Serving the cities and communities of the East Valley.
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Ahwatukee, Phoenix - Incorporated in 1881, Phoenix ranks as one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation. Here you’ll learn about the city’s arts and culture amenities, sports and recreation activities, and dining and lodging opportunities.
Chandler - Founded in 1912 and incorporated in 1920. Since its early beginnings, Chandler is a vibrant, diverse community. An All-America City where entrepreneurial spirit and hometown traditions intermingle to make Chandler a truly fun place to be. Chandler has exceptional services, a diverse culture and a vibrant history.
Gilbert - Gilbert is a young, affluent community in central Arizona originally incorporated on July 6, 1920. Gilbert has experienced a rapid transition from a historically agriculture-based community to an urban center and suburb in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area.
Mesa - The third-largest city in Arizona and the nation's 38th-largest city. The City provides the advantages of a thriving metropolis while maintaining the feel of a suburban environment. Just 15 miles east of Phoenix, Mesa covers 132 square miles.
Queen Creek - Queen Creek's approximately 26,000 residents enjoy the benefits of small-town living close to a metropolitan area: low crime rates, easy commuting to and from metro Phoenix, excellent air quality and a variety of recreational activities, all elements of a low-stress lifestyle.
Sun Lakes - Nestled in the outskirts of the popular resort destination of Phoenix, Arizona, Sun Lakes provides the best of all worlds: A resort-style active adult community rich with beautiful landscaping, multi-million dollar clubhouse amenities, welcoming friends and beautifully crafted homes.
Tempe - Incorporated in 1894, Tempe is home to the main campus of Arizona State University. With more than a dozen colleges, trade schools and universities, the City lends itself to a creative, smart atmosphere where anything seems possible.