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In response to a continued decline in COVID-19 cases across Maricopa County, the city of Peoria is proceeding with phase two of the city’s COVID-19 recovery plan, which will expand facility access and related programming beginning Sept. 28. more
Data shows there were 203 new COVID-19 cases  and 25 new virus deaths as of Thursday, according to Maricopa County Department of Public Health. more
Census 2020 is on the homestretch with critical door-knocking, online, phone and mail efforts coming to an end Sept. 30. For the first, time residents may choose to be counted online, and may do … more
The Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres have officially released their 2021 spring training schedules. The first game of spring training in Peoria is the Mariners versus Padres on Saturday, Feb. … more
A fundamental keystone to what makes America a special place is equitable access to quality public education no matter where a young person calls home. But despite this agreed-upon truth, for … more
While there will not be a ribbon-cutting ceremony due to COVID-19 precautions, there will be a virtual countdown with sneak peeks until opening day on the city’s social media pages. more
A significant funding source that has generated about $4.3 billion in tax revenues since 2006 for transportation in Peoria and throughout Maricopa County expires in 2025, so city officials are planning to ensure they get a piece of the pie if funding is renewed. more
A political event in Glendale today could impact traffic in the Peoria area. more
A major infrastructure improvement project will be considered by the Peoria City Council at a public meeting, 6 p.m., Sept. 22. The council will discuss a design-build contract with MGC … more
The city of Peoria just approved an agreement with Arizona Game and Fish to include Paloma Park Pond in the community fishing program. Maybe more importantinly, it is a signal that the much awaited Paloma Park in north Peoria is nearing its opening. more
Maricopa County’s coronavirus death toll had its largest jump in nearly two weeks Wednesday, adding 30 new deaths along with 331 new COVID-19 cases, according to preliminary numbers from the county health department. more
County officials outlined their plans for the November General Election at today's Maricopa County Board of Supervisors meeting in Phoenix. more
Peoria will be using funds from an under-budget project to pay for a needed assessment of the Butler Water Reclamation Facility. more
Public safety radio coverage in the northern part of town is about to improve. City Council approved $350,000 to repurpose the Vistancia Radio Site. City documents state that radio coverage in … more
With the COVID-19 pandemic wreaking havoc on the economy, the city of Peoria was bracing for a big hit to sales tax receipts, which makes up about 34% of the city’s general fund … more
There were 207,002 cases and 5,273 deaths from the novel coronavirus in the state as of Thursday morning, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services. more
Peoria Mayor Cathy Carlat was unanimously elected to serve a two-year term as president of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns, an organization committed to supporting local governments throughout … more
The city of Peoria is expanding its utility- and rent-assistance program with a $1.5 million partnership with FSL. more
Peoria is getting a new high-tech medical building courtesy of a national health care real estate firm. more
A first of three planned rehabilitation hospitals featuring a partnership with the state’s largest health care system is opening in Peoria. The 56-bed Banner Rehabilitation Hospital West, at … more
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