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  1. Mayor Ginny Dickey of Fountain Hills

    Mayor Dickey’s Annual State of the Town Address Shown Virtually

    Due to the coronavirus, the Mayor’s State of the Town address is being streamed live on January 26 at 8 a.m. The speech will be shown live on Cox Cable channel 11, the Town’s Facebook page, and the Town’s website at fh.az.gov. Read on...
  2. Important COVID-19 Vaccine Contact Information

    More information about COVID-19 vaccination sites was released today by the Arizona Department of Health Services. The Town of Fountain Hills has collected key contact websites and phone numbers to help you learn more about receiving a vaccine shot. Read on...
  3. Town Temporarily Suspends Permits for Organized Public Events of More Than 50 People

    Due to public health concerns related to COVID-19, the Town will continue with Governor Ducey’s Executive Order and Town’s Emergency Proclamation. Read on...
  4. NOW OPEN: Fountain Hills - Republic Services Community Grant Program

    The Town of Fountain Hills and Republic Services have worked in partnership to establish a grant program to fund community projects/programs provided by the Town’s nonprofits. Read on...
  5. Fountain Hills, Arizona Featured Across North America in Business View Magazine

    Business View Magazine is spotlighting Fountain Hills, Arizona in an exclusive feature titled “All that is Arizona”– part of the magazine’s focus on Economic and Community Development in American Cities. Read on...
  6. 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...
  7. 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...
  8. 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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