San Tan Valley Area Information

On June 8, 2018, the Utilities Division Staff of the Arizona Corporation Commission filed a Memorandum requesting that a new docket be opened to investigate the recent water outage due to a pump failure and to determine if Johnson Utilities, LLC has the necessary managerial and technical capabilities to operate water and wastewater systems.
An open meeting at the Arizona Corporation Commission was held Tuesday, June 12th and Johnson Utilities was item #20. While most of San Tan Valley has been watching the dockets concerning water and air quality issues, billing, water pressure, etc,  this docket (WS-02987A-06-6667)  was seeking an extension of a conditional Certificate of Convenience and Necessity (CC&N) for Johnson Utilities.
While San Tan Valley residents wait to read the Recommended Opinion and Order (ROO) to be written by Adminstrative Law Judge (ALJ) Sarah Harping determining if an interim manager will be appointed to take over management of Johnson Utilities, Staff of the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) are determined to get all evidence to the ALJ before she writes her order.
Learning does not end when school lets out. Neither does the need for good nutrition. This program is available to all children between the ages of 1 and 18.
About a month ago, a developer met with Pinal County to discuss a site plan pre-application for a potential project.  Unlike most developers who are looking to build homes in San Tan Valley, this developer has a different idea ... bring entertainment to the San Tan Valley community.
A Pro Annexation group pushing to annex Encanterra into the Town of Queen Creek just announced another change to their plans.
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office was called to the Circle K at 320 E Hunt Highway after employees discovered a credit card skimmer on one of the pumps.
The Apache Junction Justice Court will hold its semi-annual Warrant Resolution Day on Saturday, June 9, 2018 from 9:00AM - 1:00PM. The Apache Junction Justice Court is located at 575 N. Idaho Road, Suite 200 Apache Junction, AZ 85119.
After four weeks of testimony in an evidentiary hearing and a deadline of May 25, 2018 set for closing briefs, the Arizona Corporation Commission staff filed their official recommendation regarding the appointment of an interim manager for Johnson Utilities - an interim manager should be appointed.
At of 3:52PM June 1, 2018, Johnson Utilities posted the following message on their Facebook page.
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In response to recent reports of especially low water pressure for Johnson Utilities customers in San Tan Valley, Commissioner Justin Olson has requested Corporation Commission staff to investigate the cause of this latest failure in the Johnson Utilities water system.
On June 4th, the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office arrested 19-year-old Brennan Ray of San Tan Valley for Impersonating a Peace Officer.
Johnson Utilities, L.L.C. announced that it is moving forward with plans to close its Section 11 Wastewater Treatment Plant (“WWTP”) located at 5452 East Hunt Highway.
According to the Town of Queen Creek website, "an application for annexation has been submitted to the Town of Queen Creek by a resident of the Encanterra community."
The government’s key witness in the Arizona Corporation Commission bribery case told jurors Wednesday she divorced husband lobbyist Jim Norton because he had multiple affairs but that her decision to testify against him and others was because “I didn’t want to go to jail.”
A new automated phone payment system is now available at Johnson Utilities. 
Friends for more than 12 years and a political supporter who has financed upwards of 75% of his campaigns, Pinal County Supervisor Todd House does not believe that his relationship with George Johnson has any influence over him.
Dark skies, bright stars and lit up road construction signs are typically what drivers see when driving through San Tan Valley around 3:30 a.m.  On April 27, 2018 however instead of alerting drivers of an upcoming road closure along Hunt Hwy, a sign reading "Hail Hitler" lit up the early morning sky.
The Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department will initiate its annual fire ban on Tuesday, May 1. “We typically try to wait until after Memorial Day weekend to implement our fire ban so park visitors can enjoy spending time around the campfire with their families during their visit. However, this year the valley hasn’t received a significant amount of rain, which has left conditions ideal for wildfire ignition. As a land manager, we believe the decision to implement sooner rather than later is the responsible thing to do to ensure park visitor and park resource safety,” said R.J. Cardin, Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Director.
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