Are you looking for ways to make a positive impact in Maricopa?
If so, you may want to consider becoming a member of the Maricopa Advocate Program (MAP). This new program was created to support the City's efforts to promote Maricopa as a dynamic place to live, work and play. As a Maricopa Advocate, you will have the opportunity to champion the City and offer insight about Maricopa as a destination for businesses, visitors, and residents. Learn more and/or APPLY ONLINE...
Get a sneak peek at the newest edition of the Activity Guide, in this exclusive digital download. Check out some of the popular classes being offered...
- Adult Softball
- Basics of Facebook and Social Networking
- Charcoal Drawing for Everyone
- Guided Autobiography
- Hip Hop Dance Classes
- Photography 101
- Shooting Stars Gymnastics
- Wire Wrapping
- Zumba Toning
- and more!
With over 65 programs to choose from, there is something for everyone!
Registration begins December 10 with classes starting in January 2014.
Make plans to join us for a special holiday kick-off event, 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 3, at City Hall. During the City Council work session, the City Council will adjourn, after their business concludes, and invite everyone to join them in the foyer for the celebration.
There will be a performance by the Maricopa Chorus, refreshments, holiday displays and the official lighting of the City Hall Christmas Tree. There may even be a special visitor or two. While you're at the event, you can purchase your very own City of Maricopa ornament.
Donations will be accepted for the Fire Department's "Ride for Toys" and the Police Department's "Shop with a Cop" programs.
City Hall is located at 39700 W. Civic Center Plaza, just north of the intersection of White & Parker and Bowlin Roads.
Several members of the Maricopa City Council served as delegates at the National League of Cities' (NLC) annual Congress of Cities and Exposition held Nov. 13-16 in Seattle, Wash. As delegates, they engaged with more than 2,400 local leaders from across the U.S. through workshops, leadership training and engagement opportunities covering municipal finance, economic development, sustainability, community development and many other topics. Representing the City of Maricopa were Mayor Christian Price, Councilwoman Julia Gusse and Councilmembers Marvin Brown, Bridger Kimball and Leon Potter.
“As Maricopa continues to create both a regional and national awareness, our participation in groups such as the National League of Cities is vital,” said Mayor Price. “Not only are we attending these conferences, we are serving on key committees to affect change and impact policy. Through these opportunities, we are guaranteeing that Maricopa has a seat at the table.”