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On Saturday, December 13th, members of the fire department, along with the help of our families and friends, ensured that more children of Maricopa have a fun holiday season this year. The annual Ride-for-Toys event collected over 600 toys for Maricopa families along with raising $820 from generous private donations. More than 500 people attended the event at Pacana Park and approximately 350 of them exchanged a toy for a ride in a fire truck. The event had an increase in donations from last year and the members of the fire department would like to thank everyone involved for the tremendous success.
From all of us at the City of Maricopa, may you have a joyful holiday season and a successful New Year! City offices will be closed Thursday, December 25 in observance of the Christmas holiday, and re-open on Monday, December 29. City offices will also be closed on New Year's Day.
In accordance with A.R.S. Section 9-499.15, public notice is hereby given that the City of Maricopa City Council will consider approving new fees no sooner than 60 days after the posting date of this notice. The following new fees relate to proposed licensing of special business types, specifically: (1) Massage Establishments, (2) Off Track Betting, and (3) Tattoo and/or Body Piercing.
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On Saturday December 13th the Maricopa PD, in conjunction with For Our City Maricopa, held its 3rd annual Shop with a Cop. This year, 32 children were treated to a complimentary breakfast provided by McDonald's inside the Wal-Mart. The children were then allowed to shop with MPD officers to buy essential items, such as: jackets, clothing attire, shoes and gifts for other members of their families. The officer and their shopping partners had a gift card for $125 and were strongly encouraged to spend all of it. More than 33 MPD officers participated in the event, accompanying the children through shopping and gift wrapping. Members of both Police Explorers and VIPS also assisted in gift wrapping as well as setting up the City Hall to host the conclusion of the event. Also as Shop with a Cop helpers were members of the Maricopa Youth Council drivers from the Maricopa Comet and members from Maricopa City Council to include Mayor Christian Price, Councilwoman Peg Chapados and Councilman Vincent Manfredi.