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After more than a year of canceled, drive-thru and virtual events, the city of Goodyear plans to return to in-person celebrations with a literal bang. more
Will four be a charm for those wondering who will purchase 1,099 acres of state-owned land up for auction in Goodyear? more
Goodyear will get a new vice mayor beginning Friday, June 18. more
Construction on Greenlight Communities’ second multifamily housing development in Goodyear is underway. When completed, Cabana Bullard will be the Scottsdale-based company’s largest project new-build to date. more
The Arizona State Land Department auction of 1,099 acres in Goodyear scheduled for 9 a.m. today, May 19, has been postponed until June. more
Goodyear Fire Engineer Austin Peck may be gone, but he’s not forgotten and his presence loomed large May 13 when the city dedicated its newest fire station. more
The city of Goodyear and Goodyear Fire Department will formally dedicate Station 181 with a virtual ribbon-cutting at 9 a.m. Wednesday, May 12. more
Mayor Georgia Lord couldn’t have asked for a more exciting birthday present. more
With Arbor Day just around the corner, Goodyear is celebrating being named a Tree City USA by the national Arbor Day Foundation. more
Budget season will officially get under way in Goodyear tonight, April 19, when City Manager Julie Karins presents the city’s recommended $385.7 million budget for 2022, as well as its 2022-26 capital improvement plan, during a City Council work study session. more
A dream 36 years in the making is about to come true in Goodyear. more
In honor of National Poetry Month, the city of Goodyear will showcase the words of eight local poets in Poetry Illuminated, a temporary installation curated by inaugural city of Phoenix poet laureate Rosemarie Dombrowski. more
With Earth Day coming up April 22, the Southwest Valley cities of Avondale, Goodyear and Litchfield Park are celebrating the planet in a variety of ways. Here’s what’s in the … more
When Gov. Doug Ducey issued Executive Order 2021-06 rescinding all previous coronavirus-related executive orders, he reignited confusion and a furious year-long debate over face coverings. more
Following Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive order March 25 easing COVID-19 restrictions throughout the state as the number of new coronavirus infections continues to decline, the city of Goodyear announced on its website and social media pages that face coverings will no longer be required in public places, including city buildings and parks, effective immediately. more
Much to the chagrin of some nearby residents, 1,060 acres of state-owned land leased to Duncan Family Farms in Goodyear may soon be home to office and industrial buildings, including a Samsung semiconductor manufacturing plant. more
The Litchfield Park Historical Society, in partnership with Three Rivers Historical Society and the Church at Litchfield Park, will present a free in-person/Zoom lecture on Goodyear’s first 75 years at 10 a.m. Tuesday, March 23. more
Two Southwest Valley cities are among the country’s 10 least crowded cities with populations over 50,000 and at least 10 square miles of land area, according to a new blog on rent.com. more
Goodyear voters have approved all 10 measures updating the city’s charter. Official results from the city’s March 9 special election show that all 10 measures were approved by healthy … 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
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