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       El Mirage road project gets a green light.

Grand Ave and Thunderbird Rd

An aerial photo from ADOT shows the scope of work planned to rework the series of intersections near Grand Avenue and Thunderbird and Thompson Ranch roads.

 


 

Northern Parkway Program Updates
Loop 303 to US60/Grand Ave
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Beginning July 1st, 2015

El Mirage Court Moves to nCourt for Payment Options

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2015 Heat Relief Maps

2015 Heat Relief Map

The Maricopa Association of Governments has partnered with non-profit organizations, the faith-based community, cities and towns in the region, and others to form the Heat Relief Network and to provide heat relief maps.



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Continued Success Northwest Valley Family YMCA!
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El Mirage Heat Relief Information
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06/30/2015 - Mayor Lana Mook Reappointed to MAG Executive Committee
On Wednesday, June 24, 2015, El Mirage Mayor Lana Mook was reappointed as an At-large member of the Maricopa Association of Governments’ (MAG) Executive Committee. Additional Info...
06/30/2015 - El Mirage Court Moves to nCourt for Payment Options
The El Mirage City Court will soon be providing additional options when paying traffic citations. Beginning July 1, 2015, for a small administrative fee, customers will be able to pay fines in full or make previously agreed upon payments through nCourt.. Additional Info...
06/25/2015 - El Mirage Launches Body-Worn Cameras (BWC) for PD
El Mirage Mayor and Council continue a focus on public safety as the City announces its new Police Body-Worn Camera (BWC) Program. In Council’s latest endeavor, all El Mirage uniformed police officers began wearing body cameras last week. Additional Info...
06/25/2015 - El Mirage is Making Every Drop of Water Count
For many years, the City of El Mirage was facing increasing costs to provide water to its citizens. Through innovative, out-of-the-box thinking, the City was able to purchase 29,290 acre feet of water extinguishment credits, also called “paper water”... Additional Info...