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Free Landscaping Class April 22nd

| April 10, 2017
Creating curb appeal or an inviting backyard oasis can be as simple as signing up for the free Homeowner Landscaping 101 class on Saturday, April 22nd from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Coyote Branch Library, 21699 W. Yuma Street, Suite 116 in Buckeye, AZ. Landscaping in the desert is much different than other states, and selecting the right plants along with the proper drip irrigation system is essential for…

Buckeye Youth Council Visits Washington, D.C.

, | March 27, 2017
Six members of Buckeye’s Youth Council spent their Spring Break in Washington, D.C. attending the National League of Cities annual conference. They attended numerous workshops on topics such as diversity, lobbying and advocacy, and trust building. Also on the agenda was a meeting with staff from Congressman Raul Grijalva’s office where they discussed policy interests and civic engagement. Staffers inspired each member of the youth council to make working in…

Buckeye City Council selects Klingler as City Manager

, | March 8, 2017
The Buckeye City Council selected Roger Klingler as its next City Manager at their regular meeting last night. Mr. Klingler started his career in Buckeye in 2014 as the assistant city manager, and became the interim city manager in August of 2016. Mr. KIingler’s experience also includes ten years as assistant city manager in Scottsdale, as well as the general manager of Water Resources and Intergovernmental Relations there. “Roger has…

Buckeye PD Joins West Valley Crisis Intervention Coalition

, | March 1, 2017
In April 2016, the Buckeye Police Department, along with seven other neighboring police departments, joined forces to form the West Valley Crisis Intervention Team (WVCIT). The goal of WVCIT is to train local police officers with the skills needed during an intervention, specifically when interacting with individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. The group was created in response to the 2015 “President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing,” report which…

Fry’s Food & Drug adds second location in Buckeye

, | February 21, 2017
The city of Buckeye welcomes Fry’s Marketplace as the anchor at the Village Grove at Verrado shopping center, located on the northwest corner of Jackrabbit Trail and Indian School Road. The new Fry’s will be approximately a 125,000 square foot store and will serve more than 250,000 residents within a 15-minute commute. The location is the latest prototype for Fry’s and will feature a fueling station, apparel, wine tasting bar,…

Buckeye: One of AZ’s Top 10 Safest Cities

, | February 16, 2017
Buckeye is now listed as one of the top ten safest cities in Arizona, according to a report by the National Council for Home Safety and Security. Overall, the city ranked as the tenth safest in the state, and took the number two spot on the list with populations of over 50,000. In order to identify the safest cities in Arizona, the council reviewed the most recent FBI Uniform Crime…

Help shape the future of Buckeye

, | February 7, 2017
The future of Buckeye is in your hands as the city plans for growth over the next twenty years. Projections indicate the city of Buckeye’s population could increase to over 250,000; adding nearly 100,000 new homes and 78,000 new jobs by 2040. Although 2040 seems a long way off, it will be here before you know it. That’s why the city is updating its General Plan now, and needs your…

Registration is Open for Buckeye Youth Sports

, | February 6, 2017
  Spring is in the air. The weather is great and it’s the perfect time to get outside and enjoy the outdoors by participating in one of the city of Buckeye’s Spring Youth Sports Leagues. Registration is now open for: Recreational (co-ed) soccer for youth ages 4 through 12 This program emphasizes FUN and de-emphasizes winning at all costs. Every child is guaranteed playing time and the game is taught…

Arizona Supreme Court at Youngker High School Jan. 24

, | January 18, 2017
The Arizona Supreme Court will be holding oral arguments in two separate cases at Youngker High School in Buckeye on Tuesday, January 24.  This is a rare opportunity witness the judicial branch of government at work and watch attorneys present real cases to the state’s highest court. The justices have identified two cases to be presented and attorneys representing each side will be given 20 minutes to present their arguments.…

Updated Information on Water Hotline Cases

, | December 8, 2016
The City of Buckeye is committed to providing reliable and affordable water for its residents now and for the future.  We are dedicated to ensuring that our water is of the highest quality. We also strive every day to provide excellent customer service to all of our residents. We understand that some of our customers have experienced gaps in this area and the city implemented a “Water Hotline” on October…

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