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Learn about road pending road improvements in Queen Creek at open house

Learn about road pending road improvements in Queen Creek at open house by Queen Creek Independent Projects are beginning construction, in design phase as part of Queen Creek’s Better Roads Ahead campaign The town of Queen Creek will hold a community open house next week to inform […]

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Queen Creek Unified breaks ground on elementary school No. 6

Queen Creek Unified breaks ground on elementary school No. 6

Queen Creek Unified breaks ground on elementary school No. 6 by AZRE Queen Creek Unified School District (QCUSD) and partners McCarthy Building Companies and ADM Group Inc. broke ground on the yet-to-be-named Elementary School No. 6 campus in Queen Creek, Ariz., on Nov. 15, 2017. The project […]

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Queen Creek officials say proposed San Tan Valley incorporation map unlawful

Queen Creek officials say proposed San Tan Valley incorporation map unlawful

Queen Creek officials say proposed San Tan Valley incorporation map unlawful by Jake Kincaid | San Tan Sentinel The town of Queen Creek doesn’t oppose the incorporation of San Tan Valley, but officials say the current map violates Arizona Law. On Wednesday the Town Council adopted a […]

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San Tan residents object to Queen Creek annexation

San Tan residents object to Queen Creek annexation

San Tan residents object to Queen Creek annexation by Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch San Tan Valley residents are petitioning to stop the town of Queen Creek from annexing land that could be developed into car dealerships and storage facilities. Two residents filed a petition in […]

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Barn and home demo contract, waterline project among items approved Nov. 1 by town council

Barn and home demo contract, waterline project among items approved Nov. 1 by town council by Queen Creek Independent The Queen Creek Town Council approved items on its consent agenda — including a contract to demolish two structures in the downtown area — during its regular meeting Nov. […]

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2018 State of the Town address could incorporate more input from residents, schools

2018 State of the Town address could incorporate more input from residents, schools

2018 State of the Town address could incorporate more input from residents, schools by Wendy Miller | Queen Creek Independent Committee members and area business people may be an integral part of next year’s State of the Address presentation in Queen Creek. At their Nov. 1 regular […]

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Town of Queen Creek Extending Crismon Road

Town of Queen Creek Extending Crismon Road

Town of Queen Creek Extending Crismon Road SanTanValley.com Construction for the Crismon Road extension, from Queen Creek Road north to Germann Road, will kick off with a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday, Oct. 31. The project consists of one lane in each direction with intersection improvements at both […]

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Phoenix Commercial Advisors sells Power Marketplace for $8.1M

Phoenix Commercial Advisors sells Power Marketplace for $8.1M

Phoenix Commercial Advisors sells Power Marketplace for $8.1M AZRE Phoenix Commercial Advisors announced the closing of Power Marketplace, two pads and shops shadow anchored by LA Fitness and Home Depot. The property, located on 4.19 acres on the northeast and southeast corners of Power and Rittenhouse roads […]

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Queen Creek receives Arizona Talent in Event Concepts award

Queen Creek receives Arizona Talent in Event Concepts award by Queen Creek Independent The town of Queen Creek and the Friends of Horseshoe Park received awards at the Arizona Talent in Event Concepts annual awards ceremony. The 2016 Trunk or Treat event map received an award in the best informational brochure […]

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Eyeing Queen Creek, San Tan neighborhood wants out of incorporation effort

Eyeing Queen Creek, San Tan neighborhood wants out of incorporation effort by Jake Kincaid | Casa Grande Dispatch When Vote San Tan Valley released its proposed incorporation map boundaries, Ironwood Crossing resident Nancie Naylor wasn’t surprised that her neighborhood was included. She knew this was coming, but […]

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