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Zoo Lights

5:30–10:30 p.m. Phoenix Zoo 455 N. Galvin Pkwy., Phoenix 602-286-3800, $30–$35/Non-member; $25–$30/Member

The zoo’s annual sparkling light display is back, but with a whole new lake light show, dinosaur exhibits, special holiday performances, a polar park with Santa, animal lanterns and nightly snowfalls.


Desert Farm Lights

5:30–10 p.m.

Desert Farm Lights 14629 W. Peoria Ave., Waddell

Weekend Vibes

& SPECIAL EVENTS $13/Ages 2–12; $17/Ages 13 and up

Walk through the Desert Lights walking trail, featuring snow and gingerbread men, sneak past elves in the candy cane maze, take a photo with Santa, drink hot cocoa and go down a gingerbread slide.



1:30 p.m. The Phoenix Theatre Company 1825 N. Central Ave., Phoenix 602-254-2151, $52–$128

The timeless classic by Rodgers and Hammerstein, but with a contemporary twist and a few new songs.


World of Illumination: Enchanted Safari 6–10 p.m. Desert Diamond Casino

9431 W. Northern Ave., Glendale 833-332-2946 $39.99/Vehicle

Travel through a festive jungle for a holiday adventure full of exotic animals, from reindeer to dinosaurs.


World of Illumination: Rockin’ Christmas 6–10 p.m. Hurricane Harbor 4243 W. Pinnacle Peak Road, Glendale 623-201-2000 $39.99/Vehicle Drive through a life-sized musical fit for the winter season with old school music and a retro Santa.


World of Illumination: Candy Rush

6–10 p.m.

Tempe Diablo Stadium 2200 W. Alameda Drive, Tempe 480-350-5205 $39.99/Vehicle

Take your car into a gingerbread village featuring life-sized Christmas sweets and a fun light show.


Lake Pleasant

Christmas Bird Count 6:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

Lake Pleasant Regional Park 41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Road Morristown 602-506-2930 $7/Vehicle

Join the National Audubon Society as they scan a 15-mile diameter area to help count and track birds in the park and surrounding habitats. Registration required.

Zoo Move & Groove 5K hits the ground running Sunday, Jan. 21 at Phoenix Zoo for a good cause.




Various showtimes

Herberger Theater Center 222 E. Monroe St., Phoenix 602-252-8497 lombardi $27

A theatrical rendition of the book, “When Pride Still Mattered: A Life of Vince Lombardi” by David Maraniss, presented by the Order Chaos Theater Company.


First Friday at Norterra

6–9 p.m.

The Shops at Norterra 2450 W. Happy Valley Road, Phoenix 480-685-6187 Free

Walk along main street to see some cool cars on display. Plus, live music and happy hour deals.


‘Purely Classical’

Various showtimes

Symphony Hall 75 N. Second St., Phoenix 602-495-1999 https://tickets.phoenixsymphony. org/13279 $34–$102

The Phoenix Symphony presents “Leonore” by Ludwig Van Beethoven, plus “Concerto No. 3” and “Symphony No. 40” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, with violinist Steven Moeckel.



Farmers Market

9 a.m.–1 p.m. Arrowhead Towne Center 7780 W. Arrowhead Towne Center Glendale 602-703-7154 saturdaymarket Free admission

Check out different vendors each week ranging from fresh produce to handmade crafts. See full list of participants online.


Pinnacle Peak Farmers Market

9 a.m.–2 p.m. Deer Valley Towne Center

Purge and shred those unwanted documents for free on Saturday, Jan. 7 during the Shred-aThon & Prescription Take-Back at Foothills Food Bank. Or, visit Freeman Income Tax Service on Saturday, Jan. 21 during their Shred-a-thon event.

2805 W. Agua Fria Fwy, Phoenix pinnaclepeakfarmersmarket Free admission

Shop for produce, food items and handmade goods from local farmers, vendors and artisans.


Small Business Saturdays

4-8 p.m. Outlets at Anthem 4250 W. Anthem Way, Anthem

Outdoor market with vendor booths from local artisans. Baked goods for sale and activities and face painting for the kids.


Christmas Tree Disposal

10 a.m.–2 p.m.

Anthem Community Park 41703 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy., Anthem 623-879-3000 Free for Anthem residents

Republic Services will be accepting trees stripped of all tinsel, lights, ornaments and stands for free disposal. Proof of Anthem residency required.


Anthem Cars and Coffee

8 a.m.–1 p.m. Palmcroft Church of Anthem 3715 W. Anthem Way, Anthem 602-770-7797 Free

Check out some cool cars from the community and local vendor booths.



Shred-a-Thon & Prescription Take-Back

9 a.m.–noon

Foothills Food Bank 6061 E. Hidden Valley Drive Cave Creek 480-488-1145 Free

All are welcome to drop-off prescriptions, documents for shredding, small electronics, gently used clothing, housewares, books and non-perishable pantry item donations.



Arizona Wedding Show 9 a.m.–3 p.m.

Phoenix Convention Center: South Building 33 N. Third St., Phoenix 480-236-7987 www.arizonaweddingshowjanuary. com $10

Meet with wedding professionals, view the latest bridal trends via the bridal fashion show and enter sweepstakes.


I Recycle PHX

7 a.m.–noon

Christown Spectrum Mall 1646 W. Montebello Ave., Phoenix 602-262-4820 Free

Phoenix residents can drop off items to be reused or recycled safely, from electronics to documents for shredding. See the full list of accepted items online.


MLK Unity Walk & Celebration 9 a.m.

Anthem Community Park Amphitheater 41703 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy. Anthem Free Highlighting the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a one-mile unity walk and celebration with local speakers, including Pastor Chris DeWald from Crossroads Church.

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 11–SUNDAY, JAN. 29 ‘Constellations’ Various showtimes The Phoenix Theatre Company 1825 N. Central Ave., Phoenix 602-254-2151 $50–$200 The award-winning romantic drama about the complications of life and love in the multiverse.

THURSDAY, JAN. 12 Discovery Station Noon–2 p.m. Lake Pleasant Regional Park 41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Road

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Learn all about arthropods such as spiders, mites, centipedes, millipedes and other insects.


Disney on Ice: Road Trip Adventures

Various showtimes Footprint Center 201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix 602-379-7800, $20–$125

The beloved ice skating show returns with special guests Moana, Simba, Aladdin and more.



‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time’

Various showtimes Starlight Community Theater 1611 W. Whispering Wind Drive Suite 9, Phoenix 623-252-6815 $25

A murder-mystery play based on the novel by Mark Haddon, featuring local actors.


Maricopa County Home Show

10 a.m.–5 p.m. Arizona State Fairgrounds 1826 W. McDowell Road,Phoenix 602-485-1691 www.maricopacountyhomeshows. com $8

Tour a tiny home or stop by a tasting station featuring wine, coffee, tea, oil, vinegar and more. Learn how to grow a greenhouse, take a crafting lesson and shop for handmade goods.


Discovery Station Noon–1 p.m. Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area 44000 N. Spur Cross Road Cave Creek 602-506-2930

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Take a peek at some pelts and skulls of common desert mammals.


Joe Gatto’s Night of Comedy

7 p.m. Celebrity Theatre 440 N. 32nd St., Phoenix 602-267-1600 $54.75–$94.75

The “Impractical Jokers” comedian on tour.


Bluey’s Big Play

Various showtimes

Arizona Financial Theatre 400 W. Washington St., Phoenix 602-379-2888 $33–$85

The Emmy Award-winning children’s television series comes to life on stage.


Celebrate Electronic Music

9 a.m.–5 p.m. Musical Instrument Museum 4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix 480-478-6000 $10–$27

Explore creative music created by technology with

beat-making workshops, amplification method explanations, live synthesizer performances and guest speakers.


Arizona Musicfest

2 p.m.

Musical Instrument Museum 4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix 480-478-6000 $23.50

Young, classical talent from across the Valley perform.


MLK Unity Walk & Day of Service

9 a.m.

Anthem Community Park Amphitheater 41703 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy. Anthem 623-879-3000 Free

A celebration of the life and lessons taught by Martin Luther King Jr., including a community walk, MLK Essay award presentations, speech by the award winner and closing prayer.


‘Reverb Contemporary Music Festival’ 7:30 p.m. Central United Methodist Church 1875 N. Central Ave., Phoenix

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A Phoenix Symphony event featuring new, contemporary works by Grammy Award-winning violinist Jennifer Koh.


Reptiles of AZ

10 a.m.–1 p.m.

Lake Pleasant Regional Park 41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Road Morristown 602-506-2930 $7/Vehicle

Learn about the cold-blooded creatures found in the Sonoran Desert, from lizards to snakes.


Discovery Station

1:30–3 p.m.

Cave Creek Regional Park 37019 N. Lava Lane, Cave Creek 602-506-2930 $7/Vehicle

Learn all about animal tracks from Ranger Evan.


Winter Carefree Fine Art Festival

10 a.m.–5 p.m. Downtown Carefree 101 Easy St., Carefree 480-837-5637, $5

Browse through over 150 global art exhibits featuring paintings, life-sized sculptures, stone and glass work, limited edition photography, unique jewelry, handmade pottery and more.



9 a.m.–1 p.m.

Freeman Income Tax Service 41111 Daisy Mountain Drive, Ste. #105 Anthem 623-518-2157 Free

Bring up to four banker-sized boxes of old documents for shredding and disposal.


Zoo Move & Groove 5K

5:30–10 p.m.

Phoenix Zoo 455 N. Galvin Pkwy., Phoenix

Event Spotlight New Year, New Pet?

Flex, a 2-year-old rottweiler, shares a moment with his foster sister, Grace. Flex was recently welcomed into the Goveia family after he was saved from the county shelter by Rotten Rottie Rescue, a PACC911 partner.




10 a.m.–3 p.m.

Anthem Community Park 41703 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy., Anthem 602-992-4779, Free admission

Find a new best friend from one of 50 different rescue groups all coming together in one place, organized by the Phoenix Animal Care Coalition 911. All pets on site are spayed, neutered and immunized. Pet food will be accepted for donation to homeless pets. Plus, food trucks, raffles and other pet-related vendors.


6th Annual Doggie Street Festival

Celebration and Adopt-a-thon

10 a.m.–4 p.m. Steele Indian School Park 300 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix Free admission

All dogs, dog owners and interested adoptees are welcome to enjoy music, arts, special guest speakers, auction prizes, contests, veterinarian tips, pet product shopping and adoptions. Rescues in attendance include Any Rat Rescue, Arizona Weimaraner Rescue, AZ Husky Rescue, Regal Dane Rescue and Saving Paws Rescue.

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Run or walk through the zoo’s Zoolights and Dinosaurs in the Desert exhibits. All proceeds benefit the zoo animals.


Annual Flagstaff BrewHaHa

2–6 p.m.

High Country Conference Center 201 W. Butler Ave., Flagstaff 928-853-4292, $50–$100

Sample local, regional and national craft beers, liquors, wines and hard seltzers. Live music from Flagstaff local band FoxyKoshka. A portion of the proceeds benefit the Flagstaff Alpine Ski Team. Ages 21 and up only.


Venomous Creatures

Noon–2 p.m.

Lake Pleasant Regional Park 41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Road Morristown 602-506-2930 $7/Vehicle

See live examples and bust myths of venomous animals of the local desert. Registration required.


ASU Wind Ensemble: Hollywood!

7:30 p.m.

ASU Gammage 1200 S. Forest Ave., Tempe 480-965-3434, $7.50

Live performances of music from famous movies, including “Star Wars,” “Lord of the Rings” and “Godzilla Eats Las Vegas.”



‘The Complete Works of William Shakespeare: Abridged’

Various showtimes

Starlight Community Theater 1611 W. Whispering Wind Drive Suite 9, Phoenix 623-252-6815 $25

An intimate and fast-paced adult comedy based on the works of Shakespeare.


‘Totally ‘80s’

Various showtimes

Madison Center for the Arts 5601 N. 16th St., Phoenix 602-495-1999 $71–$104

The Phoenix Symphony performs hit songs from one of the most decadent decades of music: the 1980s, including tunes from Phil Collins, Blondie, Cyndi Lauper, Michael Jackson and more.


‘M is for Mozart’

11 a.m.

Madison Center for the Arts 5601 N. 16th St., Phoenix 602-495-1999 $14–$23

A one-hour performance by The Phoenix Symphony in celebration of famous pieces written by composers before they turned 18 years old, including Mozart.


Heads Up Purses for a Purpose

This year’s annual “Purses for a Purpose” fundraiser, hosted by the Anthem Giving Circle, features a fun theme: Alice in Wonderland. Attendees are welcome, but not required, to come dressed as their favorite character. Tickets include one drink, heavy hors d’oeuvres and the opportunity to purchase or win a designer purse by silent/live auction or raffle. Raffle tickets are sold additionally at 5 for $20 or 15 for $50. Proceeds benefit local families struggling with rent, utility and medical bills, as well as provide financial aid for students in need.

Tuesday, Feb. 7, 5 p.m.

Anthem Country Club: Ironwood Ballroom 41551 N. Anthem Hills Drive, Anthem 970-379-0409, $50


Outdoor Adventure Fest

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick 7555 N. Pima Road, Scottsdale 480-270-5000 $10–$125

Explore exhibitors featuring all things camping, off-roading, overlanding, hiking, mountain biking, climbing and paddling. Plus, a beer garden and food vendors.


Soundheim Cabaret

7:30 p.m.

Musical Theatre of Anthem 42201 N. 41st Drive, Suite B100 Anthem 623-336-6001 $40

Professional vocalists and MTA Alumni perform a selection of Stephen Soundheim’s music.


Fitz and the Tantrums 8 p.m.

Talking Stick Resort 9800 E. Talking Stick Way, Scottsdale 480-850-7734 $40–$125

Live in concert. Ages 21 and up only. SUNDAY, JAN. 29

‘From Classics to Klezmer’

$40/Adults; $15/Students ages 13–21; Free/Children 12 and under Chamber Music Sedona presents a concert featuring traditional instrumental music of the Ashkenazi Jews and Eastern Europe, performed by clarinetist Alex Fiterstein, violinist Kristin Lee, pianist Qian Wu and cellist Nicholas Cannellakis.


‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ Various showtimes

ASU Gammage 1200 S. Forest Ave., Tempe 480-965-3434 www. asugammage. com

3 p.m.

Sedona Performing Arts Center 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road, Sedona 928-204-2415


The 50th anniversary of the award-winning musical production portraying the final weeks of Jesus’ life through the eyes of Judas.

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plans announced for a second North Phoenix fab

By 2024, the first batch of cutting-edge silicon chip wafers designed to power the latest electronics, including Apple’s phones, computers and other devices, will be produced in North Phoenix.

Just 20 months into construction on TSMC’s massive semiconductor plant on the west side of I-17 between Loop 303 and Carefree Highway, the global chipmaker has already begun construction on a second fabrication plant

on the same site, promising to produce even more advanced chip technology.

The announcement of a second facility came during a ceremony last month marking the arrival of the first batch of semiconductor manufacturing equipment to the facility.

At the Dec. 6 ceremony, along with a special visit from President Joe Biden, TSMC welcomed local and state leaders, including Gov. Doug Ducey, Governor-elect Katie Hobbs, Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego, U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly, employees, customers and journalists to see its new factory and discuss the company’s

investment in U.S. manufacturing, which just increased from $12 billion to $40 billion in its Arizona operations.

The first fab is on track for completion in 2024, producing 4-nanometer chips, and the second fab will crank out even more cutting-edge chips at 3

10K High-tech/High-wage Jobs 10K Construction Jobs U.S. TSMC Projected Jobs 16 | JANUARY 2023

nanometers when construction is complete in 2026. In total, the two plants will be capable of producing 600,000 wafers annually.

“We’re well on our way to bringing the most advanced semiconductor manufacturing technology in the United States, right here in Arizona,” TSMC’s

Chairman Mark Liu said during the ceremony marking the construction milestones by the chip giant.

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego also spoke at the event, noting that TSMC had already made the decision to invest in the Phoenix site prior to the passage of the

CHIPS Act, and now with that federal support, TSMC is tripling its investment, making it the largest foreign direct investment in state history.

Top tech leaders from Apple and NVIDIA were among the visitors

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TSMC officials, top tech leaders and local government leaders celebrate the semiconductor's expansion plans in North Phoenix at a Dec. 6 ceremony.

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at the Phoenix plant stating their intent to source chip wafers from the new fabrication plants to power the latest iPhones, iPads, Macs and graphics processors.

Apple CEO Tim Cook described TSMC’s investment as “an important milestone for advanced manufacturing in America.” “The innovation in Apple silicon has transformed our devices and we are proud to become TSMC’s largest customer at their new Arizona site,” he said at the event.

NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang also spoke, saying “Bringing

Project Timeline 2020 to Present

The following timeline shows TSMC’s production progress from December 2020 into 2026.

TSMC’s investment to the United States is a masterstroke and a game-changing development for the industry.”

TSMC purchased 1,128 acres of state trust land in December 2020. The acreage is poised to become part of North Phoenix 3500—a

master-planned employment district anchored by a giant semiconductor plant—the catalyst for future commercial development between Carefree Highway and Loop 303, just west of I-17.

“When you think Price Corridor [in Chandler] or you think Silicon Valley, that’s how this area will develop out,” Phoenix Economic Development Director Christine Mackay told Valley Vibe in an early 2021 article.

Phoenix City Council approved rezoning 3,500 acres in October 2020 to allow for construction of the fabrication plants and to prepare

2020 December

TSMC purchased 1,128 acres of state trust land in North Phoenix.

April 2021

Construction began

July 2022

Structural construction of the fab completed.

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for future development of the mixed-use employment hub.

The overall vision for North Phoenix 3500 includes plans for commercial buildout of a business commerce park, as well as commercial developments including retail, hotels and office buildings along the eastern portion of the property bordering I-17.

The site will be accessible from I-17 at

both Dove Valley Road and Carefree Highway, according to plans filed with the City of Phoenix. Two future Loop 303 freeway interchanges are also planned at 43rd and 51st Avenues.

Together, the two fabs are expected to create 10,000 high-tech and high-wage jobs, 4,500 of which will be direct TSMC jobs, as well as more than 10,000 construction jobs.


December 2022

TSMC announces a second North Phoenix fab increasing its investment to $40 billion in Arizona.

First batch of semiconductor manufacturing equipment arrived on site.

2024 2026

Production in first fab slated to begin.

Production in second fab scheduled to begin.

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TSMC Plans to Build Water Recycling Plant

Water to produce microchips have to be taken to an incredibly pure level. And, when the first fab becomes operational in 2024, TSMC estimates it will use 14 million gallons of water per day to manufacture the silicon wafers, the company’s vice president of global affairs, Peter Cleveland, said in response to a question regarding water use and drought concerns during a Greater Phoenix Economic Council webinar.

“We know it’s a lot of use… we recycle a tremendous amount of that―up to 90 percent―so it doesn’t create a negative impact on the allocation,” Cleveland said.

In 2022, the water shortage on the Colorado River prompted the City of Phoenix to activate the first stage of its drought management plan and launch a public education program to educate resident customers on how to

effectively reduce their household water on a voluntary basis. [See “Conscious Watering,” page 22.]

The semiconductor giant has touted its efforts to successfully operate amidst a drought. In 2021, Taiwan experienced its worst drought in over half a century, but through implementation of its emergency protocols, the company says it was able to keep operations running without disruption.

TSMC plans to build an industrial water reclamation plant and wastewater treatment system on the Phoenix site, which will allow for reduced water consumption and wastewater discharge.

“In our manufacturing process, a drop of water is reused an average of 3.5 times… approximately 65 percent of the water used in the Arizona fab will come from TSMC’s in-house water reclamation system, helping to reduce the company’s reliance on

city water resources,” according to a press release from TSMC.

Phoenix Economic Development Director Chris Mackay said the city’s water team has been working closely with TSMC and is not concerned about the plant’s water use.

“It’s a strong partnership between TSMC and the city in being able to do recycling and reclamation with water,” she said. “ We planned our water portfolio to be able to attract high-knowledge intensive highwage multiplier companies into Phoenix,” Mackay told Valley Vibe.

“When we make those decisions for those larger water users, we look at the value of a gallon of water in a job and what is that economic impact going to be to Phoenix over 20 years,” Mackay added.

With TSMC, it’s a $40-billion dollar economic impact.

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Conscious Watering

Phoenix asks customers to make small changes for big water savings

In the midst of a water alert due to supply limitations on the Colorado River, the City of Phoenix is asking residents to do their part to voluntarily reduce water use at home in ways that will minimally impact their lifestyles.

Nearly 60 percent of the city’s water is supplied by the Salt and Verde Rivers, and the remaining 40 percent comes from the Colorado River, where two major reservoirs— Lake Mead and Lake Powell—are at historically low levels and are estimated to continue dropping.

In a series of town hall meetings over the past month, city water officials gathered with residents to discuss its water management plans, along with suggestions for voluntary water conservation.

The driving force behind the drought is temperature, not precipitation, explained Cynthia Campbell, Phoenix City water resources management advisor.

Despite climate change, Campbell said the city has been storing Colorado River underground for many years and has more water available than the three rivers supply, should the need to tap in arise.

“Our water portfolio is actually bigger than what we use in a given year. For about the last 70 years, the city has been carefully cultivating

and amassing a water portfolio that will take us through any kind of cycle of drought,” Campbell said.

The city began its conservation efforts in 1980 and has yet to enact mandates on water use. And, there’s been a growing shift in how residents are choosing more drought-tolerant plants and incorporating less grass into their landscape. The city has seen a 30 percent reduction in

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cap The $300-million Phoenix Drought Pipeline Project is projected to be operational by 2023. This project is being funded by the 2019 tax rate increase to Phoenix Water customers. The new pipeline will supply Salt River water and groundwater to North Phoenix and other parts of the city that currently rely on Colorado River water.

residential water use over the last 20 years, according to data in its Drought Management Plan.

Small Changes, Big Impact

Small, non-costly changes at home can result in significant conservation gains if conscious efforts are made, water officials say.

“You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars and hours and hours of your time to be able to make meaningful contributions to conservation,” said Max Wilson, Phoenix water conservation coordinator.

1. Water outdoors no more than twice a week. An average of 70 percent of water use comes from outdoor use, and the city suggests watering deeply and slowly for plants, and to water at night to avoid evaporation. In the summer, start with watering grass once every three days and adjust accordingly. Find irrigation suggested guidelines at www.

2. Check for leaks at least four times a year. Check faucets and shower heads regularly, and run through your outdoor irrigation settings and cycles to keep an eye out for leaks.

3. Commit to efficient appliances and fixtures. When it’s time to replace your appliances and fixtures, look for the EPA WaterSense label and EnergyStar label.

Goals and Infrastructure Improvements

Phoenix has set a goal to reduce consumption 10 percent by 2030. In October, the city began mailing quarterly water usage reports to residents so homeowners can compare water use with their neighbors.

A $300-million pipeline to get Salt River water and groundwater to North Phoenix and other parts of the city that currently rely on Colorado River water is in final construction stages and anticipated to be operational by 2023. This project was funded by the 2019 rate increase to Phoenix water customers.

More Ways to Save

1 Adjust irrigation controllers monthly based on plant watering needs. Text WHENTOWATER to 33222 for monthly suggestions and reminders from the city on how to water your landscape. [See pages 3 & 20 for irrigation help from local professionals, SonoranScapes and Aloha Irrigation.]

Visit watering to research watering suggestions.

2 Landscape with plants that require less water, and replace grass with turf. [See page 3 for a turf savings offer from SonoranScapes.]

Visit to research drought-tolerant plants.

3 Install smart devices like irrigation controllers and smart leak detectors. And, look for the EPA’s WaterSense label.

4. Calculate the optimal amount of water to use in your home at www.phoenix. gov/waterservices/usagecalculator.

Future solutions may also include recycling water, according to the city.

Water officials have also suggested that a rate increase may be proposed in 2023 to ensure reliable service for future operations and infrastructure.

JANUARY 2023 | 23
In a series of town hall meetings over the past month, city water officials gathered with residents to discuss its water management plans due to the water shortage, along with suggestions for voluntary water conservation.



Located in northern Cave Creek, Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area is a 2,154-acre gem among the Maricopa County parks.

It’s easily accessible by car, and the park offers a number of different trails, and also serves as a gateway to the Tonto National Forest trail system. The area features multiuse trails for non-motorized access and the park connects with the Cave Creek Regional Park via the Maricopa Trail.

If you enjoy hiking, there are many interconnecting trails to choose from of various ratings.

The easiest-rated loop hike is the Spur Cross Trail/Metate Trail Loop which leads to the site of the remains of the Spur Cross Dude Ranch, once

operational in the 1940s–50s. Enjoy the beauty of the Sonoran Desert, including some very large saguaros, the creek crossing and the solar oasis (frog pond) along the Metate Trail, a habitat enhancement made possible by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Water is pumped into the pond from the former ranch using solar energy. The loop hike is roughly 2.5 miles long, but also offers side jaunts along the Fairy Duster, Mariposa Hill and Towhee trails.

The 3.5-mile Dragonfly/Spur Cross Trail Loop, and the 3-mile Tortuga/ Spur Cross Trail Loop are considered moderate trails, and at roughly 7 miles long, Elephant Mountain Trail is the only one rated as extremely difficult, as much of this trail is not maintained.

Plan Ahead Visit the park website at park-locator/spur-cross-ranchconservation-area to download a copy of the trail map in advance. Complimentary trail maps are available at the pay station, and there are some shade structures and restrooms, but no water and rather spotty cell service.

Hike With the Ranger If you’re more inclined to participate in group hiking, the website also lists rangerled hikes that are offered—some of which require pre-registration. [See “Get Out and Hike” on page 25.]

The added benefit of these ranger-led hikes is the educational component, and the added safety of hiking in a group. View the calendar and register at www.

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Try Horse Trail Riding

Arizona Horseback

Adventures located just south of the big parking lot (www. arizonahorsebackadventures. com) and MTM Ranch Horseback Adventures located on the right before entering the park (www., offer another way to take in the beauty of the area.

Whichever adventure you choose, remember to bring plenty of water, let someone know where you plan on going, and plan ahead for contingencies.




41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Road, Morristown 602-506-2930, www.maricopacountyparks. net $7/Vehicle


Desert 101 Hike 9–11:30 a.m. Travel through the Pipeline Canyon by trail to learn about the desert environment. Registration required.


riparian habitat in search of a large variety of cacti species. Registration is required by Tuesday, Jan. 24.


Riparian Hike 11 a.m.–1 p.m.

Hike through the cottonwood trees to reach the saguaro cacti, crossing through the creek on the way. Registration is required by Thursday, Jan. 26.




44000 N. Spur Cross Road, Cave Creek 602-506-2930 $3/Park entrance fee


Flora and Fauna Hike 1–3:30 p.m.

Trek a 2-mile loop through the Dragonfly and Spur Cross trails to stop at various plants and animals along the way. Registration is required by Wednesday, Jan. 4.


Guided Plant Walk 9–11 a.m.

Hike the moderate Mariposa, Spur Cross and Fairy Duster trails in search of common plants of the Sonoran Desert. Registration is required by Thursday, Jan. 12.


37019 N. Lava Lane, Cave Creek 602-506-2930

www.maricopacountyparks.neT $7/Vehicle


Moonlight Hike

6–8 p.m.

Take a 2-mile route along the Overton, Clay Mine and Go John trails to experience the desert under the moonlight. Bring a flashlight. Registration required by Wednesday, Jan. 4.


Guided Nature Hike 9 a.m.–noon

Hike 3.5 miles with Ranger Nikki to learn about the rock formations and saguaros along the Slate, Quartz and Go John trails. Registration required by Wednesday, Jan. 11.


Welcome to the Sonoran Desert 11 a.m.–1 p.m.


Cross Ranch Conservation Area

44000 N. Spur Cross Rd Cave Creek 602-506-2930, ext. 8 www.maricopacountyparks. net

$3/person entrance fee

From Cave Creek Road head north onto Spur Cross Road for about 4.5 miles to the large public parking area on the right.

Crazy for Cacti Hike 8–10 a.m.

Calm your curiosity about the cactus and its survival techniques on the Metate and Spur Cross trails with Ranger Evan. Registration required.


Desert 101 Hike 9–11:30 a.m.

Learn about the unique plants and animals that live along the Dragonfly loop and Spur Cross trail. Registration is required by Thursday, Jan. 19.


Desert 101 Hike 9–11 a.m.

Learn about the desert on a more difficult hike with Ranger Evan. Registration is required by Monday, Jan. 23.


Cactus Hike 10 a.m.–noon

Cross through the desert landscape into

An introductory hike for those new to the desert environment. Registration required by Wednesday, Jan. 18.


Bird Walk 8–10 a.m.

A quiet, easy walk along the park’s scenic trails in search of birds. Following the hike, the “Famous Birds of History and Animation” program will take place in the Nature Center. Registration required.


Cactus Walk

4–6 p.m.

Join Ranger Evan to learn more about the local cactus on a leisurely walk. Registration required by Thursday, Jan. 19.


Night Hike

5–7 p.m.

Take a short hike to see the famous “Michelin Man” cactus on display by the moonlight. Registration required.

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Estate Market Beat
2022 Top 50 Home Sales
& 85087 85086 85085 VALLEY VIBE GRAPHIC
85085, 85086
A ctive listings
combined zip codes
& 85087 increased 159
percent over the same month last year,
months supply
of a more balanced local market. Active Listings are up 159.4% Sold Listings are down 50% Median Sale $ / Sq. Ft. is up 4.8% Months of Supply is up 418.9% Median Days on Market is up 72.3% Year-over-year Comparison November 2022 Market Analysis 85085, 85086 & 85087 Active Listings Nov. 2022 Nov. 2021 371 143 Sold Listings Nov.
79 158 Median $ / Sq. Ft. Nov.
Months of Supply Nov.
Median Days
Sold Price Price/Sq Ft Sq Ft Beds Baths Days on Market
in the
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percent in November.
with more than four
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36 E Zenith Ln Phoenix, AZ 85085 $1,500,000 $372.02
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Deer Valley Unified School District

20402 N. 15th Ave.

Phoenix, AZ 85027


Serving students within a 367-square-mile boundary with 39 schools in Phoenix Glendale, Peoria, Anthem, New River, Cave Creek and unincorporated areas of Maricopa County.



K-6 Campus 33625 N. North Valley Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ 85085 623-223-1335,

Junior High & High School 39808 N Gavilan Peak Parkway 623-289-7911,

A-Rated Charter School, Competitive Sports Programs, Clubs & Activities. Small Class Sizes.


Simple Machine Brewing Company

701 W Deer Valley Rd, Ste 1

Phoenix, AZ 85027


Local taproom serving house-brewed craft beer. Happy hour & food trucks.



Adams Traditional Academy/ Jefferson Preparatory High School K-8 Campus 2323 W Parkside Ln, Phoenix, AZ 85027 602-938-5517,

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Tuition-free public charter school operated by Choice Academies serving Preschool through grade 12.

Caurus Academy

K-5 Campus 41900 N. 42nd Ave. , Anthem, AZ 85086 623-551-5083,

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Tuition-free public charter school. Small class sizes, with a 14:1 student to staff ratio in grades K–2. High school honors courses, extracurriculars and varsity athletics.

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Private Preschool, Kindergarten & Jr. Kindergarten. Microschool Grades 1–3. Spanish, physical education, multi-sensory gymnasium and small class sizes.

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