San Tan Valley Area Information

Johnson Utilities L.L.C. had filed a motion seeking special action relief from the Arizona Corporation Commission’s order appointing a third-party interim manager (EPCPR) to conduct Johnson Utilities’ operations. It argued that "the Commission lacked authority to interfere with the internal management of a public service corporation, and therefore that the Commission lacked jurisdiction to issue the interim management order".
If you like Fish Fry, plan on joining the Knights of Columbus this Friday and every Friday thru April 12th, from 5pm-8pm.
A second standalone Starbucks store has officially opened in San Tan Valley. Located on the northeast corner of Ironwood and Ocotillo, in San Tan Valley, Starbucks opened its doors at 4:00 am, with a line outside of customers that started forming at 3:30 am.
Bringing additional sources for quality drinking water into the Johnson Utilities water system in San Tan Valley is a top priority for interim manager, Epcor. One of the sources available is the SanTan Well #1 which Epcor is currently working to bring online.
The warm weather will be here before we know it, and EPCOR is focused on incremental solutions that will add up to increased capacity to meet higher water demand this summer.
On Thursday, January 31st, just before 10 a.m., a 26-year-old woman, was jogging in the Johnson Ranch community in San Tan Valley.
Rural Metro Fire is proud to announce their partnership with AirMed. AirMed, a 24/7/365 Medical Air Transport company, focuses on fixed wing aircraft transportation from hospital to hospital, anywhere in the world.
On February 6th, just after 1:15 a.m., the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office received a call of shots fired at a park in the area of West Skyline Drive and North Village Lane in San Tan Valley.
On Friday, February 8, 2019 at 4:26 a.m., the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office was called out to a car accident involving a pedestrian at Gary Road and Charbray Drive in San Tan Valley.
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office received a call from Gila River Police Department on Wednesday, February 6th, just after 6 pm for 12-year-old Kevin Valenzuela who was admitted to the hospital for a possible gunshot wound to the leg. The child was at Gila River Health Care and getting transported to Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
A Freeze Warning has been issued for San Tan Valley and the surrounding areas in northern Pinal County, including Casa Grande, Florence, Coolidge, Apache Junction and Gold Canyon.
A Community Open House with EPCOR is scheduled for February 27, 2019. The public is welcome.
The call volume for fire alarms has tripled for our local San Tan Valley fire department. "Some of it is due to turning your heat on for the first time, this blows dust out and can trigger your smoke detector," says Deputy Fire Marshal, Ken Diamond.
Baby, It's Cold Outside!  Cover up those pipes and plants and bring your pets inside this weekend.
By now many people have already broken the New Year’s resolutions they made for themselves at the beginning of the month. But that’s no reason they can’t make and keep New Year’s resolutions for their pets. It’s not uncommon this time of year to see that four legged friends have put on a few pounds- the result of less exercise and more goodies during the holidays. So consider the following four resolutions to get your pet back into shape and good health.
In response to flu and respiratory virus season activity increasing, Banner Health has implemented visitor restrictions at all of its hospitals, beginning Wednesday, Jan. 2.
Most who have driven through San Tan Valley have come across "Squirrel", a local resident who enjoys sitting on the street corner with a sign that simply reads, "Just Smile".  He waves at everyone who drives or walks by and brings a smile to everyone who sees him.
Construction crews working to widen Hunt Hwy on January 10, 2019, cut into a Cox fiber optic line in two places, just south of Copper Basin in San Tan Valley.
Epcor, the interim manager for Johnson Utilities is applying for an AZPDES permit to allow A+ effluent to be discharged into the Queen Creek wash. After the rain last week, the current effluent users are not able to take any more water and the basins are full. 
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) issued a Water Quality Advisory on January 11, 2019 for the unpermitted discharge of recycled water from Johnson Utilities’ Pecan Water Reclamation Plant into Queen Creek in the San Tan Valley area. There is no impact to Johnson Utilities’ drinking water systems and there has NOT been a release of untreated sewage into the environment.
1 Feb
Voyager, A Tribute to the Music of Journey
Date 02.01.2020 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
15 Feb
ABBAFAB: Tribute to ABBA
Date 02.15.2020 7:30 pm
14 Mar
Aretha: The Queen of Soul: Tribute
Date 03.14.2020 7:30 pm
29 Mar
High Tide: Beach Boys Tribute
Date 03.29.2020 2:00 pm
26 Apr
GARTH LIVE!
Date 04.26.2020 2:00 pm

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