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When you shop local, you directly benefit your community by supporting Maricopa businesses, creating local jobs, and funding city services and amenities that enhance quality of life. Visit the Shop Local program page to learn more about the many benefits of shopping locally. Visit the Shop Local program page...

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2014dovehuntAugust marks the month when doves are at their peak numbers and the migration south begins around the start of the hunting season, particularly for white-wings. The 2014 Dove Hunting Season officially opened on September 1, and will continue through September 15. Here's important information you should know about seasonal hunting activities...

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2040VisionLogo 590wThe City of Maricopa is embarking on a citizen-driven visioning program to establish the City's direction for the next 25 years. The program – "2040 Vision" – invites the community to actively engage in planning Maricopa's future!

The program will kick-off on September 2 with a presentation to the City Council. Following the kick-off, nine Community Forums will be held to gather citizen input for the development of the 25 year plan. A list of the Forum dates, locations and times will be released next week.

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ChristianPrice smMARICOPA, Ariz. – Members of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns selected new officers and members of its governing board at the organization's annual conference last week in Phoenix. Mayor Christian Price was elected to the Executive Committee which governs the League, and is made up of mayors and council members from incorporated cities and towns across the state.

"This is a first in Maricopa's history," said Mayor Price on being elected to a two-year term. He explained the City of Maricopa now has a strong presence and voice, which will "get us additional recognition at the state level that we've never had before." Having served on multiple sub-committees for the League in recent years, Mayor Price is encouraged knowing that this election will allow the City of Maricopa to have "direct access to State Legislators and the Governor" when representing and protecting the interests of Arizona cities and towns.

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Maricopa Shop Local StampThe City of Maricopa is home to more than 700 local businesses that are making a positive impact in the community. Each unique business contributes to Maricopa's high quality of life and plays an important role in building a sustainable local economy. The valuable goods, services, and job opportunities provided make Maricopa a better place to live, work, and play.

The City of Maricopa's Shop Local campaign is a multi-year initiative that runs from September to January. The goal is to support Maricopa businesses and to stem retail leakage by encouraging residents to keep their dollars in the community whenever possible by shopping local.

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hrAn 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.

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  1. Albright College Comes to Maricopa
  2. The Fall PLAY Maricopa is now available! Registration begins August 12
  3. Copper Sky’s Fitness Program Manager earns Master Fitness Trainer Certification
  4. Notice of Proposed Fees for Licensing of Three Special Business Types
  5. Mayor and Fire Chiefs Take Cold Water Plunge for Charity

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Notice of Proposed Fees for Special Businesses

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) Tobacco Retail Establishments and (2) Auctioneers, Pawnbrokers, Scrap Dealers and Secondhand Dealers. Learn more...

Notice of Proposed Fees for Alcohol Permit Application and Special Event Fees

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 fees relate to the City of Maricopa Alcohol Permit Application and Special Event Fees and are to be considered as an action item by the City Council at the September 2, 2014, Regular City Council Meeting. Learn more...

NOTICE OF PROPOSED FEES FOR NON-PROFIT FACILITY RENTAL FEES AT COPPER SKY MULTIGENERATIONAL/ AQUATIC

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 of this notice. The following new fees relate to proposed facility rental fees at Copper Sky Multigenerational/Aquatic Center for non-profit organizations and are to be considered as an action item by the City Council at the September 16, 2014, Regular City Council Meeting. Learn more...

Notice of Proposed Fees for Licensing of Three Special Business Types

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) After-Hours Establishments, (2) Teen Dance Halls, and (3) Magic Arts Establishments. Learn more...

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