The Town of Paradise Valley Independent covers the Town of Paradise Valley – a community known for its luxurious residential and resort properties and down-to-earth community members. The municipality was incorporated May 24, 1961 with a total land area of 16.5 square miles. Today, nearly 13,000 people call Paradise Valley home.
Historically, the municipality is predominantly zoned single-family housing but is also home to 9 resorts, 15 places of worship, 11 public and private schools, 3 golf courses, and 4 medical centers. In tune with its neighbor, the City of Scottsdale, the Town of Paradise Valley is one of the most desirable places to live on Earth.
Fueling the hometown newspaper – which has been serving the community since 1984 – Independent Newsmedia covers the news that matters to those who call Paradise home. Local coverage of the news, events and citizens of Paradise Valley is mailed directly to every address every Wednesday. The total press run of the Town of Paradise Valley Independent is 8,500. Its online newspaper audience draws readers daily with more than 12,000 unique visitors.
Nearby tourism shopping destinations include the Scottsdale Fashion Square mall, featuring luxury retail and entertainment, and Old Town Scottsdale boasting unique shops, art galleries, and nightlife. In addition, the Town of Paradise Valley is one of the safest places to live in Arizona boasting its own police department.
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