San Tan Valley Area Information

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San Tan Valley is an unincorporated, census designated area, located in northeastern Pinal County.   In Arizona, counties are not able to provide fire protection services, leaving unincorporated areas without access to fire protection.   Rural Metro Fire, a private company, decided to provide services to the area back in the late 1980s, allowing the community access to fire services.
Pinal County Public Works has contracted Right Away Disposal (RAD) to provide recycling services to county residents. RAD will collect and process recyclable materials that otherwise would end up in landfills.
San Tan Valley is Pinal County’s newest and largest community with residents and businesses  that focus on being business and family friendly.
If the industrial business is locating in San Tan Valley, please follow the steps listed below:
Pinal County does not require a business license for businesses in San Tan Valley, an unincorporated part of the county.
Pinal County does not require a business license for businesses in San Tan Valley, an unincorporated part of the county.
Many residents of Pinal County find the venture of running a home business very profitable and satisfying economically.
After the northeastern unincorporated section of Pinal County became known as San Tan Valley, the area was included for the first time as a census designated area in the 2010 census.
Hunt Highway connects the east valley cities of Chandler and Higley. The highway comes in from the southeast at Florence and runs along the Maricopa/Pinal County line, and then turns north at Higley Road. It was originally called "The State Highway to Florence". The first time it was referred to as Hunt Highway was on a county irrigation map in 1936. Hunt Highway is named after one of the most colorful individuals in Arizona history: Governor George W.P. Hunt.
False Alarm Calls present a serious threat to the effectiveness of the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office and to the safety of our citizens. These calls are costly and dangerous as they divert Deputies from proactive crime prevention efforts. False Alarm Calls also delay response time to other calls which may be a true emergency.
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