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Where is Maricopa County, Arizona?

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Maricopa County is a county equivalent area found in Arizona, USA. The county government of Maricopa is found in the county seat of Phoenix.

With a total 23,891.1 sq. km of land and water area, Maricopa County, Arizona is the 34th largest county equivalent area in the United States. Home to 4,087,191 people, Maricopa County has a total 1668171 households earning 53596 on average per year.

Maricopa County, Arizona offers the following attractions to visitors: Taliesin West, Mesa Arizona Temple, Arizona State Capitol, Sonoran Desert NM

Maricopa is the home to these professional sports teams: Diamondbacks (MLB), Cardinals (NFL), Phoenix Suns (NBA), Phoenix Coyotes (NHL)

Maricopa County, Arizona - Quick Facts

FIPS Code 4013
Area Codes 602,480,623,520,928
Time Zone MST
Major Cities Phoenix (population: 1,355,912), Mesa (population: 494,070), Glendale (population: 289,569), Scottsdale (population: 277,390), Chandler (population: 264,013), Gilbert (population: 218,081), Tempe (population: 172,790), Peoria (population: 163,271), Surprise (population: 123,868), Avondale (population: 77,267)
Land Area 1,578,073 sq miles
Water Area 9,199 sq miles
Household Income $53,596
Housing Units 1,668,171
Median Home Value $176,500
High School Grads 86% of population
Holders of Bachelors Degrees 30% of population
Retail Spending $15,153 per capita
Food & Accomodation Sales $8,408,940 per capita
Universities and Colleges Phoenix Seminary, Arizona State University at the West Campus, Arizona State University at the Polytechnic Campus, Arizona Board of Regents, Arizona College of Allied Health, Arizona State University at the Downtown Phoenix Campus, Thunderbird School of Global Management, Arizona State University, Glendale Community College, Ottawa University-Phoenix, Scottsdale Community College, Universal Technical Institute of Arizona Inc

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This page was last updated on June 30, 2016.