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first Town Implements CodeRED Emergency Notification System The Town of Fountain Hills is making efforts to prepare our residents for emergency situations by implementing an emergency notification system with the CodeRED system. While everyone knows it’s important to prepare, the Town of Fountain Hills wants to ensure that everyone knows exactly what to do in the event of an emergency. The CodeRED system enhances communications between residents and Town public safety personnel by sending telephone calls, text messages, emails, and social media alerts directly to enrolled residents. The Town urges all residents to enroll to receive emergency alerts through CodeRED. Enrollment is free and easy! Visit the Town website at www.fh.az.gov/codered and click on the CodeRED logo at the bottom right of the homepage to enter or update your contact information.

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The Town asks residents to encourage their family members, friends, colleagues, and other groups to access the CodeRED system and make sure they are in the emergency database. We rely on the CodeRED system to keep our community informed during an emergency, so we need to make sure we have your contact information. For more information please visit: www.fh.az.gov or call (480) 816-5100.


DARK SKY COMMUNITY

Isn’t it amazing to look up at night and see the stars, constellations, satellites and even the Milky Way here in Fountain Hills? Our ability to view these celestial objects can be attributed to the regulations regarding outdoor lighting within our Town. These “Dark Sky” regulations protect the night sky from “sky glow” – the yellow-orange glow you see in the sky when you look towards the Valley at night, which is also called “light pollution”. Why don’t we have that same glow? Well, one rather obvious reason is that we don’t have street lights. The Town uses reflective signage to aid drivers with navigating our hilltop roadways at night. Another reason is that we require lighting to be covered and pointed down at the area

intended to be lit. Preventing light from shining upward prevents the glow you see in the Valley. Being away from the light pollution allows us to look up and see the natural heritage of the night skies – think about the Big Dipper, also known as Ursa Major (“Great Bear”). Do you remember that two of the stars in the cup of the Dipper point to the North Star? The North Star has been used for navigating at night, by both land and sea, for thousands of years! Did you know that when you are in the Town Center you can see the International Space Station cross the night sky? The ability to see these things is thanks to our Dark Sky ordinance. The ordinance has been in place

since 1989, when the Town was incorporated. In November 2016, a revised version of the ordinance was adopted to update standards for current lighting specifications. For example, we all used to refer to the brightness of a light bulb by the “watts”. Now with fluorescent and LED lighting we determine the brightness by “lumens”. We’ve also learned more about the Correlated Color Temperature (CCT) and its relationship to glare. So, we have included new restrictions that ensure less glare while still maintaining safe lighting standards. By updating the ordinance, our community can ensure the starry night sky will be protected from light pollution for future generations. So look up and enjoy the stars tonight!

Adero Canyon TrailHead Contract Awarded On September 19, 2017, the Town Council approved a contract for the construction of the Adero Canyon Trailhead with Blucor Contracting, in the amount of $2,162,956.01. Staff anticipates the ground breaking of the trailhead to commence before the first of the new year.

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PLANNING FOUNTAIN HILLS Planners help decision-makers decide what types of development will occur on parcels of land that are undeveloped or are planned to be redeveloped. Planners help them decide what this development will look like, too – how big the lots will be, how tall buildings will be, what types of businesses can be located near homes, and which businesses are more appropriate to be located further away from where people live (for example, industrial uses). This is called “zoning”. Planners then review development plans and building permits to make sure they adhere to the established goals of the Town’s long range plan, called the “General Plan”. Having these regulations help a community to have a high quality of life and relatively stable property values. Planning helps to ensure safety, access to amenities, and adequate infrastructure (roads and sidewalks, electricity, water, schools). Planners encourage that development and growth processes are done using shared goals and priorities of community members. Having a general plan helps investors, employers, and employees make investment decisions about where to locate. While planning cannot address all future issues, it can help a community

be resilient using informed decision-making that allows for economic, social, and environmental benefits for the community at large long into the future. The land which is now Fountain Hills was once a cattle ranch that passed hands several times. Then in the 1960s the land was purchased by Robert P. McCullough and in the 1970s it was “master planned”. What does that mean? It means that the location of roads, homes, ­businesses, parks, and open space were all planned out so that when development started, people knew where to place these different elements of a community. As you can see in the photo from 1971, grading ­(creating even land) has begun to prepare the area for development. The locations for Fountain Hills Boulevard, Palisades Boulevard, and Saguaro Boulevard have been established. Fountain Lake has also been created. The large area below Palisades Blvd. and left of Saguaro Blvd. has been cleared and graded for what is now the Town Center. Looking at the photo from 2016, you can see that the areas planned for these elements have now been constructed.

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Downtown Fountain Hills – 1971 Aerial Photo Map Source: Granite Reef Dam USGS – United States Dept. of the Interior Geological Survey

Downtown Fountain Hills – 2016 Aerial Photo Map Source: Maricopa County Office of Enterprise Technology

FOUNTAIN HILLS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Economic development requires a public private partnership to comprehensively build a strong economic base in Fountain Hills. The Town, business groups, civic organizations, businesses, and residents all contribute to ensuring that Fountain Hills’ economy grows. Creating more jobs locally attracts more year-round residents to live, work, and play in the community. These jobs expand the market for local businesses creating revenues that support the community’s quality of life. As revenues are generated and the economic base expands, rev­ enues are available for needed basic services such as parks, recreation, and infrastructure improvements. The economic development department supports economic growth in Fountain Hills. Department services include new business recruitment, technical assistance for existing Fountain Hills businesses, business retention, and site selection assistance for new and existing ­businesses. The primary goals of the department are to increase the tax base and employment opportunities in Fountain Hills. Climbing out of the recession that marked the early part of this decade, the last three years have seen renewed investment and revitalization in Fountain Hills. We have worked with several successful projects that have created over 100 new jobs and over $3 million in capital investment in our community. Other projects under development will create over 200 new jobs and over $200 million in investment in our community. The growth and expansion of a few targeted existing businesses including, Brokers Alliance, Prevco Subsea, Set Enterprises, and Concept Development have been a tremendous value to our community.

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In total, the projects represent an estimated 400 new jobs, and over $200 million in new capital investment. The economic impact will carry forward for many years. An opportunity moving forward is to fill some of our available commercial space. Commercial vacancy rates remain on the high side (albeit comparable to similar communities), so we are placing a greater focus on reducing vacant commercial space. Staff is undertaking a large retail recruitment campaign that will reduce retail leakage, add revenue, and increase property values. The attraction efforts will focus on specific areas of need: apparel, home goods, specialty grocery, sporting goods and hobbies, specialty restaurants, as well as others. The progress made has not gone unnoticed. The Town has earned national recognitions like: Best place to start a business (Movoto.com), 3rd best suburb in the Valley (Movoto.com), Most successful Arizona city (Zippia.com), and a Top city, 71st in the Nation, for building wealth (LendEDU.com). Stay tuned for future updates as staff is busy working on the newly adopted Strategic Plan. In preparation, we will examine our industries of opportunity, economic activity areas, key economic indicators, external and internal factors, and other opportunities. We will carefully consider our past performance, as well as the Town Council’s strategic initiatives and the role economic development plays in supporting those initiatives. This comprehensive analysis and inspired vision from residents, management, and elected officials will help drive the goals, strategies, and performance measures for Fountain Hills’ future.

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ENVIRONMENTAL FEE The Town Council met and discussed the possibility of an environmental fee dating back to 2007. After discussing and reviewing other options at 18 separate meetings, the Town Council voted on November 20, 2014, to approve a $3 per month fee, billed as $36 annually, per parcel to offset the costs of an Environmental Program for the Town. The environmental fee revenue will support a number of important environmental programs, many of which are mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Clean Water Act, and the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality. Government mandated requirements the Town must undertake are street sweeping, dust control, dam inspection and maintenance, and securing EPA/ADEQ permits. The environmental fee will also help pay for additional safety items such as storm water management, wash drainage and maintenance, on-call storm damage cleanup, and a household hazardous waste collection day for residents. Unlike cities and towns that have environmental fees that are passed along to residents in their water and sewer bills, the Town of Fountain Hills does not operate its own water and sewer utilities and is unable to

pass along these fees to residents on their utility bills. After analyzing other billing options for managing the distribution and collection of approximately 15,000 bills, it was determined it would be more cost effective to contract with a company with expertise in billing services versus the Town performing the billing and collections itself. The Town issued a Request for Proposals to multiple companies that could assist the town in billing for the environment fee. Town staff evaluated a proposal from AMS Billing Services (AMS) and concluded that it not only met the contractual Town requirements but also had expertise in similar types of municipal billings around the country. The environmental fee will help the Town pay for complying with ­federal and state mandates as well as other important services designed to maintain the safety of residents in the Town of Fountain Hills. Without the fee revenue, the Town of Fountain Hills could find itself paying hefty fines for non-compliance of these mandates or possibly reducing other Town services in order to pay for these services. The 2018 Environmental Fee bill of $36.00 will be mailed to residents in January 2018 from the AMS billing offices in Florida. Contact information for AMS Billing Services can be found on the bill.

HOME DELIVERED MEALS Our program provides nutritious noon-time meals to Fountain Hill’s residents in need of meal assistance.

NEW CLIENTS • Clients choose what days each week they want meals delivered. • New clients must stay on the program for a minimum of two weeks. • Advance notice is required when signing up for the program. • To sign-up to receive meals, please contact the Activity Center at (480) 815-5226.

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VOLUNTEERS • Teams of two volunteers pick up the meals at Fountain View Village kitchen at 10:45 a.m. with a time frame of approximately 1 to 1.5 hours for delivery. • Volunteer opportunities are occasionally available for those with time to give to this rewarding program. Please call or drop by the Activity Center, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. DONATIONS • Donations are graciously accepted to help subsidize and maintain the cost of meals. • Donations may be tax deductable; donor should seek advice from their accountant. • Call or mail donation to Home Delivered Meals, 13001 N La Montana Dr., Fountain Hills, AZ 85268 (480) 816-5200

ABOUT THE PROGRAM • Meals are prepared fresh daily by the staff of Fountain View Village and delivered seven days a week including all major holidays. • The cost of each meal is $7.00. • Meals are delivered by volunteers between 11:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. • Meals consist of a hot entrée and two side dishes plus a cold sack with salad, dessert, fruit, and milk. • Area Agency on Aging provides financial assistance to clients who are unable to pay for meals. Contact them directly at (602) 264-4357.

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Rental Properties Are Subject to Sales Tax Residential rental properties are one area for which the Town is not receiving all of the potential sales tax. The Town has discovered that a number of homes and condos in our community are rented out as short term or long term rentals without the property owners paying appropriate sales tax. As a result, it is estimated that the Town is losing hundreds of thousands of dollars in sales tax revenue annually from property owners not properly paying the sales tax on the rentals. This is important because the rental of residential properties is a business enterprise. In addition, the occupants of rental properties still utilize town facilities, town services, police and fire protection, and drive town streets. Essentially, other Fountain Hills residents are paying the cost of these services for others. By Law, Owners Must Register Rental Proper­ties – Under Arizona Revised Statutes § 33-1902, an owner of residential rental property in Arizona must register certain information relating to the property and its ownership with the Maricopa County Assessor’s Office regardless of who rents the property. In addition, a property owner who does not reside in Arizona must designate a statutory agent who lives in Arizona to accept legal service on his/ her behalf. Regardless of where organized, a corporation, limited liability company, partnership, limited partnership, trust, or real estate trust, must register the name of the ownership entity as well as a principal within the business entity. The registration may be filed electronically, using an online registration form, by mail, or in person. There is a $10.00 (U.S.D.) fee per registration. A separate form must be completed for each parcel or roll number registered. The Maricopa County Assessor’s Office classifies property based upon its use. If a property owner discovers that a property has been misclassified, the owner can notify the Assessor by calling (602) 506-3406 to receive instructions on how to have the misclassification corrected. All Rentals are Subject to Taxation – Income from rental of real property for 30 days or long­er is subject to the 1.6% Fountain Hills sales tax. Income from rental of property for periods under 30 days is subject to the transient lodging tax rate of 6.6% for Fountain Hills in addition to 7.27% for State and County tax. Failure to register residential rental property is a violation of Town Code Sec. 7-11-1 and may result in civil penalties. The tax applies to all persons who lease or rent one or more properties (apartment units, houses, condos, etc.) within Fountain Hills. Rental taxes are remitted Fountain Hills FIRST

to the Arizona Department of Revenue on form TPT-2 and reported using FH as the region code and either 044 or 045 as the business code. Forms are downloadable from the Department of Revenue website and you can also apply for the tax license online. Failure to comply with the provisions of Town Code Sec. 7-11-1 may result in civil penalties in accordance with A.R.S. § 33-1902. The amount is $150 per day for each day of violation may be imposed after the date of the most recent notice of assessed valuation and the notice prescribed by A.R.S. § 42-15103.

Over the next five years, the Town of ­Fountain Hills is facing a budget shortfall. Property owners remitting the sales tax on all residential rentals would make a huge difference in helping to close this budget gap. The Town of Fountain Hills will be initiating an audit of suspected properties over the next 18 months in an attempt to recover rental sales tax, interest, and civil penalties. If you have one or more residential properties that are rented out during the year or suspect that a nearby property is a rental, please contact the Town of Fountain Hills Code Enforcement Hotline at (480) 816-5193.

give a lift program The volunteer transportation program, “Give a Lift” is designed to provide rides for homebound, non-drivers in Fountain Hills. The Town of Fountain Hills started the “Give a Lift” program in July 2009, in response to a reduction in funds from the county for transportation. Volunteers and town staff worked together to address the needs of those residents without transportation who soon would be stranded due to program cuts. Once the word was out in the community that there were residents in Fountain Hills who needed rides to medical appointments, the pharmacy, grocery store, and more … the recruitment of volunteers fell into place. There are 22-38 committed volunteers who serve as volunteer drivers and together they have provided an average of 65 rides monthly. These rides are more than transportation to the riders. They provide the opportunity for better healthcare, continued independent living, a social connection to the community, and sense of dignity. Your ride makes a difference in the lives of these residents! Drivers have flexibility regarding the number of rides given. Interested in volunteering? Need a lift? Call Volunteer Coordinator, Heather Ware, (480) 816-5108.

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As your law enforcement Commander, I want to speak to you about our community. We have a very safe, secure and respectable community due in large part to your efforts as citizens. Occasionally, incidents occur that lead us to feel unsafe when we hear about them. These incidents are few and far between, however. This is where the Power of We plays its part. This requires a partnership with the community and its police department based on trust and effective communication. The Police can’t be everywhere, all of the time. As citizens it

Keep them safe, Keep them on a leash Fountain Hills is a designated Pet Friendly town and with the weather cooling off, our furry friends are ready to be outdoors. With great parks and trails, our hometown offers a multitude of options for walking your pets. As our parks and trails become more popular this time of year, we want to remind all pet owners to abide by our Town Ordinance requiring all pets to be on a leash at all times while in our parks. This rule is for the safety of you, your pet, and other park users. Please do not allow pets to run offleash in our ball fields or open space, as this can create unsafe situations between animals, wildlife, and residents. Our first priority is keeping all of our residents, two or four-legged, safe and healthy. When your pet needs exercise and socializing, we encourage our residents to use our Dog Park at Desert Vista Park. This popular, 3-acre facility allows dogs to run off-leash in a protected, fenced area. This space is designed with two social areas, one intended for larger, more active dogs, and one for smaller, more passive dogs. Please visit the Town website for more details about any of our parks and trails.

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is important that you play your very important role. That role is to be our eyes and ears in your neighborhood and to communicate that information to us. Do not assume that we know when something is happening. We need your help to keep us informed of issues that are important to you, which in turn, allows us to help keep the community safe. Have a gut feeling that that something is wrong or out of place? See something unusual? Want to speak with a Deputy about a problem? Please, give us a call. It allows us to be more aware of problem

areas and provides you the peace of mind that we looked into your concerns. You may contact us through MCSO dispatch at (602) 876-1011 or 911 in an emergency. Together, we can keep Fountain Hills safe and secure. Thank you for being the best community to live and work in! Capt. Henry Brandimarte Fountain Hills Commander Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office

DOG LICENSING INFORMATION DO YOU HAVE A DOG IN FOUNTAIN HILLS? • All dogs three months of age or older within the town limits of Fountain Hills must have a Fountain Hills animal license • A license is required by Arizona State Statute §11-1008 and by Fountain Hills Town Code 6-2-3 • Household maximum is four (4) dogs • Winter visitors must also license their dogs IS THERE A COST? CURRENT COSTS ARE: • $17.00 annually for a spayed/neutered dog and $42.00 annually for a non-altered dog. • $6.00 annually for spayed/neutered dog if the owner is 65 or older • Late fees are applicable HOW AND WHERE CAN THE LICENSE BE OBTAINED? • In person at Town Hall (7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; Monday through Thursday). Send or bring the necessary paperwork with the fee. Application forms can be downloaded from our website: www.fh.az.gov/pets

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WHO DO I CALL? The Code Enforcement Division staff serves to educate the public as well as to investigate and enforce violations of the Town Code, Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Ordinance. The majority of code enforcement activity is complaint driven, however staff is proactive when necessary, especially on any potential threats to public safety. Violations commonly addressed include: • Fire hazards • Storage of trailers, boats and RVs • Illegal or unpermitted signs • Green, stagnant swimming pools • Outdoor storage • Improper vehicle parking • Landscaping issues Prior to contacting Code Enforcement regarding a concern, residents are encouraged to consider the three C’s: • Communicate directly with the neighbor • Contact the HOA to discuss the concerns • Confirm the specific concern is a Town regulation violation

QUICK CONTACTS Town Hall – (480) 816-5100 Town Website – www.fh.az.gov Town Tourism and Events Website – www.experiencefountainhills.org

To ensure resident issues are routed to the correct authority in a timely manner, the following is a list of agencies to call for the most common concerns not handled by Code Enforcement: • Call 911 for any emergencies that involve an immediate threat to life or public safety • Fountain Hills (Rural Metro) Fire Department – (480) 816-5114 – Significant fire hazards, fire code violations, and related questions • Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (non-emergency number) – (602) 252-7840 – Barking dogs, street parking violations, and nighttime noise issues • Fountain Hills Building Safety Division – (480) 816-5177 – Suspected unpermitted building activity, building code violations and related questions • Fountain Hills Streets Division – (480) 816-5133 – Damaged street signs, pavement, sidewalks and other road condition issues • Maricopa County Animal Control – (602) 506-7387 – Loose dogs and dog bites (exception: if an aggressive bite dog is loose, call 911) • Fountain Hills Environmental Division – (480) 816-5180 – Town wash and water drainage • Fountain Hills Engineering Division – (480) 816-5122 – Drainage issues resulting from unpermitted grading and unpermitted encroachments within Town right-of-way • Fountain Hills Parks Division – (480) 816-5148 – Lighting, signs, animals and other matters • Maricopa County Air Quality Dept. – (602) 506-6010 – Dust control concerns • Arizona Game and Fish Dept. – (602) 942-3000 – Feeding wild animals and other wildlife Fountain Hills regulations are available 24/7 on the Town website www.fh.az.gov). Residents can view the entire text of the Town Code, Zoning Ordinance, and Subdivision Ordinance. Residents may contact the Code Enforcement Division by one of the following methods: • In person – Town offices are located at 16705 E. Avenue of the Fountains (second floor). Office hours are from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday. • Phone – Code Enforcement hotline at (480) 816-5193. • Internet – Use the RequestTracker system on the Town website – www.fh.az.gov/request-tracker

COMMON QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Is the fountain going to go off today?

Public Library – (602) 652-3000

Our World Famous Fountain runs every hour on the hour for 15 minutes from 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. everyday of the week! The Fountain is extended to its full height on special occasions, for everyday viewing the Fountain reaches a height of 330 feet! For more information on the fountain please visit: www.experiencefountainhills.org/thefountain

Community Services – (480) 816-5100

Why isn’t the fountain going on?

Sheriff’s Department – (602) 876-1869 Sheriff’s Dispatch – (602) 876-1011 911 Emergencies

Please remember that if the winds speeds in Fountain Park are above 10 miles an hour, the fountain pump may automatically shut off, temporarily prohibiting the fountain from coming on or reaching its normal height.

Fountain Hills Fire Department Station 1 – 480-837-9820 Station 2 – 480-837-0804 911 Emergencies

How do I get a Business License?

Community Center – (480) 816-5200 Activity Center – (480) 816-5226

Fountain Hills School District (480) 664-5000 Fountain Hills Municipal Court – (480) 816-5103 Municipalcourt@fh.az.gov www.fh.az.gov/155/Court Century Link – Repair for residential customers, (866) 642-0444; for business customers, (877) 744-4416. Cox Communications – (602) 277-1000 EPCOR Water – (480) 837-9522 Republic Services – Garbage removal. (602) 237-2078 Salt River Project – Electric utility. General information, (602) 236-8888; emergency (24 hours), (602) 236-8811 Sanitary District – (480) 837-9444 16941 E. Pepperwood Circle

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There are two easy ways to obtain a Fountain Hills Business License. You can either log on to our website: www.fh.az.gov/business-licenses or you can visit Town Hall to complete the application in person. For all Business License questions, please call (480) 816-5176. Congratulations on being a business owner!

Did you find a lost pet? Help a lost furry friend find their home by visiting our Town’s Lost Pet Page online, and be a part of reuniting a family with their pet! If you found a dog with a Fountain Hills license, enter the number on the tag for the owners contact phone number into the search bar on our website: www.fh.az.gov/pet-recovery

Where is the town’s lost and found location? You can visit our Community Center located at 13001 N La Montana Drive to inquire about lost and found articles.

Where can I find information on council meetings, speakers, and times? Town Council meetings are held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 5:30 p.m. in Town Hall Council Chambers. If you can’t make it to the meetings, you may live stream regular session meetings on our website at: www.fh.az.gov/live-stream and on local Channel 11.

Are reservations available for the park, ball fields, or tennis courts? To reserve a ball field, tennis court, or to make a reservation for any of our ramadas or park space; please call (480) 816-5100.

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Special Event Calendar FALL 2017 EVENTS Date(s)

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* October - April 30

Farmers Market and Art on the Ave

Thursday

11am - 5pm

Ave of the Fountains Plaza

November 23

Turkey Trot 5K Run & Fitness Walk

Thursday

7.30am

Downtown Fountain Hills

Thanksgiving Day Parade

Thursday

9am

Downtown Fountain Hills

Breakfast with Santa

Saturday

9am

Community Center

2

Town Holiday Celebration

Saturday

2 - 5pm

Community Center

2

Stroll in the Glow

Saturday

5pm

Ave of the Fountain Plaza

9

Caribbean Christmas 5K

Saturday

5 - 8pm

Ave of the Fountains Plaza

Event

Day(s)

Time

Location

Farmers Market and Art on the Ave

Thursday

11am - 5pm

Ave of the Fountains Plaza

Vermillion Events

Friday – Sunday

10am - 5pm

Ave of the Fountains Plaza

Magic Bird Festivals Goes Native

Friday – Sunday

10am - 5pm

Ave of the Fountains Plaza

Hashknife Pony Express

Thursday

3pm

Ave of the Fountains Plaza

10

Concours in the Hills

Saturday

10am - 2pm

Fountain Park

17

Concours in the Hills Rain Date

Saturday

10am - 2pm

Fountain Park

23-25

The Great Fair

Friday – Sunday

10am - 5pm

Ave of the Fountains Plaza

Memorial Disc Golf Championship

Wed – Sunday

9am - 2pm

Fountain Park

Mountain to Fountain

Sunday

5:30am - Noon

Fountain Park

10

Besant Mela Kite Festival

Saturday

10am - 2pm

Fountain Park

17

St. Patrick’s Day

Saturday

11am - 6pm

Fountain Park

23 December 2

SPRING 2018 EVENTS Date(s) * October - April 30 January 12-14 26-28 February 8

Feb 28 - March 4 March 4

Check for the most updated calendar at: experiencefountainhills.org

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