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Much to the chagrin of some nearby residents, 1,060 acres of state-owned land leased to Duncan Family Farms in Goodyear may soon be home to office and industrial buildings, including a Samsung semiconductor manufacturing plant. more
The in-person audience at the virtual ribbon-cutting for Goodyear’s newest fire station March 3 may have been small and socially distanced, but it was loud and proud. more
Goodyear staff will explore a request to annex 1,250 acres of mostly undeveloped farmland near Queen Creek Road and 187th Avenue that could lead to development of a 4,600-home master-planned community known as Estrella Highlands. more
Goodyear residents planning to use the city’s new recreation campus when it opens this summer have several admission options, including a $75 promotional pass for individuals and families valid through the end of the year. more
While recreational marijuana is now legal in Arizona and Goodyear, that doesn’t mean it’s a free-for-all for those who smoke or consume marijuana products. more
Sally Kiko was knee-high to a cotton ball when her family arrived in Goodyear in 1945. On Friday, Jan. 22, the historian and author helped the city kick off its nearly year-long 75th anniversary celebration during a small, socially distanced event at Loma Linda Park. more
Goodyear is implementing new recreation and rental fees this year, but residents will receive a break if the City Council approves a 75th anniversary pass promotion when it meets in regular session Monday, Jan. 25. more
Goodyear Councilwomen Sheri Lauritano and Wally Campbell will represent the city on multiple National League of Cities member councils in 2021, playing key roles among a diverse group of leaders in shaping policy positions and advocating on behalf of America’s cities and towns before Congress, with the administration and at home. more
Goodyear Fire Station 186, a 12,587-square-foot facility designed to ensure firefighters’ long-term health, is now in service. more
After discussion with the Goodyear City Council, Assistant City Attorney Lisa Maxie-Mullins will work with staff to explore two changes as she finalizes proposed amendments incorporating recreational marijuana into city code. more
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