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Paradise Valley is a town in Maricopa County, Arizona, about two miles to the northwest of Scottsdale, and about nine miles north east of Phoenix. Part of the Phoenix - Mesa metropolitan area, Paradise Valley is home to over 15,000 people. The name derives from the sheer beauty of this jewel of the Sonoran Desert, and it is a comparatively small community, a mainly residential settlement of about sixteen square miles. The Town of Paradise Valley is located between two large urban centers, between Scottsdale and Phoenix. Yet, it has held on to its unique residential feel by maintaining its zoning and has strictly enforced the original town planners' visions. The community prioritizes the preservation of its residential charm and semi rural nature. Paradise Valley is the Old Hollywood showplace of Arizona. Close to urban facilities like an airport, shopping areas, restaurants and various kinds of entertainment, the town still has 1 acre or larger lots, providing a country feel to the community. Homes have spectacular views of the Mountains, practically in the backyard, peace and quiet, open spaces, and a great community feeling.
It was a cattle grazing ground in the 1800s, until the Rio Verde Canal Company, in the 1880s, created irrigated farmlands in the area. The surveyors sent in 1889, were so impressed by the idyllic beauty of the area that though Paradise Valley was the most apt name for it. However, settlement of the Paradise Valley area only began properly after the end of the Second World War. At that time, Paradise Valley was a primarily rural area, without many commercial entities, and homes on large parcels of land. Although the homes themselves were modest, the parcels were one to five acres in dimension. When Phoenix and Scottsdale began to consider expanding their boundaries in the 1950s, Paradise Valley residents feared an end to their rural lifestyle and annexation by either of the large cities. Thus was born the Citizens Committee for the Incorporation of The Town of Paradise Valley, Arizona. Finally, the Town of Paradise Valley was incorporated in 1961.
Paradise Valley is served by the Scottsdale Unified School District. The Paradise Valley Unified School District, one of the largest in the state, serves the village of Paradise Valley, Phoenix, and not the town. Paradise Valley is within easy access to a range of attractions and activities from places of historic interest, like the Pueblo Grande Ruin or the Scottsdale Historical Museum, to more general cultural attractions like the Arizona Military Museum or the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art. And although the area is known mainly for its spectacular natural beauty, it has a lot more enticing attractions to offer the tourist and the resident, from restaurants and nightlife to other entertainment.
You can enjoy the amazing beauty of the community with a walking tour of the town, or hike to the Mummy Mountain Observatory for a closer look at the deep blue sky. Enjoy a spectacular view of Indian Bend Wash, or play a few rounds at the Camelback Country Club Golf Course. For nature lovers, the choices are virtually limitless, from enjoying the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, to just wandering all the wilderness around the town. Those looking for more need only drive into Scottsdale for nightlife, world-class restaurants and museums. Alternatively you can choose to see some of the sights of Phoenix, like the Copenhaver Castle, a modern castle, built in the 1070s by an orthodontist, but complete with moat and drawbridge!