Serving the cities and communities of: Avondale, Buckeye, Circle City, El Mirage, Glendale, Goodyear, Litchfield Park, Morristown, Peoria, Sun City, Sun City Grand, Sun City West, Surprise, Wickenburg, Wittmann, and Youngtown.
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Avondale - In the late 19th century, Avondale was a pit stop on the main thoroughfare for folks racing to the ‘Golden Coast’. Today, this vibrant city is a premier destination for International NASCAR racing, festivals, shopping, dining, recreation, education, family living, employment and business location.
Buckeye - Founded in 1888 and incorporated eight decades ago as a 440-acre town, Buckeye has surged into the 21st century with a planning area of almost 600 square miles. While Buckeye’s population of about 30,000 residents is expected to increase at a rapid rate over the next few decades, the family-friendly festivals sprinkled throughout the year help maintain the small-town feel that makes Buckeye a nice place to visit – and to live.
El Mirage - Settled by migrant farm workers in 1937 on the west bank of the Agua Fria River, this residential community of approximately 11 square miles was incorporated in 1951.
Glendale - Founded in 1892, as a religious and temperance colony, for the first decade, irrigation farming was the main occupation. Then diversity – economic, ethnic and religious – brought new life to Glendale.
Goodyear - A city with a rich, rewarding quality of life and great community spirit. Nestled near the base of the Estrella Mountains, Goodyear is one of the fastest growing cities in the State. Yet it offers all the advantages of a small community – less traffic, safe neighborhoods day and night, and a friendly atmosphere that lets you feel at home right away.
Litchfield Park - Started in 1916 when Goodyear Tire and Rubber bought farm land to grow Egyptian long-staple cotton to use in tire cords. This project was developed by Paul Litchfield, then a junior executive with Goodyear. The company town was given his name in 1926.
Peoria - Established in the 1880’s when William J. Murphy’s vision of fertile farm lands fed by water from the Salt River became reality with the completion of the Arizona Canal in 1885.
Sun City - A place of cleanliness and friendliness, a wide variety of interests and activities, an ideal adult community where all residents can be as active as they wish.
Sun City West - Del Webb Corporation, the nation's leading developer of adult communities, completed construction of Sun City West in 1997. Its four recreational complexes, nine golf courses, convenient local businesses, churches and nationally ranked hospital are all in place -- not promises of things to come.
Surprise - Vibrant Southwest living; a place of educational excellence where community, family, and traditions are built. Surprise is a collection of distinctive neighborhoods with a small town feel and big city amenities.
Wickenburg - Ranchers and farmers discovered the fertile flood plain of the Hassayampa River and settled in the area. Together with miner Henry Wickenburg they helped found the young community of Wickenburg in 1863. The Town of Wickenburg was incorporated in 1909.
Youngtown - Considered "America's First Retirement Community" was founded in 1954 when real estate broker Ben Schleifer and banker Clarence Suggs purchased land from a dairy ranch. Youngtown was incorporated in 1960 and became the first city occupied solely by senior citizens.