Keyword: Maricopa Association of Governments
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Surprise is looking to get ahead — and stay ahead — of issues involving homelessness in the community and beyond, particularly at a time when a potential wave of post-pandemic evictions lurks and affordable housing is becoming harder to find. more
Valley housing experts continue to see an upward trend in housing prices across the Valley no matter which location buyers look to purchase. Anubhav Bagley, regional analytics director for Maricopa … more
This is a story about miles and miles of deteriorating Valley freeways, quality of life in north Glendale, a “crisis,” and hundreds of millions of dollars. more
Maricopa County has been the fastest-growing county in the United States for the past several years, and the West Valley is leading the charge. Residents are being asked to help plan for that growth by participating in a short survey to evaluate the need for improved and expanded transit service. more
The in-person audience at the virtual ribbon-cutting for Goodyear’s newest fire station March 3 may have been small and socially distanced, but it was loud and proud. more
Estimates from various studies show Surprise’s population by 2035 is likely to creep up on 300,000 residents — more than double its current population. more
Queen Creek’s town staff was successful in obtaining a $1.8 million dollar grant from Maricopa Association of Governments to upgrade the Town’s older traffic signal detection … more
The city of Peoria has plans to help their fight against homelessness during the next year. more
For a region built for cars, the Valley is making a push to add more bicycle lanes to its travel options. But to do so, it takes each community to pitch in, as Glendale is in 2021. more
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