Economic Development Pinal County, Arizona

Located in the very heart of the Sun Corridor, Pinal County, Arizona has a very diverse economy. Since the county’s inception 135 years ago, copper mining has and remains a county economic mainstay, over the many years creating thousands of great paying jobs and billions of dollars in tax revenue to the state, county and local economies. Another major economic engine is agriculture. The central to western area of the county is home to hundreds of family, corporate and university based farms supporting various types of agricultural products including Pima cotton, hay, sorghum, millet, corn, sheep, dairy & feeder cattle and several varieties of fruits and vegetables.

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Frito Lay Casa Grande Plant

Tim Kanavel
Interim Public Works Director Scott Bender
Economic Development Director

Stephanie Maack
Interim Public Works Director Scott Bender
Economic Development Program Manager

Economic Development Department

Timothy Kanavel
Phone: 520-866-6664

Stephanie Maack:
Phone: 520-866-6227

Postal Address: 
P.O. Box 827
Florence, Arizona 85132 





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