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Friday, June 23, 2017

Village Planning Committee Helping Guide Development in Laveen

If there is one thing that Laveen residents and community leaders seem to agree about, it’s the importance of how the rural community will develop over the next 10 years and what type of residential communities, businesses and services for residents will be needed to maintain a high quality of life. The direction of those >> Read More…

Developers See Potential Along Baseline Corridor

Light rail, South Mountain Freeway creating heightened investor interest in area Multiple economic factors are driving renewed interested along the Baseline Corridor in South Phoenix and Laveen, including plans to extend the city’s light rail system into the area by 2023 and the long-anticipated South Mountain Freeway to open in 2019. Development along the rural >> Read More…

Free Donuts This Weekend in Laveen

    Dunkin’ Donuts, America’s all-day, everyday stop for coffee and baked goods, has announced the grand opening of its first-ever restaurant in Laveen at 5225 W. Baseline Road, Suite #104 (51st Ave. and Baseline Rd.) on Saturday, April 16. To celebrate, the first 100 guests in line at the restaurant on April 16 will receive one free >> Read More…

Defining Proposition 123 for SoPho and Laveen.

South Phoenix (SoPho) and Laveen knows as much as anybody that our public school system is underfunded. Every year, this problem costs us valuable teachers, new textbooks and after school programs, and it is our children who suffer. On May 17, we have the opportunity to help the Laveen and Roosevelt districts by voting “Yes” >> Read More…

County Supervisor to Meet With Residents at Laveen BBQ

Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Gallardo, District 5, will be available to meet with residents on Sunday, February 21, at the 64th annual Laveen Pit BBQ at Corona Ranch, located at 7611 S. 29th Avenue. Supervisor Gallardo will be hosting a table where he will inform BBQ attendees about the many services  Maricopa County provides to its residents, >> Read More…

Laveen Residents Asking for More Stores, Restaurants

  The retail season may be upon us, but for Laveen resident’s options for shopping in the suburban village are limited to a handful of retailers such as Wal-Mart, Big Lots and Big 5 Sporting Goods. Grocery stores and pharmacies round out the choices, but there is no concentrated area of retail. Many people would >> Read More…

Working to Keep Laveen’s Rural Feel With More Growth On Tap

With big development comes big responsibility. Residents, business owners and local planners all have visions of what they want Laveen to look like as new businesses plant roots in the suburban Phoenix village in the wake of an improved economy and a planned freeway. “People come for the rural atmosphere, but want to drag with >> Read More…