Casa Grande, AZ Neighborhoods and Homes For Sale
Around Casa Grande
Named after the Hohokam Indian Ruins, Casa Grande is a suburb full of history and charm. Although this town was founded in 1879 during Arizona’s mining boom, it’s home to a range of thriving industries including distribution and manufacturing. Casa Grande also houses a bustling historic downtown that has several buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places as well as a long list of locally owned businesses and community events. Casa Grande is also known for its community events that include walking tours, fine art shows, live concerts, and festivals celebrating Native American cultures as well as local and regional traditions.
Cost of Living
The population in Casa Grande continues to grow thanks to the area’s affordability. With a cost of living index fairly below the national and state average, homebuyers with varying budgets can find a place to call home in Casa Grande. Residents in Casa Grande also appreciate the area’s low property tax rate.
Casa Grande is mostly a car-dependent suburb with multiple interstates and roads running through its core. Major roadways such as Interstate 10, Interstate 8, and Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway connect residents to nearby cities like Tucson and Phoenix, perfect for those commuting to work. In addition, residents can access the Central Arizona Regional Transit (CART), which provides convenient commutes to surrounding areas like Coolidge and Florence.
Casa Grande is served by three school districts: Casa Grande Elementary District, Toltec Elementary District, and Casa Grande High School District. There are over a dozen public schools throughout Casa Grande, as well as several charter and private school options in the area. There are also post-secondary education options close by such as Central Arizona College and Northern Arizona University.
Although Casa Grande is a tranquil suburban town, there are plenty of attractions and events for residents and visitors to explore. From the 18-hole Dave White Municipal Golf Course to the Palm Island Family Aquatic Center, locals will never experience a dull moment in Casa Grande. The town is also home to 19 city-maintained parks and 17 miles of hiking and biking trails, as well as a professional soccer training facility at Grande Sports World. In addition, Historic Downtown Casa Grande offers a host of community events, eateries, and recreational options that provide a variety of family-friendly fun and entertainment.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.
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