San Tan Valley Area Information

Through emails, text messages and phone calls, scammers are targeting their victims and they're using the COVID-19 pandemic to get the job done. It's ...
Scammers claiming to be Pinal County Sheriff deputies have once again been placing fake calls to residents, demanding payment for missed jury dut...
Amid the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the Corporation Commission continues to alert investors to be on guard against an anticipated surge of...
This tax season, officials are warning consumers to protect themselves from the IRS imposter scam and the W-2 phishing scam. Both can happen to anyone...
While many are celebrating with friends, family, and neighbors, it's important to ensure your safety this holiday season.  The Pinal County ...
After three bomb threats in the last week and a half at Mammoth-San Manuel PK-12, the series of hoaxes show a disheartening trend.First, a threat was ...
Cooler temperatures are predicted. When the heater comes on particles/ rapid temp changes/ or dust can cause a rude awakening.  Here ar...
Having a plan for an emergency is crucial to being prepared. An emergency doesn’t have to be a natural disaster.
Using the phone application “FaceApp” has blown up on social media over the past week. But experts are warning that the fun of instantly aging a person’s photo can come with a catch.
From windshield wipers to taillights, certain car checks are critical as we enter the monsoon season. Below you will find the most important steps drivers can take to protect their cars and stay safe during our wild weather season.
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office would like to warn everyone about a scam.
While the monsoon season officially stared a couple of weeks ago, storms can develop at any time.
More than 35 million Americans move each year. Moving can be a stressful and expensive experience, and it can quickly turn into a nightmare if you become the victim of an unscrupulous moving company. Moving scams can result in lost or damaged possessions, hundreds or even thousands of dollars in “extra” fees, and hours/days of wasted time.  
The Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division is urging MVD customers to be careful when looking up websites for motor vehicle services. Copycat websites not operated by the MVD may charge for services people can otherwise get for free.
Are you ready, Arizona? Monsoon season is back.
As the school year ends and graduations take place, many Arizonans will be looking for quick employment, some for the first time. 
According to the US Fire Administration, over half of home grill fires start on patios, terraces, screened-in and unenclosed porches, balconies, and courtyards. These home grill fires cause an estimated $37 million in property loss each year.
Summer is right around the corner, and with it comes an increased risk of wildfires along state highways caused by motorists dragging chains, driving on underinflated tires and tossing cigarettes.
Rural Metro Fire was alerted this morning to a scam targeting San Tan Valley residents. A call is received from what appears to be a Rural Metro Fire Department phone number.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich wants to warn Arizonans about pet adoption scams.
santanvalley_logo_17.png is your #1 resource for anything in and around San Tan Valley, AZ.  Focusing on uniting and promoting all that San Tan Valley has to offer for our visitors and residents, provides you with local area information & events, local business information, travel ideas, news, traffic alerts, deals, and more!

© 2020, is owned & operated by MyBizNow LLC. All Rights Reserved. Material displayed is not to be used without written permission by representatives. You may not reproduce or communicate any of the content on this website, including articles, content, images and files downloadable from this website, without the written permission of representatives. Opinions and comments posted by viewers do not reflect the opinions of