Paradise Valley

The Town of Paradise Valley's motto, coined by residents, is "there is a reason we call this valley 'paradise.'" It is conveniently located in the heart of the Scottsdale-Phoenix metropolitan area with short drives to a number of memorable attractions.  Whether your interests lie with arts and culture, professional sporting events, desert hiking adventures, world-class golf courses, shopping, the restaurant scene, or luxury spa treatments, the Paradise Valley area offers truly special activities.

With a population of a over 12,000 people, the town is relatively small but home to eight full service resorts making it a premier tourist destination. There are also several historical sites within the town including the Harold C. Price Sr. House, Norman Lykes House, McCure Mansion/Hormel Mansion, and the Barry Goldwater Memorial Park. 

Home to blue skies and warm temperatures, Paradise Valley enjoys around 300 sunny days per year. The central area of Paradise Valley is dominated by Mummy Mountain. Other landmarks include Camelback Mountain on the southern border and the Piestewa Peak mountainous area on the western border. All desirable areas to live and call home.

Most of Paradise Valley is within the Scottsdale Unified School District, but a relatively small portion, is served by Creighton Elementary School District, & Phoenix Union High School District

There are also several charter schools in the area including Great Hearts AcademiesBASIS Schools, as well as private schools such as Phoenix Country Day School

For more information about the Town of Paradise Valley, visit their website:



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