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Construction could begin this winter on 10 soccer fields and four baseball/softball fields at Red Mountain Park. The work includes adjusting two existing disc golf courses and several equestrian … more
Do you have a pre-teen or teenager looking for something to do this summer? Why not have them work at the aquatic center in Apache Junction? Gain valuable work experience, learn how to work as … more
It is the time of year when the Recreation Centers of Sun City West committees review the proposed budget, prior to it being presented to the directors on the governing board. more
The current governing board for the Recreation Centers of Sun City West is running with eight, rather than nine directors. more
The Town of Florence Recreation Division wants you to get out and get active! Sports equipment is available for use for free. Items available include basketballs, tennis equipment, pickleball … more
Proposed changes to the Apache Junction City Code regarding recreational marijuana, cargo containers, land splits and subdivision design standards are to be discussed at Tuesday’s planning and … more
After a two-month closure, Sun City West residents are once again able to access the indoor facilities at the Recreation Centers of Sun City West. more
Since adult-use marijuana retail sales became legal in late January, the Arizona Department of Health Services has issued 108 dispensary licenses, including six in Glendale. more
This is the year Litchfield Park expects to break ground on its much-anticipated City Center project. more
Sun City West residents may soon be able to get the COVID-19 vaccination at a second location in the community. more
Tempe City Council recently hosted two public hearings in an effort to draft rules around how the recreational use of cannabis --- for those 21 years of age or better --- will ultimately be regulated … more
Registration is underway for Mesa and non-Mesa residents for the city’s parks and recreation spring programs. Spring programs include swim lessons, lifeguard training, tennis lessons, spring … more
February is #LoveMyPark month in Mesa and to celebrate, Mesa Parks and Recreation is creating community rock gardens in seven locations around the municipality. “Our hope is to spread more … more
Registration is underway for Mesa and non-Mesa residents for the city’s parks and recreation spring programs. Spring programs include swim lessons, lifeguard training, tennis lessons, spring … more
Late Grammy-award winning country singer Charley Pride, who was a part-time resident of Surprise in the final years of his life, will be inducted into the Surprise Recreation Campus Hall of Fame. more
Arizona dispensary brand Sol Flower has begun recreational cannabis sales to adults age 21. more
The Surprise Parks and Recreation Department is offering four-week beginner and intermediate classes each month at the Surprise Pickleball Courts in the Surprise Community Park. more
Litchfield Park will ring in March with its annual spring Art & Wine Festival, then usher it out with Boy Scout Troop 99’s annual Fun Run. 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
With recreational marijuana creating new economic energy cannabis advocates, proprietors and legal professionals contend a landmark legal precedent is being set — one that could improve the … more
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