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Tucked quietly between Phoenix and Scottsdale, the town of Paradise Valley was incorporated in 1961 and during the time early residents felt “paradise” was the only suitable word to describe the stunning beauty of this desert oasis. An affluent community, Paradise Valley is known for its luxurious resorts, lavish homes and sense of exclusivity. While residents appreciate this town for its quiet surroundings, clear blue skies and unobstructed views of Mummy Mountain, Camelback Mountain, Phoenix Mountain Preserve, and the Indian Bend Wash.
At 16 square miles with a population of just over 14,000 and approximately 5,500 homes, it’s not a large community. But what it lacks in size, it makes up for in charm and character, and land use policies are strictly enforced in order to maintain the integrity of the community. Residents of Paradise Valley, whether they own primary or recreational homes, are a close-knit group of individuals and public servants with a shared commitment to protect and enhance the unique character of this area.
Since its incorporation in 1961, the Town’s primary focus has been conserving the residential character of the community, and while definitely not a requirement, many Paradise Valley citizens do their part. Residents of this community take pride in actively helping preserve the high standard of living synonymous with this desirable pocket of the Sonoran Desert as well as maintaining the values of limited government, low density and open residential space the Town was originally founded on. Although there are nine world-class resorts found within the neighborhood, zoning restrictions and low speed limits ensure the peaceful tranquility is never disturbed. While Town laws such as requiring all utility lines to be positioned underground guarantee that the idyllic views will not be disrupted.
Paradise Valley’s resort community has been integral in putting it on the map and making it the sought after destination it is today. Paradise Valley is home to many world-class properties including the sophisticated Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain, formerly John Gardiner’s Tennis Ranch, the stylish Intercontinental Montelucia and the impressive JW Marriott Camelback Inn. Luxurious spas, world-class golf, tennis, and some of Arizona’s finest award-winning dining are just a few of the first-rate amenities offered to residents and visitors of Paradise Valley.
For families with children looking to make Paradise Valley home, you’ll be happy to learn that there are many public and private schools within town limits offering premier education to students in kindergarten through grade 12. And low speed limits on school and surrounding streets are regularly patrolled ensuring that all neighborhoods remain child friendly.
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