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The Town of Queen Creek’s budget serves as a spending plan and communication tool. The budget is developed throughout the year incorporating both projected revenues and expenses. The town … more
Town phone lines will be down on Wednesday, April 7 from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. for sysytem maintenence. 9-1-1 will not be impacted.  If you have a water, sewer or streets emergency during this … more
The Queen Creek Police Department has joined the 30x30 Pledge -- a series of low- and no-cost actions policing agencies can take to improve the representation and experiences of women in law … more
Beginning March 28 through July, all traffic on Ironwood Drive north of Germann Road will be shifted to the southbound lanes. Southbound travel will be restricted to one lane and two lanes for … more
 Embry Health opened four pop-up COVID-19 Vaccination PODs in Pinal County at Combs High School in the San Tan Valley, Mountain View Lutheran Church in Apache Junction, Poston Butte High … more
The state has its own vendor regulations, which Queen Creek already has incorporated in its ordinances. A town council staff summarizes the state regulations: more
Food trucks have been around for years, but it’s only been recently that the trucks went from serving basic foods to gourmet cuisine. This has raised the popularity of food trucks but … more
Students in EVIT’s interior design program recently completed an interior renovation of a boutique at Mesa’s Jefferson Elementary School, 120 S. Jefferson Ave., where families in need can … more
This month, EPCOR is beginning construction on a project to add capacity to the Pecan Water Reclamation Plant and replace the existing headworks. According to a press release, this is one of … more
As the Town of Queen Creek continues growing by leaps and bounds, Banner Health is doing its part to help meet the increasing demands of providing exceptional health care to residents in that area … more
Buyers in the market for a new home could soon have the components to charge an electric or hybrid car. On Thursday, Salt River Project announced a new program that offers incentives for … more
Captain Greg Lugo has been leading the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office District 6 in Queen Creek for more than three years. Last week, Mr. Lugo was reassigned within the MCSO organization as a … more
As the coronavirus pandemic has forced more of people’s interactions behind screens, the Maricopa County Libraries is helping to make sure all county residents have access to a screen and to … more
Queen Creek’s town staff was successful in obtaining a $1.8 million dollar grant from Maricopa Association of Governments to upgrade the Town’s older traffic signal detection … more
Great Hearts Academies in Arizona is hosting a hiring fair in March with hopes of landing 240 new teachers. The outreach is part of the  Phoenix-based charter school group to find new … more
Christian Brothers Automotive is looking for entrepreneurs interested in opening a new location in Queen Creek. Based in Texas, Christian Brothers Automotive has more than 100 franchises around … more
Pinal County is conducting a survey of residents of northwest Pinal County to better understand their occupational skills and aspirations. This information will help county and city leaders … more
Legacy Traditional Schools is going online with the launch of Legacy Online Academy, a public, tuition-free online education option. The new online platform will make available to every Arizona … more
Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Health Services has announced a state-operated COVID-19 vaccination site in the Phoenix metropolitan area’s east Valley. The new site will … more
The J.O. Combs Unified School District has formed the Combs High School Alumni Association. Created under the umbrella of the Combs Education Foundation, the alumni association will be comprised of … more
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