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Animal Care and Control
kitty There is always something exciting happening at MCACC. We want, and need, the public to be involved in what we do, so check out our calendar of events regularly. Or catch our Pet of the Week segments on local TV and Radio Stations. Need some information? Look over our press releases. If you ever have any questions, concerns or ideas, please feel free to call our Public Information Officer at (602) 506-3471 or email our office and/or visit... read more

Uno por Uno
dog (Spanish for one by one) was designed to reach neighborhoods, serve families, and save animals, one by one. Uno por Uno (UPU) is a pro-active and creative approach to keep the community safe, curb the problem of pet overpopulation, and end the senseless euthanasia of adoptable pets in Maricopa County... read more

books Author Visits: Each month a variety of authors visit a library that has set up signing and books discussion. Times, dates and locations vary... Visit then click the monthly calendar for the library near you.

County Parks

If you are interested in...
  • Practicing you archery skills;
  • Trying to hit a baseball out of the park;
  • Mountain biking on rugged terrain;
  • Boating with your friends;
  • Camping out under the stars;
  • Chilling at a waterpark with friends and family;
  • Docking your boat at a marina
  • Fishing along the shoreline
  • Flying remote controlled aircrafts
  • Playing a round of golf
  • Hiking with your friends
  • Horseback riding for the first time
  • Kart racing
  • Playing paintball with your co-workers
  • Spending the evening stargazing
  • Watching wildlife enjoy a cool drink of water in a pond.

...then a Maricopa County park is the place for you! At just over 120,000 acres, the Maricopa County regional park system offers the best of the Sonoran Desert.

There are ten parks in the county’s regional park system which circles the metropolitan area: