San Tan Valley Area Information

During the summer months, air conditioners can account for 50 percent or more of a customer's total utility bill and SRP wants to help its customers learn how to save on energy bills by giving away 1,500 LED lightbulbs and 100 smart thermostats this summer.
Paladin Sports Outreach is excited to announce that registration is now open for the following sports:
EPCOR has finalized the 2018 water quality reports for the two districts in the Johnson Utilities service area. These annual reports are required by state and federal agencies for all regulated community water systems and compile testing data on dozens of regulated contaminants. They are pleased to report that the water in the Johnson Utilities service area meets all current state and federal safety regulations.
A few weeks ago, APS announced that they would be placing holds on disconnects. Below you will find a list of available programs and resources that may provide assistance.
July is typically the highest-use month of the year for water in Arizona and significant work has been done to put the Johnson Utilities system in position to meet peak demand. These improvements include improvements to San Tan #1 well, which now adds approximately 600 gallons per minute (gpm) to the system and will be capable of producing nearly double that amount once a power upgrade is completed mid-July.
Portions of south-central Arizona, including San Tan Valley are under an excessive heat warning from 10am Thursday to 8pm Friday.
The Pinal County Sheriff's Office needs your help in finding 81-year-old Leo Leonard Reutter of San Tan Valley.
Parents are breathing a sigh of relief as kids return to school. For so many of us the end of summer means regaining our daytime freedom. No more… “I’m hungry” or “I’m bored” as we drop our kids off at school or load them on the bus and send them on their way.
San Tan Valley's Leading Edge Academy Mountain View Campus has named Kristin Boatright as the new principal beginning with the 2019-2020 school year. Mrs. Boatright will move into this principal role after spending the last two school years as Assistant Principal alongside the recently retired Steve Butcher.
The National Weather Service has extended an Excessive Heat Warning for San Tan Valley, Pinal County from 7/15/19 10 AM -7/16/19 8 PM.
On July 18, the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) reviewed and discussed a recommended $129 million capital improvement plan that prioritizes water and wastewater infrastructure improvements necessary for the Johnson Utilities system over the next three years.
At EPCOR, safety is our top priority. We want to make sure customers and the public are adequately informed about their Johnson Utilities water and wastewater service, and extra measures and work underway to improve that service.
A San Tan Valley couple needed help hanging their American flag outside their home, so they turned to social media. Their post spread like wildfire, and Rural Metro proved the spark in their community can't be put out.
The J.O. Combs Unified School District will host its Second Annual Summer Job Fair on Thursday, June 6 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm in the Combs Traditional Academy Gymnasium, located at 37327 N Gantzel Rd., San Tan Valley, AZ 85140. This free event is open to the public and will provide job seekers with the opportunity to interview on-site for full-time, part-time, and seasonal positions.
Families in need have one less thing to worry about this summer thanks to two summer food initiatives offered by J.O. Combs Unified School District.
The Section 11 Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) continues to be a very high priority for EPCOR’s management direction. We’re committed to transparent communications with customers on the actions we’re taking to improve conditions at the facility.
The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for: San Tan Valley and all of Pinal County from 6/11/19 10 AM to 6/13/19 8 PM.
The Pioneer Justice Court opened the doors to its new facility at 3675 E. Hunt Highway, San Tan Valley on May 6, 2019.
A new nonprofit to Arizona has a mission to bake and deliver birthday cakes to foster children and at-risk youth for their special day, and volunteers are needed in San Tan Valley.
Central Arizona College recognizes the reality of food insecurity among its student population and the extent to which hunger affects communities.
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