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With Arizona’s largest exotic animal collection, there are always new arrivals at Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park in Litchfield Park. The park announced May 6 the birth of two spotted and one melanistic endangered jaguar cubs. more
Superstition Shadows Aquatic Center, 1091 W. Southern Ave. in Apache Junction, is opening with modified programming and limited open swim hours beginning May 29. Open swim hours will be 11:30 … more
Apache Junction Parks and Recreation is offering recreational youth basketball leagues this summer for boys and girls ages 6-8 and 8-11. There are two leagues available. Ages 6-8 will play on … more
Tempe city officials revealed their blueprint for the future of the municipal parks and recreation system throughout the community --- but the final decision rests with City Council. Early last … more
At several recent city of Phoenix budget meetings, public support came pouring in for a new park in the southwest Valley. more
With Arbor Day just around the corner, Goodyear is celebrating being named a Tree City USA by the national Arbor Day Foundation. more
The plan was for Queen Creek to have 40 acres of park land for every 10,000 residents, but the town's population explosion  threw those plans for a loop. more
Surprise Vice Mayor Patrick Duffy made improving the city’s recreation and youth sports portfolio his priority since his appointment to the City Council in September 2017. more
The annual April Pool’s Day water safety event is Saturday, April 17, at the Superstition Shadows Aquatic Center, 1091 W. Southern Ave. in Apache Junction. It will be hosted by the … more
Parks and Recreation Department Director Donna Miller has announced her retirment after nearly 20 years with the city. more
With Earth Day coming up April 22, the Southwest Valley cities of Avondale, Goodyear and Litchfield Park are celebrating the planet in a variety of ways. Here’s what’s in the … more
As part of the upcoming fiscal year 2022 budget, the Peoria Parks, Recreation & Community Facilities Department will be asking for council approval of $219,300 in one-time costs and $331,572 in ongoing costs for a total of $550,872 in supplemental funds. more
As part of Tempe’s initiative to combat homelessness, the city has created a park safety program meant to improve upon city parks and support those experiencing homelessness. This effort is … more
The annual April Pool’s Day water safety event is Saturday, April 17, at the Superstition Shadows Aquatic Center, 1091 W. Southern Ave. in Apache Junction. It will be hosted by the … more
The Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting a drive-in movie Saturday, March 27, at the rodeo grounds event center, 1590 E. Lost Dutchman Blvd. “Come out and enjoy a … more
Phoenix is starting to open back up, at least it's parks On Tuesday, the Phoenix City Council approved a plan to begin to reopen its recreational outdoor facilities such as some city pools and athletic fields. more
Apache Junction is seeking federal and state grants to assist with updates to Superstition Shadows Park and Silly Mountain Park, from new restrooms to fixing tennis/pickleball courts, an city … more
The Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting a drive-in movie Saturday, March 27, at the rodeo grounds event center, 1590 E. Lost Dutchman Blvd. “Come out and enjoy a … more
It was a year ago when COVID-19 struck and our world changed. Social isolation, masks and hand-washing became the norm. Travel stopped. 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
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