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Earn Extra Money Helping Your Community, Over 150 Positions available!

The City of Maricopa will conduct a Special Census starting October 1, 2015. We know Maricopa has grown and an updated population count will allow the City to keep Maricopa tax dollars in Maricopa to provide City services.

Special Census Enumerators:

  • Earn $13.00 per hour, plus mileage and paid training.
  • Work as much as you like, daytime, evenings or weekend.


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DAirheart AZ BusinessProfileJuly2015City of Maricopa Interim Economic Development Director Denyse Airheart was recognized in Arizona Business Magazine’s 2015 Most Influential Women issue as one of five “Generation Next” women who are making an impact on Arizona, even though they are less than 40 years old.

Denyse joined the City of Maricopa in August 2013 to support and broaden the City’s retail, commercial and industrial base. Ms. Airheart manages a number of noteworthy tasks such as marketing the community to retailers and employers, the business retention and expansion program, shop local and the Maricopa Advocate Program. Denyse takes pride in serving as a liaison to the business community, citizen committees, non-profit organizations, special interest groups and neighborhoods by proactively providing information specific to the City’s economic development department.

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The City of Maricopa was featured on 12 News Arizona Midday! Mayor Christian Price highlighted the great educational opportunities in the City of Maricopa. Click here to read more about education in Maricopa. The information was put together by MEDA, the Maricopa Economic Development Alliance.

PinalCountyLogoA planning team comprised of representatives from Pinal County, Apache Junction, Casa Grande, Coolidge, Eloy, Florence, Kearny, Mammoth, Maricopa, Superior and other stakeholders is reviewing and updating the existing 2010 Pinal County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan. The current 2010 Pinal County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan (Plan) is available for review and comment. Click here for 2010 http://pinalcountyaz.gov/EmergencyManagement/Documents/PinalCountyMJMHMP_2011Feb08.pdf

Public input on the current Plan is important and residents are encouraged to review the PLAN and offer comments. The final DRAFT of the updated 2015 plan will be made available for review and comment in August 2015.

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Girls on the Run® (GOTR) is an empowering program for girls in 3rd-8th grades giving them the skills and experiences to navigate their world with confidence and joy! Register August 1-14th at http://gotrmc.org/registration/

How Girls on the Run® does it?
Meeting twice a week in small teams, the coaches teach girls life skills through engaging lessons and fun movement activities. The curriculum is taught by certified Girls on the Run coaches who help each girl understand and celebrate herself, value healthy relationships and realize her power to impact the world!

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20150727 Channel12EducationCoverage thumbWe had a great time today with Destry Jetton from 12 News Arizona Midday. She spoke with Mayor Christian Price at Central Arizona College about the great educational opportunities in the City of Maricopa. Be sure to tune-in to Arizona Midday on 12 News this Thursday, July 30 around 1:30pm to see the segment!

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You're watching Maricopa TV, the City's Government Channel, LIVE on YouTube! You can also watch Maricopa TV locally on Orbitel channel 20 and CenturyLink's Prism Network. For agenda details for this meeting, please visit our Meetings & Agendas page. Don't miss another featured video, subscribe to Maricopa TV today:

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 aquatic rental fees at Copper Sky Multigenerational/Aquatic Center and are to be considered as an action item by the City Council at the September 15, 2015, Regular City Council Meeting.

  1. The City will have a range of charges to rent out lanes, a portion of the pool area, or the Aquatic Center
  2. All rentals must be approved by the Aquatics Coordinator prior to being scheduled a minimum of two weeks before event date
  3. At least four (4) Lap Lanes will be left available to Members and Day Pass Users during open swim times

The following fee schedule will be considered for approval at the September 15, 2015 City Council Meeting

For more information, visit the Research Center to view agenda details for this meeting.

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NOTICE OF PROPOSED FEES FOR AQUATIC CENTER RENTALS

In accordance with A.R.S. Section 9-499.15, ublic 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 aquatic rental fees at Copper Sky Multigenerational/Aquatic Center and are to be considered as an action item by the City Council at the September 15, 2015, Regular City Council Meeting. Learn more...