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National Indoor RV Centers is fulfilling its pledge to the city ­— and in return the city is fulfilling its promise to the company. more
Two proposed developments near Anthem could soon be an agenda item in front of the Phoenix City Council. The developments, both adjacent to Anthem, have been highly-contested by some leaders of the … more
The plan was to have a park for every 10,000 residents, but the population explosion in Queen Creek threw those plans for a loop. Now the town’s Parks and Recreation Department is hoping … more
Some Anthem officials oppose two different developments that would go up near the master-planned community.According to the Anthem Community Council website, increased traffic and limited access for … more
The city of Avondale broke ground Monday on a significant portion of The BLVD, a new development along Avondale Boulevard just south of Interstate-10 and the city’s booming health-tech corridor. more
While Fulton Homes is still fairly early in its process of selling new homes at its Escalante development in northwest Surprise, the Valley-based builder already has identified its next project in the city. more
The city of Buckeye has broken ground on a 38-acre expansion at Sundance Park.  more
At a working session, members of the Florence Town Council received their first view of the economic development plan put together by the town’s first economic development director. After … more
Half of all new growth in the Phoenix metropolitan area will take place in West Valley during the next 20 years. more
Immigrant business owners and entrepreneurs face unique challenges when it comes to accessing resources to start and develop a business. more
(NAPSI—According to a recent EdChoice and Morning Consult poll, half of parents of school-aged children said they were very or somewhat comfortable with their children returning to school “right … more
by Laurie Cooke, PGDip, RPh, CAE (NAPSI)—The groundswell of energy around gender parity and equity—in healthcare and in the larger world—has been palpable. Attention has reached an even … more
Over the past year, the city of Peoria and developers have made progress in working toward the revitalization of the downtown area. more
Queen Creek, like many other communities, was impacted by the devastation of COVID-19. To help offset some of the impacts of COVID-19, the Town took a series of steps to support our local businesses. … 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
With most of the land in its 3.1-square-mile jurisdiction already spoken for, large-scale residential development in the city of Litchfield Park is limited, but it does exist. more
A new master-planned community it coming to Queen Creek. Fulton Homes is beginning work on the infrastructure at Barney Farms, a 550-acre master-planned community that has been years in the … more
The North Copper Canyon master plan soon will be more than halfway home following the Surprise City Council’s approval of preliminary plats for three more of its parcels at the Jan. 19 meeting. more
In a 5-2 vote, the Queen Creek town council has agreed to support a site in the town being considered for an economic development project known as “Project Everest.” As part of the … more
Sealed proposals are being sought for Saguaro Drive east-side sidewalk improvements from Broadway Avenue to Apache Trail in Apache Junction, a federally funded Community Development Block Grant … more
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