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 Fountain Hills, AZ

Fountain Hills, AZ Moving Company

Pinks Moving offers professional solutions with our focused team of Fountain Hills movers. With services from  residential to commercial local moving, we can handle any needs you have. As an Fountain Hills moving company, we know the area very well and will be able to provide a wide range of moving tips to help you along the way.

Moving to Fountain Hills, AZ

Fountain Hills is a town in Maricopa County, Arizona, USA, neighboring the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community and Scottsdale, AZ. The population is 24,669, as of the 2006 Census. It was the eighth fastest-growing place among cities and towns in Arizona between the 1990 and 2000 census. It has the world’s fourth tallest fountain. The town has two annual fairs, a local art fair and the Fountain Hills Great Fair which incorporates arts and a carnival. Each year the town’s fountain is dyed green in celebration of St. Patrick’s day.

Fountain Hills has a Council-Manager system. The current Mayor of Fountain Hills is Jay Schlum, elected in Mar 2008. The current Town Council consists of the Mayor and six Councilmembers: Vice Mayor Dennis Brown, Councilmembers Henry Leger, Tait Elkie, Dennis Contino, Ginny Dickey and Cassie Hansen. Rick Davis is the Town Manager. Among other council appointed staff are Town Attorney Andrew McGuire and Town Magistrate Mitchell Eisenberg.

The town does not have its own law enforcement. They are patrolled by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office with the elected Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who lives in town.

Fountain Hills, AZ Moving Services

Look no further than Pinks Moving for the top Fountain Hills moving services. We can help you pack, move, and even store your belongings during your transition to a new home. We everything more simple, so you can relax throughout the entire  process.

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Pinks Moving & Storage is your local and long distance mover.  We understand how difficult it can be to relocate….

MOVING SERVICES

Pinks Moving & Storage is your local and long distance mover.  We understand how difficult it can be to relocate….

STORAGE

When you store your belongings with Pinks Moving & Storage, we inventory, label and store everything ourselves…

JUNK REMOVAL

Everyone has junk, and no one wants to hang on to it longer than necessary. But getting rid of it can be such a headache….

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Demographic Info for Fountain Hills, AZ

 POPULATION

24,729
0.976% 1-YEAR GROWTH

MEDIAN AGE

59.4
1.02% 1-YEAR INCREASE

 POVERTY RATE

4.58%
10.6% 1-YEAR INCREASE

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

$85,200
4.49% 1-YEAR GROWTH

MEDIAN PROPERTY

VALUE

$402,100
0.667% 1-YEAR DECLINE

 EMPLOYED POPULATION

11,289
4.05% 1-YEAR GROWTH

Places to Eat in Fountain Hills, AZ

Crowning Glory Tea Room

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Bone Haus Brewing

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Sun Baked Food 4 The Soul

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Oka Sushi

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Things to Do in Fountain Hills, AZ

Fountain Hills Botanical Garden

Fountain Hills Botanical Garden is an eight-acre public botanical garden owned by the city of Fountain Hills, showcasing nearly 30 varieties of plants unique to the American Southwest desert region
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McDowell Mountain Regional Park

McDowell Mountain Regional Park is a public park spanning more than 21,000 acres throughout the northern Fountain Hills region, offering opportunities for a variety of seasonal outdoor recreational activities.
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Fountain Hills Lake Overlook Trail

Fountain Hills Lake Overlook Trail is an urban multi-use trail that spans 1.5 miles throughout the heart of the Fountain Hills community. The family-friendly hike begins at a public parking lot and trailhead near Fountain Lake and Panorama Boulevard
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Dixie Mine Trail

Dixie Mine Trail traverses the grounds of the former Dixie Mine, which was originally established in 1877 for the purposes of mining quartz. The mine continued to operate throughout much of the 20th century until its sale to McDowell Mountain Regional Park in 1977.
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