About Maricopa, Arizona
Maricopa is the seventeenth largest city in the state of Arizona with an approximate population of 45,000. The most populated city in the Pinal County in the Gila River Valley. The city has three locations throughout its history, Maricopa Wells, Maricopaville and Maricopa Junction. These three became Maricopa as we know today. Phoenix was just a small town on the Salt River but because of the famed Maricopa to Phoenix railroad, it became a major city in Arizona. It became the 88th city of Arizona State in 2003. The city is proud of its developed commercial and industrial property, in which the city has allocated an Enterprise Zone. This zone includes the Him-Dak Museum, Hotel and Casinos, dairy farms, and several other small and medium businesses. Due to this, businesses from different places invest in Maricopa so they could get a fair share of its growing economy. Migrants are now eyeing transferring to this amazing place because of the flooding number of opportunities. The city has several activities for its residents to enjoy such as the Annual Salsa festival, which attracts thousands of attendees. This event is held every spring while another festival, the Founders Day celebration, is held during October. These activities attract tourists from different places, not only in the United States but other parts of the globe, to come and see the events. Maricopa is a community that takes care of its residents. It has various community services that ensure the safety and enjoyment of its people. These activities have made numerous people smile. The result of that happy face is a positive citizenry which has made its people its best asset.