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  1. If you see smoke up north - No Threat to Fountain Hills

    If you see smoke up north, it is probably the Horse Fire near Crown King. Officials with the USDA Forest Service say crews are responding to a fire in the Prescott National Forest. Read on...
  2. Street Paving Set to Begin in Downtown Area

    Starting Monday, October 19, road paving crews will begin work repaving on E. La Montana Drive from E. El Lago Boulevard to E. Palisades Boulevard and; E. Avenue of the Fountains Boulevard from the roundabout to E. Palisades Boulevard. Read on...
  3. Mayor’s Proclamation Opens Community Center and Park Ramada’s

    Town of Fountain Hills’ Mayor Ginny Dickey signed a proclamation today, which allows for the opening of the Community Center with reduced occupancy, and park ramadas for reservations by the public. Read on...
  4. Town of Fountain Hills Voting Center and Early Ballot Drop-Off Location

    There will be ONE voting center in Fountain Hills located at Plaza Fountainside, 12645 North Saguaro Blvd. Anyone registered in Maricopa County is able to vote at this location and early ballots may also be dropped off. Read on...
  5. UPDATED Voter Registration Deadline Moved to October 15

    The voter registration deadline was moved by a federal judge to 5 p.m. October 15, 2020 from October 23. Residents of Fountain Hills who wish to vote for November 3, 2020 election may go to www.fh.az.gov/Elections to register. Read on...
  6. Fountain Hills’ 10-year Plan for Future Growth and Lifestyle

    On November 3, Fountain Hills’ voters have a choice to make. Not only to select representatives at a county, state, and national level. Voters will decide if they want to ratify the Town of Fountain Hills’ General Plan 2020. Read on...
  7. North Fountain Hills Boulevard Shoulder Widening

    Recognized as a high priority for the Town, work has started on widening the shoulder of North Fountain Hills Boulevard between N. Pinto Drive and E. Segundo Drive. Read on...
  8. Fountain Hills to Perform the Annual Over-Seeding of Fountain Park

    Fall is here which means it’s time for the traditional over-seeding of Fountain Hills’ Fountain Park. This year the over-seeding will take place between October 5 and November 6. Read on...
  9. NOW CLOSED: Town of Fountain Hills Small Business Grant Program

    NOW CLOSED: The Town is no longer accepting applications for its small business grant program. Read on...
  10. Town of Fountain Hills to Receive $2.89 Million Financial Relief from CARES ACT

    On May 27, 2020, Governor Ducey announced that Arizona will be providing $441 million in coronavirus relief and recovery dollars for local Arizona governments as part the CARES Act approved by Congress. Read on...
  11. Town of Fountain Hills Continues to Prepare for Coronavirus

    The Town of Fountain Hills is taking the appropriate precautions and following best practices relating to the COVID-19, commonly known as the Coronavirus. Read on...
  12. Fountain Hills Deemed One of Maricopa County’s Safest Communities

    The Town of Fountain Hills was recently listed as one of the two safest residential areas in Maricopa County, according to the Crime Index as reported by ADT Security Services and Attom Data Solutions. Read on...
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