Casa Grande is strategically located at the intersection of two interstate highways, I-8 and I-10, in an area known as Arizona’s Golden Corridor. Midway between Phoenix and Tucson, the city has grown to be the largest community in western Pinal County since its incorporation in 1915. Once dependent on agriculture and mining, it has evolved into a diversified full-service area offering manufacturing, retail trade, government and tourist-related employment. All of Pinal County is a designated Enterprise Zone.
Founded in 1879, Casa Grande was named for the famous Hohokam Indian Ruins 20 miles to the northeast. Today it is a modern city with rural heritage and old-fashioned values. Its economic base is a mix of retail trade, factory outlet shopping, manufacturing and agriculture, while its market area consists of more than 91,000 consumers.
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