Public Information Office
The mission of the Public Information Office is to accurately communicate news and information to Fountain Hills' customers, citizens, news media, elected officials, and employees via internal and external communication sources.
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Film Permitting Process
Thank you for choosing the Town of Fountain Hills for your film production. With a variety of ideal and picturesque locations and home to the World Famous Fountain, Fountain Hills is the place for your next project! At its full height of 560 feet, the Fountain in the center of Fountain Hills is higher than the Washington Monument. It is 10 feet taller than Notre Dame Cathedral, 110 feet higher than the Great Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt and three times as high as Old Faithful in Yellowstone Park. The white plume of the world famous fountain is visible far beyond Fountain Hills.
If you would like more information on the Town of Fountain Hills filming requirements and potential shooting locations, contact the Community Relations Department at (480) 816-5109 or email@example.com
Work has begun on the driveway to the Community Garden from El Lago Boulevard to improve safety for drivers and pedestrians. Read on...
The Town of Fountain Hills Parks Department is holding a resident meeting at 6 p.m. on Monday, May 23, at Four Peaks Neighborhood Park to introduce Park staff, meet residents, and discuss what is happening in and around their neighborhood park. Read on...
Contractors to provide road maintenance and repair in May and June on several residential streets. Read on...
The Town of Fountain Hills recently updated its sign ordinance, providing rules for all signage regardless of message, which includes election-related signage. Read on...
As it stands today, federal and state laws preempt cities and towns from regulating how wireless facilities are deployed in city rights-of-way. Read on...
Utility Contact Information
We all have questions about services such as water and sewer, electricity, cable and phone, even barking dogs. The town doesn't provide all of the services you depend on, so who do you call when you have a question or issue? Use this reference card to help you find the customer service number or online location to get the answers you want - when you want.