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A shared agreement between Scottsdale and Paradise Valley found sections of the local sewer system in need of repair. The completed work did not interrupt sewer service for residents, town … more
Paradise Valley is watching potential legislation swirling around construction sales tax — one of the town’s relied-upon cash cows. In 2020, the town accrued a reported $7.6 million … 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. The Town of Paradise Valley has a proud … more
“Short-term rentals, short-term rentals and short-term rentals,” is the way one Paradise Valley Town Councilmember described their priorities for the 2021 legislative session. Each … more
The Arizona Legislature — the group of elected leaders who craft our laws — is preparing to begin its 2021 session with little known plans about virtual, public participation. The … more
At the dawn of 2021, Paradise Valley officials are looking forward to the hope of normalcy sometime this year. Beyond the COVID-19 vaccine, which is estimated to be doled out to the general … more
While the wall calendar might reset for a new year, steadfast hard work remains a continued priority for Paradise Valley in 2021, Mayor Jerry Bien-Willner says. January marks a new year, and a … more
A Paradise Valley home fell victim to burglary just before the Christmas holiday, police officials say. Paradise Valley Police Department officers were dispatched to a report of a residential … more
It might be time to finally invest in one of those dashboard cellphone holders — on Jan. 1, drivers can be ticketed for using mobile devices. Texting, streaming, writing an email, Googling … more
Only one story dominated headlines more than any other in 2020: The global pandemic caused from COVID-19, which has impacted every community including Paradise Valley. While the coronavirus … more
The Paradise Valley Public Safety Foundation has shouldered many weighty expenses since it began from caring for the police department’s facility dog “Pepper” to providing meals for emergency service workers. more
Years after its initial approval, Five Star Development returned to receive the Scottsdale City Council’s blessing as it continues building a luxury mixed-use development known as the Palmeraie … more
A red 1986 Porsche has reportedly been taken from a Paradise Valley home, police say. At 1:22 p.m. on Dec. 18 the Paradise Valley Police Department was dispatched to a report of a stolen vehicle … more
Days have gone by since more than 30 Arizona mayors signed a letter urging short-term rental platform CEOs to end lobbying efforts against legislation change — a move that gained no more than … more
Southbound Mockingbird Lane will be closed between Lincoln Drive and Meadowlark Lane from Dec. 14, to June 18, 2021, town officials say. Paradise Valley will begin road and storm drain … more
The Paradise Valley Planning Commission will discuss building pad heights at its next meeting — a topic garnering residential heat. When vacant non-hillside lots are developed, or existing … more
Thirty of Arizona’s mayors banded together in an effort to confront Airbnb and Expedia CEOs about the short-term rental homes they believe are tearing their communities apart. Paradise … more
Retired Paradise Valley police officer Stephen Hovorka has died, department officials say. Officer Hovorka retired from the Paradise Valley Police Department in 2017. more
Maricopa County is taking a whole community approach as it prepares for the arrival of the first COVID-19 vaccine, officials say. “We have been developing detailed, multi-pronged plans in … more
Paradise Valley Town Council officially saw the SmokeTree Resort blueprints — the latest iteration of which includes 115 resort rooms on 4.6 acres — as the town eyes an early 2021 date to … more
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