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Population of Arizona Cities

City Incorporation County Population Yr Incorporated

Apache Junction City Pinal 32,776 1978

Avondale City Maricopa 81,299 1946

Benson City Cochise 4,833 1929

Bisbee City Cochise 5,991 1902

Buckeye Town Maricopa 47,261 1929

Bullhead City Mohave 40,868 1984

Camp Verde Yavapai 10,849 1986

Carefree Maricopa 3,862 1986

Casa Grande Pinal 41,152 1915

Cave Creek Maricopa 5,428 1986

Chandler City Maricopa 247,140 1920

Chino Valley Yavapai 11,078 1970

Clarkdale Town Yavapai 4,263 1957

Clifton Town Greenlee 2,451 1909

Colorado City Mohave 4,750 1985

Coolidge City Pinal 10,261 1945

Cottonwood Yavapai 11,412 1960

Dewey-Humboldt Yavapai 3,822 2004

Douglas City Cochise 17,515 1905

Duncan Town Greenlee 774 1938

Eagar Town Apache 4,488 1948

El Mirage City Maricopa 24,751 1951

Eloy City Pinal 12,750 1949

Flagstaff City Coconino 60,222 1894

Florence Town Pinal 20,781 1908

Fountain Hills Maricopa 25,227 1989

Fredonia Town Coconino 1,125 1956

Gila Bend Town Maricopa 1,831 1962

Gilbert Town Maricopa 216,449 1920

Glendale City Maricopa 251,522 1910

Globe City Gila 7,197 1907

Goodyear City Maricopa 59,508 1946

Guadalupe Town Maricopa 5,948 1975

Hayden Town Gila 814 1956

Holbrook City Navajo 5,081 1917

Huachuca City Cochise 1,963 1958

Jerome Town Yavapai 353 1889

Kearny Town Pinal 3,297 1959

Kingman City Mohave 27,817 1952

Lake Havasu City Mohave 56,553 1978

Litchfield Park Maricopa 5,126 1987

Mammoth Town Pinal 2,573 1958

Marana Town Pima 34,466 1977

Maricopa City Pinal 45,571 2003

Mesa City Maricopa 463,552 1883

Miami Town Gila 1,778 1918

Nogales Santa Cruz 19,573 1893

Oro Valley Pima 43,465 1974

Page City Coconino 6,928 1975

Paradise Valley Maricopa 14,990 1961

Parker Town La Paz 3,174 1948

Payson Town Gila 15,486 1973

Peoria City Maricopa 157,960 1954

Phoenix City Maricopa 1,567,924 1881

Pima Town Graham 2,165 1916

Pinetop-Lakeside Navajo 4,536 1984

Prescott City Yavapai 42,697 1883

Prescott Valley Yavapai 38,535 1978

Quartzsite La Paz 3,481 1989

Queen Creek Maricopa 24,361 1989

Safford City Graham 9,823 1901

Sahuarita Town Pima 22,913 1994

San Luis City Yuma 24,909 1979

Scottsdale Maricopa 235,371 1951

Sedona City Yavapa 11,599 1988

Show Low City Navajo 12,324 1953

Sierra Vista Cochise 43,320 1956

Snowflake Town Navajo 5,673 1948

Somerton City Yuma 12,346 1918

South Tucson Pima 6,013 1940

Springerville Apache 1,992 1948

St. Johns City Apache 3,607 1946

Star Valley Gila 1,970 2005

Superior Town Pinal 3,335 1976

Surprise City Maricopa 92,897 1960

Taylor Town Navajo 4,139 1966

Tempe City Maricopa 175,523 1894

Thatcher Town Graham 5,002 1899

Tolleson City Maricopa 7,199 1929

Tombstone City Cochise 1,566 1881

Tucson City Pima 541,811 1877

Tusayan Town Coconino N/A 2010

Wellton Town Yuma 1,911 1970

Wickenburg Maricopa 6,620 1909

Willcox City Cochise 3,799 1915

Williams City Coconino 3,305 1901

Winkelman Town Gila 429 1949

Winslow City Navajo 9,867 1900

Youngtown Town Maricopa 4,896 1960

Yuma City Yuma 90,041 1914

Arts & Culture

Scottsdale Area Attractions (See tab below)

Visitors to the area should consult this guide to its attractions, including parks, entertainment venues, casinos, museums and the Phoenix Zoo

Scottsdale Art Galleries (See tab below)

Comprehensive guide lists local galleries and provides a description of the type of art represented. Contact each gallery for details.

Center for the Arts

Find out about the center, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the arts festival.

Food & Drink

Malee’s On Main-Thai Bistro

Their Chefs have spent the majority of their lives honing a craft that can only be referred to as art, in its truest form. At Malee’s they always select from the freshest ingredients for the highest level of quality as we shape each dish into expressive works.

7131 E. Main Street, Scottsdale


Bandera’s Scottsdale Restaurant

For a tasty dinner, try this casual, high-volume spot. The rotisserie chicken is my favorite.You can see the birds rotating around and around just inside the window before you walk through the door. They have a large variety ofSalads, Fresh Fish not to forget the Garlic Mashed Potatoes and Grilled Artichoke.They have a wonderful bar that you can sit at while waiting for a table.

3821 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251

480. 994-3524


Rancho De Tia Rosa

The Main Restaurant and Cantina is designed to make you feel like you are stepping into a beautiful Mexican Hacienda in the heart of Guadalajara, Mexico. There are elegant fountains, fireplaces, outside courtyards, stained glass windows and tall ceilings with massive hand-hewn beams and lots and lots of wood. It is painted in bright Mexican colors, with lots of colorful ceramic tile, plastered walls with straw and decoration that Dennis and Liz have collected from their many trips to Mexico. It is 8,000 square-feet of fun and great food!Enjoy the Margarita Bar while you wait to be seated.

3129 East McKellips Road, Mesa, AZ 85213-3132
480. 659-8787


Divine Wine Bar

The have a wonderful menu eclectic menu with many tapas that will satisfy your appetite along with entertainment on certain night during the week.

The word about D’Vine is spreading like wildfire on the streets.  Their skilled servers can identify your personal tastes and help make recommendations to enhance your experience. Their motto: “Make wine approachable”. No wine snobs, no point systems. The best wine we carry is the one YOU like.

Located in the “Village at Las Sendas” shopping center on the

2837-101 N. Power Road, Mesa, AZ 85207

NE corner of Power & McDowell in Mesa



BaciItalian Bistro

They serve the finest Pizza, and “True Authentic” Italian Food in the East Valley Since 2002!  They also service Mesa, Queen Creek, Chandler, Higley, Scottsdale and Phoenix.

18256 East Williams Field Road, Higley, AZ 85236
(480) 988-1302


Brio Tuscan Grille

Love this place, especially the Happy Hour with many Tapas to choose from. BRIO brings the pleasures of the Tuscan Country Villa to the American City. The Italians built their spacious country villas to escape the pressures of urban life and enjoy “La Dolce Vita” – the good life.

They would mingle with family and friends and eat freshly prepared food from their grounds while surrounded by natural beauty. In just that manner, Brio offers its guests “La Dolce Vita.”

2150 E. Williams Field Road, Gilbert, AZ 85295
(480) 917-9177


The Olive Mill

This is a great place for lunch.At the base of the San Tan Mountains in Queen Creek’s storied farm community the Queen Creek Olive Mill is Arizona’s only working olive farm & mill. While we produce a boutique hand-crafted extra virgin olive oil using 9 varieties of olives, our passion is creating a great experience for our guests. The gourmet marketplace is a treasure of local foods, unique gifts and farm-casual dining. Stroll the olive grove, tour the mill.

25062 S. Meridian Road, Queen Creek, AZ 85242




I have always liked the fun atmosphere of Oregano’s especially the Tempe Location.Fodor’s Road Guide USA: “Italian. Sinatra often croons in the background at this extremely popular pizza joint filled with 1950’s memorabilia. The main attraction here, Chicago-style pizza, comes in two varieties – stuffed deep dish and thin-crusted. The Pizza Cookie, a hot chocolate chip cookie topped with ice cream, literally melts in your mouth.”

523 W University Dr., Tempe, AZ 85281

(480) 858-0501


Tutti Santi-Phoenix

Chef Nina Vincenti’s style of cuisine and renowned sauces made with classic ingredients makes this a very delectable experience.My favorite is Nina’s Ravioli’s with a great glass of Chianti wine.They have many locations around the valley

7575 N. 16th Street, Suite 5, Phoenix, AZ http://www.tuttisantiristorante.com/Tutti_Santi_by_Nina/Benvenuti.html

Double Overtime Sports Grille

This is a Great Sports Bar with many, many HD TVs.  I would recommend the Portobello Burger at this Restaurant.They opened in the Spring of 2008 and is in a Great Location, with great views both inside and outside.If you’re coming for a view of the Fountain this is the place to come eat for traditional American food with a view.

16872 E Ave of the Fountains # 107, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268-8313
(480) 287-5900



Fairfield Inn – Scottsdale-Downtown

AAA-approved inn has 218 rooms and self-service laundry, and serves a free continental breakfast. Consult a list of area attractions and a map.

Inn Suites Scottsdale

Near the Fiesta Bowl and the Desert Botanical Gardens. View photos, read room descriptions and breakfast buffet options, and check rates.

Gainey Suites Hotel

Luxury suites are located in Gainey Ranch. View photos, check out the many amenities, research the golf package, and get directions.

Scottsdale Area Attractions


Arizona Center
400 E. Van Buren Street, Ste. 550
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Tel: (602) 271-4000
Arizona Center beats in the heart of downtown Phoenix with over 50 specialty shops, restaurants and nightclubs set amidst a desert oasis of gardens & fountains.

Bondurant School of High Performance Driving
20000-South Maricopa Rd Gate 3
Chandler, AZ 85226
Tel: (480) 961-0143 Free: 1-800-842-7223

Experience the thrill of race car driving at Bondurant School, 15 minutes south of Phoenix at the Firebird International Raceway Complex. Individual courses and custom group functions available.  


  Cosanti Fndtn-Paolo Soleri Windbells
6433 E Doubletree Ranch Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85253-1826
Tel: (480) 948-6145
Toll Free: 800-752-3187
An Arizona Historic Site. A unique complex of concrete structures designed and constructed by Paolo Soleri. Visitors may browse the studios where the Soleri Windbells are made and sold. Bell Displays

Desert Botanical Garden
1201 N. Galvin Parkway
Phoenix, AZ 85008-3437
Tel: (480) 941-1225
The world’s largest collection of arid plants from the deserts of the world. Stunning wildflower/cactus flower displays; beautiful trees, shrubs, natural wildlife. Enjoy the concert series.Jazz in the Garden.Please call for information.


Pleasant Harbor

8708 W Harbor Blvd.,Peoria, AZ 85383

Enjoy Fishing, Rent a Boat or take a Cruise.Lake Pleasant has almost everything any lake could offer.Lake Pleasant is used as a major water sports recreation center for the Phoenix metro area, as well as serving as an important storage reservoir for the rapidly growing region. A number of boat docks make the lake a popular destination for water skiing, jet skiing, sailing and other water sports, and the lake is stocked with a number of fish for angling pruposes.http://www.pleasantharbor.com/

Dolly’s Steamboat/Canyon Lake
16802 NE Hwy 88
Apache Junction, AZ 85290
Tel: (480) 827-9144

Canyon Lake is nestled in the legendary Superstition Mountains. Enjoy “Nature Cruises” or “Sunset Dinner Cruises” aboard Dolly’s Steamboat. Panoramic views and abundant wildlife make Dolly’s Steamboat a popular destination. http://DollySteamboat.com

Grand Canyon Railway
123 N. San Francisco Street, Ste. 210
Flagstaff, AZ 86001-5212
Toll Free: 800-843-8724

Historic train from Williams, Arizona to the Grand Canyon’s south rim. Wild west entertainment, strolling musicians, overnight packages. Free railroad museum, locomotive and coach display. www.thetrain.com

Lake Powell/Wahweap Lodge & Marina
Toll Free: 800-528-6154
Located on the Arizona/Utah border. 350 room resort. Boat rentals, Lake Powell & Rainbow Bridge tours. Paddlewheel cruises, float trips on Colorado River.

Out of Africa Wildlife Park
4020 N. Cherry Rd. Camp Verde, AZ 86322 Tel:928.567.2840

Only 90 minutes from Phoenix. It’s not a Zoo, it’s an experience! Nine great shows, including “Tiger Splash” where we swim and play with Tigers in a huge pool. Bears, wolves, reptiles and more! http://www.outofafricapark.com

The Phoenix Zoo
455 N. Galvin Parkway
Phoenix, AZ 85008-3431
Tel: (602) 273-1341 Home to more than 1,300 animals, including 200 endangered species from around the world. Daily upclose animal encounters and zookeeper talks. Four distinctive trails. Forest of UCO featuring spectacled bears.  

Turf Paradise Inc.
1501 W. Bell Road
Phoenix, AZ 850233496

Enjoy the best live horse racing in Arizona. Casual and fine dining restaurants http://www.turfparadise.com/

Verde Canyon Railroad
300 N. Broadway
Clarkdale, AZ 863242302
Tel: (520) 639-1630/Fax: (520) 639-1653
Toll Free: 800-293-RAIL
An unforgettable rail journey into a unique wilderness area rich in geology, history and abundant wildlife. All cars access open air viewing cars. Groups welcome.
 Amusement Parks

Castles n Coasters
9445 Metro Parkway East
Phoenix, AZ 85051-1585
Tel: (602) 997-7575
Arizona’s finest family fun & thrill park, featuring AZ’s only double loop roller coaster, The Desert Storm, 4 miniature golf courses & over 14 amusement rides.

CrackerJax Family Fun & Sports Park
15455 N. Greenway Hayden Loop, C15
Scottsdale, AZ 85260-1609
Tel: (480) 998-2800
Wholesome family entertainment! Miniature golf, golf driving range and golf school, go karts, bumper boats, volleyball, batting cages, arcade, restaurant, bungy jumping. Parties and groups up to 1500.

Fiddlesticks Family Fun Park
1155 West Elliot Road
Tempe, AZ 85284
Tel: (480) 961-0800
Laser tag, two 18-hole mini-golf courses, go karts, bumper boats, batting cages, video arcade. Customized corporate events. Group rates.

McCormick Railroad Park
7301 E. Indian Bend Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85250
Tel: (480) 312-2312

McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park, located in the heart of Scottsdale, Arizona, is the most unique park of it’s kind in the country. Take a ride on the Paradise and Pacific Railroad and antique carousel. Visit a variety of shops and museum or play in one of the spacious playgrounds, or just relax in the grass under a tree or in one of the park’s picnic ramadas.


 Casinos Gaming

Fort McDowell Casino
P.O. Box 18359
Fountain Hills, AZ 85269-8359

Toll Free: 800-THE-FORT
Arizona’s leader in gaming. Just minutes from Scottsdale. Open 24 hours. Featuring slots, poker, bingo, keno, a buffet restaurant and banquet services.

Harrah’s Phoenix Ak Chin Casino
15406 N. Maricopa Road
Maricopa, AZ 85239
Tel: (480) 802-5000
Casino features 475 slot machines, 500 seat bingo hall, 40 poker tables, live entertainment, steakhouse, buffet restaurant & bar.

Country & Western

Pinnacle Peak Patio
10426 East Jomax Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85262
Toll Free: 1.800.635.9466
World’s largest Western steakhouse and necktie collection. Thousands of ties hang from the rafters. Award-winning mesquite-broiled steaks. Live music nightly, dancing, gift shops.

Rawhide 1880s Western Town
5700 West North Loop Road Chandler, AZ 85226
Phone: 480-502-5600

Arizona’s largest western theme attraction. Old West town with gunfights, stagecoach, train and burro rides, petting ranch, museum, gold panning, shootin’ gallery, shops, cookouts, saloon, world famous Steakhouse and more!


Scottsdale Historical Museum

7333 East Scottsdale Mall
Scottsdale AZ 85251 (480)-945-4499

Scottsdale Historical Museum, in the 1910 Little Red Schoolhouse, chronicles the city’s history with photographs, artifacts, and changing displays. Monthly (first Sunday) programs. Group tours, speakers

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West
Taliesin West
Scottsdale, AZ 85261-4430
Tel: (480) 860-2700
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West: “set with immense care in a scene of almost overpowering beauty.” one to three hour tours and desert walks.

Hall of Flame Museum of Fire Fighting
6101 E. Van Buren Street
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Tel: (602) 275-3473
The Hall of Flame is America’s largest Firefighting Museum. Four air-conditioned galleries, displaying over ninety fire engines. Across Van Buren from the Phoenix Zoo.

Heard Museum

22 E. Monte Vista Road
Phoenix, AZ 85004-1480
Tel: (602) 252-8840
Experience the Southwest at this internationally acclaimed museum featuring Native American art and cultures. Children’s hands-on activities and tours available. Museum Shop has unique items. Our gallery features changing exhibitions by Native American artists. The Museum Shop offers outstanding selections of contemporary and traditional Native American art. Located at el Pedregal Festival Marketplace.

Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum
3901 W. Pioneer Road
Phoenix, AZ 85027-7020
Tel: (623) 465-1052Authentic western town. Visit the Opera House, Blacksmith, School House, Historic Ranch and more. Costumed actors. Restaurant, events, group rates. North on I17, Exit 225, Pioneer Road

Pueblo Grande Museum
4619 E. Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85034-1909
Tel: (602) 495-0901
This fascinating museum showcases an actual prehistoric Hohokan Indian ruin. Exhibits feature the Hohokam, archaeology and changing subjects. Museum Store, workshops and tours available.

Musical Instrument Museum

4725 East Mayo Boulevard
Phoenix, AZ 85050
(480) 478-6000

The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) celebrates music as all of these things—a sustaining human gift and wellspring of global culture. We invite people from every nation and walk of life to come and share in this common legacy, be amazed by the beauty and diversity of musical instruments from all across the globe, and be enriched by their sounds and the stories they have to tell. http://www.themim.org


Scottsdale Art Galleries

Larsen Gallery

3705 N. Bishop Lane
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Phone: 480-941-0900

Joan Cawley Gallery Ltd.
7135 E. Main Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Phone: 480-947-3548
Toll Free: 800-835-0075

King Galleries of Scottsdale
7100 E. Main Street, Ste. 1
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Phone: 480-481-0187
Toll Free: 800-394-1843

Legacy Gallery
7178 E. Main Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85251-4316
Phone: 480-945-1113
Toll Free: 800-916-3003

Lovena Ohl Gallery
7144 Main Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Phone: 480-945-8212

May Galleries

3922 North Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85251-4427
(480) 922-1801

Phone: 480-941-4200

Riva Yares Gallery
3625 Bishop Lane
Scottsdale, AZ 85251-5511
Phone: 480-947-3251

Trailside Galleries
7330 Scottsdale Mall
Scottsdale, AZ 85251-4415
Phone: 480-945-7751

Vanier Galleries on Main
7106 E. Main Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85251-4316
Phone: 480-946-7507
Toll Free: 800-890-9559

Vanier Galleries on Marshall
4142 N. Marshall Way
Scottsdale, AZ 85251-3838
Phone: 480-945-0195
Toll Free: 888-800-8220

Water Song Gallery – At the Citadel
8700 E. Pinnacle Peak Road, Ste. 111
Scottsdale, AZ 85255-3541
Phone: 480-563-1590

Wilde Meyer Gallery Ltd.
4142 N. Marshall Way
Scottsdale, AZ 85251-3838
Phone: 480-945-2323

Zuva Gallery
34505 N. Scottsdale Road
Ste. F-6
Scottsdale, AZ 85262
Phone: 480-488-6000
Toll Free: 800-721-9882

Peterson Hall Gallery
13845 N. Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85254-3432
Phone: 480-421-0155

Thomas Kinkade
Scottsdale Gallery

7014 East Camelback Road,
Ste. 2202
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Phone: 480-481-7577

David Lee Galleries
7042 E. Main Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85251-4314
Phone: 480-429-5828
Toll Free: 877-429-5828