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Property Valuation Notices Have Been Mailed from County Assessor's Office

BoS Non-Profit Grant Program Accepting Applications through 3/11

Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 Vacancy Accepting Letters of Interest and Resumes

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Early Voting Has Begun for the 2024

 Presidential Preference Election

Early Voting for the 2024 Presidential Preference Election began on February 21. Voters on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) have been mailed an Early Ballot; if a replacement ballot is needed, please contact us at 520-509-3555. It is recommended to mail back your Early Ballot by March 12 or return to a county drop box by 7 p.m. on Election Day, March 19, find drop box locations here.

If you plan to vote Early In-Person you can do so through Friday, March 15. Find an Early In-Person Voting site here.

To learn more about voting in the 2024 Presidential Preference visit our website at

Jury Service Questionnaires Have Been Mailed

What is What You Need to Know

Jury Duty questionnaires have been mailed to approximately 37,000 Pinal County residents this week and should arrive in mailboxes soon.

If you receive a questionnaire, here is what you need to know:

  • This is NOT a summons; names are pulled randomly twice a year, and questionnaires are sent to identify prospective jurors.
  • Complete the mailed questionnaire and send it back, or scan the QR code on the back and complete the form online.

Have questions about this process? Contact us at 520-509-3555.

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Ribbon Cutting and Dedication Ceremony Held for Historic Hayduke Building in Coolidge

District 1 Supervisor Kevin Cavanaugh held a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony this week in Coolidge at the historic Hayduke Building.

Built in 1938, the Hayduke building was a central feature in Coolidge's life for many years. While it was the Trailways bus station, it became the spot where young men left for the Korean War and others. It was a place of tearful goodbyes; for many, it was the last these service members ever saw of home. Click on the video to learn more.

Preserving Our Future

Open House in Arizona City Next Week

Pinal County Development Services will be in Arizona City this month to kick off their series of "Preserving our Future Open House Meetings" to inform county residents about the Road Maintenance and Improvement Fund.

📅 Wednesday, Feb. 28

1:00-2:30 pm

📍 AZ City Library | 13254 Sunland Gin Rd.

Learn More About Preserving Our Future

Full Depth Recycling Coming to Pinal County

Pinal County Public Works will soon be on the cutting edge of road construction technology as we introduce the Full Depth Recycling process to the county.

FDR takes the existing road, pulverizes it, and uses the material to construct a new road base. This process saves material, money, and time in road construction. Projects that had taken weeks will now take days, resulting in less material waste, fewer traffic restrictions, and lower construction costs. Click on the video to learn more.

Various Pinal County Departments at Lost Dutchman Days Event this Weekend in Apache Junction

Come see Pinal County at the Lost Dutchman Days event this weekend in Apache Junction. The following departments will have representatives throughout the weekend answering your questions and informing eventgoers of the services the county offers.

  • Communications and Marketing
  • Development Services - Community Development & Public Works
  • Human Resources Recruitment
  • Parks & Trails
  • Public Health
  • Recorder's Office and Elections Department

Stop by our booth for some Pinal County swag and even see how you can be entered into a drawing to win a State 48 shirt!

Mesa Gateway Airtanker Base to Host Annual National Aerial Supervision Training Academy

in Queen Valley

From the Tonto National Forest Service, Queen Valley residents should be advised of increased air traffic due to the annual National Aerial Supervision Training Academy at Phoenix Interagency Fire Center. From February 25 to March 15, flights may occur every day except Sundays.

Read Full Press Release from Forest Service

Wide Open Opportunity

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Events & Updates


Pinal Pets

Let Us Introduce You to Thor

Thor is a six-year-old Boxer Lab Mix. He certainly does not act like a senior pet, he is active and loves to play. Thor gets along great with people and other mellow dogs.

If you would like to set up a meet and greet with Thor, contact PCACC at

520-509-3555 or stop by the shelter.

Learn More About Thor

Pinal County Board of Supervisors

View This Week's Regular Session Meeting from Feb. 21

Read Meeting Recap

Upcoming Board of Supervisors Meetings:

  • Regular Session - Mar. 6
  • Work Session - Mar. 14
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