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Pinal County Recorder Dana Lewis Prepares Voters for Upcoming Election

Pinal County Recorder Dana Lewis wants to ensure every eligible voter in Pinal County is prepared to exercise their right to vote. She has been making a concerted effort to educate the public on what it requires to be ready to cast your vote, where to vote, and the options of early voting in that and other elections this year. 


Recorder Lewis explained, "Unlike other elections, those wishing to cast their vote in our version of a presidential primary election, what we call the Presidential Preference Election, must be registered as a Republican or Democrat. By state law, registered independents and other parties are exempt from this election, which is considered part of the nomination process. For this reason, they are restricted to registered voters within the parties appearing on the ballot." Continue reading

Board of Supervisors Non-profit Grant Program Now Accepting Applications

Each year, the Pinal County Board of Supervisors provides contributions through the General Fund to eligible organizations whose projects align with the county's strategic goals. Projects and organizations should contribute to the county's cultural, social, and economic vitality by addressing a community need and promoting benefits to the general public as opposed to a special interest or persons.


Contributions may be made to any governmental agency or to a nonprofit corporation that enjoys and maintains federal tax-exempt status as long as all monies are utilized for the purpose determined to be public by the Board.


Applications for FY 2024/25 are being accepted until Monday, March 11, 2024, at 5:00 p.m. When submitting your application, please be sure to include all of the required attachments in order for your project to be considered for funding.

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Accepting Letters of Interest and Resumes for Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 Vacancy

Letters of interest and resumes are now being accepted to fill a vacancy created by the resignation of Justice of the Peace Lyle Riggs. Pinal County Board of Supervisors will be appointing a Justice of the Peace to fill the portion of J.P. Riggs' term until the General Election.


To be eligible for appointment to this vacant office as Justice of the Peace, Arizona law specifies that each potential candidate meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a legal Arizona resident living within Precinct 4, Western Pinal District Justice Court
  • Must be registered to vote
  • Must be able to read and write the English language and
  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Must be a registered Republican
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Preserving Our Future

Open House in San Manuel

Pinal County Development Services will be in San Manuel this month to kick off their series of "Preserving our Future Open House Meetings" to inform county residents about the Road Maintenance and Improvement Fund.


📅 Thursday, Feb. 22

⏰ 5:00-7:00 pm

📍 San Manuel Community Center- 111 5th Avenue San Manuel, AZ 85631

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"Roving Retirees" Vendor Fair Coming to Florence on February 12

The Pinal County Attorney's Office is hosting a vendor fair to bring resources and vital information to the Florence Gardens community. The "Roving Retirees Vendor Fair" will take place on Monday, February 12th, from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm.


The event will feature resources such as fraud and senior safety presentations, healthcare information, multiple vendors, a blood drive, and prescription drug drop-off. Additionally, shredding services for sensitive documents will be available between 9:00 am and 11:00 am.

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Get Your Library Card and Explore All There is to Love About Pinal County Libraries

February is Library Lovers Month, and there is so much to love about Pinal County libraries! With a Pinal County library card, you get access to books, audiobooks, events, and so much more.

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Wide Open Opportunity

Find your purpose in Pinal County with a career that directly serves your community!


From entry-level to management, there is an opportunity for you in Pinal County. Apply today at pinaljobs.com.

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Events & Updates

ADOPT | FOSTER | VOLUNTEER

Score a New Best Friend

Free Adoptions During Puppy Bowl Event

Pinal Pets

Let Us Introduce You to Caroline

Caroline is a two-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier and Australian Cattle Dog mix who has been at the shelter for around four months. She is a sweet girl who participates in our public dog walking program, and she has learned to walk well on a leash.


If you would like to set up a meet and greet with Caroline, contact PCACC at 520-509-3555 or stop by the shelter.

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Pinal County Board of Supervisors

Upcoming Board of Supervisors Meetings:


  • Regular Session - Feb. 21
  • Regular Session - Mar. 6
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Watch this Week's Regular Session Meeting from Feb. 7

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District News & Updates

District 1 | Supervisor Kevin Cavanaugh Hosting Hayduke Building Ribbon Cutting

Please Join the Pinal County Board of Supervisors and the Coolidge Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 36, for a ribbon cutting and memorial dedication of the 1938 Historic Hayduke Building in Coolidge.


📅 February 21st, 2024 at

1:00 p.m.

📍1938 Historic Hayduke Building, 392 S. Main Street, Coolidge, AZ 85128

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District 5 | Supervisor Jeff Serdy Hosting Cleanup Event

Supervisor Jeff Serdy and Pinal County Development Services, proudly present a

free residential and alley cleanup event Event for Dudleyville and surrounding area residents.



📅 February 16-17, 2024

⏰7 a.m.- 12 p.m.

📍Dudleyville Transfer Station, 8195 N HWY 77, Winkelman

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