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Rising out of the desert landscape of the forty-eighth state is our nation’s most populous state capital and fifth largest city: Phoenix. Incorporated as a city in 1881, Phoenix owes its name and popularity to the accord its dwellers have struck between its sometimes-challenging climate and its generous agricultural history. Built on the foundations of […]

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One of the fastest-growing cities in Arizona, Surprise has become just that—a surprise! Founded in 1938 by Flora Mae Statler, the city was dubbed with its unique moniker because Statler announced she “would be surprised if the town ever amounted to much.” Located to the northwest of Phoenix, Surprise and its surrounding area provide popular […]

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East of Scottsdale and north of Mesa, nestled against a corner of the Tonto National Forest, lies the oasis of Fountain Hills. Though the town’s namesake fountain is now the fourth largest in the world, at the time of its construction it topped the list. For about fifteen minutes of each hour, between 9 in […]

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About thirty-five miles north of Phoenix’s downtown corridor lies the master-planned community of Anthem. This family-friendly area has been recognized in major publications for having the kinds of activities and amenities that are in high demand for kids and parents on the go. An extensive network of sidewalks and bike paths casts a net over […]

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Located less than ten miles northwest of downtown Phoenix, Glendale was originally founded as a temperance colony in 1891, though many more diverse settlers soon followed. Glendale lies between Phoenix and Peoria, both of which it is connected to by the Valley of the Sun’s notable Grand Avenue, a throughway that cuts across the area’s […]

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Northwest of Glendale, sandwiched between Surprise and North Phoenix and stretching from Maricopa County into Yavapai, you’ll find Arizona’s sixth largest city by square mileage—Peoria. Founded by Arizona Canal worker William John Murphy in 1885 and named after his hometown of Peoria, Illinois, Peoria was originally just a blip on the desert road stretching between […]

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Named after the first veterinary surgeon in the Arizona Territory, Dr. Alexander Chandler, this city is situated to the southeast of downtown Phoenix, bordered by Mesa to the north, Phoenix and Tempe to the west, and Gilbert to the east. One of Arizona’s oldest schools, Chandler High School, was opened in 1914, just a few […]

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Located southeast of Phoenix, between Mesa and Queen Creek, is the formerly agricultural town of Gilbert. Once known as the “Hay Shipping Capital of the World,” Gilbert is now the most populous incorporated town in the entire United States. Despite the increase in residential property over farmland, Gilbert still draws heavily on its agricultural roots […]

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East of Phoenix and south of Scottsdale lies the city of Tempe, a popular destination for Arizona residents and visitors alike. From entertainment venues like Tempe Center for the Arts and the Marquee Theater, to the open-air shopping of Tempe Marketplace, to the vibrant nightlife you’d expect from any college town, Tempe is sure to […]

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“There is a reason we call this valley ‘paradise.’” Paradise Valley’s town motto encapsulates the overwhelming experience enjoyed by residents of this incredible area and visitors alike. Home to eight full-service resorts and the area’s most luxurious homes, Paradise Valley provides a gorgeous backdrop for a Sunday drive—whether you’re behind the wheel of a classic […]

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