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As the second-fastest growing major city in the U.S. over the past decade, Buckeye is experiencing exponential growth. At 639 square miles, It’s the largest city in AZ, but is only 5% built out today. Buckeye is a very dynamic and diverse community and is well positioned for many industries, particularly advanced manufacturing, energy, distribution and logistics, medical, and consumer retail and services.

Source: Municipal Planning Area (MPA) measurement

Positioned for Connectivity

Buckeye’s strategic location positions the city as the premier gateway location between Arizona, California and the Western United States.

Established Infrastructure

Buckeye is located along the major transportation corridor of Interstate 10 and is serviced by rail.

Great Exponential Growth

The city of Buckeye is the nation’s second-fastest growing city.

Source: 2020 U.S. Census Bureau


Buckeye's population has grown 15.3% since 2020 and officially reached 100,000 people in 2021.

Source: City of Buckeye


Projections show that Buckeye’s population is expected to grow to 295,400 by 2040.

Source: City of Buckeye


Buckeye's planning area is over 639 square miles and is only 5% built out.

Source: Grow Buckeye

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Raising a Family

Buckeye is an excellent city for children to learn and play. Two schools offer International Baccalaureate programming, and summer camps are offered for children of preschool age through eighth grade. Families can enjoy hiking and horseback riding at Skyline Regional Park, an 8,700-acre mountain preserve.

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Festivals and Parades

Buckeye is home to events such as Cotton Fest, Buckeye Days and the Buckeye Marathon, but perhaps the most acclaimed annual activity is the Buckeye Air Fair, which attracted more than 30,000 people in 2023.