San Tan Valley Area Information

Before the kids head back to school, make the most of your summer vacation by spending some time with Arizona State Parks & Trails. There are activities for all age groups and every interest!
Flash flooding in the Grand Canyon caused by heavy monsoon rains prompted evacuations at the Havasupai Campground and surrounding areas Wednesday night.
It's time to "stick your neck out" and help find a name for the Phoenix Zoo's baby Masai giraffe. The female baby was born June 26.
We know you probably did your homework before finally making the leap to move to one of the fastest growing cities in America. That means you read the articles and quizzed your friends, but until you settle into Phoenix during its notoriously brutal summers, you're probably still not ready.
Teenagers hoping to get their learners permit are flocking to the Permit Test @ Home, a new online test option introduced by the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division earlier this year.
Gross! That may be your first thought, but the desert is home to many edible bugs, insects and critters! A lot of these insects pack a lot of protein if you are able to get past the nasty factor. Here are a few insects found in the desert you can eat if you dare!
An important reminder for teenage drivers and for parents of teenage drivers: a new teen wireless device ban takes effect this weekend.
As it prepares for monsoon storms, the Arizona Department of Transportation is asking motorists and their passengers not to toss litter along highways. Why? Because the trash can block drainage grates or wind up in the nearly 60 pump stations that ADOT operates along Phoenix-area freeways.
Protecting Arizona waterways is as easy as opening an App on your Smartphone. As the monsoon kicks off, download the Arizona Water Watch Mobile App, recently developed by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ). Users can easily submit photos and data for any stream, wash, river or lake in the state within a few minutes.
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) provides vehicle owners with hundreds of dollars towards repairs after failed emissions tests through the Voluntary Vehicle Repair Program (VVRP). ADEQ understands the financial strain that can come with having to repair a vehicle due to a failed emissions test. Vehicle owners are now able to use VVRP to get back on the road faster, saving money and reducing emissions. With cleaner burning engines, the public and environment benefit with better air quality.
The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) has just launched a new and improved website, as part of the agency’s initiative to serve taxpayers through enhanced customer service, continuous improvement and innovation.
The word likely makes you think of a state like Florida, but Arizona highway drivers should stay alert for “gators” on the highway, especially with summer upon us.
Extreme fire danger across the state has prompted various agencies to close off sections of public land. Closures at popular places in the Tonto National Forest like Water Wheel, Christopher Creek Campground,and Flowing Springs, for example, already thwarted many people's plans for Memorial Day.
Greeting a loved one at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport can sometimes knock you off your feet.
No more fatal crashes. Selfish drivers? This is on you.
Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) officials announced today improved procedures for identifying and communicating environmental issues to Arizonans and their families.
Arizona lawmakers worked through Wednesday night and into Thursday morning to pass an education funding and teacher pay bill.
Salt River Project has initiated a program to support the installation and use of battery storage systems for its residential customers. The Battery Storage Incentive Program will provide up to $1,800 ($150 per DC-kWh) for customers who purchase and install qualifying lithium ion battery technologies. The program will be available for up to 4,500 SRP residential electric customers on a first-come, first-served basis during a 36-month period, beginning May 1, 2018.
Governor Doug Ducey, Senate President Steve Yarbrough and House Speaker J.D. Mesnard released the following joint statement today announcing a deal on a 20 percent pay raise for Arizona teachers.
Governor Doug Ducey on Tuesday put out an open letter to teachers, parents, students and school officials, explaining his budget proposal.
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