In 2004, 5,000 proud residents lived in Maricopa. Now more than 43,000 people call this city -- located just 20 minutes south of Phoenix and 35 minutes from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport -- home.
Maricopa’s family-oriented ambiance, affordable housing and community safety attracts new residents each month. The city is home to the University of Arizona’s Agricultural Farm, USDA Arid Land Research Center, Volkswagen’s North American Proving Grounds and Pinal Energy Ethanol Plant. Maricopa is also the future home of Pinal Power LLC’s 30-megawatt biomass facility and a 217-acre Central Arizona College campus.
Maricopa is a business-friendly municipality with a One Stop Shop Development Center, a Fast Track Program, and an aggressive economic development strategy. Maricopa offers a large supply of developable property and a highly skilled workforce.
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