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What’s Next for San Tan Valley?

What’s Next for San Tan Valley?

What’s Next for San Tan Valley? SanTanValley.com After years of fighting to change Arizona state law so that San Tan Valley residents could finally have the right to vote on whether or not they want to become a city, Governor Doug Ducey signed HB2088 on Feb 21, […]

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Hundreds of new homes coming to San Tan Valley

Hundreds of new homes coming to San Tan Valley

Hundreds of new homes coming to San Tan Valley by Kelly Fisher | Casa Grande Dispatch Hundreds of new homes are on track to be constructed in San Tan Valley. Last week the Pinal County Board of Supervisors approved a zoning request allowing for a large development. […]

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Satellite office for Pinal County Superior Court Opens in San Tan Valley

Satellite office for Pinal County Superior Court Opens in San Tan Valley

Satellite office for Pinal County Superior Court Opens in San Tan Valley SanTanValley.com In order to better serve the needs of the citizens of Pinal County, the residents of San Tan Valley and the surrounding communities, Pinal County Clerk of the Superior Court, Amanda Stanford, is pleased […]

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San Tan Valley Gets Smaller

San Tan Valley Gets Smaller

San Tan Valley Gets Smaller SanTanValley.com In what took only minutes during the May 17th council meeting, the Town of Queen Creek Council voted to approve the annexations of Banner Ironwood and property located on the “j-curve” across from San Tan Flat, extending the boundaries of the […]

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Queen Creek continues process to annex two San Tan Valley properties

Queen Creek continues process to annex two San Tan Valley properties by Constance Halonen-Wilson | Town of Queen Creek Mayor: ‘Any taxes assessed by the (Pinal) county will continue to be collected by Pinal County’ At its April 19 regular meeting, the Queen Creek Town Council held two public […]

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Residents warned about water in San Tan Valley

Residents warned about water in San Tan Valley by Rudy Rivas | ABC 15 Residents in San Tan Valley are being warned about the tap water again. Johnson Utilities sent a letter to residents warning them of high levels of nitrate in parts of the Copper Basin […]

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San Tan Valley residents tell town council they want to be heard regarding proposed annexations

San Tan Valley residents tell town council they want to be heard regarding proposed annexations by Wendy Miller | Queen Creek Independent Saying their voices have not been heard during negotiations, San Tan Valley residents were vocal April 19 in their disapproval of the town of Queen […]

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Pinal County working with the AZ State Land Dept to Begin work on Gantzel Road Extension

Pinal County working with the AZ State Land Dept to Begin work on Gantzel Road Extension

Pinal County working with the AZ State Land Dept to Begin work on Gantzel Road Extension SanTanValley.com Since 2002, the idea of connecting Gantzel Road to Hunt Highway has been in the plans for Pinal County. To the 90,000+ residents who live in the area, that road […]

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No Action Taken on J-Curve or Banner Annexations

No Action Taken on J-Curve or Banner Annexations

No Action Taken on J-Curve or Banner Annexations SanTanValley.com Hundreds of San Tan Valley residents showed up at the April 19th Town of Queen Creek Council Meeting, in opposition to two current annexation efforts by the Town to annex the inside of the “J-Curve”, at Hunt Hwy […]

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San Tan Valley – more than just houses

San Tan Valley – more than just houses

 San Tan Valley – more than just houses by Tisha Castillo | SanTanValley.com Before 2009, no one had ever heard about San Tan Valley. Why? It didn’t exist. The area that became known as San Tan Valley on June 23, 2009, had previously been called almost anything […]

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