District 4 Updates

Supervisor Clint Hickman

Dear Friends:

As things continue to change, most recently with Governor Ducey announcing the Stay At Home order ending on May 15th and new guidance, more businesses reopening and restaurants offering dine in options, being able to access up to date and accurate information will be helpful.

Maricopa County will continue to work hard for you and hope you remain healthy.  Be well. 

Local Manufacturer Donates Surgical Gowns

One of the main tasks for Maricopa County Public Health during this crisis has been to distribute personal protective equipment to health care workers and first responders, with priority going to long-term care facilities. AMSafe stepped up and generously donated gowns when these facilities hit a critical low - we appreciate the donation and the start of a great partnership.

AMSafe Video

Upcoming Board Meetings

Monday, May 18th at 9:30 a.m. the Board will hold a meeting to vote on the tentative FY2021 budget.  This should be an informative meeting that will show how the county is navigating tax dollars amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  Consider tuning in here.  The public will continue to have an opportunity to provide comments by contacting the Clerk of Board by 10:00 a.m. the day before a meeting at: Agenda.Comments@Maricopa.Gov or calling 602-506-3766. 

A list of upcoming meeting dates can be found here

Maricopa County Presss Conferences

Maricopa County's Joint Information Center continues to host weekly virtual press conferences. There has been significant increase in social media participation, please continue to follow along and listen to the most up to date information.  Below is a list of the most recent press conferences:

In Our District

P&D sign up

As our district continues to grow, we will continue to see more zoning requests. Maricopa County's Planning and Development is offering individuals or special interest groups (HOA, clubs or other organizations) the option to register online to receive updates on zoning cases in your area. 

Earlier this week, Maricopa County Department of Transportation and the Flood Control District of Maricopa County partnered in an effort to clean up the county sidewalk and adjacent county flood control channel in the area of Bell Road and El Mirage Road. 

Cleanup El Mirage

Assessor Office Update

In late February, Mr. Eddie Cook was unanimously voted as the next Maricopa County Assessor.  Mr. Cook has been a public servant for the past 9 years, previously serving on the Gilbert Town Council.  Since taking office Mr. Cook has continued to focus on serving the public - you can read his message here