Boating, jet-skiing, fishing, kayaking, rafting, or swimming. We are blessed with many options for water sports that provide a welcome respite during the heat of summer. Arizona’s founding fathers had the vision to balance recreational use, functional water supplies, and energy management. SAGUARO … [Read more...] about How to Survive the Summer: Water Recreation in Arizona
As more states begin reopening for business, and more people return to work this summer, we are seeing the economy begin to improve. Experts are indicating this recovery is happening in the second half of this year and they agree that real estate will be the leader in the recovery process. Real … [Read more...] about Real Estate is a Leading Factor in Economic Recovery
After the Salt River Pima recycling center caught on fire, many Fountain Hills residents have been unsure about the status of recycling for our community. We reached out to Stephen Herring, the Municipal Relationship Manager for Republic Services to find out the answers to people’s questions. What … [Read more...] about Update on Recycling in Fountain Hills
The Sonoran Desert has a magical quality that draws millions of people to live in it. The lack of snow and humidity beckon some to come, the crystal-clear night sky calls to others. But whatever your reason for living in the desert, you can bring its essence indoors to make your home feel seamless … [Read more...] about Bring the Desert Indoors
It is not a secret that Americans love our ice cream. On average, we each consume 23 gallons of the creamy treat per year, contributing more than $11 billion to the national economy. Our love affair with this cold confection inspired President Reagan, in 1984, to designate July as National Ice Cream … [Read more...] about National Ice Cream Month 2020
Due to the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, many families are facing unexpected financial hardship, not to mention our local restaurants whose livelihoods have been drastically affected. Together, we can help. Through the Fountain Hills Community Foundation's One Meal at a Time program, … [Read more...] about One Meal at a Time Program
The Sister City concept started in 1956 with President Dwight D. Eisenhower. He envisioned a network that championed for peace and prosperity by fostering bonds between people from different communities around the world. He thought that if people from different cultures could understand, … [Read more...] about Fountain Hills Sister Cities
Arizona holds a special place in the hearts of many Canadians looking for warmth, rugged scenery, and friendly people. Yet, 2020 has brought many newfound pressures to Canadians from several fronts, not the least of which is the difficulty—and uncertainty--of a cross-border lifestyle in the new … [Read more...] about Canadian Ownership In Arizona: A Time to Strategically Retreat?