Primary Election Set for August 26
The City of Maricopa will hold a Primary Election on Tuesday, August 26, 2014 for the purpose of electing a Mayor and four City Council members. The election ballot is consolidated; therefore, school, county and state offices also appear on the same ballot. Learn more...
The Aquatic Center at Copper Sky will be closed until further notice, while crews work to repair equipment damaged during recent storms. Swim lessons have been cancelled for today and participants will be contacted via phone. Thank you for your understanding as we work to fix the problem as soon as possible! If you have questions or concerns, please contact us at (520) 316-4600.
The City of Maricopa will hold a Primary Election on Tuesday, August 26, 2014 for the purpose of electing a Mayor and four City Council members. The election ballot is consolidated; therefore, school, county and state offices also appear on the same ballot.
Please visit the City’s Election Page for local elections information, where to go vote on Election Day and acceptable voter identification at the polls. To vote an early by mail, you must request a ballot by August 15, 2014. Requests can be made by visiting www.pinalcountyaz.gov/recorder.
An appointee in this classification provides a full range of judicial services; to include administering the city municipal court which shall be the police court of the City of Maricopa and which shall have jurisdiction of all violations of the City of Maricopa City Code, and jurisdiction concurrently with the justice of the peace for the precinct, in which the city is located, and violations of misdemeanor state laws committed within the city limits.
The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) Public Hearing for the SR 347 Grade Separation Project tentatively scheduled for August 14, 2014 in Maricopa has been postponed. No new date has been confirmed. ADOT is looking at dates in November/December of this year. For additional information on the project and to sign up for project updates, please visit www.azdot.gov/projects/south-central/sr-347-at-union-pacific-railroad.
Albright College and the City of Maricopa are pleased to announce that Albright will begin offering its Accelerated Degree Completion program in Maricopa. This partnership will help bring diverse undergraduate programs to adult learners within the community. Albright College plans to begin with three degree programs this fall in Applied Psychology, Business Administration, and Information Systems.
"Providing residents with access to quality education at all levels is one of the City of Maricopa's primary objectives," said Mayor Christian Price. "Maricopa Unified School District and the local charter school options have provided us with excellent opportunities in the areas of elementary and secondary education. With the recent opening of Central Arizona College's Maricopa Campus and Albright College's expansion into the city, Maricopa residents now also have an ever increasing universe of opportunities for higher education."