Road information: 511
Airport: (928) 684-1564
Business License: (928) 684-1569
Community Action Program
Office (CAP): (928) 684-7894
Many denominations serve Wickenburg. Stop by the Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce for a Guide to Wickenburg Churches.
Median annual temperature: 66.8° F
Average annual precipitation: 10.77 inches per year
National Weather: www.weather.gov
CenturyLink DSL: (800) 244-1111 (home)
(855) 891-4083 (business)
Cox Communications: (623) 444-8714
Trucom: (480) 689-4000
Grand Ave. Broadband: (623) 640-7883
The Wickenburg Sun (weekly): (928) 684-5454
The Shopper News (weekly): (928) 684-5454
The Arizona Republic : 800) 332-6733
KSWG 96.3 FM: (928) 684-7804
7 Phoenix stations
Community Center: (928) 668-0565
Wickenburg: 2,100 feet
Airport (6,000-foot runway): 2,382 feet
Fire: (928) 684-5411
Government: (928) 684-5451
Mayor / Town Council / Town Manager
Incorporated: June 19, 1909
Justice Court: (928) 668-0515
Highway Department: (928) 684-2131
Library: (928) 684-2665
Open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am. to 5:00 pm. & Sat. 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Internet access is available.
Livestock Inspector: (800) 294-0305
Latitude: 33°97.’ north
Longitude: 112°8.’ west
Maricopa County: (602) 506-3011
Wickenburg Community Hospital is a nonprofit organization owned and operated by citizens of Wickenburg. Established in 1926 and like the tenacious Western spirit that built Wickenburg, the community hospital and clinics are committed to world-class health and wellness services where the patient, family and community come first. From pediatrics to geriatrics, the hospital’s team of knowledgeable practitioners provides health care for the entire family.
WCH promise to:
• Serve all patients
• Offer discounted fees for patients who qualify
• Not deny services based on a person’s race, color, sex, national origin, disability, religion, or sexual orientation
• Accept contracted insurance plans, including Medicare and Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System.
Wickenburg Community Hospital is a federally designated Critical Access Hospital and a state-designated Level IV trauma center that supports the needs of residents and surrounding communities. The campus also includes a surgical and diagnostic center, rehabilitation center, infusion center, wound care center, specialized emergency medicine, advanced life-saving technology, critical cardiac care, Mayo Clinic tele-stroke partner, acute care, laboratory, medical imaging, respiratory therapy, pharmacy, internal medicine, family medicine, sports medicine, allergy program, interventional pain management program and venous insufficiency program.
Health & Fitness Center
Snap Fitness is a nationwide 24-hour gym and fitness center with cardio, strength and fitness plans at affordable prices to get fit and feeling great.
340 W. Wickenburg Wy., – (928) 232-4200.
Private practices are available in a variety of specialties throughout the community. See the complete listings in the membership directory of this publication under physicians, doctors, dentists, health care services, and other related fields.
Life Line Ambulance (800) 418-5523
Staffed by paramedics and EMTs, it is supplemented by helicopter service from PHI in Wickenburg, which transfers critically ill and injured patients.
Air Evac Services
Air TransportFor assistance, dial 911
For helicopter transport subscription membership (888) 435-9744
Marriage License: (928) 668-0533
Motor Vehicle Division
Driver’s licenses: (800) 251-5866
Desert Caballeros Western Museum: (928) 684-2272
Parks & Recreation(928) 684-5451 x 9
U.S. Postal Service usps.com: (928) 684-2138 to schedule appointment
Maricopa County Animal Control: (602) 506-7387
Hassayampa Veterinary Services: (928) 684-3070
Humane Society of Wickenburg: (928) 684-8801
K9 Konnection: (928) 232-2611
Planning and Building/Permits: (928) 668-0512
Sheriff: (602) 876-1011/(928) 684-5411
Yavapai County Sheriff: (928) 771-3260
Wickenburg Police Dept. (928) 684-5411
Poison Control(800) 222-1222
Population: 10,000 (town/county) 30,000 (regional)
Public pool (928) 684-5451
Open Memorial Day through the end of August
Residents enjoy excellent law enforcement services by officers from the Wickenburg Police Department, Maricopa County and Yavapai County Sheriff’s Departments, as well as the Arizona Department of Public Safety. The Town of Wickenburg and fire department provide fire protection by a team of dedicated employees.
ADOT: (888) 411-7623 or dial 511
ADOT Adopt-a-Highway Program: (602) 506-8600
Wickenburg Unified School District No. 9 is in northwest Maricopa County, north of metropolitan Phoenix. The district has an enrollment of 1,550 students and employs approximately 100 certified and 80 classified employees. Beginning with the 2019-2020 school year, WUSD will go to a four day week (Mon-Thurs).
Rapid student growth is anticipated as Phoenix West Valley housing developments are beginning to expand throughout the southern boundaries of the 916-square-mile district.
Schools in the district are configured by grade: Festival Foothills Elementary School, preK-8 (Buckeye, Arizona); Hassayampa Elementary School, pre-K–5; Vulture Peak Middle School, 6-8; and Wickenburg High School, 9-12. Wickenburg Virtual Academy is on the high school campus, offering a state and nationally recognized digital learning program for grades K-12. Wickenburg High School also offers industry level technical training provided by WestMEC and Move on When Ready-Grand Canyon Diploma. WUSD collaborates with the Del E.Webb Center for the Performing Arts on the WHS campus, which offers arts programming to grades K-12.
WUSD vision: Every child has hope; every student is a graduate; every graduate has a dream.
Visit www.wickenburgschools.org or call (928) 668-5350 for more information.
Wickenburg Christian Academy
Established in 1983 to offer Christ-centered instruction designed to develop thoughtful, articulate and well-rounded students, the academy offers a Legacy High School program that cultivates a Biblical worldview with a core program integrating history, literature and theology, along with Latin, apologetics, rhetoric and logic.
This highly-acclaimed program is available both on campus and by live webcast, either full-time or a la carte. Extracurricular activities include student council, volleyball, basketball, cross country, archery, community service and swim team. A student who earns a diploma from Legacy High School is ready for life, whether it is college, work, family or a totally different kind of adventure.
The academy’s “Little Learners” preschool is designed to partner with parents to establish the foundation for children’s spiritual, social, physical and cognitive development, starting at age 3. Half-day and full-day options are available Monday through Thursday. Classes provide structured activities to prepare students for kindergarten, teaching Bible verses, songs, letters, colors, numbers, shapes, writing fundamentals and more. Preschool applications are accepted year-round, based on availability.
Wickenburg Christian Academy is an independent, nondenominational 501(c) iii ministry. To learn more, call (928) 684-5916, visit www.WickenburgChristianAcademy.org or follow the school on Facebook.
Meal on Wheels: (928) 684-7894 x 424
Senior Citizen’s Center
(CAP office): (928) 684-7894
Size: 25 square miles
Slogan: Out Wickenburg Way
Town of Wickenburg: (928) 684-5451
Maricopa County: (602) 506-3406
Info Line: (800) 540-5570
State of Arizona
Income: (602) 255-3381
Bed tax – Local: 3.00%
Transient Lodging: 7.27%
Yavapai County Transient Lodging: 6.325%
Local: 2.20% 3.00%
Single item purchases – 1.69% if item is more
State & Maricopa County Tax: 6.30%
Local Tax: 2.20% = 8.50%
State & Yavapai County: 6.35%
Local Tax: 2.20% = 8.55%
Property tax: .5270 currently
In Arizona, residential property taxes are based on the assessed value divided by 100, then multiplied by the tax rate, which is set in August of the tax year. The assessment ratio is 10 percent of the full-cash value (or market value). For example, if a home has a full-cash value of $250,000, the property tax would be based on the assessed value of $25,000. Tax rates are determined by the sum of the county, city, community college, school and special district rates. Call (602) 506-3877 for information (you will need the parcel identification number).
Town Manager: (928) 684-5451
Town Clerk: (928) 668-0517
Arizona Public Service: 800-253-9405/602-371-7171
own of Wickenburg: (928) 684-5451
Garbage and trash
Town of Wickenburg limits
Public Works: (928) 684-2761
Maricopa and Yavapai County
CR&R Sanitation: (928) 684-0303
Southwest Gas: 877-860-6020
Fast Mart LLC: (928) 684-3333
Flame Propane: (928) 427-3317
Horspitality RV Park: (928) 684-2519
Tractor Supply: (928) 684-8737
Vern Lewis Propane: (928) 684-1003
Yavapai Bottle Gas: (928) 776-9007
: Residential: (800) 244-1111
: Repair: (800) 573-1311
: Business: (800) 603-6000
: Repair: (800) 954-1211
: Developers / builders: (800) 526-3557
: Special needs, TTY: (800) 244-1111
: Directory assistance: 411
: Buried cable location: (800) 782-5348
Verizon Wireless: (928) 415-0216
Water, Sewer, Electricity
Town Limits: (928) 684-5451
Wickenburg Town Hall: (928) 684-5451
Voting information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotline: (877) 843-8683/(800) 458-5842
To be eligible to vote in Arizona, you must be a U.S. citizen, 18 years old on or before the date of the next general election, a resident of Arizona for 29 days preceding the election, able to write your name or make your mark, not be convicted of a felony or treason (unless restored to civil rights) and not adjudicated an incapacitated person (see Arizona Revised Statutes Title 14-5101).
Yavapai County: (800) 771-2797
The county line is one mile north of downtown. Wickenburg Ranch is in the town limits and in Yavapai County.
Post office boxes: 85358
Residences and businesses: 85390