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  1. Updated - Final Unofficial Election Results - May 19, 2020 Special Election

    Final unofficial results of the May 19, 2020 Special Election are now available. Read on...
  2. Mayor Dickey Issues Sixth Emergency Proclamation to Address Expiration of Stay at Home Order

    Mayor Dickey issued a sixth Emergency Proclamation in response to Governor Doug Ducey’s Executive Order allowing the Stay at Home executive order to expire on May 15 and authorizing the reopening of swimming pools, gyms, and spas effective May 13, 2020. Read on...
  3. Business Resources and Assistance Related to COVID-19

    If an effort to help Fountain Hills businesses during this trying time, we are providing information regarding agencies, resources and assistance that is currently available to help deal with the impacts of COVID-19. Read on...
  4. Mayor Issues 5th Proclamation to Address Re-Opening of Restaurants, Barbershops and Hair Salons

    On Tuesday, May 5, 2020, Mayor Ginny Dickey issued a fifth Emergency Proclamation in response to Governor Doug Ducey’s executive order authorizing the reopening of barber shops, hair salons, beauty parlors, and restaurants. Read on...
  5. Mayor Issues 4th Emergency Proclamation to Address Extension of Governor’s Stay at Home Order

    On Thursday, April 30, 2020, Mayor Ginny Dickey issued a fourth Emergency Proclamation in response to Governor Doug Ducey’s extension of the Stay at Home Order. Read on...
  6. Town of Fountain Hills Increases Available Services for Development Projects

    During the COVID-19 pandemic situation, the Development Services Department continued to review plans and issue building permits for construction projects even after the closure of Town Hall. Read on...
  7. Fountain Hills Illuminates Town Hall Blue to Thank Healthcare Workers and First Responders

    The Town of Fountain Hills will begin illuminating its Town Hall blue to recognize and thank healthcare workers and first responders such as police and fire employees who have risked their health and lives to help with the COVID-19 health crisis. Read on...
  8. Additional Local Resources Available for Fountain Hills Businesses

    The Town of Fountain Hills will continue to make local businesses aware of the resources that are available to assist them in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  9. Town Amends the Process for Accepting Applications into Development Services

    Development applications can still be reviewed by the Building Safety and Planning Divisions by bringing applications to Town Hall on Thursday afternoons between 2:00 and 4:00 pm. Read on...
  10. Mayor Dickey Issues 3rd Emergency Proclamation to Include Significant State & Federal Actions

    On Tuesday, April 7, 2020, Mayor Ginny Dickey issued a third Emergency Proclamation. The purpose of the proclamation is to include a new clarification on essential services that was announced by the Governor’s Office on April 3. Read on...
  11. Governor’s Office Provides Additional Guidance on Essential Services and Recreational Activities

    On March 30, 2020, following new guidance from the CDC and recommendations from the AZ Department of Public Health, Governor Ducey issued an Executive Order directing Arizonans to Stay Home, Stay Healthy, and Stay Connected. Read on...
  12. Town of Fountain Hills Urges Residents to Comply with Stay at Home Order

    On Thursday, April 2, 2020, Mayor Ginny Dickey issued a second Emergency Proclamation urging residents to adhere to a Stay at Home order and maintain social distancing to help combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Read on...
  13. The FH Municipal Court has issued an Administrative Order due to concerns for the spread of COVID-19

    No person shall attempt to enter the Fountain Hills Town Hall if they have been diagnosed with COVID-19, or if they are exhibiting symptoms, or if they are suspected of exposure to others with the virus or others who have been exposed to the virus. Read on...
  14. Valley Metro Announces Commuter Bus Service Reduction in Fountain Hills

    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Valley Metro has announced the temporary reduction in service effective April 6, 2020, for the regional commuter bus route in Fountain Hills, known as the “514 – Scottsdale Express.” Read on...
  15. Town of Fountain Hills Cancels Irish Fountain Fest

    The Town of Fountain Hills has announced the cancellation of the annual Irish Fountain Fest scheduled to take place at Fountain Park on Saturday, March 14. Read on...
  16. 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...
  17. Fountain Hills Medical Center FAQs

    Read more about the background and FAQs regarding the future hospital and medical clinic on a five acre parcel at the northwest corner of Saguaro Boulevard and Trevino Drive, including next steps. Read on...
  18. Fountain Hills Mayor Ginny Dickey Presents State of the Town Address

    On Tuesday, January 28, 2020, Town of Fountain Hills Mayor Ginny Dickey presented her State of the Town address at the Fountain Hills Community Center to a full house of business and civic leaders, and residents. Read on...
  19. 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...
  20. MCSO Fact Sheet (August 2019)

    The Town of Fountain Hills and Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) compiled the attached Fact Sheet to answer questions raised about law enforcement services provided by MCSO. Read on...
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