All About Phoenix
Phoenix is located in central Arizona, in the southwestern United States. It is 20 minutes west of Tempe, and 20 minutes southwest of Scottsdale. Phoenix is home to more than five Fortune 1000 company headquarters, including well-recognized names such as Avnet, Phelps Dodge, and PetSmart. Nearby Tempe is home to US Airways. Other companies with major operations in Phoenix include: Intel, Motorola, AlliedSignal, Honeywell, Boeing, American Express, Prudential, Charles Schwab and more. Source
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Things To Do In Phoenix:
Come Spend A Day In Phoenix!
As one would expect of a city in the southwest, Phoenix restaurants offer wonderful southwestern, Latino, and Mexican cuisine. But Phoenix also offers a good selection of other cuisine, including eastern cuisine such as Thai, Vietnamese, and Japanese, as well as the cuisine of many other cultures. If interests turn more to the evening nightclub scene, Phoenix offers everything from brew pubs, to sports bars, dance clubs, and country. Source
Education in Phoenix
About Phoenix Educational System
Phoenix is known for its pleasant weather year-round. Students attending colleges in Phoenix can easily get around town on bicycle or public transit. In fact, Phoenix was named a bike-friendly community by the League of American Bicyclists (2014-18). The Phoenix light rail system stops at Arizona State University and at museums, sports fields and arenas, and more. Source
History of Phoenix:
Phoenix is rich in history!
The original settlers of what was to become Phoenix were the Hohokam Indian people, who lived there as early as 300 BC. The first non-native American settlers founded a farming community near what was to become Phoenix. The Town of Phoenix was officially recognized in May of 1868. Phoenix was incorporated as a city in 1881. Source
Check out Phoenix’s Neighborhood
With its year-round sunshine and plenty of outdoor activities available, it’s no wonder Phoenix, Arizona is one of the largest cities in the US and growing! Like any other city, Phoenix also has its share of amazing neighborhoods, also known as villages that attract settlers from all over. Source