Town of Chino Valley

“No matter your station in life, everyone wants to feel safe and secure in their home and community. Chino Valley offers that and more. What our police department lacks in numbers it more than makes up for in the exceptional quality of our officers and staff.” — Police Chief Charles Wynn

New Police Facility

The Chino Valley Town Council approved a construction contract Oct. 12 for the new two-story 16,000-square-foot police facility. Construction is set to begin toward the end of 2021. It will be located west of Chino Valley Town Hall at 202 N. State Route 89. There are many reasons why the police department needed a new facility but the primary reason is that the Town is growing and the police department has outgrown its current facilities. There will be room for future expansion, better visibility and access for the public. The location is also off of the highway in the center of town so when a call comes in officers are not driving through a residential neighborhood.

Ichor Airsoft opens in Chino Valley

As the first outdoor Airsoft field in Northern Arizona, owner Crystal Patton and sons are very excited to start bringing events to town. The Town entered into a lease with them for the 40-acre parcel at the corner of Perkinsville Road and Old Home Manor Drive at Old Home Manor, where the
town owns 880 acres of land.