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The City of Avondale has extended its official works hours to include early morning and evening times. Residents can conduct business at City Hall and City Court any time between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday. These additional hours will allow residents to maximize their time with more flexible hours to visit City Hall. The City of Avondale prides itself on offering residents progressive services and is proud to be the first city in the metro area to implement this exciting plan.
City Hall and City Court will be closed on Fridays. However, many city services will continue to be offered on Fridays, including curbside recycling pickup, code enforcement, graffiti abatement, as well as senior and social service programs at Avondale’s community centers. The City’s two libraries will remain open six days a week. Essential police and fire services will continue to be offered seven days a week, as will calls for emergency services such as water line breaks. Customers will also be able to take advantage of on-line services such as paying their utility bill. On-line registration for recreation classes is also available.
Avondale is focused on the Environment. Maricopa County mandates that all cities develop a Trip Reduction Program to reduce traffic impacts on air pollution and emissions in our communities. With Green Fridays, Avondale employees will be driving to and from work one day less each week, avoiding rush hour traffic and doing their part to decrease current levels of congestion and pollution. By closing City Hall on Friday, Avondale is meeting its commitment to reduce the number of employee vehicle trips to City Hall which means cleaner air for all of us.
In addition to the environmental benefits, the City anticipates saving on utility costs like electricity, heating/cooling, water usage and janitorial services by closing City Hall one day per week.
Hotline Numbers to Call
Avondale hotline phone numbers will continue to be monitored every day. If you have an emergency such as a broken water line, streetlight outage, see traffic signs down or notice graffiti, your call to the appropriate hotline will be monitored and the city will respond according to the nature of the emergency.
Below are some important hotline phone numbers:
Broken Water line 623-333-4400
Dead Animals 623-333-4700
623-333-7001 (after hours)
Non-emergency Police 623-333-7001
Streetlight Outage 623-333-4201
Traffic Signs 623-333-4201
Waste of Water 623-333-4422
Are you interested in learning about Homeowners Associations (HOAs)? If you are a current member of an HOA governing board who is interested in learning new skills, a resident interested in learning more about how HOAs function, or a prospective board member who would like to learn about the responsibilities of HOA board members, we invite you to participate in our Homeowner Association seminars. For more information, please contact Neighborhood and Family Services at 623.333.2700
The City of Avondale provides for our residents the following services: **Be advised that City hours for services are M-Th: 7am - 6pm -- Closed Fridays **
Utility Services (Sewer, Trash & Water)
Solid Waste Services (Trash & Recycling Collection)
Establishing a solid waste service—contact the City’s Water Billing Department at (623) 333-2005
Pay my utility bill online
To make a utility bill payment by telephone, please call customer service at: (623) 333-2005.
The following services are provided by entities other than the City of Avondale
Electric—SRP or APS
Natural Gas—Southwest Gas
Phone—Qwest or Cox
Cable TV—Qwest or Cox