Ever wanted to look up the number to the pizza place? Or verify the Mass schedule or the time of the HOA meeting? Are you curious to know what new businesses are coming to town or find out what’s happening in Maricopa this weekend? Couldn’t make last night’s City Council meeting, but want to know what hot topics were discussed? Thinking about upgrading and want to know what homes in the nieghborhood are going for?
Thanks to the launch of www.inmaricopa.com, all this and much more information is now available to current – and prospective – residents of Maricopa. The City of Maricopa has tripled in population the last three years and will triple again the next three years bringing the population to more than 25,000, making Maricopa larger than Fountain Hills and Paradise Valley.
The Online Information Source for Current and Prospective Maricopa Residents, inmaricopa.com is being developed by Outside the Box Marketing, Inc., a Scottsdale-based company in the process of moving to Maricopa. Addressing the origin of the domain name, Scott Bartle, Outside the Box Marketing’s president, said “The numbers 85239 represent pride, history, development, growth and success. As Maricopa continues to grow, I think the pride in what our zip code represents will continue to swell. Our intent is to develop and maintain an online presence for Maricopa that embodies that sentiment.”
In addition to local news, events and school information the site also offers free classifieds, free business listings, free real estate listings, even downloadable coupons to local businesses. There is also a news section in Spanish and profiles of Maricopa’s outstanding students and teachers.
“inmaricopa.com will be a tremendous vehicle through which to promote Maricopa Unified School District and recognize many of the outstanding students and teachers we have in our schools,” affirmed Alma Farrell, Superintendent of Maricopa Unified School District. “inmaricopa.com is a great resource for our schools and community at large.”
inmaricopa.com is in its infancy and, according to Bartle, “Much like our city, the site’s content and functionality is ever-changing and will continually expand to meet the needs of the community.”