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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.
A great turn-out at Honeycutt Coffee’s Grand Re-opening Celebration! Mayor Christian Price, Vice-Mayor Marvin Brown, Councilmember Nancy Smith, Councilmember Henry Wade, City Manager Gregory Rose, Police Chief Steve Stahl, and Interim Economic Development Director Denyse Airheart all participated in the ceremonial ribbon cutting.
The City of Maricopa City Council work session and meeting originally scheduled for August 18th are cancelled. The majority of the Council will be at the Arizona League of Cities and Towns Conference in Tucson. The next work session and meeting are scheduled for Tuesday, September 1st at City Hall.
The City of Maricopa is currently accepting applications to fill vacancies on the Age-Friendly Maricopa Advisory Committee, Industrial Development Authority Board, Heritage District Advisory Board, and Non-Profit Funding Evaluation Committee. You can read descriptions of the Boards, Commissions and Committees and apply online at www.maricopa-az.gov/web/boards-commissions-committees. Contact the City Clerk's Office at 520-316-6971 for more information.
Honeycutt Coffee, located at 44400 W. Honeycutt Rd. #109, is celebrating their grand re-opening on August 15th. The event will not only feature great deals on food and specialty coffee drinks, it gives customers the perfect opportunity to experience recent upgrades and new menu additions. Steve and Carol Dykstra, who purchased the business earlier this year, have shown their commitment to doing business in Maricopa by investing in new menu screens, upgraded espresso machines and an outdoor dining area. The menu has been enhanced as well. Customer feedback was instrumental in the addition of several new dining possibilities including quiche, Cheesecake Factory cheesecake and three new sandwiches.
City of Maricopa Firefighters Josh Eads, Dusty Jenkins and Chip Wright are seen here sharpening their tools before they head back out to battle the the Mad River Complex Fire west of Redding, California. The three left last week to help California crews fight the fire. As of Tuesday, August 11th the complex consisted of 7 fires totaling 19,963 acres and was 38% contained.
The City of Maricopa Fire Department, in collaboration with Global Water Resources Inc., will conduct routine fire hydrant flushing and maintenance within the City limits to help ensure hydrants are operational, provide adequate water flow, and maintain adequate system pressure. Please watch this short video to learn more:
Each year the City of Maricopa honors our outstanding employees through our Employee Excellence Awards. Nominations are made by employees in three categories: Non-Management, Mid-Management, and Public Safety. A committee appointed by the City Manager is in charge of reviewing nominations and selecting the final awardees. Congratulations to the following 2015 recipients: