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Ahwatukee Neighborhood Village is one of the 15 villages designated by the City of Phoenix. The people who live, work and play in this thriving community share the intimacy of small town living, while enjoying the plentiful amenities of a bustling metropolis close at hand. Because Ahwatukee is nestled so closely to the surrounding mountains, it gives the feel of an independent city. The village is bound by I-10 to the east along with the cities of Chandler and Tempe, to the north is South Mountain and the Gila River Indian Reservation to the west and south.

Money Magazine recognized Ahwatukee as one of America’s “Best Places to Live." Our 35.8 square-mile village currently has a population of approximately 88,500 residents. The average household income is $96,700.

A portion of Ahwatukee’s appeal is attributed to the strong educational system. The Kyrene School District serves the pre-k through 8th grade sector. It is one of the top performing districts in the state with all 25 schools receiving “excelling” or “highly performing” ratings. The two high schools are part of the Tempe Union High School district and both boast “excelling” ratings. In addition to the fine public schools are a variety of private and charter schools. Arizona State University is located in nearby Tempe. South Mountain College, the University of Phoenix and Ottawa University also have a campus presence in the area.

Ahwatukee offers fine shops, boutiques and a variety of fabulous restaurants. Residents of this prosperous village seldom have to leave the area for anything. Ahwatukee boasts large department stores, abundant grocers, health food outlets, several general retail outlets and specialty stores. You will also find a movie theater megaplex, country clubs and public recreation centers.

With the fall brings the finest weather in the country from October to May. When most cities put activities to bed for the winter, the village is just getting started. A Farmer’s Market offering a wide variety of regional produce, baked goods and crafts offers local artists and entrepreneurs an outlet for their small businesses. Enjoy concerts in the park, arts and crafts festivals, several heated community pools, along with tennis and basketball courts.

If you enjoy the outdoors, South Mountain State Park is the largest city owned park in the country. The picturesque setting is perfect for hiking, biking or horseback riding. Outdoor sports are year round here. There are leagues to suit any age at any time of the year. Ahwatukee is also home to many fitness and training centers and a state of the art YMCA.

The Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce works hard for its members by strengthening the local economy, promoting the community, providing networking opportunities and representing the interest of business with government. The Chamber takes pride in the role of community cheerleader. It is an all encompassing resource for the community and as the voice of commerce, it represents over 600 businesses working together to improve the quality of life for all who choose to reside in this beautiful community.



Chandler:: At a Glance
Amazing demographics, education and income levels

From its founding, Chandler has been a community built on innovation and community.  With the addition of nearly 100,000 young, educated and affluent citizens in the last 10 years, the City of Chandler is an exciting place to live and work. Chandler boasts a strong, high tech employment base that attracts and retains high quality employees, many of whom make our community their home.
The City of Chandler City Profile 2013
The City of Chandler City Profile 2013 contains five sections; the first section contains general demographic data including population counts, age, and race data.  In the second section you will find housing, household types breaks down, average household incomes, and occupancy rates. The third section, offers information on social characteristics including data on educational enrollment statistics and ancestry information. The fourth section, contains economic data, including employment statuses, incomes, industry information, and the preferred means of transportation to and from work as well as average commute time. Finally, the fifth section provides all notes referenced throughout the profile’s tables and graphs.
Demographics Overview: Entire City of Chandler City Profile Link: 
Jul 1, 2014 Population 244,439
Jul 1, 2014 Housing Units 97,595
Average Household Income: $83,296
Median Home Price:  
New Home $267,550
Resale Home $188,575
Median Age: 31.7

Source: City of Chandler Long Range Planning Division
Additional Links: Individual Section of City of Chandler City Profile:
Interactive Chandler Community Profile -  Demographic Data
Current Housing and Populations Estimates -  Housing Characteristics
Demographic Overview -  Social Characteristics
Arizona Experience (PDF) -  Economic Data
  -  Appendix






With attractive demographics, award-winning amenities, strategically identified business incentives and high-profile developments, Gilbert offers immediate, attainable economic opportunity for industry-leading companies.

Age of Population

With a median age of 31.5 and 37.2% of the population between the ages of 20 and 44, Gilbert’s residents are just embarking on the prolific years of their careers.


Gilbert boasts one of the highest median incomes in the state of Arizona at $76,574 and a population of three persons per household.

Population Growth

Gilbert’s current population of 217,000 has doubled every five years since 1980. Build out is anticipated in 2030 with a population of 305,000.

Psychographic Make-up

75.8% of Gilbert’s psychographic make-up consists of Up and Coming Families and Boomburbs. Up and Coming Families include those with a median age and household income of 31.9 and $76, 135 respectively. Boomburbs include a median age of 33.8  and a median household income of $110,681.

Residential and Population Analysis Map

Residential & Population Analysis Map
Estimates and 10-Year Projections by Residential Unit Count and Population

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The city of Tempe is an exciting mixture of Southwestern hospitality, prosperity and success. In the center of the Valley of the Sun, Tempe covers approximately 40 square miles and is home to more than 166,000 residents.

tempeWhile enjoying dynamic growth, the city has maintained its unique personality and style through a careful and masterful blending of the new with the old. Respecting its heritage and energetically planning for the future, Tempe is a wonderful mix of history and modern urban amenities.

Tempe has a distinct identity as an emerging destination city, replete with all the offerings of a city rich in economics, technology, culture, tourism and educational resources. Tempe offers a blend of quality new developments, revitalization and redevelopment, prestigious institutions such as Arizona State University, and celebrated traditions. Tempe brings it all together – bright Arizona sun, rewarding places to work, diverse cultures, a myriad of recreational opportunities, the best in entertainment and an unparalleled Southwestern lifestyle. Tempe is the place to live, learn, work and play!