Preserving Paradise Valley From Julie Pace

Response To Recent Events Nears Paradise Valley 

As the community continues to heal from the recent events that occurred in downtown Scottsdale on May 30, many residents are seeking answers on its potential impact to Paradise Valley. During these uncertain times, it is important to put what we have learned into action and always prepare for the future as we position ourselves, and our Town, for success. The Town of Paradise Valley is privileged to have dedicated first responders who are on duty every day and night.

The number one priority of any municipality is public safety and ensuring the protection of its residents. As our Town’s population continues to increase over the past few years, it is important to ensure our heroic first responders continue to be supported. There are two ways you can show support.

First, please consider sending a card or note of support to our concierge Paradise Valley Police Department by mailing it to Chief Pete Wingert at 6433 E. Lincoln Drive Paradise Valley, Arizona 85253-4328, or send emails with positive messages to our Town’s police department to

Second, the Town is very committed to supporting the Police Department and its needs. An additional way, however, to help our local law enforcement is to donate to the Paradise Valley Public Safety Foundation (PVPSF). The Foundation utilizes donations to purchase equipment and other resources for the Paradise Valley Police Department. Donate Now | The Paradise Valley Public Safety Foundation, Inc.

Take a few minutes to honor our first responders for the job that they do to protect us. We honor their dedication, commitment and invaluable service to the Town of Paradise Valley.

PACE: A tribute to the men and women who serve in our armed forces
By Julie Pace
On Memorial Day, the Town of Paradise Valley was able to participate and honor the military veterans and all those who have served in all branches of service, along with their families, who sacrificed and did so much to provide the freedoms, democracy and integrity for our country.
As town residents are likely aware, every Memorial Day, there is a special Memorial Day service that occurs at the Camelback Cemetery on McDonald Drive across from Kiva School in Paradise Valley. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE.
Paradise Valley Town Council adopts tentative budget at $64.2M
The Town of Paradise Valley has passed its tentative budget for fiscal year 2020-21, setting the next financial prospectus at $64.2 million.
Paradise Valley Town Council and municipal officials have been working on fine-tuning the budget for several weeks, as loss of revenue from COVID-19 has severely impacted sales tax projections. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE.