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SAVE THE DATE: Thursday, October 15, 2015 at 6:00 p.m.

The City of Maricopa and the Maricopa Chamber of Commerce are pleased to present the 2015 State of the City Address by Mayor Christian Price.

This year's theme is "Building a City" and will include exciting details on what the City is doing to make Maricopa the best place to live, work, and play for years to come.

Due to space limitations, an RSVP is requested. Please call (520) 316-6827 or Register Online.

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Beginning today census employees, called enumerators, will be knocking on doors throughout the City of Maricopa conducting a Special Census. The Special Census will last for approximately the next 4-6 weeks.

There are three ways to identify a Census Worker:

  1. U.S. Census Badge, vertical format containing the following:
    1. FRONT
      1. Color Picture
      2. Green and red background behind picture
      3. The words “US Department of Commerce”
      4. Name
      5. Title
      6. Expiration Date
      7. Government Seal in color
    2. BACK
      1. Government Seal in black and white
      2. A statement that if found drop in any mailbox
    3. CASE – two part aluminum on a lanyard
  2. A light grey with black trim satchel that says U.S. Census
  3. An U.S. Census Paper Survey sheet that is an 8 ½ by 11 fold out, two color printing with black and brown ink


Maricopa’s Special Census starts October 1st and runs through the month of October. Be sure to answer your door to be counted and bring our tax dollars home! Check out this video to see how our Mayor and Council are preparing to be counted…

20150917 flooding thumbDue to flooding, Hartman Road remains closed from Farrell Road to Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway. Farrell Road is closed to through traffic from Hartman to White Parker and is not passable for smaller vehicles. Public Works is checking the wash twice daily to monitor when the roads can be reopened. Murphy Road is also closed at Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway due to construction activity.


Did you know that Maricopa was once a fertile farming area adorned with hundreds of Pecan Groves? 

According to the National Pecan Shellers Association, pecans are high in healthy unsaturated fat and just a handful a day can lower “bad” cholesterol. They also contain more than 19 vitamins and minerals including vitamins A, B, and E, folic acid, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and zinc. Just one ounce of pecans provides 10 percent of the daily recommended intake of fiber. Pecans are also rich in age defying antioxidants and may aid in weight loss and maintenance.

Here are 15 health benefits of Pecans...


Check out these bloopers from a video shoot of a public service announcement to promote the special census. The actual public service announcement will debut soon! On October 1, 2015, the City of Maricopa will begin the community's Third Special Census. Maricopa has experienced tremendous growth since the 2010 Census and it is critical that our community gets an accurate population count to ensure we receive our fair share of state and federal funds. These dollars will help Maricopa continue to deliver high-quality services to our residents. We cannot do this alone. We need every resident to be counted.


Due to flooding Hartman Road remains closed from Farrell to Maricopa/Casa Grande Highway and Farrell Road is now closed from Hartman Road to White and Parker Road. These closures will remain in place at least through the weekend.

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20150917 jasketchThis morning (Sept. 17th) uniform officers and plain clothes detectives will be canvassing the area of the Desert Cedars Subdivision looking for the suspect pictured here described as a teenage black male, 5’7” to 5’ 9” medium build and medium complexion. He was last seen wearing a grey shirt with pink sleeves and backpack. This is in connection with the attack of a female jogger at 6am on Monday morning. The jogger was attacked from behind and forced to the ground. She fought back and the suspect ran off. He was last seen near the Desert Cedars subdivision. Tonight around 6pm officers will also be going door to door in the same area asking for more information. If you have information please call MPD at 520-568-3673 or the tip line at 520-316-6900 or stop and speak to one of our officers.


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