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. 

Film Permit Application and Fees

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

  1. Get Ready to Roll in the Glow

    Join us for an evening of lights with Holiday Lighted Bike Parade in conjunction with the Stroll in the Glow. Read on...
  2. Survey Helps Town and Maricopa County Manage Stormwater Runoff

    The Flood Control District of Maricopa County is surveying to learn more about stormwater and urban runoff to help protect water quality. Read on...
  3. Fountain Hills Hiking Challenge

    Disconnect from technology and explore the great outdoors by participating in the Hiking Challenge! Read on...
  4. New Bus Service Delivers

    The new 515 bus service provides two daily trips from Fountain Hills with connector links to downtown Mesa, light rail, Gilbert and Chandler, and downtown Phoenix, including the State Capital. Read on...
  5. In The Loop Activity Guide Available

    Registration is now open for Winter 2021 – Spring 2022 programs, special interest classes, sports leagues, fitness and wellness programs. Read on...
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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.