Cities and Towns of Greater Phoenix
Cities and Towns of Maricopa County
Find out which cities and towns are located in Maricopa County. Maricopa County has the most people of any county in Arizona, and Phoenix is located there.
Find a Phoenix Zip Code
Find a Phoenix zip code. List of Phoenix zip codes.
Apache Junction is actually in Pinal County, but it is still considered as part of the greater Phoenix area by many.
With easy access to Phoenix, this is a growing residential community west of Phoenix. The Information Directory has all the contact phone numbers for city offices and services.
The Town of Buckeye, Arizona, small, yet fast growing community located to the southwest of Phoenix. Buckeye, founded in 1888, prides itself on its quality lifestyle and family-oriented environment.
Founded in the 1950's, the town is one of the earliest planned communities in Arizona.
Get to know Cave Creek, Arizona. Cave Creek is a western town just north of Phoenix, Arizona.
Read a profile of Chandler, Arizona. Includes history, demographics, largest employers, school information, home prices and more for Chandler.
Nn agricultural community in the northwest region of Greater Phoenix.
This site provides links to town hall departments and staff. Fountain Hills is a beautiful community in the McDowell Mountain foothills.
Gila Bend is located in Maricopa County about 68 miles southwest of Phoenix along Interstate 8 on the banks of the Gila River.
Read a profile of Gilbert, Arizona. Includes history, demographics, largest employers, school information, home prices and more for Gilbert.
"Arizona's Antique Capital" is one of the fastest growing cities in the country.
"Founded in 1942 as a small rural community to support the Goodyear Aircraft Corporation and the Litchfield Naval Air Facility, and incorporated in November, 1946."
The Wigwam Resort is their largest employer, and Luke Air Force Base is 2 miles away. Litchfield park is just west of Phoenix.
Read a profile of Maricopa, Arizona. Includes history, demographics, largest employers, school information, home prices and more for Maricopa.
City council and advisory board meeting schedules, and Mesa facts and figures are outlined here.
The Town of Paradise Valley was incorporated in May of 1961. It encompasses an area of 16.5 square miles.
Peoria Picture Gallery
See pictures taken around the City of Peoria, Arizona.
Read a profile of Peoria, Arizona. Includes history, demographics, largest employers, school information, home prices and more for Peoria, Arizona.
Phoenix Urban Villages
The City Phoenix is divided into Urban Villages. For instance, Ahwatukee isn't a city or a town--it's an Urban Village in the City of Phoenix.
Quick facts about Phoenix demographics, history, statistics and trivia with links to more resources about the capital of our state.
Phoenix: An American Sweet Spot
Hershey has recognized Phoenix as one of "America's 50 Sweet Spots."
Phoenix: How it Got Its Name
A bit of history, a bit of trivia, and some common misspellings.
Queen Creek is east of Chandler. With about 4,000 residents today, this agricultural community is growing fast.
City overview, including population demographics, census data, large employers, education and attractions.
Snotsdale or Snobsdale
Scottsdale, Arizona is often referred to as Snotsdale of Snobsdale. Are people in Scottsdale snootier than everyone else? Are they more pretentious? More shallow? Nastier? More stuck up? Are they really rich or just hopelessly in debt trying to look better than everyone else?
Sun City is an unincorporated community in the northwest part of the Greater Phoenix area. It is an adults only community.
Located in in the Northwest Valley. The Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway main line runs through the city.
Read a profile of Tempe, Arizona. Includes history, demographics, largest employers, school information, home prices and more for Tempe.
Tempe: A Geat Place to Live and Work
Out of 300 cities surveyed, Tempe came in as the 4th best city in which to live and work.
The City of Tolleson, Arizona, is a self-contained community, located 10 miles west of Phoenix. Tolleson measures about six square miles and was incorporated in 1929.
In 1960, Youngtown was incorporated and became the first city occupied exclusively by senior citizens. In 1998, the age restriction was lifted. The Town of Youngtown is west of the Agua Fria Loop 101 in the northwest part of the Valley.