The City of Surprise was recently ranked the sixth healthiest employer among mid-size companies in the valley by the Phoenix Business Journal.
Residents of Buckeye are invited to public meetings to review the city’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2018-2019.
Mayor Jenn Daniels has declared May 6-12 as Economic Development and Travel and Tourism Week in Gilbert.
Cochise County recently relaunched its free dump days program called “One Trip, One Ton, One Time.”
Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) recently took a commendable initiative to rehome 20 baby bunnies from a property owner who hasn't the resource to care for them anymore. PACC took this step through a bid for adoption on April 23.
The City of Surprise recently released results of its identifying the most liked restaurants and retail shops in the community.
In an effort to fill the shelves of local food banks, Avondale Public Library will accept non-perishable food items in exchange for fines through its Food for Fines program.
Credit Union West is honoring those who serve in the military with reserved parking spaces for veterans at six of its branch locations in Phoenix.
The Board of Supervisors has modified Pima County’s zoning code to add a new category of historic overlay zone: the “Historic Landmark Zone.”
The Pima County Department of Environmental Quality (PDEQ) has issued an air pollution advisory for the excess level of particulate matter, which has caused “Unhealthy Levels for Sensitive Individuals” throughout Pima, due to high winds and lack of rain.
The said emergency system will send calls, emails, or text alerts directly to those who have signed up via website
The Tucson Metro Chamber Board of Directors has endorsed the Pima County Sales Tax Advisory Committee's recommendation of offsetting a ½-cent sales tax increase for roadway maintenance with a reduction in property taxes.