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Having the right training can make a difference during an emergency. more
We are concerned about the unsightly trash at the recycling bins at Pebblecreek Golf Course, 18838 N. 128th Ave. It is an eyesore. People are discarding too much trash there and the bins need to … more
Water usage around the Sun Cities areas continues to climb with the addition of home developments. more
To wear or not to wear a mask is the question individuals, organizations and businesses are facing. more
Masks are no longer mandated by the state and association officials are encouraging residents to take personal responsibility. more
Advocating for the community is an opportunity open to anyone living in Sun City West. more
It was one of the biggest turnouts in election history in Sun City West. more
Facilities in Sun City West are back open and residents are getting back to activities, but safety remains key in order to continue moving in the right direction, according to Recreation Centers of Sun City West officials. more
Beautification around Sun City West is what makes the community a desirable place to live and a special committee is set to show off the talents of residents. more
New home options are now available in the community. more
Owners, associates and tenants make up the community of Sun City West and not all are eligible to vote when it comes to electing the Recreation Centers of Sun City West Governing Board members. more
Recreation Centers of Sun City West General Manager Bill Schwind invites the community to attend budget forums to learn about the proposed fiscal plan for 2021-22. more
In light of Gov. Doug Ducey’s Executive Order announced Thursday, the Recreation Centers of Sun City West will no longer enforce Maricopa County’s mask mandate, effective Friday, March 26. more
Golf cars, standard vehicles and even cyclists in the community certainly have passed over major divots or bumps in the Sun City West community roads and audibly challenged the necessity. more
A hearing meant to help decide the fate of future water rates was cut short Monday after a meager amount of residents voiced concerns during the public session. more
Seniors wanting to stay safe amid the coronavirus pandemic have a new way to connect with one another. more
Despite the coronavirus pandemic that has weighed down hospital systems across the U.S. for more than a year now, Banner Health is showing no signs of slowing its growth. more
Looking for something to do to get out and enjoy the weather in Sun City West? more
The Sun City West PRIDES are ready to complete phase two, which is the final phase of the R.H. Johnson Boulevard renovation project. more
The opposition to consolidation of EPCOR Water Co. wastewater districts will continue to be heard. more
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