San Tan Valley Area Information

Legislation has been signed into law by Governor Doug Ducey that will require remote sellers and marketplace facilitators that have not been collecting transaction privilege tax (TPT) under current state law to begin filing and paying TPT in Arizona starting October 1, 2019.
Children and infants obviously aren’t going to get behind the wheel of a vehicle to drive anywhere, but they can still get an ID card from Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division.
Arizona motorists who’ve had their Driver License suspended may now order a temporary six-month I.D. card online at  Until now, this service required an in-person visit to an Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division office.
There are about 340 business days between now and October 1, 2020. On that date, TSA airport security checkpoints will require travelers to show federally-approved identification. Flyers who don’t have the proper ID will be delayed and possibly have their travel plans ruined.
Drivers should expect potentially hazardous driving conditions in higher elevations of northern Arizona as a late-season winter storm is expected to bring rain and snow to parts of the state through Thursday morning, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
The Arizona Legislature passed an $11.8 billion budget late Memorial Day after days of tense infighting among Republicans.
Clean, healthy drinking water plays a vital role in our daily lives. In Arizona, the water we drink comes from lakes, rivers and streams—even from underground. Celebrate Drinking Water Week May 5 – 11 with the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) by helping protect this precious natural resource at the source, before it reaches our homes.
Foster families will soon have free access to explore Arizona’s state parks, thanks to a new partnership between the Department of Child Safety (DCS) and Arizona State Parks and Trails.
Residential rental property owners and property management companies (PMCs) with questions about transaction privilege tax (TPT) filing and paying in Arizona can turn to dedicated resources through the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR).
Cases of parvo are especially bad this spring, with Arizona being one of the states hit the hardest.
Governor Doug Ducey has signed HB-2318, a ban on handheld cell phone use behind the wheel in Arizona.
A ban on hand-held cell phones while driving is now the law of the land in Arizona with Gov. Ducey signing HB 2318 on April 22.
Motorists who qualify for a permanent disability placard no longer need to worry about the portable credential expiring.
The deadline to file tax year 2018 individual income tax returns is April 15 and the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) has a number of support resources in place to assist taxpayers. 
The online Permit Test @ Home has proven to be a major hit for Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division customers, with 83,000 tests taken since the test officially went into operation in March 2018.
Before temperatures rise, now is the best time to make sure air conditioners are in top shape to handle Arizona’s triple-digit summer. SRP is offering two incentives to help its electric customers:
Attorney General Mark Brnovich is warning Arizonans about a rise in sophisticated scams related to the sale of timeshare interests in Mexico.   
Consumers could still buy that product. But under the terms of House Bill 2604 it would have to be labeled as “fake milk” or “alternative milk.” And there would have to be a “prominent statement” on the package that the product is made from plants, grown in a lab or other similar disclosure.
Arizona motorists who have a standard driver license or ID card have about 400 business days remaining until Oct. 1, 2020, when the federal Transportation Security Administration imposes stricter identification criteria for travelers to pass through airport checkpoints. Access to other facilities such as federal buildings and nuclear power plants is also affected.
 It’s time to start planning your spring break getaway, and you can get more out of your adventure with Arizona State Parks and Trails.
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