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A public trailhead access point and safety railing is to be constructed for the Sonoqui Wash connection at Power Road. A $45,182 contract with Valley Rain Construction Corp. for the work was … more
 QC Recycles events are to be held 8 a.m-noon Saturdays, Jan. 4 and 11, to drop off live Christmas trees, electronics, appliances, latex and acrylic paints, and documents to shred.The QC … more
Airbnb, one of the world’s largest marketplaces for short-term rentals, has announced its community generated $53.3 million in tax revenue in the State of Arizona since the company began … more
Banner Health has new CEOs at five of its hospitals in Arizona, according to a news release. more
Paying $94,502 for a station at Fulton Parkway and Hawes Road to meter chemicals counteracting production of gases that cause sewer odors was recently approved by the Queen Creek Town Council. The … more
An additional $2 million needed for construction contracts associated with the previously funded Rittenhouse Road Bridge replacement project was recently approved by the Queen Creek Town … more
An unlicensed contractor who was wanted by authorities had a bloody arrest during his encounter with the Arizona Department of Public Safety. more
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Homicide Unit is requesting the public’s help in regard to an active homicide investigation. more
Continuing to contract with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office for law enforcement services, starting a Queen Creek police department or paying an adjacent municipality were topics covered by … more
Queen Creek-area roadway restrictions for Dec. 8-15 include utility, paving and tree removal. The roadwork, according to a release, is at these locations: Meridian Rd SB lane shift at Via Del … more
Drivers on the Loop 101 Price Freeway in Chandler, Tempe and Mesa should prepare to slow down and use caution around construction personnel and equipment while restrictions are in place. more
 QC Recycles events are to be held 8 a.m-noon Saturdays, Jan. 4 and 11, to drop off live Christmas trees, electronics, appliances, latex and acrylic paints, and documents to shred.The QC … more
As a reminder, sparklers and novelty fireworks are only allowed for use within the Town of Queen Creek from Dec. 24 to Jan. 3. more
The annexation of the 755-acres Encanterra --- generally south of Combs Road from Gantzel to Kenworthy roads --- into the Town of Queen Creek has been delayed due to a challenge filed with Pinal … more
The Town of Queen Creek offices and Recreation Annex will close on Wednesday, Dec. 25 in celebration of Christmas; and on Wednesday, Jan. 1 in celebration of the New Year. more
A pending lawsuit --- Encanterra Residents Against Annexation vs. Town of Queen Creek ---  is a topic of a Dec. 4 closed-door executive session of the Queen Creek Town Council. more
A groundbreaking ceremony was recently held to mark phase one of a project that will extend Meridian from Cherrywood to Combs, providing a north-south connector for Queen Creek and the … more
Developers are being sought to purchase six properties totaling 7.8 acres near Ellsworth Loop and Ocotillo roads that are owned by the Town of Queen Creek. The town is seeking requests for … more
A $2.2 million construction services contract has been approved for the construction of water and sewer lines along Germann Road, Signal Butte Road to Meridian Road; and a water line along Meridian … more
A $104,000 contract for engineering design for sidewalks and bike lanes on Ellsworth Road, from Rittenhouse to the Union Pacific Railroad, was recently approved by Queen Creek Town Council. The … more
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