Queen Creek seeking vendors for spring events

The beautiful spring weather brings increased outdoor events and the town of Queen Creek is seeking vendors to help make the events fun and exciting for everyone. Queen Creek Block Party The annual Queen Creek Block Party will take over Ellsworth Road in Town Center from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday, March 3. Drawing more than 5,500 […]

Lugo is new commander for MCSO in Queen Creek

Capt. Greg Lugo was appointed as the new commander of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office District 6-Queen Creek, taking command on Monday, Jan. 29. With more than 17 years in MCSO, Capt. Lugo plans to build upon the town’s foundation related to public safety. “We’re excited to welcome Capt. Lugo to Queen Creek,” stated Mayor Gail Barney. […]

Investments in Queen Creek Fire & Medical Benefit Residents and Businesses

The Queen Creek Fire & Medical Department is celebrating 10-years of service, and they have been quite busy ensuring they provide quality services to residents and businesses. In 2017, QCFMD opened a replacement station in Town Center, a new fire station in the northwest area of town and hired 15 firefighters. Each of the investments […]

Queen Creek continues to be good place to live, residents say in survey

Residents in Queen Creek are overwhelming pleased with the community, with 98 percent reporting that QC is a good or excellent place to live, and 97 percent rating the quality of life as excellent or good on the 2017 Citizen Survey. Traffic and road congestion were cited as the areas with the greatest need for improvement at […]

Queen Creek’s bond rating affirmed as the town prepares to fund transportation improvements

Standard & Poor’s and Fitch Ratings, leading providers of credit ratings, both affirmed the town of Queen Creek’s AA rating and stable outlook after completing independent reviews. The bond rating affirmations are significant as the town prepares to issue an excise tax bond to fund critical infrastructure improvements. During the Dec. 6 town council meeting, […]

Queen Creek’s Love Bug Dance Feb. 9 to celebrate Valentine’s Day

You are invited to celebrate the day of love, friendship and family with your little “Love Bug” at the Town of Queen Creek’s Valentine’s Day Love Bug Dance  from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 9at the Queen Creek Recreation Annex, 21802 S. Ellsworth Road. There will be music, crafts, games, a light dinner and lots of […]

Queen Creek Fire & Medical hosts event Jan. 27 to celebrate 10-year anniversary

  Meet your firefighters at a community event celebrating the Queen Creek Fire and Medical Department’s 10-year anniversary on Saturday, Jan. 27. The event will be held 9-11 a.m. at Fire Station No. 1, 20678 E. Civic Parkway. Attendees will have the opportunity to tour Fire Station No. 1, check out the various emergency vehicles, observe […]

Citizen Leadership Institute grads offered night out Jan. 13 at QCPAC

Mix and mingle with your neighbors and friends before enjoying a night of fun with Jimmy Travis The town of Queen Creek will co-host an event for graduates of its Citizen Leadership Institute on Saturday, Jan. 13, with the Queen Creek Performing Arts Center. Graduates will receive a complimentary ticket to experience Jimmy Travis, One […]

Changing of the guard – Queen Creek honors MCSO’s Munley on retirement

Sheriff’s office commander’s last day is Friday, Dec. 22 After 32 years in law enforcement, Capt. Dave Munley, the commander of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office District 6 – Queen Creek, is retiring. Capt. Munley has served as the commander of MCSO District 6, Queen Creek’s dedicated substation, since May 2016. “Capt. Munley has been […]

Celebrate safely this holiday season, warns Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office

The holiday season has arrived with cheerful music, colder weather and holiday festivities. Many holiday parties involve alcohol and the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) District 6 – Queen Creek  encourages residents to celebrate safely this holiday season. To help raise awareness that driving with any alcohol in your system can be dangerous, the National Highway Traffic Safety […]