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A resolution is in the works to keep a 66-inch water main pipeline off a Phoenix residential street, as a potential partnership with Arizona Department of Transportation is sought, officials … more
Continuing the ongoing effort to gather information and updates for its committees, the Paradise Valley Town Council heard from two more groups on Jan. 9. The Public Safety Retirement System … more
Many of the roadways Paradise Valley residents and motorists drive on are in pristine condition, officials say, requiring minimal work in the upcoming townwide maintenance plan to begin this … more
The Town of Paradise Valley seeks residents interested in sharing their time and experience by serving on one of the town’s volunteer committees. Paradise Valley has a proud tradition of … more
Paradise Valley’s municipal volunteer committee members, which arguably could be considered a backbone of the community, gave its elected officials a rundown of happenings in each of their … more
Potential reform of short-term rentals seems nearly inevitable, one elected leader says, as residents and officials around Arizona vented further issues at a second bipartisan meeting at the Arizona … more
A 68-year-old man has died from injuries sustained from a moped accident that occurred in the area of north Fanfol Drive and east Mountain View Road. more
Paradise Valley’s 2020 legislative agenda has been approved by town leaders, after a series of meetings to discuss top priorities. In November, the council held two study sessions to review … more
Staffing changes and proposed alternative work schedules are being implemented at Paradise Valley Town Hall --- all in the name of improved customer service. Town Manager Jill Keimach presented … more
An election will be held on Aug. 4, 2020 to fill the Office of Mayor and three seats on the Town Council. Candidate information packets, including all the forms and instructions necessary to run … more
More concerns with Phoenix Water Services Department’s resiliency infrastructure program are beginning to mount, as local residents affected by construction of a 66-inch water main are banding … more
While discussing adopting a new ordinance in the ongoing effort to fight unruly short-term rental properties in Paradise Valley, a power struggle between two local leaders presented itself at the … more
Gov. Doug Ducey is selling off his huge home in Paradise Valley for $8.75 million. But he insists he’s not going anywhere — at least not yet. more
Phoenix visitors looking for more affordable alternatives to hotels have led landlords to convert their apartment complexes and homes into short-term rentals with companies like Airbnb facilitating … more
After receiving a proverbial thumbs down on redevelopment plans, SmokeTree Resort has returned to Paradise Valley officials with a renewed request for a special use permit amendment. In an effort … more
The Paradise Valley Police Department arrested a Scottsdale man for myriad charges, including evading and reckless driving. more
The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee is seeking to court the Town of Paradise Valley, as it lays the groundwork for the National Football League’s ultimate game in 2023. Kyle Hedstrom, the … more
Turkeys are for sale, Christmas tree lots are popping up around the Valley and emergency medical technicians are hoping Phoenicians practice safe habits this holiday season, Phoenix Fire Department … more
In less than a month, a new year will be commencing and Paradise Valley’s elected officials are looking back over their work in 2019, and setting sights on challenges ahead. Elected leaders … more
May 17, 2001 was 12-year-old Phoenix resident Sarah Turney’s last day of school. She spent the afternoon cooling off at a water park with friends to begin the hot Arizona summer. Her … more
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