San Tan Valley Area Information

During the call to the public in August, at the Pinal County Board of Supervisors Meeting, long time Gold Canyon resident, Roberto Reveles, presented a proposal to change the name US 60.
Pinal County's Animal Care and Control Department is pleased to offer another day with extra hours for taking care of business or adopting a new furry friend.
A man out catching snakes for fun ended up getting bit twice on his face and neck. "I wasn't thinking," Victor Pratt said. "Instead of being a father, I was being a buddy."
Pinal County Transportation Advisory Committee is set to call to order the first of three public meetings. Appointed by the Board of Supervisors, the Transportation Advisory Committee is a 10-member panel that meets annually to review, update, and recommend projects for the Pinal County Five-Year Transportation Improvement and Maintenance Program.
Residents in Pinal County want more roads and Pinal County elected officials hope a proposed sales tax increase will pay for those projects.
A Four Peaks Elementary School Principal has been arrested by the Pinal County Sheriff’s office (PCSO) for luring teen girls online. 59-year-old Karl Judd Waggoner was arrested near the school, in Apache Junction, early this morning.
The Pinal County Treasurer's office is dedicated to the tax payers of our great county. As a means of providing exceptional service and reducing costs to the tax payers, we will no longer be mailing tax bills internationally starting in 2018.
The public is invited to comment on six applicants for a vacancy on the Superior Court in Pinal County created by the appointment of Judge Karl C. Eppich to Division Two of the Arizona Court of Appeals.
"Pinal County's Workforce Puzzle...Preparing Today's Communities for Tomorrow's Opportunities" is the theme for the 30th Annual Pinal County Town Hall, Thursday October 19th. Approximately 150 delegates are expected to attend the informative sessions being held at Robson Ranch located at 5750 N. Robson Blvd., Eloy, Arizona.
On November 7, 2017, Pinal County residents will be asked to vote on two ballot items that the Pinal County Board of Supervisors, the Pinal County Sheriff and the Pinal County Attorney believe will solve Pinal County's current transportation problems and future challenges.
Notice is hereby given to all Pinal County Residents and Businesses that a public meeting will be held on Tuesday August 29, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. in the Ironwood Room of the Pinal County 1891 Courthouse, located at 135 N. Pinal St. Florence, AZ 85132, for the purpose of discussing a proposed amendment to the Pinal County Alarm Systems Fee/Penalty Schedule Resolution, presently codified as Resolution No. 120402-ASFPS. Members of the public in attendance will have the opportunity to provide comment on the proposed amendment, which seeks to amend the resolution as follows:
During routine mosquito surveillance, the Pinal County Public Health Services District (PCPHSD) detected the first West Nile Virus (WNV) positive mosquitoes in the county this season, more specifically in the San Tan Valley area. Mosquito surveillance data is used to help determine the risk of mosquito borne disease to Pinal County residents and visitors and it guides PCPHSD's disease prevention efforts.
Pinal County Juvenile Court is looking for volunteers who would like to contribute time to young people who are in need guidance.
A skimming device was found at the Bowlins gas station in Picacho, Arizona. We are releasing a picture of the men who placed the skimming device in the gas pump last month. The device allows them to collect your credit card information. The men pose as either gas station or gas pump repair employees.
The Town of Florence recently learned that someone is contacting Florence residents, stating they are a representative of the Town, and asking people to sign-up for a credit card.
Applications are being accepted for a vacancy on the Superior Court in Pinal County created by the appointment of Judge Karl C. Eppich to Division Two of the Arizona Court of Appeals.
The Pinal County Justice of the Peace precincts are being redrawn, effective January 1, 2019, which officials expect could save at least $280,000.
Pinal County Animal Care and Control is full. Very full.
Time to print out those resumes and don your best interview suit, Arizona@Work Pinal County is co-sponsoring a job fair in Maricopa on Wednesday, July 19.
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