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  1. Town Council Agenda Comment Cards

    While Town Council meetings will be closed to the public during the month of April due to the COVID-19 pandemic, residents wishing to address the Town Council on a regular meeting agenda item are encouraged to fill out an agenda comment card. Read on...
  2. The Building Safety and Planning Divisions are Not Accepting New Applications

    Due to the current situation with the Coronavirus and the Governor’s stay at home order, the Building Safety and Planning Divisions are not accepting new applications. Read on...
  3. Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) Launches COVID-19 Business Resources Page

    The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) has launched a new COVID-19 Arizona Business Resources page on the organization’s website. Read on...
  4. Governor Announces 2-1-1 Call Service for Arizonans to Obtain COVID-19 Info

    Governor Doug Ducey announced the launch of a new statewide COVID-19 Hotline through $2 million in funding provided by the Arizona Department of Economic Security. Read on...
  5. Fountain Hills Closes Park Restrooms, Playgrounds, and Other Park Amenities

    In an effort to help combat COVID-19, the Town of Fountain Hills will be officially closing park restrooms, playgrounds, and other park amenities at its public parks. Read on...
  6. Governor Ducey Issued an Executive Order Clarifying Businesses and Operations Deemed “Essential"

    Governor Doug Ducey today issued an executive order clarifying businesses and operations deemed “essential” by the state and providing certainty to business owners, employees and families. Read on...
  7. COVID-19: An update from Mayor Ginny Dickey (Fountain Hills Times Article)

    Read a post from the Fountain Hills Times "COVID-19: An update from Mayor Ginny Dickey" Read post on the Fountain Hills Times Website
  8. Governor Doug Ducey Issues Executive Order Addressing Restaurants and Bars

    On March 19, 2020, Governor Doug Ducey Issued an Executive Order addressing businesses such as restaurants, bars, gyms, and movie theaters. Read on...
  9. Fountain Hills Closes Town Hall to Public – Municipal Court Remains Open for Limited Court Functions

    In an effort to prevent exposure and help combat COVID-19, the Town of Fountain Hills will be officially closing Town Hall to the general public starting Monday, March 23, 2020. Read on...
  10. Mayor Dickey Issues Proclamation Declaring Emergency Relating to COVID-19

    Responding to concerns about the health and safety of residents and employees relating to the COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus, Mayor Ginny Dickey issued an emergency proclamation today. Read on...
  11. Fountain Hills Closes Community Center to Reduce Exposure to COVID-19

    Due to concerns about the health and safety of its residents and employees relating to the COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus, the Town of Fountain Hills will be closing the Community Center to the public effective Wednesday, March 18. Read on...
  12. Fountain Hills Moves to Postpone Commission Meetings & Temporarily Change Council Meeting Format

    Due to concerns about the health and safety of its residents and employees relating to the Coronavirus, the Town of Fountain Hills will be postponing boards and commission meetings until further notice. Read on...
  13. Fountain Hills Cancels Public Events and Gatherings Through the End of April

    Due to concerns about the health and safety of its residents, employees, and visitors, the Town of Fountain Hills is canceling public special events and other gatherings starting this weekend through the end of April. Read on...
  14. 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...
  15. 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...
  16. 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...
  17. April is Water Awareness Month

    Free Classes Slated in Conjunction Water Awareness Month and the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day! 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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