San Tan Valley may not have a library, but thanks to Reading Arizona, access to books is only a click a way.
The nearly 110,000 residents of San Tan Valley are a few steps closer to being able to seek a vote on whether or not they want to become their own municipality, without the fear of neighboring communities vetoing that vote.
On February 9, 2017 at approximately 1:00 pm, Deputies responded to Gail Rd. and Snap Shot Rd., San Tan Valley, in reference to a single vehicle rollover, involving 5 teenagers (15 and 16 years old).
On February 8, 2017 at approximately 1:30 pm 19 year old Harlee Ann Hooper collided with another vehicle at Bella Vista Road and Quail Run Lane in San Tan Valley. The second vehicle involved was driven by 36 year old Robert M. Rodriguez. Robert was with his co-worker, 28 year old Les Hal Ross.
In an historic decision, the AZ House of Representatives voted 40-20 to pass HB2088, which moves San Tan Valley residents one step closer to determining their own future.
Pinal County Animal Care and Control will hold a vaccination clinic for people in the San Tan Valley and Florence Saturday, February 4, at the PCSO substation located at the corner of Hunt Highway and Arizona Farms Road.
Due to the upcoming safety improvement project along Ironwood, many motorists are now planning ahead and are concerned about the ongoing Hunt Highway construction.
Winter in Arizona brings amazing temperatures to enjoy the outdoors. Along with Golf, hiking, biking, and sitting out on the patio. Arizona residents take the chance to do a little fair weather clean up. Arizona winters also bring a false sense of security in burning off debris in your yard. Pinal County has opened up the seasonal burn permit process and that will mean a proliferation of open burns.
Yesterday, January 18, The House Local and International Affairs Committee passed a bill that helps San Tan Valley residents move a few steps closer to having the right to vote on whether or not they want to become a city.