“Chino’s a great place. It’s a laid-back and country kind of town. It’s changed a lot since we moved here in ’82. It’s a little more populated, which is going to happen. You can’t stop that. I love Chino Valley and the friendly people who live here.” – Mayor Jack Miller
Chino Valley Police Building Groundbreaking
Behind Town Hall and the center of town, the new Chino Valley Police Department (CVPD) building broke ground on Nov. 17, 2021. Town officials, staff, police personnel and members of the public attended.
Mayor Jack Miller drove the back hoe to officially break ground. Police Chief Charles Wynn says he is extremely happy and proud about the new building. CVPD moved into its current facility in 1990, and since the department’s office staffing has tripled in size (currently 26 sworn officers).
The new building will be able to accommodate all of the needs of a growing police department and offers with better visibility and access to the public.
CV Honored for Economic Development
Maggie Tidaback, Chino Valley’s economic development project manager and an AZED PRO, was named Economic Developer of the Year for a small community.
The Town received a Golden Prospector Award of Merit for its website Discover Chino Valley.
The Arizona Association of Economic Development serves as the leading statewide advocate for responsible economic development since 1974. The group’s foundation has been rooted in three fundamental pillars that continue to affect positive change and increase Arizona’s competitive position to attract investment and create jobs: Educate. Advocate. Collaborate.
Chino Grand Prix
Chino Bandito UTV Fest
May 27-May 30,