office request a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union. The lawsuit challenges the constitutionality of Arizona’s Civil Asset Forfeiture laws.