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Comments and descriptions are provided by each cities local Chamber of Commerce Web sites. Click on the city to go to the Chamber of Commerce Web site.

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Ahwatukee

Ahwatukee Foothills Village - Welcome to Ahwatukee Foothills, one of the 15 villages designated by the City of Phoenix. The people who live, work and play in this thriving community share the intimacy of small town living, while enjoying the plentiful amenities of a bustling metropolis close at hand. Because Ahwatukee is nestled so closely to the surrounding mountains, it gives the feel of an independent city. The village is bound by I-10 to the east along with the cities of Chandler and Tempe, to the north is South Mountain and the Gila River Indian Reservation to the west and south.

Alpine

At an elevation of 8,050 feet Alpine, situated at the eastern end of Arizona's popular White Mountains, is surrounded by the beauty of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests.

Mountain lakes and swift running streams dot the countryside where Ponderosa Pine, aspen and fir dominate the landscape. Four distinct seasons offer something for everyone in our outdoor paradise from quiet relaxation to a myriad of recreational activities.

Ajo

With its rich tradition as a former copper-mining hub, Ajo is a casual town with relaxed charm. Take in Ajo�s mild climate, low annual humidity and pure air. Ajo is a place to slow down and enjoy life.

Apache Junction

Apache Junction is a desert community nestled in the shadows of the Superstition Mountains, 2,070 feet above sea level and 35 miles directly east of Phoenix on Highway 60 (Superstition Freeway). It is the eastern most community in the Phoenix-Mesa metropolitan area. The city currently encompasses 36.5 square miles with a year-round population estimated at 42,000. Each year the city welcomes over 35,000 seasonal residents, increasing the population from mid-October to mid-April to over 77,000.

Arizona City

Avondale

Spread out at the foot of the towering Estrella Mountains, the Southwest Valley is no longer a "best kept secret". It is blossoming with new residential, retail, light industry, places to stay and play to play.

Bagdad

Bagdad lies on Bridle Creek in west-central Yavapai County, one of the four original counties. Its history is closely tied to the copper ore responsible for its establishment. Bagdad�s mine, one of the state's smaller open-pit operations, is still impressive with a completed expansion project. Nestled in the hills of the Aquarius Mountains, the town was named for the mining claim discovered by W.J. Pace and J.M. Murphy in 1882. A post office was established in 1910. From Phoenix, Bagdad is reached via U.S. 60-89 to Wickenburg, then U.S. 93 for 46 miles to state Highway 97, the Bagdad turnoff. Follow state Highway 97 for 16 miles to state Highway 96 and turn north four miles to Bagdad.

Benson

The Benson/San Pedro Valley Chamber of Commerce is a vital force in the community. It seeks to unite all of the industrial, commercial and governmental interests for the purpose of concerted action in supporting those activities that are beyond the scope of any single business or industry and that promote the welfare of the Benson Community and the surrounding area as a whole.

Bisbee

Bisbee, 90 miles southeast of Tucson, is the picturesque county seat of historic Cochise County. The community was founded in 1880 and named after Judge DeWitt Bisbee, a financial backer of the Copper Queen Mine.

ImageThis Old West mining camp proved to be one of the richest mineral sites in the world, producing nearly three million ounces of gold and more than eight billion pounds of copper, not to mention the silver, lead and zinc that came from these rich Mule Mountains. By the early 1900s, the Bisbee Imagecommunity was the largest city in the southwest between St. Louis and San Francisco.

Buckeye

As a major gateway just 35 miles west of Central Phoenix, Buckeye is part of the Sun Corridor Megapolitan region, one of the 10 megapolitan regions expected to see a population of more than 10 million and the focus of an estimated $25 trillion of investment in the U.S. by 20301. As Arizona�s largest city by land area, with more than 600 square miles, projections show that Buckeye�s population will reach more than 419,000 by 2030.2 The Greater Phoenix region is home to more than 4 million people and is among the nation�s fastest growing markets, even in this current economic climate. The region�s population is expected to exceed 6.1 million by 2030.3

Bulhead City

Located near the spot where Arizona, Nevada and California meet, Bullhead City is a rapidly growing community nestled along the beautiful blue waters of the Colorado River. The striking scenic beauty provides the backdrop for a host of outdoor recreation activities.

The community serves as the economic hub and retail shopping center for Western Mohave County and Southeastern Clark County, Nevada. More than five million people travel through Bullhead City annually to enjoy the wonderful weather and great community atmosphere. Bullhead City is located across the Colorado River from one of the nation's most popular gaming communities: Laughlin, Nevada. The year-round sunshine makes it perfect for families, retirees and vacationers. Bullhead City is truly an oasis in the desert. Come join the fun on the river.

Camp Verde

Welcome to Camp Verde, where the past meets the present. Camp Verde is rich in history with the Sinagua -- an Ancestral Puebloan people, the Native Americans, the U.S. Calvary, and the settlers all coming together. The stories illustrate the many challenges faced by everyone, the conflicts and the suffering, the trail of tears of the Yavapai & Tonto-Apache, and the growth of Camp Verde through it all.

Casa Grande

Welcome to Casa Grande, a �community first� hometown, with a population of more than 45,000 full-time residents. This forward-looking city with renowned small-town appeal offers residents excellent schools, health-care services and much more, all which help to create the exceptional quality-of-life enjoyed here. Visitors are pleased to discover a wide variety of shopping and dining venues, golf, entertainment and sight-seeing experiences and events, encouraging them to stay a day or decades.

Cave Creek

Some of the most spectacular sights of the desert await you just a short drive north of Phoenix and Scottsdale. When you feel like leaving the tall buildings and hustle and bustle behind, the places to go for some relaxing fun are the Towns of Carefree and Cave Creek. Vast stretches of the wide-open Sonoran Desert, pristine mountain vistas, giant boulder formations, a sparkling lake and towering saguaro cacti are all part of the magical landscape waiting for you here in one of Arizona�s last frontiers.

Carefree

Expect the unexpected in this extraordinary desert paradise. From shopping to dining and the arts, discover all that these sister towns have to offer. Stroll around and visit our unique shops and galleries, enjoy a great meal, try a sarsaparilla at a real Western saloon or just kick back and watch the sun set. At night, the stars shine so big and bright they seem close enough to touch. Listen, and you may be lucky enough to hear a coyote serenade the moon.

Chino Valley

Chino Valley is a beautiful, semi-rural town with open land, sunny skies and friendly people. Excellent schools, quality healthcare providers and an enviable climate are just a few of the many reasons so many people call this wonderful place home.

Clarkdale

Clarkdale offers a mild climate for enjoyable year round living and outdoor activities. Whether you enjoy hiking the in the wilderness areas or exploring ruins of early native americans, they can all be found right here in the Clarkdale area. We invite you to learn more about our community and businesses by browsing our website.

Christopher Creek

Christopher Creek; a hamlet nestled under the Mogollon Rim in North Central, Arizona with a horizon that scans mountains and meadows; a place to remember what it's like to be civilized in the wilderness. An opportunity to explore a simpler, purer path. See Also Rim Country Chamber Of Commerce

Clifton

Prepared by the ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Clifton and Morenci were established during the late 1800s as mining towns. They are in eastern Arizona, near the New Mexico border. Clifton incorporated in 1909, is the seat of Greenlee County and the birthplace of Geronimo, famous Apache warrior chief. Morenci boasts the largest open pit copper mine in the U.S. Elevations range from 3,464 feet in Clifton to 4,838 feet in Morenci, which is still unincorporated.

Colorado City

Coolidge

In May and June 1925, Jones plotted half of his acreage into the original town site and then decided to name it Coolidge in honor of then President Calvin Coolidge whose signature had made the development of the entire area a reality. Jones then laid out the remaining 80 acres as the Jones addition to the town site. Jones built numerous buildings. They took up residence in the town in 1927. Mr. And Mrs. Jones kept an abiding interest in the cultural and moral development. They donated land for religious, education, and fraternal institutions. Jones established the water system, provided the original power plant, and electrical distribution system for the town, which he sold in 1929 to Arizona Edison Co. With the building of banks, ice plant, newspaper, school, ect, the town became well integrated and within five yours had grown to 1000.

Cottonwood

Cottonwood is nestled in the heart of Arizona and the Verde Valley. Seemingly a world apart but just minutes away, Cottonwood is an easy commute off Interstate-17, only 20 minutes from Sedona, 90 minutes from Phoenix, 50 minutes from Flagstaff and approximately 15 minutes from each of the communities of Jerome, Clarkdale and Camp Verde.

Dewey-Humboldt

In the early days when a stage station was run at this place by Darrel Duppa, the location was known as Agua Fria. The post office for Agua Fria was discontinued in 1895. According to post office rules, an office couldn't reopen under its old name. Therefore, when the post office was re-established in 1898, the name Dewey was selected. There is some question as to whether it was named for Rear Admiral Dewey or for a pioneer settler in the vacinity. It is to be noted also that the name of the railroad station was and still is Cherry Creek, but this name was in use elsewhere as a post office, and so couldn't be used.

Dolan Springs

Dolan Springs is a quiet western town that is a hub to many attractions in Arizona and southern Nevada. The function of our Chamber is to bring quality information to visitors coming to our area and also to enhance the prosperity of local businesses.

Douglas

Douglas is a big City on the U.S./Mexico border, with a small town friendliness and charm, attracting visitors, both near and far, for business, recreation and tourism.

Duncan

Welcome to Graham County, where a tradition of quality lifestyle exists. We are located in southeastern Arizona, a convenient 30 miles from Interstate 10. The three incorporated communities of Safford, Thatcher, and Pima feature the best of small town USA atmosphere, where your neighbors feel like family. Nearby you'll also find the communities of Solomon, Clifton, Duncan, Willcox, and York. We are nestled in the Gila Valley, at the base of the majestic Graham Mountain to the south and the Gila Mountains to the north, whose beauty is rivaled only by the Superstition's at sunset.

Eagar

El Mirage

Eloy

Flagstaff

Florence

Fort Mohave Valley

Fountain Hills

Fredonia

Gila Bend

Gilbert

Glendale

Globe

Golden Valley

Goodyear

Guadalupe

Green Valley

Green Valley and Sahuarita are nestled at the base of the majestic Santa Rita Mountain Range in southern Arizona's beautiful Santa Cruz Valley. At a high desert elevation of 2,900 feet, Green Valley and Sahuarita enjoy a cooler climate than Phoenix or Tucson.

Hayden

Heber-Overgaard

Holbrook

Huachuca City

Jerome

Kearny

Kingman

Lake Havasu City

Litchfield Park

Mammoth

Marana

Maricopa

Mesa

Miami

Nogales

Oatman

Oro Valley

Page-Lake Powell

Paradise Valley

Parker

Patagonia

Payson

See Also Rim Country Chamber Of Commerce

Pearce

Peoria

Phoenix

Pima

Welcome to Graham County, where a tradition of quality lifestyle exists. We are located in southeastern Arizona, a convenient 30 miles from Interstate 10. The three incorporated communities of Safford, Thatcher, and Pima feature the best of small town USA atmosphere, where your neighbors feel like family. Nearby you'll also find the communities of Solomon, Clifton, Duncan, Willcox, and York. We are nestled in the Gila Valley, at the base of the majestic Graham Mountain to the south and the Gila Mountains to the north, whose beauty is rivaled only by the Superstition's at sunset.

Pine

See Also Rim Country Chamber Of Commerce

Pinetop-Lakeside

Of all the areas to visit, travelers would be hard-pressed to find a region that offers more - more natural beauty, more history and culture, more recreation, more adventure, more memories - than Arizona's White Mountains.

Prescott

The place-name Prescott, Arizona, did not exist when President Lincoln signed the bill that separated New Mexico from Arizona in 1863. Lincoln no doubt was familiar with the historian William Hickling Prescott, whose books on Mexico and Peru made the nearly blind Bostonian the David McCullogh of his day. Lincoln did know that any capital for the newly established Arizona territory would be located far from Confederate sympathizers in Tucson.

Prescott Valley

Quartzsite

Queen Creek

Safford

Welcome to Graham County, where a tradition of quality lifestyle exists. We are located in southeastern Arizona, a convenient 30 miles from Interstate 10. The three incorporated communities of Safford, Thatcher, and Pima feature the best of small town USA atmosphere, where your neighbors feel like family. Nearby you'll also find the communities of Solomon, Clifton, Duncan, Willcox, and York. We are nestled in the Gila Valley, at the base of the majestic Graham Mountain to the south and the Gila Mountains to the north, whose beauty is rivaled only by the Superstition's at sunset.

Sahuarita

Green Valley and Sahuarita are nestled at the base of the majestic Santa Rita Mountain Range in southern Arizona's beautiful Santa Cruz Valley. At a high desert elevation of 2,900 feet, Green Valley and Sahuarita enjoy a cooler climate than Phoenix or Tucson.

San Luis

Scottsdale

Show Low

Sedona

Sierra Vista

Snowflake

Somerton

St. Johns

Springerville

Star Valley

See Also Rim Country Chamber Of Commerce

Strawberry

See Also Rim Country Chamber Of Commerce

Sunsites

Sun City

Superior

Surprise

Taylor

Thatcher

Welcome to Graham County, where a tradition of quality lifestyle exists. We are located in southeastern Arizona, a convenient 30 miles from Interstate 10. The three incorporated communities of Safford, Thatcher, and Pima feature the best of small town USA atmosphere, where your neighbors feel like family. Nearby you'll also find the communities of Solomon, Clifton, Duncan, Willcox, and York. We are nestled in the Gila Valley, at the base of the majestic Graham Mountain to the south and the Gila Mountains to the north, whose beauty is rivaled only by the Superstition's at sunset.

Tempe

Tolleson

Tubac

Tombstone

Tucson

Tusayan

Wellton

Willcox

Williams

Wickenburg

Winslow

Winkelman

Yarnell-Peeples Valley

Youngtown

Yuma

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Arizona Counties

Apache

Cochise

Coconino

Gila

Graham

Greenlee

La Paz

Maricopa

Mojave

Navajo

Pima

Pinal

Santa Cruz

Yavapai

Yuma