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Selling a Home and Crime in Fountain Hills, AZ


When selling a home, one of many important questions to answer for the buyer concerns crime in the community. Fortunately for the buyers and sellers of homes in Fountain Hills it is good news!

According to Neighborhood Scout the chances of becoming a victim of a crime in Fountain Hills is 1 in 61! And when it comes to violent crime, Fountain Hills has the low number of approximately 1.73 incidents per 1000 residents, which is safer than 53% of cities in the US.

Police services in Fountain Hills is provided by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s office located at 16705 East Avenue of the Fountains. Visit the Sheriff’s website for information about crime prevention, patrols and the jail.

To view a map of crime in Fountain Hills, or lack thereof, visit the Town of Fountain Hills website and click on the RaidsOnline button.

Sheriff’s Office 24-hour NON-EMERGENCY DISPATCH telephone number is (602) 252-7840.  Of course in an emergency, dial 9-1-1.


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Fountain Hills Boys and Girls Club

The Boys and Girls Club in Fountain Hills is a great place for the youth of the community, ages 6 to 18, to participate in a healthy life style, in a safe environment.

The Mary Ellen and Robert McKee Branch of the Greater Scottsdale Boys and Girls Club is located at 14605 N Del Cambre in Fountain Hills next to the Four Peaks Park.

Boys and Girls Club, Fountain Hills, AZ


Central to all Boys and Girls Clubs is the Games Room. It is typically the first place one sees when entering the Club and it sets the tone for the overall Club experience.

The Club offers sports and fitness programs such as basketball leagues, gymnastics, karate and dance classes.

In addition, there are program offerings such as advanced art class and cooking class.

Recently, the teen center was “re-invented” with the help of dozens of volunteers. With coordination by the Noon Kiwanis and Sunset Kiwanis clubs, the teen center and the hallways of the Club were re-painted.

Double D Services brought a professional painter to prep area and instruct volunteers


Paint, supplies and even a professional painter were donated by Double D Services, a   Fountain Hills painting contractor. Handyman Now, another Fountain Hills business, coordinated the purchase and installation of new shelving as well.

For more information about this fine community service organization, serving the youth  of  Fountain Hills, telephone 480 344 5400 or visit the website at .


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