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The airport does not currently have a Café operator.
We currently do not have any flight schools based locally at our airport.
Yes, there are 2 General Aviation Maintenance facilities on the Airfield:
The airport does not have any discounted rates with hotels.
No hotels in the Casa Grande area provide shuttle services to the airport.
You will need to call the rental car service of your choice directly:
After-Hours services can be arranged by calling the Airport Terminal Desk at 520-436-3616. Leave a detailed message if necessary. The After-Hours Fee is $150 for the first two hours and $75 for every hour thereafter. (Public Safety Operations are exempt from the After-Hours Fee)
The after-hours phone number is 520-251-3366.
No, you cannot reach Flight Service from the ground. You can call Flight Service on a landline or cell phone from the ground, but, if you are communicating over the on-board radio, you will need to call after takeoff at altitude.
Please refer to the City Fee Schedule for updated fees.
No, the airport does not charge landing fees.
The existing Runway 05-23 is 5,200 feet in length and 100 feet wide. Beginning at the Runway 5 threshold, the runway slopes uphill from an elevation of 1445 to an elevation of 1462 at the runway 23 threshold. This location is the high point of the runway.
Please refer to AirNav for updated fuel prices.
No, the airport does not supply a taxi service. However, there are a number of taxi operations in the local area of Casa Grande, in addition to Lyft and Uber drivers.
The City's swim lesson program is affiliated with the Starfish Aquatics Institute Swimming Program. Classes are offered based on the age and skill level of the participant. See a listing of classes as well as age requirements and prerequisite. For more information or additional questions, please contact our Recreation Office at 520-421-8677.
Yes, any and all groups are welcome at the facility. A Group Use Form (PDF) must be completed and submitted at the time of entry, which will provide staff with the number and skill level of swimmers as well as staff attending. The Group Use Form also outlines the expectations of staff supervision during the visit.
No outside food or drink is allowed inside the Palm Island Family Aquatic Park. If there is a special need or dietary restriction, please consult with management staff on-site. The facility offers a variety of pre-packaged food and drinks concessions that are available for purchase during open swim hours.
Anyone interested in becoming a lifeguard must enroll in the lifeguard training course or have an existing Red Cross lifeguard certification and should apply in the spring through the City website. Applicants must pass the class as well as the skills test, which includes an uninterrupted 300-yard swim, a two-minute water tread, and a 20-yard brick retrieval.
Scholarship funds may be available, and require an application to be submitted in person at the Community Recreation Center at the time of registration.
Candidates seeking election for municipal office will file nomination petitions with the City Clerk's Office. The nonpartisan candidate petition is provided here. It is your responsibility to verify the correct form utilized in the jurisdiction in which you are seeking a nomination. Additional relevant forms for campaign committees can be found on the City Elections page. All other questions about running for local office should be directed towards the City Clerk's Office at 520-421-8600.
In order to serve on a City of Casa Grande Board or Commission, the following requirements must be met.
If you would like to request a waiver for a requirement, a waiver request form (PDF) must be submitted.
The Mayor and Councilmembers shall be qualified electors of the city and shall hold no other public office for which they receive compensation except that of a notary public or member of the National Guard or naval or military reserve. Candidates must have resided in the city for three years next preceding the date of such election or appointment. If the Mayor or a Councilmember shall cease to possess any of these qualifications or shall be convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude, that office shall immediately become vacant.
City employees are not eligible to stand for election or serve as Mayor or as members of the City Council.
Candidates for Mayor must be 25 years of age or older, and candidates for Councilmember must be 21 years of age or older.
The Mayor is pleased to issue Proclamations from the City of Casa Grande to recognize special occasions or outstanding achievements in the lives of Casa Grande residents. Proclamation requests can be emailed to the City Clerks' Office or by calling 520-421-8600. In order to ensure adequate processing time, requests are asked to be made as early in advance of the event as possible. The City Clerk's Office has the right to modify or deny any proclamation request.
See contact information for the City Council
Members of the public have the opportunity to address the Mayor and City Council during the "Public Comment" section of every City Council meeting. Additionally, members of the public are able to address the Mayor and City Council during designated "Public Hearings".
Currently, only the City Council Study Sessions, City Council Regular Meetings, and Planning and Zoning Commission meetings are televised. All Board and Commission meetings are open to the public, however.
All Casa Grande City Council Study Sessions, Regular Meetings, and Planning and Zoning Commission meetings are broadcast live, as well as re-broadcast several times each week. Live meetings can be watched on Cox Channel 11 or on the City website.
City and community events that are filmed can be watched on Channel 11 or on-demand through the City's Youtube Channel.
Video programming can be watched on Cox Cable Channel 11 or online. City of Casa Grande videos can also be watched on-demand, anytime on our YouTube Channel.
Ideas for topics that impact the community are always welcome! All content featured on City communication platforms must comply with relevant standards and policies, but suggestions can be emailed to the Public Information Office or shared by phone at 520-421-8600, ext. 1251.
If you believe that you are the victim of a crime that occurred within the City of Casa Grande and need more information, please contact the Casa Grande Police Department at their non-emergency number at (520) 421-8700. In the event of an emergency or a life-threatening situation, please dial 9-1-1 immediately.
You can obtain an Order of Protection or Injunction Against Harassment at the Casa Grande Municipal Court or through AZPOINT, the Arizona Protective Order Initiation, and Notification Tool. Through this portal, you can quickly and accurately fill out the forms that are needed to request an Order of Protection or Injunction Against Harassment at an Arizona court.
The City Attorney’s Office Victim Services offers free and confidential support to all victims regardless of race, gender identity, age, or income. Victims may contact the City Attorney's Office and ask to speak to a Victim Services Advocate with questions about their rights or how to obtain forms relating to victims' rights.
Continuances of a court date can only be granted by the City Court. You must file a motion with the Court prior to your Court date and in enough time that the Court has time to review and rule on the motion. You may contact the Court with any questions at 520-421-8675.
The laws of the State of Arizona are maintained in the Arizona Revised Statutes.
The City Clerk’s office maintains records of all City resolutions, ordinances, and contracts.
The Casa Grande City Clerk can provide information concerning the City's public records program, and formal requests for public records should be directed to the City Clerk. Request for inspection or copies of public records shall be made by filling out a City of Casa Grande Request for Public Records online.
Casa Grande Municipal Code
Allegations of consumer fraud can be directed to the Arizona Attorney General’s Consumer Fraud division.
No. Attorneys in the City Attorney’s Office represent the City of Casa Grande, acting through its elected officials, departments, boards and commissions, and employees with respect to official City business. Our office does not and cannot represent individuals in private legal matters, cannot provide legal advice to individuals, nor do we provide references to private attorneys. You may be able to find references to attorneys on the Arizona State Bar Association’s website.
For more information regarding public records requests, please contact:
There is no charge to review public records at the municipal facility where they are stored. However, there is a fee for photocopies, audio CDs, videos, photos, and other items. Visit the City's Fee Schedule.
Payment is due when the items are received. The City of Casa Grande accepts payments in form of cash, check, money order, debit, and credit cards (Visa/MasterCard only).
As a rule, the City of Casa Grande responds to all requests for information as quickly as possible. However, it may not always be possible to fill requests for public records right away because records need to be reviewed first to see if they contain confidential information. Despite this, the City of Casa Grande strives to respond to public records requests within 5 working days. However, if the request is very large in scope, spans multiple departments or requires additional preparation or review, it may require more time to process. If so, it will take more than 5 days.
Although most information the City of Casa Grande maintains is public and therefore subject to disclosure, some information is considered to be confidential. As custodians of confidential information, the City of Casa Grande is obligated to protect such things as:
Additional information may be considered confidential and protected from disclosure depending upon the specific information requested and the circumstances surrounding the request.
A Public Records Request Form aids the employee and the requestor by clarifying precisely what information is being requested, as well as documenting what the requestor inspected or received from the City in return.
Request for inspection or copies of public records shall be made by filling out a City of Casa Grande Request for Public Records form (Download the fillable form in PDF format or Word format or fill out a Public Records request online.) You may return the form to Mayra Salamanca at the City Clerk's Office.
Yes! Complete this vendor registration form to receive email notification of open bids, RFQs, and RFPs with the City of Casa Grande!
Candidates seeking election for municipal office will file nomination petitions with the City Clerk's Office. The nonpartisan candidate petition is provided here. It is your responsibility to verify the correct form utilized in the jurisdiction in which you are seeking a nomination. Additional relevant forms for campaign committees can be found on the City Elections page. All other questions about running for local office should be directed toward the City Clerk's Office at 520-421-8600.
Court staff may be able to give you information about your case, but they are not lawyers and cannot give you legal advice. By law, it is illegal for them to advise you about how to handle a case. Court staff does not have the authority to reschedule a court appearance or excuse a failure to appear. If you need advice, you must contact an attorney.
Yes, but you must file any written communication with the clerk, and you must provide copies to the prosecutor. Written communication must include your name and case number. You must clearly state what you want the court to do and why it should be done. If your motion is properly filed, the prosecutor will be allowed ten days to file a response, and the court will rule within a reasonable time after that.
No. Judges are not allowed to talk directly with litigants, witnesses, friends, or family members about a pending case or a situation that might result in litigation. Ethical rules require judges to make sure that both parties are present, with their lawyers, before discussing a case.
Any motion to quash a warrant must be filed in writing. Alternatively, you may surrender yourself to the court and ask to be scheduled for an initial appearance. Please note that you may be required to post a bond. Court employees have no authority to quash a warrant for failure to appear.
If a default judgment is entered against you, your license will be suspended and you will be required to pay a civil penalty in order to reinstate your license. Any request to set aside a default judgment must be filed in writing and must show good cause.
If you need to reschedule a court appearance, you must file a motion to reschedule at least ten business days before the scheduled court date. Please note that if your motion is not granted, you will be required to appear as scheduled. If you file a motion to reschedule later than ten days before your scheduled date, you might risk a warrant (in criminal cases) or a default (on civil charges) if you fail to appear. Please note that court employees have no authority to reschedule a court date.
If you have been charged with a civil traffic violation, a default judgment will be entered against you and your license will be suspended. If your case involves criminal charges, a warrant will be issued for your arrest. Please note that court employees have no authority to excuse a failure to appear.
Keeping track of your court dates is up to you. However, if you have forgotten your court date, court staff may be able to provide that information if you know your case number. If you do not remember your case number, court staff might be able to help you find it. However, in some cases it may be difficult to find your case, such as if there is an error in the spelling of your name. It is always best to keep your case number handy.
Yes. If you have any pending cases with the Casa Grande City Court, it is your responsibility to keep your address current. If you fail to provide the Court with the appropriate contact information, you may not receive notification regarding your case. This could result in a warrant being issued for your arrest, or a default judgment being entered against you.
If you do not speak English, are hearing impaired, or require any other form of special accommodation, please let a Court employee know so that we can make appropriate arrangements before your court appearance.
Defensive driving school must be completed at least seven (7) days prior to the court date on your traffic ticket. To locate a school near you, visit AZ Drive or call 888-334-5565.
Fines are typically due on the date they are imposed. If you are unable to pay in full, you may apply for a payment contract and you may be subject to a credit check to determine your ability to pay. If you are granted a payment contract, a time payment fee of $20 and a court security fee of $20 will be added to your total fine.
You can make payments in person at the Casa Grande City Court at any time during normal business hours. The Court accepts payments in cash, money order, cashier's check, Visa, and MasterCard.
You can also make payments online.
You can leave your payment in the form of a money order or cashier's check in the Court's drop box, located on the wall to the right of the main entrance to the Casa Grande City Court. Please include the Defendant's name and case number on the payment. Do not leave personal checks or cash in the drop box.
You can mail your payment to the Court in the form of a money order or cashier's check. Please include the Defendant's name and case number on any payment by mail. Do not mail personal checks or cash to the Court. If you would like a receipt for your payment by mail, you must include a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your payment, and the receipt will be remitted to you by mail.
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Leadership Academy is offered one time per year over eight weeks from January through March. Classes are open to Casa Grande residents who are 18 years of age and older. Registration for each Leadership Academy class opens in October.
The contact for all City-related media inquiries is the Public Information Office. You may reach the public information office at 520-421-8600, ext. 1251.
All water reports for Copper Mountain Ranch water company will be in the documents center.
Please contact the Finance Department at 520-421-8601.
If you are located in the Casa Grande service area it is likely that you have service through Arizona Water Company. Please contact them at 520-836-8785.
If you have Copper Mountain Ranch Water Company, please contact Public Works at 520-421-8625 or use our online system to report an issue.
Please contact the Finance department to set up your billing account.
Find your polling place.
The committee is liable for a late penalty of $10 for each day the filing is late during the first 15 days after the deadline and $25 for each subsequent day that the filing is late. Penalties accrue until the late report is filed.
To register a new candidate committee, file a Statement of Organization within 10 days after qualifying as a candidate committee. A candidate qualifies as a Candidate Committee if the candidate receives contributions or makes expenditures, in any combination, of at least $1,100 in connection with that candidacy.
Campaign finance reports must be filed in accordance with campaign finance laws as long as the candidate committee is active. All committees are subject to late filing penalties. Once a Committee Termination Statement is filed, campaign finance reports are no longer required to be filed.
In 2017, contribution limits increased and an individual, partnership or political action committee may give $6,350 to a local candidate.
Arizona Revised Statutes §16-901-16-938
Arizona Secretary of State Campaign Finance Handbook for Candidate Committees (PDF)
Registered voters may place their names on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL). An early ballot will automatically be mailed to voters on the PEVL approximately 27 days prior to the City’s August and November elections. For further information, please contact the Pinal County Recorder’s Office at 520-866-6830.
Voter registration and early voting are conducted by the Pinal County Recorder's Office. For further information, please contact the Pinal County Recorder's Office at 520-866-6830. Individuals can also register to vote or update existing registration online.
At least 277 and not more than 553 signatures of qualified registered voters of the City of Casa Grande.
Mayor: $1,166 per month
Council Members: $540 per month
One Mayoral seat
Three City Council seats
Visit our reservation site to reserve a Ramada or multi-use field for practice.
Ramadas must be canceled at least 7 days in advance. No refunds or credits will be issued after this deadline.
To reserve a Multi-Use Field for tournaments or games, leagues are required to submit a League Application. Applications can be obtained by emailing our Community Services department.
The Arizona Game & Fish Department requires all fishers to have a General Fishing or Combo Hunt/Fish License and enforce the following daily bag limits: two catfish, two trout, one bass (13-inch minimum), five sunfish, one white amur (30-inch minimum), statewide limits apply to all other species. Children nine and under do not need a fishing license.
Buy a license.
At the primary election, any candidate who shall receive a majority of all the votes cast at such election shall be declared elected to the office for which he or she is a candidate, and no further election shall be held.
City Ordinance No. 3059 – Adopted the Methodology below for calculating the majority of all votes cast:
If at any primary election there be any office or offices to which no candidate therefor was elected, then, said election shall be considered to be a primary election for the nomination of candidates for such office or offices, and a second or general election shall be held to vote for candidates to fill such office or offices.
The candidates, not elected at such first election, equal in number to twice the number to be elected to any given office, or less if so there be, and who received the highest number of votes for the respective offices at such first election, shall be the only candidates at such second election.
At 7:00 p.m. at the first regular meeting during the month next following the General election, which will be December 2, 2024.
At least 342 and not more than 683 signatures of qualified registered voters of the City of Casa Grande.
Complete candidate packets will be made available on September 12, 2023, online at casagrandeaz.gov and in hardcopy upon a request to the City Clerk’s Office, 510 East Florence Blvd., Casa Grande, Arizona, by appointment, 520-421-8639.
March 9, 2024, at 8:00 a.m. in the City Clerk’s Office, 510 East Florence Blvd., Casa Grande, Arizona.
April 8, 2024, at 5:00 p.m. in the City Clerk’s Office, 510 East Florence Blvd., Casa Grande, Arizona.
*Note: A Candidate Statement of Interest Form must be filed at the City Clerk’s office prior to collecting Nomination Petition signatures.
July 8, 2024 – last day to register to vote in the Primary Election.
October 7, 2024 – last day to register to vote in the General Election.
July 10, 2024 – first day that early ballots are mailed for the Primary Election.
October 9, 2024 – first day that early ballots are mailed for the General Election.
Voter registration and early voting are conducted by the Pinal County Recorder’s Office | Election Department. For information on voter registration, please contact the Pinal County Recorder’s Office at 520-866-6830, email email@example.com, or access the following website for assistance:
Pinal County Recorder's - Register to Vote
Voters registered in the AEVL will automatically be mailed an early voting ballot approximately 27 days prior to the City’s August and November elections. For further information or to place your name on the AEVL, please contact the Pinal County Recorder’s Office at 520-866-6830 or visit their website at Pinal County Recorder’s Office.
To register a new candidate committee, file a Committee Statement of Organization within 10 days after qualifying as a candidate committee. A candidate qualifies as a Candidate Committee if the candidate receives contributions or makes expenditures, in any combination, of at least $500.00 in connection with that candidacy.
In 2023-24, contribution limits increased and an individual, partnership or political action committee may give $6,650 to a local candidate.
A.R.S. § 16-927. Campaign finance reporting period:
The committee is liable for a late penalty fee of $10.00 for each day the filing is late during the first 15 days after the deadline and $25.00 for each subsequent day that the filing is late. Penalties accrue until the late report is filed.
This information is provided as a courtesy by the Casa Grande City Clerk’s Office. It is intended to assist in meeting the requirements for candidacy. However, it is the candidate’s responsibility to ensure that all legal requirements have been met. The City Clerk’s Office cannot render legal, financial, or other professional advice.
Contact Community Services for an approved list of vendors.
Consumption of alcoholic beverages within Peart, O'Neil, Nutt, and Elliott Park requires a permit. Permits are free and issued to the responsible party for the event. Permits must be obtained in person at the Parks and Recreation Office.
There shall be no amplified music without prior approval from the Community Services Director (City Ordinance 12.04.040)
No, the trail system on Casa Grande Mountain is only for use by hiking, biking, and equestrian means. The use of motorized vehicles is forbidden and posted on-site.
Event organizers planning events with over 150 people in attendance at city parks or on city property are encouraged to complete the Special Events Application and send it to the Community Services Department in order to schedule a meeting with the Special Events Committee.
Special Events Policy and Application
The City allows ramadas to be reserved in any City park that also has a restroom amenity. Reservations can be made online or in person at the Community Recreation Center, 1905 N Peart Road There is a fee of $6.25 per hour to reserve a ramada and a minimum of a four-hour reservation is required. Payment is due at the time of reservation and a notice of seven business days is required for all reservations. For questions, please contact the Recreation Office at 520-421-8677.
You will need to contact the Finance Department to stop your billing by calling 520-421-8601, by emailing Account Information, or by visiting in person at 510 E Florence Boulevard, Building B.
The Finance Department will need to set up your account first before we begin services. Visit our "Start New Service" page to begin the process or contact the Finance Department:
The budget is an ongoing process combining citizen input, Council vision and direction, and staff recommendations to meet community needs. The City of Casa Grande is required by law to adopt a balanced budget that is open to citizen input and participation. Each resident can have a voice in deciding what the budget will be spent on and how it will be paid for before it is adopted.
The Financial Services Division prepares billings for all city services customers including wastewater, sanitation, irrigation, landfill, airport leases, business licenses, other miscellaneous services and the Copper Mountain Water Company.
Learn more about starting, operating and growing a business by visiting our business page or the Arizona Commerce Authority's Small Business Services page. Their free online Checklist Program is designed to help you easily navigate information on what you need to know, who you need to contact and where you need to go to license your business in Arizona. It also includes contact information to statewide resources and assistance to accelerate your business growth.
Yes, you can receive your City of Casa Grande billing statements via email. To sign up, send an email with your name, account number and billing address to our Account Information Email.
No, the volunteer program is for administrative office duties and Public Education programs.
The fire hydrants are owned by the Arizona Water Company. You can call them at 520-836-8785 and they will supply the paint to repaint them as they currently are. The colors on top of the hydrant signal the Fire Department as to what size fitting to use for proper connection in case of a fire. You cannot block a fire hydrant in any way with shrubbery or plants. Fire hydrants must be easily accessible.
No, the Fire Department does not have a car seat program.
The Fire Department does not replace smoke alarms of any kind. You will need to contact an electrician or handyman for replacements.
No, we do not take them. Your pharmacist can provide mail back sharps containers when they fill the prescriptions for injectable medications.
It is the policy of the Fire Department that we do not send out trucks for birthday parties.
A smoke alarm is a device that detects smoke and sounds an alarm to alert people nearby that there is a potential fire. All smoke alarms are pretty much similar in their function but may vary slightly by manufacturer. You can find some basic smoke alarm safety precautions on our Smoke Alarm Safety page.
Yes, we provide tips for disaster preparedness.
Yes, we provide a helpful guide.
Yes, the Dave White Golf Course hosts many tournaments throughout the year. Please call 520-836-9216 to check availability of dates.
Yes, the Dave White Golf Course Pro Shop has a fully stocked bar and soft drink cooler, as well as a small menu of food items. The facility also provides an on-course beverage cart.
Tee times can be booked up to five days in advance by calling the Pro Shop at 520-836-9216 or can be booked online.
Yes, there is a PGA Certified Instructor who offers lessons at an hourly rate. Private and group lessons are offered. The rate is $35 per lesson or $120 for a group of four people.
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Yes, with our mobile print service, you can use your computer or mobile device to print to the library’s printers from anywhere. Simply submit documents for printing and come to the library to release and pick up your document using your library card.
The library has various opportunities for volunteers throughout the year. Please contact the library or stop by to pick up an application. In-person and virtual tutoring opportunities are always available.
You can pay online with a credit card or PayPal. You'll need your library card and PIN to pay online.
Library materials may be renewed in one of four ways.
There are a variety of rooms available at both library branches. Reserve space online up to two weeks in advance. If you have questions, please contact the library.
The Main Library does have a fax machine and offers a faxing service.
Yes, we have wireless Internet.
The library has public access computers with Internet access. You need a library card with a pin or a valid government issued photo ID.
Anyone residing in Pinal County can get a free library card. Just provide a photo id and proof of address (usually a driver's license with address, or if it isn't updated, a photo id with a piece of mail or utility bill).
No person shall burn, incinerate, bury, dump, collect, remove or in any other manner dispose of rubbish, garbage, green waste, or waste, except with special permit, within the limits of the City. No person shall throw, discard or deposit any refuse or waste in or upon any street, alley, sidewalk or vacant ground, or in or upon any canal, irrigation ditch, drainage ditch or other watercourse.
A.2. Unlawfully interferes with, obstructs or tends to obstruct or renders dangerous the free passage or use, in the customary manner, of any stream, public park, parkway, square, sidewalk, street or highway in the City, and is no less a nuisance because the extent of the annoyance or damage inflicted is unequal.
No person in a park shall bring in trash from other areas for the purpose of deposit in the park and no person shall dump, deposit, or leave any beverage containers, broken beverage containers, ashes, paper, boxes, cans, dirt, rubbish, waste, garbage or refuse, or other trash. No such refuse or trash shall be placed in any waters in or contiguous to any park, or left anywhere on the grounds thereof, but shall be placed in the proper receptacles where these are provided; where receptacles are not so provided, all such rubbish or waste shall be carried away from the park by the person responsible for its presence and properly disposed of elsewhere.
D. Floodway areas shall be preserved from any and all destruction or damage resulting from clearing, grading, or dumping of earth, waste material, or stumps, except at the discretion of the City Council.
Yes. The gas company requires the city to inspect the line prior to turning your service back on. We will require a basic sketch of the gas line location, depth, pipe size, and materials used. Please call the City Development Center for more information.
To request a building inspection, please complete the online form in its entirety. The City does not provide same-day inspections. Inspection requests received by 11:59 pm will be scheduled for the following business day. Please have all work completed prior to requesting your inspection. Inspectors can arrive any time after 6 am until 3:30 pm. A re-inspect fee may apply if the inspector arrives and work is not ready for inspection.
It depends on the scope and costs of the work. Some permits have a flat fee such as, swimming pools, electrical permits, and solar permits. Other permits are based on the valuation of the work being done that is figured using the International Code Council valuation table. All City building fees are posted on the City website or you can call the City Development Center if you'd like an estimate of fees for your project.
Yes. If you are the owner of the property you may act as your own contractor. Part of the application process will ask you to sign affirming the following per the Arizona State Statute:
"I am the owner of the property. I am doing the work myself or with duly licensed contractors. The improvements to the property are intended for occupancy solely by the owner and are not intended for occupancy by members of the public, as the owner's employees or business visitors, and the structures or appurtenances are not intended for sale or for rent."
The City's building code allows the construction of certain small detached accessory structures that are limited in height and which do not have utility connections (i.e., electric, water, sewer) without obtaining a building permit. For residential properties, the structure cannot exceed 200 square feet; and for commercial properties, the structure cannot exceed 120 square feet in size. However, you are required to obtain approval from the Planning Department to confirm that it meets the size and height limits and complies with the required setbacks from your property lines.
The City of Casa Grande does not mediate landlord/tenant issues. For these issues you may want to contact The Southwest Fair Housing Council at 520-798-1568; the Arizona Attorney General's Office [Tucson 520-628-6500 / Phoenix 602-542-5263]; or the U.S. HUD office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity at 800-347-3739.
he City does not provide any homebuyer assistance programs, however; persons interested in purchasing a home may want to contact the State of Arizona at 602-771-1000 regarding their assistance with the "HOME PLUS" program and the "Pathway to Purchase" programs or contact a realtor who may work with government assistance loans and programs.
The City of Casa Grande does not have a rental assistance program. For emergency rental assistance, please contact Community Action Human Resources Agency (CAHRA) at 520-466-1112 or Community Bridges, Inc. (CBI) at 520-426-0888. For Veterans, you may also contact National Community Health Partners (NCPH) at 520-876-0699 and speak to them about the "Housing for Heroes" assistance. For long-term rental assistance such as "Section 8" or other HUD rental assistance programs, please contact the Pinal County Housing Authority at 520-866-7201.
The OOHR program is dedicated to abating or correcting housing issues that relate to the health and safety or accessibility of the homeowner who resides in the home. Repairs are determined on a case-by-case basis and include but are not limited to roof repairs, heating and A/C repairs, shower modifications, structural repairs, plumbing repairs, and electrical repairs, etc.
Income-qualified homeowners can apply for assistance with necessary and emergency repairs (health and safety, or accessibility issues) by completing an application for the Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation (OOHR) program with the City Community Development Division. Applications can be picked up at the Housing Office (510 E Florence Boulevard, Casa Grande, AZ 85122); or you may call 520-421-8670 to have an application mailed to your home.
The City map that is found on the Planning Department web page illustrates the city boundary as a dashed yellow line. You can use this map to determine if your property is located within or outside of the City of Casa Grande municipal boundaries. Your mailing address may reference Casa Grande but that does not necessarily mean that your property is actually located within the City limits.
Understanding where your property lines are located is critical when placing any structures on the property as the City's zoning regulations require that minimum setbacks be maintained for all structures from your property lines. The most reliable way to know the location of your property lines is to hire a surveyor to create an accurate property survey. Less accurate methods include reviewing the Location Improvement Corticated that is created with many home sales and provided at loan closing or a review of the City's Geographic Based Information (GIS) mapping which reflects property boundary information supplied by the County's Assessor's Office.
Information regarding proposed land developments can be found on the Projects Under Review Map located on the Planning Department's web page. Buildings that have received permits to begin construction can be found on the Building's Under Construction Map also located on the Planning Department's web page.
You can find ownership information at the Pinal County Website.
The allowable uses for each property differ depending on the specific zoning district that the property is located within. These uses can be found by reviewing Title 17 (Zoning) of the City Code or by calling the City Development Center and speaking with a planner.
You may find the zoning of your property on the City’s Interactive Zoning Map that can be accessed from the Planning Department’s web page. You will need to have either the property address, or the Assessor’s Parcel Number, to assist in the zoning search.
Yes, but you will need to fill out a Public Improvement Permit Application and construct it in a specific location and to specific construction standards.
Yes, but the City Code limits each single-family home to one driveway access to the street unless special approval is granted. Driveway access ways for multifamily, office, commercial and industrial uses also need approval by the Planning Department. You should contact the engineering or planning staff at the City Development Center for information regarding the specific approval and permitting process for new driveways.
In general City sewer mains run down the middle of streets and alleyways although occasionally sewer mains are located within easements located on private property. The City maintains a map of all City sewer lines which is displayed on the City Geographic Information Systems (GIS) system. You can contact the engineering review staff at the City Development Center for information regarding the specific location of City sewer lines near your property.
Street rights-of-way vary in width depending on whether the street is a local, minor collector, major collector, minor arterial or major arterial. You can contact the engineering review staff at the City Development Center for specific right-of-way location for your property.
You can determine whether your property is located within a Special Flood Hazard Area by visiting FEMA's Flood Map Center. The City will issue a formal written determination as to whether your property is located within any Special Flood Hazard Area if you file a Flood Area Determination application which also can be found on the Planning Department web page. If your property is located within a Special Flood Hazard Area you may be eligible to purchase Flood Insurance.
According to City Code 8.12.160 Unsightly Premises - Visible to Public, the City does not allow properties to become visibly unsightly. So the items would have to be relocated indoors, to a storage unit, in a screened area in your rear or side yard or disposed of.
According to the Property Maintenance Code Section 302.4 Weeds, the premises shall be maintained free from weeds in excess of 12 inches for residential properties and 24 inches in undeveloped properties. So yes you may report properties that have weeds in excess of these heights and the City will require the property owner to cut or remove them.
According to City Code 17.56.010C Parking of Inoperable or Unlicensed Vehicles in Residential Areas, only licensed and operable vehicles may be parked in the driveway but the vehicle can be relocated and worked on in a screened area of the rear or side yard or within your garage.
According to City Code 8.12.050 Parking on Front Lawn, vehicles shall not be parked or stored within the front or corner side of the yard other than on a driveway surface. You can expand your paved driveway to accommodate more vehicle parking as long as it does not exceed 50% of the front yard area.
Recreation vehicles may be parked in your side or rear yard or within your garage.
According to City Code 17.56.010D RV Parking in Front Yard, a recreation vehicle shall not be parked in any front or corner side yards.
Use our online system to report an issue, or call the Casa Grande Police Department at 520-421-8700. If you have any information that would lead to the identification of "taggers" and want to remain anonymous you can call Silent Witness at 520-836-2100.
For other information about the graffiti abatement program please call 520-421-8711, ext. 6570.
Bring a state-issued ID card or Drivers' License and $10. Fingerprinting is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 am to noon.
Casa Grande Police Department373 E Val Vista BoulevardCasa Grande, AZ 85122Phone: 520-421-8700
If you would like to submit an information tip, please call 520-421-8700 and request to speak to the on-duty supervisor. If you would prefer to maintain confidentiality, please submit an anonymous tip.
If you would like to file a complaint or commendation on a police officer, please visit the Public Safety Facility Information Lobby or call 520-421-8700 and request to speak to the on-duty supervisor.
If you would like to request a Citizen Ride-Along, please visit the Public Safety Facility Lobby and complete a Citizen Ride-Along form. This form will be reviewed, including a background check, and a department representative will contact you.
If you would like to request these services for your organization, business or school, please contact the Community Policing Office at 520-421-8711, ext. 6760.
If your vehicle was impounded by the Casa Grande Police Department per ARS 28-3511, please visit the Public Safety Facility Information Lobby located at 373 East Val Vista Boulevard. Please bring proof of vehicle insurance, vehicle registration and a valid driver's license. You will also be required to pay $150. Cash, credit or check is accepted.
If you would like to pick up any found or seized property, please visit the Public Safety Facility (Monday through Thursday, 8 am to 4 pm) located at 373 East Val Vista Boulevard, Records Office. Please bring a valid form of picture identification and any relevant documents.
Learn more about the requirements to become a Police Officer
Submit an application for an open position
If you want a copy of a police report, please visit the Public Safety Facility Records Office at 373 East Val Vista Boulevard, Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. You may also email the Records Office.
If you have an emergency, please dial 911. If you would like to report a crime, please call CGPD at 520-421-8700. For specific types of low-priority crimes or incidents, citizens can now report them online.
Yes! We are located at 202 E 1st Avenue, our phone number is 520-426-9300 and we have a beautiful facility with animals for adoption. When calling The Casa Grande Animal Care and Adoption Center you must leave a message and we will return your call as quickly as possible.
Animal Control has a stray island drop-off area located on Main Avenue. If you find a stray animal, bring it down to the stray island, place the animal in a kennel and lock the kennel door. There are forms attached to the kennel doors to leave information, i.e. your name, and where and when you found the animal. We do not allow feral cats or owned animals to be placed in the drop-off area; this is for strays only.
We do not encourage feeding stray cats. As we like to say at animal control, "if you feed them, they will come and bring friends". We do not respond to cats at large, but have live traps available to rent, or we recommend that you purchase one at a local business. You can trap Sunday night through Thursday night, provided there are no holidays that fall on those days. When you have trapped a cat, simply call Animal Control, leave a message telling us that you have trapped a cat, give your name, address, and phone number and we will pick up the cat at no charge. We require you to shut down traps by 7 am during the warm summer months, and by 10 am during the cooler months.
Yes! The City of Casa Grande has a low-cost spay / neuter program available, and at times other programs are available. Contact Animal Control and we will be happy to give you the options available.
The Benefits of spaying or neutering your pet are numerous, such as living longer healthier lives, preventing cancer, less likely to roam, possibly better behavior and much more.
Learn more at the ASPCA
Bad behaviors can result from many things such as boredom, lack of training, separation anxiety, health issues, and much more. If a behavior pops up suddenly and is not normal behavior for your pet, check with your veterinarian to make sure a health issue is not the cause. Obedience training is another great way to curb unwanted behaviors. Check online for local classes. The internet offers many different ideas and tips for do-it-yourself training to help you change those behaviors.
Due to the large number of strays that are brought to animal control every month, we are limited in the number of owned animals we can take in. Though we try to accommodate as much as possible, you may want to look for other places to rehome your pet. You can utilize the local newspaper or social media to place an ad. You can also check with a rescue—you can find many online. When turning over an owned animal to Animal Control, there is a fee to surrender an animal.
Dogs can get out of yards by jumping, digging, breaking through old fencing, or simply walking through an unclosed gate.
Some ways to prevent this from happening include making sure that you do not have things close to the fence that a dog can get up on to jump the fence, such as tables, landscape, or unwanted items. Check your fencing regularly for any breaks, looseness, or holes. If your dog is a digger, you may need to bury some fencing under the ground to stop your dog from escaping. If you have gates that open easily or are hard to keep shut, you may need to put a lock on them so that your pet is secure. Your local Animal Control Officers have many ideas about keeping your animals home and safe. Give them a call—they are happy to help.
We have a beautiful dog park located near Rodeo Road and Pinal Avenue; this is the only park within the city where dogs can run off-leash. The city ordinances and state laws do not allow for a dog to be at large. All dogs are to be restrained by a leash or enclosure.
We do not issue kennel licenses in the city of Casa Grande, making 4 pets the limit within the city.
Yes, the city of Casa Grande requires all dogs and cats to be Rabies vaccinated and licensed. There are many low-cost vaccine clinic opportunities. Contact Animal Control for information on clinics, or visit your local veterinarian. To purchase your pet's license, bring your rabies certificate to:
Animal Care and Adoption Center202 E First AvenueCasa Grande, AZPhone: 520-426-9300
We encourage you to seek the advice of your veterinarian on other vaccines available. Although we believe some to be very beneficial, this is a decision for you and your veterinarian to make.
We are required to have potable water (drinkable water) at all times for our pets. Some tips to help the dog who loves to tip over the water to lay in it:
In the Arizona sun, a metal container will quickly heat your pet's water, causing your pet not to drink even though it is there. A 10% loss of body water can cause serious illness in an animal, so whatever trick works for your pet is worth the effort.
The inside of a doghouse in the Arizona sun gets very hot. It is important to have available shade outside of the doghouse where your dog can rest. Your dog may use the dog house if that is the only shade available, but remember they can be much more sensitive to heat than you. Check the temperature inside the doghouse.
Whenever a dog or cat bites someone and breaks the skin, it must be quarantined for ten days. The location of the quarantine is determined by many things, such as:
Your local Animal Control officer will work with you to determine what is the safest location for your pet to be quarantined.
Whenever a dog or cat bites any person, the incident shall be reported to the Police Department or Animal Control Officer immediately by any person having knowledge of the bite.
Yes, it is unlawful to harbor or keep any animals that disturb the peace by loud noises at any time day or night.
"Our inquiry must determine whether the noise would disturb a person of ordinary sensitivities; that is … not merely because it offends some super sensitive or hypercritical individual, but because it is, by its nature, of a sort that is a substantial interference with (our old friend) the reasonable man." Arizona Court of Appeals in State v. Singer, 945 P.2d 359 (1997).
Many things can get a dog barking. Is the dog barking only at certain times? Is there a lot of foot traffic near your area? Is the dog in distress? You may want to talk with your neighbor; they may be unaware that the dog is creating a problem with its barking. Sometimes people unintentionally become complacent and don't realize that it may be bothering others. You can also contact Animal Control and we can do a "knock and talk" with the pet owner to assist you.
Heatstroke is a leading cause of summer pet deaths. On a warm day, the temperature inside your car can reach 160 degrees in a matter of minutes-even with the windows partially open. Pets don't perspire like humans, they pant to cool off. With only hot air to breathe (enclosed car), pets can quickly suffer brain damage or die from heatstroke.
Walking your dog in the heat of the day can cause very painful burns that can take weeks to heal. sidewalks can reach more than 150 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer. Walk your dog in the early morning or later in the evening, Temperatures above 90 degrees are too hot for walking.
Some rules to follow:
Contact the Animal Control Department as soon as possible and leave your name, address, home phone number, work phone number, and a description of your animal.
Search the area near your home. Post signs in your area and post on local social media to help get the word out that your pet is lost.
Remember, you are your pet's best friend. Provide identification. If your pet ever does get loose, the license can help ensure a safe return. A cat or dog picked up and placed in the City Animal Control Impound Facility that is not wearing a current license is deemed unowned. An unowned animal or "stray" is held for 72 hours (three days) and is then open for adoption.
To stop your billing you will need to email the Finance department or call 520-421-8601, or come in person to 510 E Florence Boulevard Building B.
The City of Casa Grande is responsible for 33 traffic signals located in the city limits, however, ADOT is responsible for traffic signals that are located on state highways within the city limits, such as those along Pinal Avenue and Florence Boulevard East of Interstate 10. To report a problem with a city traffic signal you can use the city's online system to report an issue. To report a problem with an ADOT traffic signal please call 520-838-2841.
A computerized pavement management system is used to store the condition data of all roads. The system utilizes a computer model, which predicts the proper time to perform preventive maintenance work. Staff then inspects the roadways proposed by the system and determines which will be treated based on available funding.
The Finance Department will need to set up your account first before we begin services. Begin the process online or contact the Finance Department:
Mail the form to:
City of Casa GrandeAttn: Finance/Autodraft510 E Florence BoulevardCasa Grande, AZ 85122
No, the City of Casa Grande Landfill does not accept glass for recycling. You may take the glass to:
RAD Maricopa Waste and Recycling Center46250 West McDavid RoadMaricopa, AZ 85139
The City of Casa Grande Landfill will accept these separated materials (batteries, latex water-based paint, fluorescent light bulbs, and electronic equipment) for recycling for residents only.
The City of Casa Grande Landfill does not accept diabetic lancettes or sharps. Please call Healthcare Medical Waste at 520-316-9207 for disposal.
The City does not dispose of or recycle used motor oil or antifreeze. Checker Auto, Auto Zone, O'Reilly Auto Parts, and Pep Boys will accept used motor oil from residents for recycling.
The City of Casa Grande Landfill does not accept tires. Please call Pinal County Waste Tire Collection at 520-866-6685 for information on how you can dispose of your tires.
Please call Public Works at 520-421-8625 or submit an online service request and we will try to direct you to the appropriate department.
Complete the Request a Building Inspection form online for building inspections.
Please call Public Works at 520-421-8625 or use our online system to report an issue.
The City will collect refrigerators or other appliances with Freon for residents only. Please call to schedule the collection of your items prior to the date of your zone's uncontained scheduled service. Please note that there will be a $30 fee applied to your account to recover the cost of Freon removal. Residents may also dispose of appliances at the landfill provided that you understand there is a $30 fee due at time of disposal to recover the cost of the Freon removal unless; the appliance has been labeled certified by AHRI/UL to meet EPA's minimum requirements for recycling and/or recovery equipment. The landfill accepts the following forms of payment; cash, check, visa or master card. A Refrigerants Form will need to be filled out when bringing the item to drop off or for pickup.
Please provide a current trash and sewer utility bill; you must be current on your account. You will also be asked to provide your driver’s license.
Yes! Please contact the City of Casa Grande Landfill at 520-421-8628 for information on roll-off or 30-yard container. Contact Public Works at 520-421-8625 for a 6-yard container. Rental fee rates and sizes of available containers may vary.
The landfill will accept clean soil and other inert fill material such as asphalt millings or ABC gravel - for Residents only.
Alternative Recycling Locations
The city has been in discussions with potential vendors who may be able to provide recycling services in the future. We are also working to find other potential processors and end users for these materials.
City workers will not be collecting the blue recycling bins after the last scheduled recycling pick up. You may keep the blue bins or bring them to:
Public Works North Operations Center3181 N Lear AvenueCasa Grande, AZ 85122
If a customer keeps their blue bin, recycling materials will not be picked up after a customer's last recycling pickup date.
Keeping the recycling program would have added about $3 a month to all trash and sewer bills regardless of whether a customer took part in the recycling program.
About 26% of customers take part in the city's recycling program.
In 2018, a vendor paid the city $18 a ton for our recycled materials. Our lowest bid this year would have required the city to pay a vendor $67 per ton for recycled materials, plus cover the cost of transportation and a fine of $50 a ton if a load was contaminated with non-recyclable material.
The cost of recycling programs for municipalities has increased substantially after China, the largest buyer of recycled materials, announced it was limiting imports due to environmental concerns. You can read more about the effect China's new policy is having on the U.S. recycling market here and here. As a result, it's becoming too expensive to collect, transport, and process recycled materials that have little or no market value.
Recycling pickups will be suspended as of July 1, 2019. Notices of the last pickup date will be placed in the blue recycling bins prior to the last pickup.
The city is suspending the current recycling program until a more effective, efficient, and economically viable means of recycling is found to replace the current program.
Please use our online system to report an issue of code violations.
More information on code violations
For a complete list of materials and guidelines please refer to the Landfill Rules and Guidelines.
Schedule an uncontained bulk item collection. Please call 520-421-8625 or use our online system to report an issue no later than Friday at 4 pm prior to the scheduled service date in your zone.
There is no fee to replace your container. Public Works will replace damaged containers with a used container that is in better condition or they will attempt to repair your container.
Please contact the Public Works Department to request a replacement container at 520-421-8625 or use our online system to report an issue.
Uncontained Trash Collection Map and Schedule (PDF)
ADOT has a maintenance facility in Casa Grande and can be reached at 520-836-2240.
ADOT maintains Pinal Avenue / Highway 387 and Florence Boulevard underpass where it turns into Gila Bend Highway also known as Highway 84.
Home Owner's Associations are responsible for the water retention basins in their developments. The retention basins are meant to retain the water to help keep the roads from flooding in the areas.
If you are experiencing a mosquito issue due to standing water you can call Pinal County Environmental Health at 866-287-0209 or 520-866-7066.
You may also report the area online via the Pinal County Website.
You can enter your address to find your scheduled service days on the Street Sweeping Map (PDF).
Download or view the schedule (PDF)
Sand is available at the Public Works SOC (South Operating Center) located at 314 E 1st Please note that bags are not available - only sand. Residents are encouraged to bring their own heavy-duty bags and shovel. Bags can be purchased at Home Depot or Lowe's.
Sand and bags are available to the public at the NOC (North Operating Center) 3181 N Lear Avenue Please note that bags are limited to 20 per household. We ask that you always be prepared and bring your own garbage bags, sandbags, ties, and shovels. Bags can be purchased at Home Depot or Lowe's.
The City Of Casa Grande is responsible for trees that are part of roadway landscaping owned by the City. Homeowners and Home Owner Associations are responsible for trees on their property or in common areas within a subdivision. City Code requires the property owner to care for and maintain their trees growing in or adjacent to the public right-of-way.
For more information please see the Tree Trimming Guide (PDF).
You can report a street light out by using the city's online system to report an issue. or by calling 520-421-8625. Please provide a thorough description of the location such as the closest address, and nearest cross streets.
The City can spray the manholes near homes experiencing sewer roaches. If you continue to have a problem we recommend that you call a pest control company to treat the home. Please call Public Works at 520-421-8625 or use our online system to report an issue.
The wastewater treatment facility no longer has a manhole accessible to the public per EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) restrictions.
See a list of current locations in Arizona
The City will check the main sewer line before you call a plumber. The City is responsible for the main sewer line. The property owner is responsible from the tap in of the main sewer line to the home.
If you are experiencing sewer backup problems, please call the Public Works Facility at 520-421-8625 during business hours of 8 am to 5 pm, after hours please call the Police Department at 520-421-8700.
The Recreation Division offers classes throughout the year and opens registration and viewing for new courses each Spring, Summer, and Fall. Registration and classes are available online through the Active Net Portal, our Seasonal Recreation Guide also offers a full list of up-to-date Recreation Programming.
View current offerings
Dogs are allowed in all City parks as long as they are on leash and properly supervised. Pet owners are responsible for cleanup of their animals.
Almost all events offered by the City are completely free of charge to attend and participate in. Any events that do require a fee will be specified in the event description. Additionally, outside vendors do attend some City events and may charge for goods or services.
Search and register online for a class or program offered through the Recreation Department. Class names, schedules, requirements, and fees are listed for each offering. Registration is available online for all classes, an account be created through the Active.com portal. Once this account is created, family members can be added and all payments and registrations can be made. Registration is also accepted in person at the Recreation Office. For any questions, contact the Recreation Office at 520-421-8677.
To reserve a sports field or open space, please visit the Recreation Office and obtain a Field Request form. This form lists all fees and requirements for use of City fields. Fees vary based on desired use and field preparation requests. Lights are included in the hourly fee for field use and will be scheduled with a 15-minute grace period following the end of the rental. The Field Request form must be completed in full with payment at the time of reservation. To check the availability of fields, please contact the Recreation Office at 520-421-8677.
Ramadas at multiple City Parks may be reserved online or in-person at the Community Recreation Center no less than seven (7) business days prior to the date of use. Payment is required at the time of reservation request.
Parks with Reservable Ramadas:
Parks with First Come First Serve Ramadas:
Reserve a ramada online.
Renewals are due January 1.
Ensure your business information is current, including mailing address, owner / officer information, and location details. ADOR strongly encourages taxpayers to enroll to file and pay online via the AZTaxes.gov website for easier renewals and faster processing. State law requires taxpayers with multiple business locations to renew their TPT licenses electronically.
Every business licensed with ADOR is required to renew its Arizona TPT license, which is due January 1.
The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) sends renewal letters to businesses to renew their Arizona Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) License. The renewal process begins in November.
If the business is closed, the license must be canceled to avoid the renewal requirement, as well as applicable fees and penalties. If the location is closed, the location needs to be removed from the license to avoid the renewal requirement, as well as applicable fees and penalties.
Out-of-state sellers that meet the thresholds (Marketplace facilitators $100,000; Remote sellers $100,000) for sales to customers in Arizona in either the current or prior calendar year are required to renew their TPT license.
Go to AZTaxes.gov. Log in using your username and password. Click "License Renewal" in the 'Action' section of your Business List or select "License Renewal" on the left-hand navigation bar. (You will need the pertinent information for renewal, any changes, payment information, and your e-signature PIN.) For further assistance on completing a license renewal through AZTaxes.gov, view our video tutorial at azdor.gov.
No. Marijuana excise tax licenses do not need to be renewed, but marijuana TPT licenses must be renewed through AZTaxes.gov.
Yes. Marijuana TPT licenses must be renewed through AZTaxes.gov. Please note: Marijuana excise tax licenses do not need to be renewed.
To update your owner or officer information, please complete a Business Account Update Form.
Renewal license fees are annual and based on the cities / towns where your business operates. Every year, the fees are reviewed and based on the ordinance of each city / town.
Renewal License Fees