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Sun City West

Five Cities One Chamber

 

 

 


About Unincorporated Areas

There are several areas that make up the Surprise Regional Chamber of Commerce service area that really aren't part of any incorporated city or town. People might receive their mail at an address that says "Sun City" or "Sun City West" because those post offices service those areas, but they really don't live in those cities. They live in county islands. County islands are created when a city or town annexes land into their corporate boundaries but excludes certain areas. Those excluded areas are under Maricopa County jurisdiction. As such, they do not have the usual municipal government structure. Maricopa County provides street maintenance, building and zoning codes, law enforcement and public health services. 


The Property Owners and Residents Association (PORA).

The mission of the Property Owners and Residents Association (PORA) of Sun City West is to provide leadership and organization as the advocate for the residents of Sun City West with all levels of local cities, Maricopa County and the state of Arizona.

 

13815 Camino del Sol
Sun City West, Arizona 85375
(623) 584-4288

email: pora@porascw.org

www.porascw.org

 

How to Get Retail, Commerce, Industrial, Land and Economic Data:

 

1.    Contact the Economic Development Department of a nearby city

2.    Contact Maricopa County

·         Deputy County Manager (602) 506-7280  

·         Office of Management & Budget (602) 506-2204, 301 W. Jefferson St., Phoenix, AZ 85003-2906 http://www.maricopa.gov

3.    Use Census Data

The Economic Census provides detailed statistics that are important for industries and communities. Trade associations, chambers of commerce, and businesses rely on this information for economic development, business decisions, and strategic planning. Full statistical tables from the Census, including economic data for Sun City and Sun City West, can be found at www.census.gov

 

How to Use Census Data

·         Compare communities

·         Identify business markets

·         Use data in business plans and loan applications