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A year after canceling its annual Fourth of July Splash Bash and fireworks show at the Wigwam resort due to the COVID-19, the city of Litchfield Park is bringing both events back this Independence Day. more
As its long-awaited City Center project moves forward, Litchfield Park officials are looking at financing options for $26 million in infrastructure that must be completed before construction can begin. more
Retired U.S. Air Force Col. Russell A. Everts will serve as keynote speaker when the city of Litchfield Park honors America’s fallen on Memorial Day. more
The city of Litchfield Park has teamed up with Public Surplus to auction off items no longer used or needed. more
Matthew Williams was working toward bachelor’s degrees in history and political science at North Georgia College when he decided to pursue a career in city management, but his passion for municipal service was stoked much earlier. more
Come July, Litchfield Park will have a new police services provider. more
The Litchfield Park City Council will meet in virtual special session Wednesday, April 7, to consider terminating its police services contract with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office and directing staff to begin negotiations with the city of Avondale to provide those services beginning July 1. 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
Gov. Doug Ducey may have rolled back mask requirements and other COVID-19 safety measures March 25, but the city of Litchfield Park is still requiring face coverings to be worn in city facilities and at city-sponsored events. more
Recreational marijuana establishments and testing facilities will only be allowed in Litchfield Park’s Monument Point Business Park under an ordinance introduced during the City Council’s regular virtual meeting March 17. more
The Litchfield Park City Council will hold a public hearing and consider an ordinance regulating recreational marijuana use and establishments during its regular virtual meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 17. more
Art and wine/craft brew enthusiasts who enjoy live music and food will find all of the above at the 23rd annual Litchfield Park Art & Wine Festival this weekend. more
The long-awaited transformation of the historic Paul W. and Florence Brinton Litchfield estate and the expansion of Sun Health’s La Loma Campus are officially underway. more
This is the year Litchfield Park expects to break ground on its much-anticipated City Center project. more
In an effort to keep the number of non-violent crimes in Litchfield Park in check, the city will install 32 automated license plate reader cameras at neighborhood entrances and exits within the next 60 days. more
Litchfield Park will ring in March with its annual spring Art & Wine Festival, then usher it out with Boy Scout Troop 99’s annual Fun Run. more
Six businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic will receive $10,000 grants from the city of Litchfield Park this month, bringing the total amount awarded under its Business Assistance Program to $160,000. more
Litchfield Park residents and workers were busy cleaning up Tuesday, Jan. 26, in the wake of a microburst that hit the city when heavy storms rolled through the West Valley on Monday afternoon. more
Litchfield Park’s City Council has a packed night Wednesday, Jan. 20, with a regular meeting that will see reelected incumbents Ron Clair, Ann Donahue and John Romack taking their oaths of office and selection of a vice mayor among seven action items and numerous presentations, project updates and monthly reports. more
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