Chino Valley, Arizona
“Open Land, Sunny Skies, Friendly People”
Summer’s harvest is celebrated at the annual corn dinner and dance held each Labor Day. Autumn’s colors, enhanced by profuse evergreens native to the area, give a beautiful prelude to the mild winters. Chino Valley’s population growth rate from 1990 to 2000 was 62%. Current town residents number approximately 8,000. The town is blessed with clean air, good soil, and an abundant supply of pure water, proven to require no treatment. Local wells provide most of the drinking water. Average well depths range between 200 to 500 feet. The Chino Valley Irrigation District, a 1700 acre service area, provides water for agricultural purposes. Whether your dream is your own garden, a small farm or a large ranch, Chino Valley has the resources to support your desires.
Chino Valley offers many choice homesites for all citizens. From a 60 x 100 to a 5 acre parcel; single family homes, apartments, mobile home parks, and permanent mobile homesites are available. Except for a limit of one swine on certain one-acre minimum parcels, local town zoning permits any type or number of farm animals per acre, keeping within health department standards.
Chino Valley regulations are less restrictive than the county’s. A variety of religious denominations are also well represented in the area. Affordable living is enhanced by local facilities including parks, ball fields, free tennis courts, the Teen Center, Community Center, Senior Center and animal shelter. The community has a complete library, the fifth largest public library in Yavapai County. The library offers children’s activities, and has an on line database linked with other libraries in the county. The community is served by a fire district facility as well as a local police department. We’re also proud of our County Sheriff’s Posse, and the Search and Rescue Team. Low drug and crime rates prevail.
Make Chino Valley the destination for your next trip to Arizona! With an abundance of attractions, shops, restaurants, and lodging options, you’re sure to find whatever it is that you’re looking for in Chino Valley, Arizona!
Once you’re done exploring Chino Valley, Arizona, why not check out one of our intriguing neighboring communities? Just up (literally) the historic highway 89A is the copper mining town turned ghost town turned tourist destination of Jerome. Located in central Arizona’s Verde Valley, Cottonwood is ideally situated above the heat of the desert and below the cold of Arizona’s high country. At the base of Cleopatra Hill, is the quaint former company town of Clarkdale. Renowned for its stunning red buttes and monoliths is beautiful Sedona. Located in the geographical center of Arizona, Camp Verde is an interesting and economical stop when planning your next trip. Situated high in Arizona’s Bradshaw Mountains is Prescott. Once known as “Lonesome Valley”, Prescott Valley.
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