Pinal County

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Explore Pinal hopes to give people reason to explore local treasures.

"Much like the Midwest gets unfairly labeled as “flyover states,” Pinal County has often been stuck with the reputation of a “drive-through” area, a place one must pass by to get from Phoenix to Tucson, or vice versa. Maybe it’s a good place to stop for gas, passersby might say, but besides that, what’s the point?

The county’s tourism officials are trying to change that perception, to turn Pinal into a destination rather than a means to an end. So, they created “Explore Pinal County,” an outreach effort to showcase everything the area has to offer with regard to tourist attractions, big events and recreation opportunities."

Go to the website for the Spring 2023 article written by Pinal Ways Staff Writer Joey Chenoweth describing this new tourism marketing plan for the county.

For the "Explore Pinal County" website: Explore | Pinal County, AZ

This is a pretty cool website! Lot's of good information and ideas!

Sign Up for the Pinal County Recording Notification Service

"The Pinal County Recording Notification System is a free online service that alerts subscribers when a document is recorded with the Pinal County Recorder’s Office. Users who sign up for the service will receive an email notification when a document is recorded using a name that they are monitoring. A user can list up to 5 name variations."

See the website for more information.

Pinal County now Offering Online Dog Licensing Service Through DocuPet

Posted on: July 17, 2023

Pinal County Pet Licensing Now Through DocuPet!

Pinal County pet owners can now license their pets online! The new, easy-to-use online licensing service through DocuPet, provides a quick and seamless way to license your pet from the comfort of your own home. Not a big online user? No worries, in-person licensing services are still available at the Pinal County Animal Care and Control shelter.

Notes

APPLY FOR A LICENSE WITH DOCUPET

Pinal County Animal Care and Control (PCACC) has partnered with DocuPet to provide an enhanced pet licensing experience for residents. Your pet’s license now includes DocuPet’s free HomeSafe™ 24/7 lost pet service and designer license tags with personalization options. Additionally, 20% of every designer tag purchase is donated to PCACC through DocuPet’s Safe & Happy Fund.

When you register your pet in Pinal County, you will receive a unique license tag to attach to their collar. Our new licensing process with DocuPet allows residents to select a standard license tag at no additional charge or upgrade to one of DocuPet’s colorful designer tag styles.

Each DocuPet tag, standard or designer, doubles as a pet’s official Pinal County license and comes equipped with the HomeSafe™ 24/7 lost pet service, which relies on a dedicated full-time dispatch staff and linked pet profiles to help get lost pets home quickly.

APPLY ONLINE

Link to service: Get A License

Pinal County VA Clinic

Our Pinal County VA Clinic in Casa Grande provides primary care and specialty health services, including registry exams, telehealth, care for Veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, and more.

Location
1179 East Cottonwood Lane Casa Grande, AZ 85122-2969
Hours
DayHours
Monday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Tuesday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Wednesday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Thursday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Friday8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

Farmers' Markets in Pinal County

There are several farmers’ markets in Pinal County. Here are a few of the close ones:

Casa Grande Farmers Market: This market trucks produce to distribute to the community for just $15.00. Their goal is to provide fresh produce to everyone in the community. You can find them at 702 E Cottonwood Lane, Casa Grande, AZ, 85194.

Maricopa Farmer’s Market: This market is located at 44301 W Maricopa Casa Grande Highway, Maricopa, Az, 85138. They are open on Fridays from 5 pm to 8 pm and Saturdays from 8 am to 1 pm.

AmericanTowns.com lists several farmers’ markets around Pinal County. You can find more information about them here:

https://www.americantowns.com/pinal-county-az/local-food/

Title Theft Protection

Are you afraid of having your property title stolen? Here's a no cost solution to help protect your title without signing up for a commercial service.

Did you know that you can register for a notification service from your local county recorder's office if someone tries to register a transaction using your name? The service that you are requesting is a Consumer Notification Service.

The Pinal County Recording Notification System is a free online service that alerts subscribers when a document is recorded with the Pinal County Recorder’s Office. Users who sign up for the service will receive an email notification when a document is recorded using a name that they are monitoring. A user can list up to 5 name variations.

The link below is for the Pinal County Recorder's Office. A similar service is provided by the Maricopa County Recorder's Office. See the Notes Section for the Maricopa County link.

West Pinal County - City of Maricopa: Area Transportation Plan

Transportation Plan - Technical Memorandum #1

Tonight the Study/Planning team had an open house at Library and Cultural Center to hear about The Transportation Plan's Technical Memorandum #1.

This part of the study provides documentation on the recent survey conducted over a three-week period that received 431 responses from area residents. The survey collected respondent's thoughts on items that impede travel within the study area. Troublesome roads and intersections were also identified. The study team also identified levels of service on these roads from actual 2021 records. Levels of service is a metric used by transportation professionals to qualitatively describe the operating conditions of a roadway. They also performed a crash analysis on the same data developing a view of the dangerous intersections and road segments of the current roads. They documented the existence of bike lanes, multi-use paths and bus transportation in both the City and County segments of the study area. As the study moves forward the data collected will be used in modeling exercises to develop future projects based on different levels of forecast growth.

Western Pinal County, which includes the City of Maricopa, has been a past, current, and future focus of growth and urbanization. As a result, Pinal County and the City of Maricopa have recently initiated a collaborative effort to study the area and create a plan that updates the City’s current Area Transportation Plan (2015) to ensure the current and proposed transportation systems are aligned with the existing needs and anticipated growth and development – this effort is formally known as the West Pinal County - City of Maricopa Area Transportation Plan (WPMATP).

OBJECTIVES:
The primary objectives are to define the current circulation system, evaluate its performance, forecast future needs, and prepare a plan for fulfilling the identified multimodal transportation needs.

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