Queen Creek vehicle thefts reported Aug. 5-12 to MCSO

Above are the general locations of vehicle thefts reported Aug. 5-12 to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office for the community of Queen Creek. Those investigated by MCSO included: Theft from a vehicle, reported at 9:34 a.m. Aug. 7 in the 20100 block of East Silver Creek Lane. Stolen vehicle, reported at 1:30 p.m. Aug. 10 […]

Queen Creek Town Council approves reappointments to boards, commissions

The Queen Creek Town Council approved the reappointment of several residents to the town’s boards and commissions at its Wednesday, Aug. 15 regular meeting. The reappointment decisions were part of the meeting’s consent agenda, The council voted on the consent items in one vote at Town Hall, 22358 S. Ellsworth Road. The council approved the […]

Queen Creek updates road work schedule

Town officials have released the latest schedule of Queen Creek road projects, which includes two closures for electrical and gas line work. Riggs Road drivers will face eastbound and westbound lane shifts from Power to Hawes roads for roadway improvements, 24 hours daily through Monday, Nov. 12. Power Road northbound and southbound lane shifts will […]

Queen Creek no longer investigating inoperable-vehicle complaints on private property

Complaints of inoperable vehicles on private property — including those propped up on blocks with no wheels or with flat tires — are not to be investigated by Queen Creek officials, the town council decided recently. The town receives an average of two complaints a week about inoperable vehicles that are in view from a […]

Black Rock Coffee planned at Ellsworth Loop and Walnut in Queen Creek

A Black Rock Coffee is to be one of the tenants in a three-business complex planned at Ellsworth Loop and Walnut roads, a town planner said at a recent Queen Creek Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. Founded in 2008, the food and beverage company has one Chandler and three Mesa locations, according to br.coffee. The […]

Epcor Water moves to take over as interim manager at Johnson Utilities

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported the vote for the Arizona Corporation Commission. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused. At a July 26 hearing, with a vote of 4-0, the Arizona Corporation Commission voted to approve an interim manager to temporarily take over operations of Johnson Utilities, which […]

Queen Creek/San Tan Valley auto-theft ring suspects arrested

Seven people suspected in the theft of 40 all-terrain vehicles, motorcycles or quads from citizens in the San Tan Valley and Queen Creek areas have been arrested by the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office. They were arrested following a one-month PCSO investigation into an auto-theft ring, officials said. “The investigation started after patrol deputies received a […]

Electrical work to close section of Combs Road next week

Drivers along Queen Creek roads are facing several restrictions this week, followed next week by a full closure of a portion of Combs Road during the night and early morning. Areas motorists should be aware of are: Riggs Road where eastbound and westbound lane shifts will be required from Power to Hawes roads for roadway improvements. […]

Queen Creek Town Council to consider reappointments to boards, commissions

The Queen Creek Town Council will consider the reappointment of three residents to the town’s boards and commissions at its upcoming Wednesday, Aug. 15 regular meeting. The reappointment decisions are part of the meeting’s consent agenda. The council will vote on the consent items in one vote at Town Hall, 22358 S. Ellsworth Road. The […]

Sept. 1 grand opening highlights park’s numerous amenities

The grand opening for Mansel Carter Oasis Park will take place Saturday, Sept. 1, highlighting the amenities available on the 48 acres at 19535 E. Appleby Road, Queen Creek. “From skills and drills on the fields to pick-up games on the courts and demos on the wheel-friendly ramps, Queen Creek’s community partners will be providing […]