2022-2023 Eloy Business Directory & Community Guide

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2022-2023

Business Directory & Community Guide


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Table of Contents 1 ................ Eloy Board of Directors

Eloy Chamber Board of Directors

2 ................ Welcome to Eloy 2 ................ A Letter from Eloy Chamber’s President 3 ................ Community Development 4 ................ A Message from the Chief of Police

PRESIDENT Richard Rosales APS

VICE PRESIDENT Dr. Terri Acland

TREASURER Grace Lopez First Interstate Bank, Eloy

SECRETARY Lori Davis-Hill Banner Health Casa Grande

FORMER PRESIDENT

Bill Pitman

MEMBER Adrian Sanchez

MEMBER Dan Snyder Bearings & Lubes Consulting, LLC

MEMBER Susan Stephensen Arizona State University

MEMBER Sylvia G. Rodriguez Ex Officio City Council

5 ................ A nnual Community Award Winners 8 ................ History of Eloy 12 .............. Eloy Schools 15 .............. Eloy Churches 16 .............. Parks & Recreation 18 .............. Skydive Arizona 19 .............. Picacho Peak State Park 20 .............. R ooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch 21 .............. Important Numbers 22 .............. Statistics 23 .............. Community Events 24 .............. Alphabetical Membership Directory

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32 .............. Categorical Membership Directory 40 .............. Advertiser Index

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Every effort is made to make this publication as accurate as possible. The Eloy Chamber of Commerce, Casa Grande Valley Newspapers Inc. & affiliated companies (collectively, the “Publishers”) will assume no responsibility for errors, changes, representations or omissions. No portion of this publication may be reproduced in any way without the express written permission of the Publishers. Users of this publication are encouraged to verify all data and information of material interest to the user. The Publishers make no endorsement, representation or warranty regarding any goods or services advertised in this publication. Unless otherwise noted, all images are courtesy of the Eloy Chamber of Commerce. Advertisements are provided by the subject companies and the Publishers shall not be responsible or liable for any inaccuracy, omission or infringement of any third party’s rights therein, or for personal injury or any other damage or injury whatsoever. Copyright 2022 - 2023. All rights reserved. Cover Photo: Oscar Perez/PinalCentral, Inside Photos: David Church, Maria Vasquez, Oscar Perez, Staff Photos/PinalCentral; Submitted Photos 1 ELOYCHAMBER.COM


Welcome to Eloy Dear Chamber Members and Prospective Members, 2022 has brought big changes and new leadership to your local Chamber of Commerce. My name is Andrew Rodriguez and I am the new Executive Director of the Eloy Chamber of Commerce. This area is my home and I am very proud to have the opportunity to help contribute to its success and growth as ANDREW RODRIGUEZ the new Director for the local Chamber EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR of Commerce. My background is in Business, Marketing, Music Management, and Public Management. Having spent over a decade working with small businesses, I’m excited to leverage the knowledge and experience I’ve gained during that time to help and support the many great Chamber businesses here in Eloy! This past year was one of the most challenging years on record. Navigating the constantly shifting information, predictions, and regulations took its toll on all of us. As we officially put 2021 behind us, the Chamber with new leadership and renewed energy is looking forward with optimism towards a bright future for our local business community. To help us start down that path some of my goals for the Chamber this year are: Pivot the Chamber to be more Focused on Supporting Businesses and Economic Development: With other organizations focused on promoting tourism and events in our area, the Eloy Chamber of Commerce can focus more of its efforts on economic development and connecting businesses with resources they need to grow and thrive.

New Website (Already in Progress): A complete redesign of the website is already underway with a cleaner more user-friendly platform. The new website will provide more options to help promote our many great Chamber members and help customers more easily connect with them when they come to the chamber site looking for recommendations of reputable businesses in our area. More Active Civic Engagement and Business Advocacy: One of the primary benefits of being a Chamber member is having an ally that will stay on top of the local, regional and state issues which could impact your business, keep you informed and advocate on your behalf when necessary. By taking a more active approach to surveying member businesses and meeting with stakeholders, the Eloy Chamber can become the collective voice of business in Pinal County that together has a greater ability to influence public policy and government affairs. I would love the opportunity to meet with you in-person, learn more about your business needs and discuss how I can help you leverage Chamber membership to help your business succeed! Please give me a call at 520-466-3411 or email me at andrew@eloychamber.com to set up a time that works good for you. If you are already an Eloy Chamber Member THANK YOU! If you aren’t a member yet, please consider joining! Together we can build something GREAT for our local business community! I look forward to working with you all, and if there is anything the Chamber can support you or your business with, please don’t hesitate to contact me! Thanks, Andrew Rodriguez Executive Director - Eloy Chamber of Commerce

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he Eloy Chamber of Commerce understands that in order to have vibrant economic development and thriving businesses, you must first have a strong and supportive community. We are grateful for the partnerships with Eloy leaders, business owners, educators, and citizens who realize that together we share in the responsibility of creating economic success, growth, stability, jobs, housing and happiness within our city. The Eloy Chamber of Commerce has been through a transformation RICHARD ROSALES to better serve our members and the ELOY CHAMBER PRESIDENT community. The Chamber’s goal is to work towards improving the quality of life for all through the support of the membership with events, programs, training, and networking opportunities. Our events are focused on bringing more traffic to downtown Eloy, which will 2

help fill the vacant buildings on Main and support the current businesses in Eloy. The events will also provide opportunities to grow networks and gain new insights to address the ever-changing challenges we all face in business today. As the next Chamber President, I am honored to work alongside our diverse and dedicated Board of Directors who all share the same vision for Eloy. We strive to achieve success in the areas of business retention, business expansion, housing and retail growth, and an overall healthy community environment. If you are not a member of the Eloy Chamber of Commerce, please consider joining us today. Your membership will benefit your business as well as the community! Sincerely, Richard Rosales Chamber President - Eloy Chamber of Commerce

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Community Development Eloy Community Development Department: Your partner for Business Success in Eloy!

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he Eloy Community Development Department is ready to partner with you for all of your development questions and needs. Whether you are renovating an existing space or building new, we have seven staff members within four divisions (Building Safety, Code Compliance, Planning & Zoning, and Economic Development) here to help answer questions and guide you through the process. We can assist with design guidance while also reviewing and approving building permits, subdivision plat applications, provide inspections for new and revitalized building construction, administer the Property Maintenance Code, as well as help with rezoning and review of general plan amendments. In addition, the Department also provides staff support to the Planning & Zoning Commission, Board of Adjustment, Building Code Board of Appeals and Revitalization Commission. Community Development is committed to providing a high level of service to citizens and businesses, protecting the community’s assets, and implementing the Mayor and Council’s vision for a more prosperous city. We’re here to help, so please contact us before you start your journey into the purchase of real estate, rehabilitation of an existing building or new construction of a home or business. We can provide you with important information that saves both time and money.

THE ELOY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT IS CURRENTLY WORKING ON SEVERAL KEY PROJECTS: •A major general plan amendment for a portion of the City’s planning area located between SR-87 and the Picacho Mountains, and generally north of Interstate 10. • The formation of a Revitalization District that would be located north and east of the Downtown Area as a mechanism to foster the extension of water and sewer service that will provide catalysts for new development in Eloy. • Working closely with several potential employers who have indicated preliminary interest in locating in Eloy. These would augment our recent locates including National Gypsum, Owens Corning, Vext Science and Circle K.

redevelopment of our Downtown Area, generally bounded by Battaglia Road on the north, Interstate 10 on the south, Tryon Avenue on the east, and Eleven Mile Corner Road on the west. • Frontier Street Trees - Construction documents have been prepared to locate trees and shrubs on the south side of Frontier Street, between Myers Street and Sunshine Boulevard. The City is evaluating bids to implement this design. • Disposition of 21 single family lots owned by the City, located on Turquoise and Tamarax Drives in the Toltec area. • Complete and adopt the Airpark Master Plan for the area surrounding the Eloy Municipal Airport. • Continue to provide information to all inquiries related to planning and zoning activities. Staff regularly responds to more than 1,000 requests for technical information related to planning, zoning, platting, solar, and general economic development related inquiries, etc. • Continue to keep up with the review of plats and plot plans associated with building permit approval. A total of 595 permits, including a total of 270 new residential building permits, without increasing City staff were approved this past year. • Continue to keep the City clean and safe. A total of 154 code compliance cases were opened and a total of 1,048 cases were closed for a total of 1,202 cases between our two staff members this past year.

•D owntown Master Plan to guide the revitalization and

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A Message From The Chief of Police Dear Citizens of Eloy, As your Chief of Police, I am honored to serve alongside the men and women of the Eloy Police Department. The sworn officers and civilian employees of the Eloy Police Department are a dedicated group committed to safeguarding the lives and property of the citizens of Eloy. Our team takes pride in providing the best community policing to the citizens that live, work, recreate and visit CHRIS VASQUEZ our city. ELOY POLICE CHIEF The City of Eloy is experiencing tremendous growth in population along with new businesses and industries. To that end, we will continue to increase our community outreach with the use of social media. Our Facebook page has grown from 2,000 to 6,600 followers. Also, our smartphone app is available on iTunes and Google Play. These two programs helps us in reaching our community by providing information on crimes by requesting information leading to identification and arrest of suspects and provide crime prevention tips. We at the Eloy Police Department partner with other LE agencies and service organizations in Eloy. Currently we partner with the following agencies to enhance law enforcement in Eloy and Pinal County:

• Pinal County Regional Narcotic Task Force • Pinal County Regional SWAT with a negotiator • Casa Grande Police Department in intelligence sharing • Phoenix Police Department & U.S. Secret Service with internet crimes against children • Pinal County Regional Critical Accident Investigation Team • Pinal Hispanic Council • CAHRA • Toltec Elementary School District Our goal is to achieve Excellence, possess Integrity and have Transparency to enhance the quality of life throughout our City knowing those we serve deserve no less. These efforts, along with the help from citizens, the City of Eloy has a relatively low crime rate. The Eloy Policy Department will continue to search for innovative programs and partnerships to ensure the crime rate continues to decline. Sincerely, Chris Vasquez, Police Chief

President candidate John F. Kennedy visited Eloy during his campaign.

ELOY OPENED A NEW BUILDING FOR ITS POLICE DEPARTMENT ON MAIN STREET IN THE SUMMER OF 2021.

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Annual Community Award Winners The Eloy Chamber of Commerce recognized four individuals and one company at its 2022 annual awards banquet held at Robson Ranch for all the hard work they have given to Eloy. FIRST RESPONDER AWARD

GOOD NEIGHBOR AWARD

Corporal Martinez

Cindy Yates

Presented to individual who, with his or her superior innovative and/or efforts, goes above and beyond to connect and serve the community.

A good neighbor is a person who has contributed back to the community by volunteering, donating services or doing good deeds throughout the year.

Martinez Corporal Martinez was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. He began his law enforcement career in November of 2018. The Eloy Police Department is Corporal Martinez’s first law enforcement agency. He was recruited from the Glendale Law Enforcement Training Academy.

Cindy has worked as the Executive Director of the Eloy Visitor Center for more than ten years, and has since led the visitor center to become one of the best in Arizona. When visitors arrive at the center they are sure to be greeted like family. Though Cindy has retired from her position at the Eloy Visitor Center, she has helped put Eloy on the map!

CPL. SAMUEL MARTINEZ, LEFT, ACCEPTS THE FIRST RESPONDER AWARD FROM BILL PITMAN, RETIRED POLICE CHIEF AND CHAMBER BOARD MEMBER, IN MARCH 2022 AT THE ELOY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BANQUET AT ROBSON RANCH.

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Annual Community Award Winners PRIDE AWARD

Harvey Krauss

(Eloy Municipal Employee) Presented to a (City of Eloy Employee, Eloy Police Department / Eloy Fire District) who has given service to the City of Eloy. Harvey served as the Eloy City Manager from April 2014 to November 2021. Prior to being City Manager, Harvey served as Interim City Manager from December 2013 to April 2014 and as Community Development Director for the City of Eloy.

for the growth and betterment of the Chamber, the city, and the Eloy area.

service, has promoted our community and ideas with sincere enthusiasm.

Great Western Bank has been a banking institution in the City of Eloy since 1949. Grace Lopez is the current bank manager and has been involved in many community events. The Eloy branch is unselfish in their giving to the community and is always willing to help the citizens of Eloy in both their banking and personal needs.

Angela and her husband permanently moved to Arizona in June 2016 after living their entire lives in Connecticut. She loves to volunteer anytime that she can. For two years she has volunteered at the Heart of Eloy where she met the great people of Eloy and learned the history of her new hometown. She has also volunteered at Bow Wow Meow Store in Casa Grande, assisted Save Our Troops Golf Tournaments at Robson Ranch, functioned as an Ambassador at the Sales Office and has hosted dinners for preferred guests that were inquiring about moving to Arizona.

SPOKE AWARD

Angela Meade

H.B. CHRISTY AWARD

Great Western Bank Eloy Branch Presented to the Chamber Business Member contributing above and beyond

Presented to a Chamber Member who has given service to the Eloy Chamber, has actively participated to the fullest ability, has been properly oriented as to the intent and purpose of the Chamber of Commerce movement, has acquired and shown knowledge of the community, pride and

Eloy has a museum and visitor center, both are at 3725 N. Camelot St., Eloy: Santa Cruz Valley Historic Museum & Sunland Visitor Center

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History Of Eloy

he land upon which Eloy is situated has long been inhabited. The first people to live in the region were the Hohokam Indians, believed to be ancestors of the contemporary Pima and Papago tribes. They settled this area prior to the 15th century. Later during the 15th century, a Jesuit priest named Fray Marcos de Niza, led the Spaniards through this area. In 1694, another Jesuit priest named Father Kino came through this area. When building a railroad from San Francisco to Tucson, the Southern Pacific Railroad, reached Yuma in 1878. After a short delay they reached Maricopa in April 1897. Another stoppage in work occurred due to disputes between Chinese laborers and the railroad company, but work was eventually resumed and in early 1880 tracks were laid through Casa Grande and the area known as Eloy. The railroad reached Tucson in March 1880. Why the railroad named a section “Eloy” has not yet been

ascertained. According to unfounded, local legend, someone connected with the railroad took one look at the surrounding barren waste land and named the location “Alofi”, supposedly the Spanish pronunciation of the Biblical quotation, “Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?” - the meaning of this being: “My God, My God, why hast thou forsaken me?”. As late as 1918, there was no town or settlement of any kind in the vicinity of Eloy, but merely a section of land belonging to the railroad bearing the name “Eloy”. Eloy did not appear on General Land Office maps until 1921. Late in 1918, W.L. Bernard, J.E. Myers and John Alsdorf bought a one-half mile square section of land from a man named Frank Trekell to establish a town-site. The three men purchased the east half of the section named Eloy and drilled a well. They subdivided the area and called the proposed development Cotton City, which

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History of Eloy soon had an administration building and the first store owned by The great number of people coming to Eloy during the harvest John Alsdorf. The same men bought land west of Eloy and divided season not only brought great economic prosperity, but also it into tracts for growing cotton. considerable crime. On Saturday afternoons and evenings, An application was made for a post office at Cotton City, but the business establishments could not handle the influx in business. name was rejected in favor of “Eloy” to maintain routing simplicity Furthermore, the good citizens of the community became afraid for since the railroad carried the mail and already had the name, their safety; it wasn’t healthy for a woman to walk the main streets “Eloy”, on its records. The first post office for Eloy was established on alone on a Saturday night in harvest season. May 1, 1919, and the first Postmaster was George L. Stronach. It is this which gave Eloy a notorious name during the early days. For a couple of years (1920-1922), But this is true of any “boom” town and Eloy lingered and almost died. After Eloy was no exception. The crime found completing its task of laying out lots and in Eloy was not unlike that found in other only finding a few takers, the Cotton City farming areas with similar conditions. Land and Building company faded into The amount of crime found in Eloy can oblivion. During this period nearly the only be attributed to two main reasons: first, permanent residents were John Alsdorf the workers were making above-average and the postmaster. wages and could spend more money The area around Eloy did not appear to on liquor and gambling. This alone often be well-suited for agriculture, but with the lead to serious criminal ends. The second reason for the amount of crime found in advent of deeper water wells and deeper Eloy was due to the type of people whom plowing it soon became very productive. migrated to the area during the harvest The main crops were originally cotton, but season. Most of these people had little or soon lettuce also thrived in the area. While no education. he still served, Alsdorf installed the first National publications and writers municipal water system. starting calling Eloy “The Toughest Town With the completion of the highway in the West” and the “Toughest Town in through Eloy in 1928-29, Eloy no longer was the United States.” The crime in Eloy was an isolated area with a great distance at times greatly over-exaggerated and between itself and the trade centers of greatly over-emphasized. This took place Phoenix and Tucson. This rapid means in the early 1940’s. of transportation to market was another The real beginning of progress for Eloy factor in the stimulation of agricultural was in 1948 with the incorporation of the endeavors. city. The government of the town had The abundance of agriculture been handled at various town meetings developed in the area, naturally brought from time to time and the decision was in great numbers of workers as both reached at a general basis. Legally, the cotton and lettuce required a tremendous government of the town was entrusted amount of manual labor. There is no the Pinal County Board of Supervisors actual account of what the change in MEMBERS OF THE ELOY CITY COUNCIL AND RESIDENTS and they would usually agree with the population from established residents DISCUSSING PLANS FOR ELOY’S DOWNTOWN AND MAIN and transients was in Eloy’s early days, ideas and decisions voted on at the city STREET AREA but, as nearly as can be estimated, the meetings. It was agreed by many of the population during harvest season would sometimes increase leaders of the community that more progress could be made if the from normal of about one thousand to as high as ten or fifteen city was incorporated. Petitions were held December 6, 1949. The thousand. approximate population at the time was 2,500 and of this number

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Eloy’s population during harvest season would sometimes increase from a normal of about 1,000 to as high as 10,000 or 15,000!

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307 voted under the requirements of being a resident and property owner. The final vote was 257 for incorporation and 50 opposed. The following were elected and subsequently appointed by the Pinal County Board of Supervisors as the first city council: Mayor Harry Fabricant, co-owner of Fab’s Department Store; Frank Hale, owner of Hale’s Oil Co.; E.T. Fowler, owner of Fowlers Food Market and motel operator; George Hodges, owner of Hodges Pharmacy; Jack Ralston, farmer and manager of Allison Engine Distributor; S.L. Robinson, owner of Robinson Hotel, and Glen Hathcok. On January 25, 1950, a special census was conducted to enable the fledging community to receive the state taxes available to incorporated communities. The census found that, with a population of 4,770, Eloy has a larger population than any other city in Pinal County. A combination city hall-county building was constructed in 1952, with the seat of government contained for the first time in one location. That same year the council appointed the first city manager, Robert C. Sartain, with Harold C. Jones superintendent of city streets. Sartain served as city manager until 1954, then Jones was appointed city manager. An Arizona Daily Star article dated June 2, 1957 describes the community of 4,5000 as having 125 businesses employing 750 people with and annual sales of approximately six million. Some of the streets were paved and U.S. 80 had been rebuilt into a modern, four-lane divided highway. The Police Department employed seven 10

uniformed patrolmen and the city had recently adopted a zoning ordinance to insure orderly growth. The Chamber of Commerce had recently hired its first manager, David M. Clark, and published a brochure describing the community in an effort to entice new industry. The 1960’s brought an increased population to Eloy as it grow to house 6,500 residents. By the mid-sixties, there were twenty churches, a medical and dental clinic, eight policemen and a twenty-six man volunteer fire department. The city owned and operated its water and sewer system, and had erected municipal buildings which included a public library. In 1965, the City of Eloy annexed the Toltec area which had been originated by the Golden Valley Land Company as a planned community. This annexation made Eloy a city of more than twelve square miles and helped increase the official population figure. In the late 1980’s an economic development division was added the Eloy Chamber of Commerce through awarding of the Rural Economic Development Initiative through the Arizona Department of Commerce. Being located 58 miles from Phoenix or Tucson with mainline Southern Pacific Rail service, two interstates (10 & 8) nearby and an industrial-zoned corridor between the state end interstate highways, Eloy now considers itself...

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loy Elementary is a multicultural district serving approximately 1,000 students. Our students are educated throughout three neighborhood elementary schools in the heart of Eloy, Arizona. Eloy is midway between Phoenix and Tucson and provides a rural setting for life and learning. The schools in Eloy Elementary School District provide instruction in a core curriculum including reading, language arts, mathematics, science and social studies. Kindergarten through third-grade students attend Curiel Primary School. EESD offers full-day kindergarten to all students. We also offer a preschool program. EESD also offers tutoring and early risers as programs to help students succeed. Curiel Primary was awarded a 21st Century Grant to assist in providing enrichment and intervention programs for our students. Enrichment programs include newspaper, music, Reader’s Theater, dance, virtual field trips and many others. Fourth-through-sixth-grade students attend Eloy Intermediate School. Eloy Intermediate School has implemented the use of Samsung Smart Technology in all of its classrooms. Eloy

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ur school district, as a union high school district, serves students that are promoted from three elementary school districts 900 NORTH MAIN STREET, ELOY, AZ 85131 – Eloy Elementary, Picacho (520) 466-2220 Elementary and Red Rock Elementary. We are a small high school district with approximately 350 students in grades 9 through 12. The district offers the full range of academic programs for college prep, career and technical, gifted, English language learners, special education and alternative educational services. We maintain an excellent staff that is dedicated to preparing students to successfully meet the academic and career-based standards demanded in the 21st century by creating a school environment that is both challenging and nurturing. Our mission statement is as follows: Santa Cruz Valley Union High School, in partnership with our parents and community, is committed to offering ongoing academic excellence through: Shaping students’ futures by helping them to be Academically successful. Nurturing students, yet Teaching them to be Accountable for their decisions.

SANTA CRUZ VALLEY UNION HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT THURSDAY. MAY 19, 2022 IN ELOY.

Creating a safe environment of Respect for self and others. United in our commitment to help students develop a Zeal for life-long learning. We are proud of our high ideals and expectations from the students, staff, parents and community.

Villa Oasis school was once a hotel turned school for world diplomat’s children.

Other Schools in Eloy: ELOY HEAD START

VILLA OASIS SCHOOL

114 E. 3rd Street / P.O. Box 293

INTERSCHOLASTIC CENTER FOR

Eloy, AZ 85131

EDUCATION

Phone: 520.466.7189

3740 N. Toltec Road

Fax: 520.466.7006

Eloy, AZ 85131 520.450.4450

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3720 N. Marsh St. / P.O. Box 74

CHICANOS POR LA CAUSA (CPLC)

Eloy, AZ 85131

MIGRANT & SEASONAL

Phone: 520.466.4036

201 N. Sunshine Blvd. / PO Box 815

Fax: 520.466.4677

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Eloy Churches Eloy hosted a Grand Prix which was one out of five in world. ELOY LIGHT PARADE IS HELD ANNUALLY ON MAIN STREET.

ARIZONA CITY CENTRAL LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA) 12921 S. Sunland Gin Rd. 520.466.5024 EVANGELICAL METHODIST CHURCH 14350 Overfield Rd. P.O. Box 267 520.705.1264 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 13955 S. Sunland Gin Rd. 520.466.5458 FREEDOM ASSEMBLY 13325 S. Tacna Rd. 520.494.8292 GOLDEN HARVEST COMMUNITY CHURCH 13044 S. Sunland Gin Rd. 520.466.7849

HEAVEN’S VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH 12945 S. San Simon Rd. 520.466.9602

FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH 107 W. Sixth St. 520.466.7460

LIVING HOPE COMMUNITY CHURCH 13270 S. Sunland Gin Rd. 520.466.7255

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF ELOY 605 N. Santa Cruz Blvd. 520.466.3445

ELOY DESERT ROSE BAHA’I INSTITUTE 1950 W. William Sears Dr. 520.466.7961 ELOY APOSTOLIC ASSEMBLY 424 E. Frontier St. Se Habla Español 520.208.6915

MINISTRY OF EVANGELISM OUTREACH CHURCH 323 N. Main Street 520.582.7693 ROCK SPRINGS CHURCH 5687 N. Robson Blvd., 520.709.1005 ST. HELEN OF THE CROSS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 205 W. Eighth St. 520.466.7258

PICACHO FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 6395 E. Monitor St. 520.466.2977

TOLTEC ESTRELLA COMMUNITY CHURCH Evangelical Methodist 3005 W. Madera Drive 520.466.7025 520.466.4988 ROCK OF LIVING WATERS ROCA DE AGUA VIVA 3505 N. Hohokam Dr. 520.466.7865 520.431.0046

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Parks & Recreation

Mission Statement

The City of Eloy Community Services Department develops and maintains quality parks and facilities; preserves open/natural spaces; and provides recreational programs and services, which enhance the physical, social and emotional well-being of all Eloy residents. The employees of this department work diligently to create programs that meet the diverse needs of the community. These activities provide Eloy citizens quality parks, facilities, and recreational services in a safe, cost-effective manner. If there is a specific activity/program that you would like to see offered, please contact the Community Services Department with your suggestions. For more information or to register for any of our programs, stop by or call: ADMIN OFFICE: Eloy Community Services Department 100 E. 7th Street, Eloy, AZ 85131 Phone: 520.466.7351 Fax: 520.464.1426 Email: eloyrec@eloyaz.gov Website: www.eloyaz.gov

MINI-PARKS ANITA PARK W. 8th and Phoenix St. Amenities: picnic benches, grass area and playground equipment MADDOX PARK N. Meyers Blvd. and Curiel St. Amenities: grass area and picnic benches FIRE STATION PARK 3645 W. Shedd Rd. Amenities: picnic area, playground and half-court basketball area SENIOR CENTER PARK 3650 W. Shedd Rd. Amenities: picnic area, walking path, shuffle board and grass area CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PARK 305 N. Stuart Blvd. Amenities: picnic area NORTH TOLTEC PARK 3065 N. San Tan Vista Dr. Amenities: picnic area, playground equipment and half-court basketball CENTRAL PARK 601 N. Main St. Amenities: grass field, park benches, barbecue grill and gazebo VETERAN’S PARK 308 N. Main St. Amenities: picnic benches, water feature, shaded area

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NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS SHUMWAY (NORTH) PARK 600 W. 14th St. Amenities: 3.2 acres of park area including baseball diamond, concession stand, picnic area, playground equipment and basketball courts TREKELL PARK 501 W. 3rd Pl. Amenities: 3.6 acres of park area including multipurpose grass area, picnic area and barbecue grills, playground equipment and lit basketball courts ELOY MEMORIAL PARK 5839 E. Milligan Rd. Amenities: surrounded by lush grass, pine and cypress trees this 20-acre cemetery serves as the resting place for the community’s departed. Official hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. JONES PARK 421 E. 1st St. Amenities: the hub of Eloy’s recreation activities is the home of the community’s aquatic center equipped with two swimming pools, a splash pad, water slide and shade structure. In addition, Jones Park features a 4,900-square-foot “nonsupervised” skate park designed for skaters of all skill levels. This park is also home to Eloy Little League. Additional amenities: ballfield, concession stands and restrooms, playground equipment, grass area and shade structures.


Parks & Recreation AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM

RECREATION CENTERS

The Recreation Division’s after-school program is at Curiel Elementary School and operates nine months out of the year, Monday-Friday from 2:30 to 6 p.m. in conjunction with the Elementary School District calendar. The program provides children kindergarten through sixth grade with after-school activities including homework assistance, arts and crafts, games, exercise and an afternoon snack. Participation remains consistent throughout the year with approximately 25 students daily.

TROY THOMAS CENTER 501 W. 3rd Pl. This 4,300-square-foot recreation facility offers programs and classes for preschoolers, youth, teens and adults. The 2,300-square-foot multipurpose room is equipped with a kitchen and seats approximately 200 people. This facility can be used for plays, concerts, meetings and receptions upon request. TOLTEC COMMUNITY CENTER 3650 W. Shedd Rd. This 3,800-square-foot recreation center offers programs for youth and adults and is home to the local senior citizen program and Zumba fitness. Equipped with a kitchen, furniture and a 1,500-squarefoot assembly hall, this facility is ideal for meetings and community gatherings.

SENIOR ACTIVITIES The Community Services Department continues to provide building accommodations and support services at the Community’s Senior Center at 3650 W. Shedd Rd. in Toltec. The Center hours of operation are Monday–Thursday, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

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ELOY RECREATION CENTER 100 E. 7th St. The Eloy Recreation Center (ERC) serves as home to the administration offices of the Parks & Recreation Department. Throughout the year, the ERC offers a wide variety of programming for all ages engaging guests through art, dance music and more. With meeting space for groups of up to 20 people, consider the Eloy Recreation Center your next location.

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Skydive Arizona S

kydive Arizona™ is located in the heart of the scenic Sonoran Desert and lies midway between Arizona’s two largest cities, Phoenix and Tucson. Drop zone founders Larry and Liliane Hill started in the skydiving business at a gravel airstrip north of Phoenix with a single Cessna 182 in January of 1978. As their operation grew, it became apparent they would need more space. In 1986 they moved to Coolidge, Arizona to start Skydive Arizona™. Soon the drop zone had grown to four Cessnas, four Beeches, and two DC-3s. In 1990 Skydive Arizona™ obtained its first turbine airplane, a Westwind Beech. Business continued to grow and a new location was sought out that would allow for further expansion. Work began on the new DZ at Eloy (just 10 miles from Coolidge) in February of 1991, and the new facility opened for business in April of 1991. Skydivers soon learned that the new Skydive Arizona™ was unlike any other drop zone in the world. Although close to major highways, it is surrounded by flat, uninhabited land for miles in every direction. Visitors remark on the oasis like appearance of the center, which has plenty of grass, a swimming pool, and trees in the midst of an otherwise barren desert. It takes more than just great facilities to put thousands of skydivers a year in the air efficiently and safely. No other skydiving center has the quality or quantity of aircraft found at Skydive Arizona™. The fleet is led by 5 Super Otters and 7 Skyvans, each capable of taking twenty three skydivers to 13,000 feet.

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Picacho Peak State Park I

t is hard to miss the prominent 1,500-foot peak of Picacho Peak State Park west of I-10. Enjoy the view as you hike the trails winding up the peak and, often in the spring, overlook a sea of wildflowers. The park and surrounding area are known for their unique geological significance, outstanding and varied desert growth and historical importance. The unique shape has been used as a landmark by travelers since prehistoric times. One of the first recordings was in the 1700s by the Anza Expedition as it passed through the area. Picacho Peak is not a volcanic cone but is part of a volcanic flow that has been partially eroded away. It has long been known for its spring display of wildflowers. If rains come at the right times in the winter, the spring will bring an explosion of gold to the bajadas of the mountain that appear as a tapestry of color. The wildflowers are predominantly Mexican Gold Poppies. The park offers an abundance of hiking opportunities from gentle desert strolls to the formidable Hunter Trail ascending to the summit of Picacho Peak. Before you hike, be prepared with enough water and proper footwear as the trails are steep and challenging. In addition to hiking, there is a gift shop and dayuse ramadas. Overnight camping is available featuring electrical hookups, a dump station, restrooms and showers, and Wi-Fi is available.

PICACHO PEAK STATE PARK HAS A SEA OF WILDFLOWERS THAT BLOOM IN LATE SPRING.

Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner Daily Specials Outdoor Seating Full Bar, Billiards, Big Screen TVs Kitchen Open Daily 7am-9pm Takeout Available Located at Skydive Arizona Menu on Facebook

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Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch R

ooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch is a three-generation familyowned-and-operated working ostrich ranch at the base of beautiful Picacho Peak. Open to the public since 1999, when just ostrich were fed, nowadays there are lots of critters to feed! Joining the ostrich are miniature Sicilian donkeys, Nigerian dwarf goats, fallow deer, prairie dogs, Peking ducks, boar goats and rainbow lorikeets. We also have a unique Goat Penthouse feeding station. The ranch has been featured on “Larry the Cable Guy — Only in America”, “Extreme Roadside Attractions” and “Amazing Animals”. On Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, monster truck tours are available.

Contrary to popular belief, ostriches do not bury their heads in the sand: the myth probably originates from the bird’s defensive behavior of lying low at the approach of trouble and pressing their long necks to the ground in an attempt to become less visible.

PEOPLE FROM ALL OVER COME TO VISIT THE ROOSTER COGBURN OSTRICH RANCH.

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Important Numbers ANIMAL CONTROL 520.509.3555

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 520.466.4939

RECREATION DEPARTMENT 520.466.7351

CITY HALL 520.466.9201

ELOY PARKS & RECREATION DEPT. 520.466.7351

SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION 877.860.6020

POLICE DEPARTMENT 520.466.7342 EMERGENCY 911

ELOY SENIOR CENTER 520.466.3166

SANTA CRUZ PUBLIC LIBRARY 502.466.3814

FIRE DISTRICT 520.466.3544

SUNLAND VISITOR CENTER 520.466.3007

FINANCE DEPARTMENT 520.466.3401

WATER/WASTE WATER 520.466.1392

LEGAL DEPARTMENT 520.466.7570

USPS/ELOY POST OFFICE 520.466.3451

ANIMAL CONTROL 520.466.4152 APS 520.421.8400 CAHRA 520.466.1112 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 520.466.3411 CITY OF ELOY UTILITY BILLING 520.464.3423

PUBLIC WORKS 520.466.3082 PINAL HISPANIC COUNCIL 520.466.7765

For Eloy Chamber partner business numbers, please refer to the directories located in the final pages of this guide.

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Statistics Types of Language Spoken at Home in Eloy ENGLISH ONLY | 58.0% SPANISH | 38.2% OTHER INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGES | 0.9%

ELOY CITY STATS

ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER LANGUAGES | 1.3% OTHER LANGUAGES | 1.5%

15,635 TOTAL POPULATION

Population by Citizenship Status In Eloy NATURALIZED U.S. CITIZEN | 19.1% NOT A U.S. CITIZEN | 80.9%

population by age range in eloy UNDER 5 YEARS | 3.6%

21.4% EMPLOYMENT RATE

4,213 TOTAL HOUSE UNITS

UNDER 18 YEARS | 12.4% 18 YEARS AND OVER | 87.6% 65 YEARS AND OVER | 10.8%

Population by Professions in Eloy AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY, FISHING & HUNTING, MINING | 8.3%

3,411 TOTAL HOUSEHOLDS

8,787 HISPANIC OR LATINO (OF ANY RACE)

CONSTRUCTION | 7.2% MANUFACTURING | 12.8% WHOLESALE TRADE | 1.8% RETAIL TRADE | 8.9%

81% WITH HEALTH CARE COVERAGE

TRANSPORTATION, WAREHOUSING, UTILITIES | 3.9% INFORMATION | 0.3% FINANCE, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE | 2.6% PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, MANAGEMENT, ADMINISTRATION, WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICES | 7.9% EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, HEALTH CARE, SOCIAL ASSISTANCE | 15.5% ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT, RECREATION, ACCOMMODATION, FOOD SERVICES | 14.4% OTHER SERVICES EXCEPT PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION | 1.6% PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION | 15.4%

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$37,405 MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

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Alphabetical Membership Directory A A.C. SANITATION SERVICE, LLC 13350 Sunland Gin Rd. P.O. Box 207 Arizona City, AZ 85123 520.466.6001 ADAM PITMAN 1165 E. Jardin Ave. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.840.0485 AGAINST ABUSE, INC. P.O. Box 10733 Casa Grande, AZ 85130 520.836.1239 AHAYAH LIVING & RECOVERY CENTER P.O. Box 27094 Phoenix, AZ 85061 520.379.1245

AKA BREAD CO P.O. Box 4396 Arizona City, AZ 85123 480.787.7807

ARIZONA@WORK 820 E. Cottonwood Ln., Bldg. E. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.866.3603

ASU POLYTECHNIC CAMPUS 6027 S. Sagewood St., #101 Mesa, AZ 85212 480.727.1397

ALICE PENNER - RE/MAX A BAR Z REALTY 13590 S. Sunland Gin Rd. P.O. Box 707 Arizona City, AZ 85123 520.466.5350

ARIZONA CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 13640 S. Sunland Gin Rd. Arizona City, AZ 85123 520.466.5141

AZ NEW HORIZON REALTY 3860 N. Pinal Ave. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.1001

ALLUVION COMMUNICATIONS 7065 W. Allison Rd. Chandler, AZ 85226 480.639.1990 ARIZONA@WORK PINAL COUNTY ADULT AND DISLOCATED WORKER PROGRAM 820 E. Cottonwood Ln., Bldg. E. Casa Grande, AZ 520.866.3627

ARIZONA CITY PEST CONTROL 1664 E. Florence Blvd. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.705.8574 ARIZONA PUBLIC SERVICE (APS) Casa Grande, AZ 85122 800.253.9405 ASHLAND GROUP LLC 1050 E. River Rd., Suite 300 Tucson, AZ 85718

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B BANNER CASA GRANDE MEDICAL CENTER 1800 E. Florence Blvd. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.421.7143 BANNER CASA GRANDE ORTHOPEDICS 1811 E. McMurray Blvd. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.374.6520


BANNER CASA GRANDE URGENT CARE 1676 E. McMurray Blvd. #1 Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.316.0688 BANNER FAMILY MEDICINE 1811 E. McMurray Blvd. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.374.6530 BEARINGS & LUBE CONSULTING, LLC 5254 N. Arrowhead Dr. Eloy, AZ 85131 610.659.1466 BENT PROP SALOON 4828 N. Taylor Rd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.9268 BILL PITMAN 4115 N. Golden St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.251.2988

BLOSSOM DIGITAL MARKETING 408 N. Sacaton St., Suite A Casa Grande AZ, 85122 520.423.8671 BRIDGESTONE AMERICAS, INC. 4140 W. Harmon Rd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.494.3682 BROWN’S AUTO BODY 324 W. Frontier Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7288

C CASA GRANDE VALLEY NEWSPAPERS INC. 200 W. 2nd St. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.7461 CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE 8470 N. Overfield Rd. Coolidge, AZ 85128 520.426.4204

CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER (SBDC) 540 N. Camino Mercado, Ste. 1 Casa Grande, AZ 85122-8751 520.494.6612 CENTRAL ARIZONA IRRIGATION & DRAINAGE DISTRICT 231 S. Sunshine Blvd Eloy, AZ 85131 P.O. Box 605 520.466.7336 CENTRAL ARIZONA PROJECT 23636 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85024 623.869.2129 CHAMBER BOARD OF DIRECTORS 515 N. Main St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3411

CITY OF ELOY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 595 N. “C” Street Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.4939 CLARK’S SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 2515 W. Selma Hwy. P.O. Box 11033 Casa Grande, AZ 85130 520.836.5545 COAST 2 COAST EQUITIES INC. 3035 S.E. Maricamp Rd. #104-308 Ocala, FL 34480 352.502.2924 COMMUNITY ACTION HUMAN RESOURCES AGENCY (CAHRA) 109 N. Sunshine Blvd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.1112 COMMUNITY OUTREACH OF ROBSON RANCH 5440 W. Posse Dr. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.421.9253

Keller Williams Legacy One Realty

Blanco & Associates Team

Residential, Commercial, New Build, Land Serving all of Pinal County Located in downtown Eloy, 508 N. Main Street

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CONGRESSMAN TOM O’HALLERAN Casa Grande, AZ 85122 COOLIDGE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 320 W. Central Ave. Coolidge, AZ 85128 520.723.3009 COOPER & RUETER LLP 221 N. Florence St. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.8265 COPPER STATE CONSULTING 3033 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012 602.229.1010 CORAZON DE LATINOS UNIDOS P.O. Box 774 Eloy, AZ 85131 520.483.1652

CORE CIVIC - ELOY DETENTION CENTER 1705 E. Hanna Rd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.4141

DESERT SUN HEATING & COOLING P.O. Box 12400 2656 S. Stanford Dr. Casa Grande, AZ 85194 520.466.1489

CORE CIVIC - LA PALMA CORRECTIONAL CENTER 5501 N. La Palma Rd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.464.3200

E ELECTRICAL DISTRICT #4 P.O. Box 605 Eloy, AZ 85131

CORE CONSTRUCTION 3036 E. Greenway Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85032 602.494.0800

ELEVEN MILE SOLAR CENTER 812 San Antonio St., Ste 500 Austin TX, 78701 512.241.5329

D DENNY’S RESTAURANT 16189 S. Sunshine Blvd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7016

ELOY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 515 N. Main St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3411

DESERT ROSE BAHA’I INSTITUTE 1950 W. William Sears Dr. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7961

ELOY DETENTION CENTER 1705 E. Hanna Rd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.4141

ELOY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT #11 1011 N. Sunshine Blvd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.2100 ELOY ENTERPRISE 710 N. Main St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7333 ELOY FIRE DISTRICT 1101 4010 N. Toltec Rd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3544 ELOY HOUSING AUTHORITY P.O. Box 637 Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7162 ELOY POLICE DEPARTMENT 630 N. Main St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7324

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ELOY POST OFFICE 620 N. Main St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3451 ELOY VETERAN’S CENTER 308 N. Main St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.423.4255 ELOY VISITORS CENTER 3725 N. Camelot St. Eloy, AZ 85131 ENCORE RESTAURANT 310 Frontier St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3473 EVA’S MEXICAN RESTAURANT 665 N. Pinal Ave. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.0016

F FIREBIRD USA LLC 409 N. Main St. Eloy, AZ 85131 747.300.8880 FIRST INTERSTATE BANK 712 N. Main St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7339 FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH P.O. Box 665 Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7460 FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 605 N. Santa Cruz Ave. Eloy, AZ 85131 602.321.3570

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FITZGIBBONS LAW OFFICES, P.L.C. P.O. Box 11208 Casa Grande, AZ 85130 520.426.3824

HASA OF ARIZONA P.O. Box 848 Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3817

FOODTOWN / IGA 13 N. Santa Cruz Ave. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7790

HAWKINS & ASSOCIATES 13108 S. Sunland Gin Rd. Arizona City, AZ 85123 520.466.8011

FOODTOWN / IGA 10601 W. Battaglia Rd. Arizona City, AZ 85123

HENSLEY BEVERAGE COMPANY 4201 N. 45th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85031 602.264.1635

G GREATER CASA GRANDE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 575 N. Marshall St. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.2125

HERITAGE FUNERAL CHAPEL 410 W. Roosevelt Ave. Coolidge, AZ 85128 520.723.7755 THE HOPE COALITION 605 N. Santa Cruz Ave. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.551.1040

GREATER FLORENCE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 24 W. Ruggles St. Florence, AZ 85132 520.868.9433

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HOSPICE COMPASSUS CASA GRANDE 1675 E. Monument Plaza Cir. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.421.7143

JANET’S FLOWERS 601 N. “C” St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7457

KVNG-GRACE RADIO 91.1 FM 962 W. Gila Bend Hwy. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.426.7911

JLM AIR CONDITIONING Eloy, AZ 602.844.4678 jlmairaz@outlook.com

I INSPECTOR HOMES Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.840.0485 INTERSTATE 10/8 BUSINESS PARK Eloy, AZ 85131 602.540.8151 IVORY TOWERS REALTY 13084 S. Sunland Gin Rd. Arizona City, AZ 85123 520.836.1555

J J. WARREN FUNERAL SERVICES 601 N. “C” St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7387

JOE RIVAS ANCHOR FUNDING P.O. Box 11390 Casa Grande AZ. 85130 951.537.7468 JONES AUTOMOTIVE GROUP 1932 N. Pinal Ave. Casa Grande, AZ 85122

K KURE RADIO 106.1 1950 William Sears Dr. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.233.1257

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L’GRANDE CAFE 2820 N. Pinal Ave. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.340.4226

MADRID ENTERPRISE 14492 S. Brook Hollow P.O. Box 2043 Arizona City, AZ 85123

LA PALMA CORRECTIONAL FACILITY 5501 N. La Palma Rd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.464.3200

MASTER TAX ADVISORS 43539 W. Roth Rd. Maricopa, AZ 85138 520.582.5425

LA PALOMA FAMILY RESTAURANT 116 W. Frontier St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3000 LEGION PROTECTION AGENCY 408 N. Sacaton St. Ste 1 Casa Grande, AZ 85122 1.888.988.2149

501 E. Florence Blvd., Casa Grande, AZ

LIQUIDATION DESTINATION LLC P.O. Box 1763 Arizona City, AZ 85123 520.840.1028

MATERRA FARMING COMPANY 5100 California Ave. #233 Bakersfield, CA 93309 760.685.0660 MICHAEL FRANCIS ROSES LLC 4780 E. Milligan Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85014 623.772.1555

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MIGUEL’S JUNK REMOVAL LLC 135 E. Watson Pl. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.610.5274

PINAL COUNTY AUTO GLASS 850 W. Cottonwood Ln. Ste. 2 Casa Grande, AZ 85122 833.472.4527

MILLER HARDWARE 229 S. Sunshine Blvd. P.O. Box 877 Eloy, AZ 85231 520.466.7431

PINAL COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OFFICE 135 N. Pinal St. Florence, AZ 85132

MILLENNIUM DESIGNS 4707 E. Bell Rd., C-3 Phoenix, AZ 85032 480.626.0794 MULTI MART 3902 W. Frontier St. Eloy, AZ 85131

N NEXT ERA ENERGY RESOURCES 700 Universe Blvd. E551JB Juno Beach, FL 33408 561.312.7636

P PICACHO PEAK STATE PARK Interstate 10 at Exit 219 Picacho Peak, AZ 85141 520.466.3183 PINAL ALLIANCE FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH 17235 N. 75th Ave. Glendale, AZ 85308 520.836.6868 PINAL COUNTY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE 31 N. Pinal St., Bldg. E Florence, AZ 85132 520.866.6361

PINAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DISTRICT 1 118 Catalina Ave. Mammoth, AZ 85618 520.487.2941 PINAL COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS & EVENT CENTER 512 S. Eleven Mile Corner Rd. Casa Grande, AZ 85194 520.723.7881 PINAL COUNTY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 1000 E. Florence Blvd. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.381.3100 PINAL COUNTY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 595 North “C” St., Ste. 101 Eloy, AZ 85131 520.381.3100 PINAL HISPANIC COUNCIL 107 E. Fourth St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7765 PINAL PARTNERSHIP P.O. Box 904 Florence, AZ 85132 602.459.5265

PINAL-GILA COMMUNITY CHILD SERVICES 114 E. 3rd St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7189

ROBSON RANCH GRILL/CATERING 5750 N. Robson Blvd. Suite 101 Eloy, AZ 85131

PINAL-GILA COUNCIL FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 8969 W. McCartney Rd. Casa Grande, AZ 85194 520.836.2758

ROCK N RODEO P.O. Box 13 Maricopa, AZ 85139 480.270.9321

PRECIOUS DENTAL SERVICE PLC 3260 N. Toltec Rd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3920

R RANCH HAND BREWING 6565 N. Toltec Bittes Rd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.406.3300 RED ROCK CORRECTIONAL CENTER 1750 E. Arica Rd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.464.3800 REPUBLIC PLASTICS 1550 W. Battaglia Rd. Eloy, AZ 85131 865.696.8540 RIGHT AWAY DISPOSAL 3755 S. Royal Palm Rd. Apache Junction, AZ 85119 Commercial: 480.983.9100 Residential: 480.983.9101 ROBSON PUBLISHING 5687 N. Robson Blvd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.426.3355

ROOSTER COGBURN OSTRICH RANCH 17599 E. Peak Ln. Picacho, AZ 85141 520.466.3658 ROSALES WEBSITE BUILDERS Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.560.6271 RUSH AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION 1521 E. Palo Verde Dr. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520-840-2681

S SAGUARO CORRECTIONAL CENTER 1250 E. Arica Rd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.464.0500 SALLY’S GIFT SHOPPE 710 N. D. St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.450.1794 SALT RIVER PROJECT (SRP) P.O. Box 52025 Phoenix, AZ 85072 602.236.2385

SRP/SALT RIVER PROJECT Government Relations Diane Hill P.O. Box 52025 Phoenix, AZ 85072-2025 602.236.2385

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SANTA CRUZ PUMP CO. 204 E. Elm St. P.O. Box 942 Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7578 SANTA CRUZ VALLEY HISTORICAL MUSEUM 3725 N. Camelot St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.840.1041 SANTA CRUZ VALLEY UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 900 N. Main St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.2220 SECURE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS, INC. 5251 N. Robson Blvd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.423.6800 THE SIGN SHOP 715 N. Center Ave. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.426.1528 SKY VENTURE ARIZONA (INDOOR) 4900 N. Taylor Rd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.4640

SKYDIVE ARIZONA 4900 N. Taylor Rd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3753

SUNLAND VISITOR CENTER 3725 N. Camelot St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3007

SOMMERS GLASS & MIRROR 501 E. Florence Blvd. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.7763

SUNSTATE EQUIPMENT COMPANY 3097 N. Piper Ave. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.7294

SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION 1070 W. Gila Bend Hwy. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 877.860.6020

SURE CORE SECURITY, LLC 1775 N. Mandeville Ln. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.257.1182

STACY’S NOTARY & U-HAUL 315 N. Main St. Eloy, AZ 85131 602.616.6348 STEPHANIE BLANCO REALTY 508 N. Main St., Ste. B Eloy, AZ 85131 520.560.1861 520.466.3844 SUN CORRIDOR, MPO 211 N. Florence St., Ste. 103 Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.705.5153 SUN LIFE FAMILY HEALTH CENTER 865 N. Arizola Rd. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.3446

T T. J. SHOPE SENATOR DISTRICT 8 Coolidge, AZ 85128 602.926.3012 TOLTEC SCHOOL DISTRICT 3315 N. Toltec Rd. Toltec, AZ 85131 520.466.2360

V VALLEY AUTO PARTS/NAPA 451 S. Sunshine Blvd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.9231 VILLA OASIS SCHOOL INTERSCHOLASTIC CENTER FOR EDUCATION 3640 N. Toltec Rd. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.450.4450

W WALTON GLOBAL HOLDINGS LLC 8800 N Gainey Dr., Ste. 345 Scottsdale AZ. 85258 WASTE CONNECTIONS OF ARIZONA P.O. Box 52768 Mesa, AZ 85208 520.288.6561

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YOUTH HAVEN P.O. Box 716 Eloy, AZ 85131

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PINAL HISPANIC COUNCIL Established 1990

PINAL COUNTY AGENCY PROGRAMS “Si Se Puede”

GOVERNOR’S OFFICE YOUTH RESILIENCY GRANT

AHCCCS “SI SE PUEDE” GRANT

• Intake & Assessment • Counseling • Case Coordination • Crisis Intervention • Psychiatric Services

• Botvin Life Skills Training • Trauma Informed Workshops • Collaboration with Eloy Governor’s Alliance • Collaboration with Coolidge Youth Coalition

• Collaboration with Eloy Governor’s Alliance • Drug Prevention Workshops • Trauma Informed Workshops • Resource Referral Program

SEAHECPROMOTORA GRANT

PINAL COUNTY PROMOTORA GRANT

PINAL COUNTY VETERANS GRANT

• Community Health Workers • Community Education • Community Outreach • PPE Distribution

• Community Health Workers • Community Education • Community Outreach • PPE Distribution

• Emergency Assistance • Wreaths Across America • Veterans Garden • Resource Brokering

SAMHSA COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER GRANT

SAMHSA MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT GRANT

HRSA OPIOID TREATMENT GRANT

• Intake & Assessment • Counseling • Case Coordination • Psychiatric Services • Peer Recovery

• Intake & Assessment • Counseling • Case Coordination • Psychiatric Services • Health Coordination

OUTPATIENT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES

For information contact: Ralph Varela, C.E.O.

(520) 466-7765

• Intake & Assessment • Counseling • Case Coordination • Psychiatric Services • Peer Recovery

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Categorical Membership Directory ACCOUNTING SERVICES MASTER TAX ADVISORS 43539 W. Roth Rd., Maricopa, AZ 85138 520.582.5425 ADVERTISING MARKETING & PROMOTIONS WEB DESIGN BLOSSOM DIGITAL MARKETING 408 N. Sacaton St., Suite A Casa Grande AZ, 85122 520.423.8671 ATTORNEYS COOPER & RUETER LLP 221 N. Florence St., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.8265 FITZGIBBONS LAW OFFICES, P.L.C. P.O. Box 11208, Casa Grande, AZ 85130 520.426.3824 PINAL COUNTY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE 31 N. Pinal St., Bldg. E, Florence, AZ 85132 520.866.6361

ATTRACTIONS ROOSTER COGBURN OSTRICH RANCH 17599 E. Peak Ln., Picacho, AZ 85141 520.466.3658 ATTRACTIONS SKY DIVING SKY VENTURE ARIZONA (INDOOR) 4900 N. Taylor Rd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.4640 SKYDIVE ARIZONA 4900 N. Taylor Rd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3753 AUTOMOBILE PARTS REPAIRS & SERVICES BROWN’S AUTO BODY 324 W. Frontier, Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7288 VALLEY AUTO PARTS/NAPA 451 S. Sunshine Blvd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.9231

Auto, Heavy Duty & Industrial Jeff Horton – General Manager

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PINAL COUNTY AUTO GLASS 850 W. Cottonwood Ln. Ste. 2 Casa Grande, AZ 85122 833.472.4527 BANKS/CREDIT UNIONS PINAL COUNTY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 1000 E. Florence Blvd., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.381.3100 PINAL COUNTY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 595 North “C” St., Ste. 101, Eloy, AZ 85131 520.381.3100 BANQUET FACILITY & CONFERENCE CENTER ROBSON RANCH GRILL/CATERING 5750 N. Robson Blvd., Suite 101. Eloy, AZ 85131 BARS & LOUNGES BENT PROP SALOON 4828 N. Taylor Rd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.9268

Quality Parts You Can Count On 520•466•9231


BUSINESS ADVOCACY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

CONSTRUCTION

CITY OF ELOY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 595 N. “C” Street, Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.4939

CLARK’S SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 2515 W. Selma Hwy., Casa Grande, AZ 85194 P.O. Box 11033, Casa Grande, AZ 85130 520.836.5545

ELOY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 515 N. Main St., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3411

CORE CONSTRUCTION 3036 E. Greenway Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85032 602.494.0800

INTERSTATE 10/8 BUSINESS PARK Eloy, AZ 85131 602.540.8151 PINAL PARTNERSHIP P.O. Box 904, Florence, AZ 85132 602.459.5265 BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER (SBDC) 540 N. Camino Mercado, Ste. 1 Casa Grande, AZ 85122-8751 520.494.6612 CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE ARIZONA CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 13640 S. Sunland Gin Rd. Arizona City, AZ 85123 520.466.5141 COOLIDGE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 320 W. Central Ave., Coolidge, AZ 85128 520.723.3009

CONSULTING SERVICES BEARINGS & LUBE CONSULTING, LLC 5254 N. Arrowhead Dr., Eloy, AZ 85131 610.659.1466 COPPER STATE CONSULTING 3033 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85012 602.229.1010 CORRECTIONAL CENTERS ELOY DETENTION CENTER 1705 E. Hanna Rd.,Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.4141 LA PALMA CORRECTIONAL FACILITY 5501 N. La Palma Rd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.464.3200 RED ROCK CORRECTIONAL CENTER 1750 E. Arica Rd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.464.3800 SAGUARO CORRECTIONAL CENTER 1250 E. Arica Rd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.464.0500

GREATER CASA GRANDE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 575 N. Marshall St., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.2125

CORE CIVIC - ELOY DETENTION CENTER 1705 E. Hanna Rd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.4141

GREATER FLORENCE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 24 W. Ruggles St., Florence, AZ 85132 520.868.9433

CORE CIVIC - LA PALMA CORRECTIONAL CENTER 5501 N. La Palma Rd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.464.3200

CHURCHES FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH P.O. Box 665, Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7460 FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 605 N. Santa Cruz Ave., Eloy, AZ 85131 602.321.3570

DENTIST PRECIOUS DENTAL SERVICE PLC 3260 N. Toltec Rd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3920 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CITY OF ELOY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 595 N. “C” Street, Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.4939 PINAL COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OFFICE 135 N. Pinal St., Florence, AZ 85132

PINAL ALLIANCE FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH 17235 N. 75th Ave., Glendale, AZ 85308 520.836.6868 EQUIPMENT RENTAL SUNSTATE EQUIPMENT COMPANY 3097 N. Piper Ave., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.7294 EVENT FACILITY MEETINGS - BANQUETS - EVENTS PINAL COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS & EVENT CENTER 512 S. Eleven Mile Corner Rd. Casa Grande, AZ 85194 520.723.7881 ROCK N RODEO P.O. Box 13, Maricopa, AZ 85139 480.270.9321 FINANCIAL SERVICES SECURE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS, INC. 5251 N. Robson Blvd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.423.6800 FIRE DEPARTMENT ELOY FIRE DISTRICT 1101 4010 N. Toltec Rd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3544 FLOWER SHOP & GIFTS JANET’S FLOWERS 601 N. “C” St., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7457 SALLY’S GIFT SHOPPE 710 N. D. St., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.450.1794 FOOD BANKS THE HOPE COALITION 605 N. Santa Cruz Ave., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.551.1040 FOOD & BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS HENSLEY BEVERAGE COMPANY 4201 N. 45th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85031 602.264.1635 FOOD VENUE AKA BREAD CO P.O. Box 4396, Arizona City, AZ 85123 480.787.7807

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J. WARREN FUNERAL SERVICES 601 N. “C” St., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7387

GROCERY STORES

GOVERNMENT/PUBLIC SERVICES CHAMBER BOARD OF DIRECTORS 515 N Main St., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3411

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JLM AIR CONDITIONING Eloy, AZ 602.844.4678 jlmairaz@outlook.com

SUN CORRIDOR, MPO 211 N. Florence St., Ste. 103 Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.705.5153

FUNERAL HOME

FOODTOWN / IGA 13 N. Santa Cruz Ave., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7790

S EFOODTOWN R V I C E/ IGA S

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ELOY POST OFFICE 620 N. Main St., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3451

10601 W. Battaglia Rd., Arizona City, AZ 85123

PICACHO PEAK STATE PARK Interstate 10 at Exit 219 Picacho Peak, AZ 85141 520.466.3183

MILLER HARDWARE 229 S. Sunshine Blvd., Eloy, AZ 85231 P.O. Box 877 520.466.7431

PINAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DISTRICT 1 F U N EAZR85618 A L 118 Catalina Ave., Mammoth, 520.487.2941

RUSH AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION 1521 E. Palo Verde Dr., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520-840-2681

HARDWARE STORES

HEATING & COOLING/HVAC & COOLING S EDESERT R V ISUN C HEATING E S

2656 S. Stanford Dr., Casa Grande, AZ 85194 P.O. Box 12400 520.466.1489

INSPECTOR HOMES Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.840.0485 HOSPICE AHAYAH LIVING & RECOVERY CENTER P.O. Box 27094, Phoenix, AZ 85061 520.379.1245 HOSPICE COMPASSUS CASA GRANDE 1675 E. Monument Plaza Cir. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.421.7143

Full Service F U N E R A L

S E R V I C E S

Locally Owned & Operated for over 50 years

• Traditional & Cremation Services • Crematorium & Cemetery in Casa Grande • Celebration of Life Services • Advanced Funeral Planning • Flower Shop • Catering

Valley Chapel • 601 N. “C” St., Eloy, AZ 85131 • (520) 466-7387 • www.JWarrenFuneral.com

Janet’s

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Plants & Fresh Flowers • Dried Arrangements Candy Gift Packages • Gift Baskets • Balloons

FLOWER SHOP

Located adjacent to J. Warren Valley Chapel

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Serving our community for over 50 years!

520-466-7457

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INDIVIDUALS

HOSPITAL BANNER CASA GRANDE MEDICAL CENTER 1800 E. Florence Blvd., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.421.7143 BANNER CASA GRANDE ORTHOPEDICS 1811 E. McMurray Blvd. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.374.6520 BANNER CASA GRANDE URGENT CARE 1676 E. McMurray Blvd. #1 Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.316.0688 BANNER FAMILY MEDICINE 1811 E. McMurray Blvd. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.374.6530 SUN LIFE FAMILY HEALTH CENTER 865 N. Arizola Rd., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.3446

ADAM PITMAN 1165 E. Jardin Ave., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.840.0485 BILL PITMAN 4115 N. Golden St., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.251.2988 CONGRESSMAN TOM O’HALLERAN Casa Grande, AZ 85122 T. J. SHOPE - SENATOR DISTRICT 8 Coolidge, AZ 85128 602.926.3012 INVESTMENT COAST 2 COAST EQUITIES INC. 3035 S.E. Maricamp Rd. #104-308 Ocala, FL 34480 352.502.2924 MATERRA FARMING COMPANY 5100 California Ave. #233 Bakersfield, CA 93309 760.685.0660

WALTON GLOBAL HOLDINGS LLC 8800 N Gainey Dr., Ste. 345 Scottsdale AZ. 85258 IRRIGATION & DRAINAGE CENTRAL ARIZONA IRRIGATION & DRAINAGE DISTRICT 231 S. Sunshine Blvd., Eloy, AZ 85131 P.O. Box 605 520.466.7336 MANUFACTURERS FIREBIRD USA LLC 409 N. Main St., Eloy, AZ 85131 747.300.8880 REPUBLIC PLASTICS 1550 W. Battaglia Rd., Eloy, AZ 85131 865.696.8540 SANTA CRUZ PUMP CO. 204 E. Elm St., Eloy, AZ 85131 P.O. Box 942 520.466.7578

MATT TERRY 1664 East Florence Blvd. Suite 4 #446 Casa Grande, AZ 85122

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Corazon De Latino Unidos is a grass roots organization dedicated to preserving and promoting our rich Hispanic culture through education and celebration. Proud to bring Fiestas Patrias to Eloy

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ELOY ENTERPRISE 710 N. Main St., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7333

MARKETING TOOLS ROSALES WEBSITE BUILDERS Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.560.6271

NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS AGAINST ABUSE, INC. P.O. Box 10733, Casa Grande, AZ 85130 520.836.1239

MEETINGS - BANQUETS - EVENTS DESERT ROSE BAHA’I INSTITUTE 1950 W. William Sears Dr., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7961

COMMUNITY ACTION HUMAN RESOURCES AGENCY (CAHRA) 109 N. Sunshine Blvd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.1112

MORTGAGE LENDING JOE RIVAS - ANCHOR FUNDING P.O. Box 11390, Casa Grande AZ 85130 951.537.7468

CORAZON DE LATINOS UNIDOS P.O. Box 774, Eloy, AZ 85131 520.483.1652

PINAL-GILA COMMUNITY CHILD SERVICES 114 E. 3rd St., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7189 UNITED WAY OF PINAL COUNTY P.O. Box 10541, Casa Grande, AZ 85130 520.836.0736 YOUTH HAVEN P.O. Box 716, Eloy, AZ 85131 PEST CONTROL SERVICES ARIZONA CITY PEST CONTROL 1664 E. Florence Blvd., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.705.8574 PHYSICIANS/CLINICS

MUSEUMS SANTA CRUZ VALLEY HISTORICAL MUSEUM 3725 N. Camelot St., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.840.1041 NEWSPAPERS - PUBLISHING CASA GRANDE VALLEY NEWSPAPERS INC. 200 W. 2nd St., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.7461

ELOY HOUSING AUTHORITY P.O. Box 637, Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7162 THE HOPE COALITION 605 N. Santa Cruz, Eloy, AZ 85131 520.551.1040 PINAL HISPANIC COUNCIL 107 E. Fourth St., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7765

SUN LIFE FAMILY HEALTH CENTER 865 N. Arizola Rd., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.3446 RADIO STATIONS KURE RADIO 106.1 1950 William Sears Dr., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.233.1257

Our offices in Arizona City & Casa Grande are staffed with agents that have the experience and knowledge to take care of all of your real estate needs.

COMPREHENSIVE REAL ESTATE SERVICES

✔ Residential ✔ Commercial ✔ Land/Lots ✔ New Construction ✔ Property Management Arizona City Office

Casa Grande Office

13084 S. Sunland Gin Rd. 520-466-6755

Norrie Burruel ABR, GRI, SRES Broker

Lacho Burruel Realtor®

✔ Resale ✔ Rentals

1515 E. Florence Blvd./Ste. 112 520-836-1555

Roy Garrison

Realtor® Property Manager

Melissa Camargo® ABR, GRI, Realtor Casa Grande Branch Manager

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Ann Watson Realtor ®

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KVNG-GRACE RADIO 91.1 FM 962 W. Gila Bend Hwy. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.426.7911 REAL ESTATE ALICE PENNER - RE/MAX - A BAR Z REALTY 13590 S. Sunland Gin Rd. P.O. Box 707 Arizona City, AZ 85123 520.466.5350

CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE 8470 N. Overfield Rd., Coolidge, AZ 85128 520.426.4204

EVA’S MEXICAN RESTAURANT 665 N. Pinal Ave., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.0016

ELOY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT #11 1011 N. Sunshine Blvd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.2100

LA PALOMA FAMILY RESTAURANT 116 W. Frontier St., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3000 L’GRANDE CAFE 2820 N. Pinal Ave., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.340.3200

ASHLAND GROUP LLC 1050 E. River Rd., Suite 300 Tucson, AZ 85718

RANCH HAND BREWING 6565 N. Toltec Bittes Rd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.406.3300

AZ NEW HORIZON REALTY 3860 N. Pinal Ave., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.1001

RETAILERS

HAWKINS & ASSOCIATES 13108 S. Sunland Gin Rd. Arizona City, AZ 85123 520.466.8011

COMMUNITY OUTREACH OF ROBSON RANCH 5440 W. Posse Dr., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.421.9253

IVORY TOWERS REALTY 13084 S. Sunland Gin Rd. Arizona City, AZ 85123 520.836.1555

LIQUIDATION DESTINATION LLC P.O. Box 1763 Arizona City, AZ 85123 520.840.1028

STEPHANIE BLANCO REALTY 508 N. Main St., Ste. B, Eloy, AZ 85131 c. 520.560.1861 o. 520.466.3844

MICHAEL FRANCIS ROSES LLC 4780 E. Milligan Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85014 623.772.1555 MULTI MART 3902 W. Frontier St., Eloy, AZ 85131

RESEARCH CENTER BRIDGESTONE AMERICAS, INC. 4140 W. Harmon Rd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.494.3682

STACY’S NOTARY & U-HAUL 315 N. Main St., Eloy, AZ 85131 602.616.6348

RESTAURANTS

SCHOOLS, COLLEGES & EDUCATION

DENNY’S RESTAURANT 16189 S. Sunshine Blvd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.7016

Wide Format: Printing & Laminating

ENCORE RESTAURANT 310 Frontier St. Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3473

Digital Printing Full Color Banners Full Color Prints Contour Cutting

ASU POLYTECHNIC CAMPUS 6027 S. Sagewood St., Suite 300 Tucson, AZ 85212 480.727.1397

SANTA CRUZ VALLEY UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 900 N. Main St., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.2220 TOLTEC SCHOOL DISTRICT 3315 N. Toltec Rd., Toltec, AZ 85131 520.466.2360 VILLA OASIS SCHOOL INTERSCHOLASTIC CENTER FOR EDUCATION 3640 N. Toltec Rd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.450.4450 SECURITY OFFICER - PATROL RISK ASSESSMENTS - TRAINING SURE CORE SECURITY, LLC 1775 N. Mandeville Ln. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.257.1182 SENIOR SERVICES PINAL-GILA COUNCIL FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 8969 W. McCartney Rd. Casa Grande, AZ 85194 520.836.2758 SIGNS - PRINTING - GRAPHICS THE SIGN SHOP 715 N. Center Ave., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.426.1528 SWIMMING POOL PRODUCTS HASA OF ARIZONA P.O. Box 848, Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3817

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TELECOMMUNICATIONS ALLUVION COMMUNICATIONS 7065 W. Allison Rd., Chandler, AZ 85226 480.639.1990 TRAVEL CENTERS XPRESS FUEL 3105 N. Toltec Rd., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.709.4058 UTILITIES ARIZONA PUBLIC SERVICE (APS) Casa Grande, AZ 85122 800.253.9405 CENTRAL ARIZONA PROJECT 23636 N. 7th St., Phoenix, AZ 85024 623.869.2129 ELECTRICAL DISTRICT #4 P.O. Box 605, Eloy, AZ 85131 NEXT ERA ENERGY RESOURCES 700 Universe Blvd. E551JB, Juno Beach, FL 33408 561.312.7636

SALT RIVER PROJECT (SRP) P.O. Box 52025, Phoenix, AZ 85072 602.236.2385 VETERAN SERVICES ELOY VETERAN’S CENTER 308 N. Main St., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.423.4255 VISITORS CENTERS SUNLAND VISITOR CENTER 3725 N. Camelot St., Eloy, AZ 85131 520.466.3007 WASTE REMOVAL/ RECYCLING A.C. SANITATION SERVICE, LLC 13350 Sunland Gin Rd. P.O. Box 207 Arizona City, AZ 85123 520.466.6001 MIGUEL’S JUNK REMOVAL LLC 135 E. Watson Pl., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.610.5274

SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION 1070 W. Gila Bend Hwy. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 877.860.6020

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RIGHT AWAY DISPOSAL 3755 S. Royal Palm Rd. Apache Junction, AZ 85119 Commercial: 480.983.9100 Residential: 480.983.9101 WASTE CONNECTIONS OF ARIZONA P.O. Box 52768, Mesa, AZ 85208 520.288.6561 WINDSHIELD REPAIR & REPLACEMENT SOMMERS GLASS & MIRROR 501 E. Florence Blvd., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.836.7763 PINAL COUNTY AUTO GLASS 850 W. Cottonwood Ln. Ste. 2 Casa Grande, AZ 85122 833.472.4527 WORKFORCE SERVICES ARIZONA@WORK 820 E. Cottonwood Ln., Bldg. E. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 520.866.3603 ARIZONA@WORK PINAL COUNTY ADULT AND DISLOCATED WORKER PROGRAM 820 E. Cottonwood Ln., Bldg. E. Casa Grande, AZ 520.866.3627


Notable people who came out of Eloy MOSSY CADE | Professional Football Player LEVI JONES | Professional Football Player BENJAMIN MALONE JR. | Professional Football Player RICKY LEE NELSON | Professional Baseball Player PAUL RAY POWELL | Professional Baseball Player JEFF-JEFFRO | Provenzano- Professional Skydiver ANNA MARIA CHAVEZ | Former CEO of Girl Scouts USA, Former Attorney for Counsel to the President office

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The Interstate 10|8 Business Park is Coming to Eloy!

Beauty and function:

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• At the junction of Interstates 8 & 10 – Midway between Phoenix & Tucson 10 To Phoenix • Exit 200 – S. Sunland Gin Rd., Eloy, AZ 8 • Close to double track railway • +-1,200 acres with flexible zoning To San Diego • Ultra high-speed broadband available • Perfect for a wide variety of users, including commercial, office, industrial, distribution, manufacturing, restaurants and hospitality • The entrance will set the tone with attractive and inviting design elements • Designed to meet the development requirements of today’s high-tech industrial and commercial tenants

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For Addicts, Loved Ones of Addicts and Spiritually Hungry

12 Step Program Without Shame

Service time Saturday 6 p.m.

Celebrating being part of the community for 66 years

First United Methodist Church of Eloy Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors.

605 N. Santa Cruz Blvd. • 520-466-3445

Service time Sunday 10:30 a.m. Matthew 25: 35-37, 40

For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave Me something to drink; I was a stranger, and you invited Me in; naked, and you clothed Me; I was sick, and you visited Me; I was in prison, and you came to Me.’ ‘Truly I say to you, to the extent that you did it for one of the least of these brothers or sisters of Mine, you did it for Me.’

Eloy Food Bank A Division of the Hope Coalition Feeding the families of Eloy & the surrounding communities for 16 years. Emergency food boxes available call: 520-551-1040 www.thehopecoalitioneloy.org

1st and 3rd Fridays Monthly