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Click on the Cover of the January 14, 2019 Issue to view The San Tan Times, or scroll down to see each article!

Johnson Utilities A+ Effluent Discharge

Lasst week, EPCOR notified ADEQ that because the onsite basins were full and current users did not have any additional capacity, some of the effluent would need to be discharged to Queen Creek

First Of Its Kind Roadmap for P-20 Education Funding

The Roadmap represents consensus on the major investments needed for P-20 education by 2030.

Road Work & Travel Advisory

Little change for road construction, but several projects are scheduled for completion with a further update next week.

Real Estate Hot Sheet

We highlight recently sold properties in the San Tan Valley and Queen Creek areas. The column has been revised to now include beds, baths, and size of the home.

Fishing Report

The Week Of January 14th, 2019. At lakes above 7,500 feet in elevation, anglers should check ice conditions before heading out.


This meeting is scheduled to take place after ADEQ issued an advisory for residents after recycled water had been discharged from the Pecan Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant.

How Manufactured Housing Is Assessed

Pinal County, in conjunction with the county’s Department of Housing and Workforce Development, will conduct a series of public meetings.

Animal Control Volunteers And Wish List

We are working to finish these projects and need your help. Please visit our Amazon wish list for a full list of items we desperately need:

Weather Forecast January 14 - 20 2019

The temperatures have warmed up but it looks like a wet week in the valley. Be prepared for some rain over the next few days.