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Phoenix Demographics

The population of Phoenix is estimated at 1,567,924
There are 545,594 households within the city limits
The average income per household is $48,061
People who live in Phoenix use the area codes 602,480 and 623 (Find any phone number in Phoenix here)

Famous People Who Have Lived in Phoenix

Lynda Carter, Greg Proops, Alice Cooper, Stevie Nicks, Reggie Sanders, Barry Goldwater, Sandra Day O'Connor, William Rehnquist, and John McCain.

Phoenix History - Important Notes

Early European settlers were able to use the irrigation canals that were built by the Hohokam Indians hundreds of years before they arrived.

Phoenix was named after the mythical bird that rose from a fire even more beautiful than it was before. The city was expected to be built on the remains of an ancient civilization and become a much bigger and more prosperous area.

An old legend claims that a man named Jacob Waltz owned a gold mine in the later 1800's and hid a large amount of treasure somewhere in the Lost Dutchman State Park in Phoenix.

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Things to do in Phoenix

Check out the local sports teams including the:
Arizona Diamondbacks (Baseball), Arizona Rattlers (Football), Coyotes (Hockey), Arizona Cardinals (Football) or Suns (Basketball) .
Witness the natural beauty of Phoenix at the Desert Botanical Garden
Bask in the tranquility of the Japanese Friendship Garden
Visit the Phoenix Zoo
Set out on a Tour of Phoenix
Enjoy a picnic at a Phoenix Park & Ramada

Important Addresses & Phone Numbers in Phoenix

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Business:

Sky Harbor International Airport
Arizona University-College
Phoenix College
Diamondbacks Baseball
Arizona Cardinals Baseball
Saint Mary's Basilica
Arizona Mills Mall
Biltmore Fashion Park
Camelback Mountain
Wrigley Mansion

Address:

3400 E Sky Harbor Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85034
550 E Van Buren St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
1202 W Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85013
401 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
8701 S Hardy Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85284
400 E Monroe St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
5000 S Arizona Mills Cir, Tempe, AZ 85282
2462 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018
5700 N Echo Canyon Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ 85018
2501 E Telewa Trail, Phoenix, AZ 85016

Phone Number:

602-273-3300
602-827-2027
602-285-7500
602-514-8400
602-379-0101
602-354-2100
480-491-7300
602-522-2344
602-256-3220
602-955-4079

About Phoenix

Although the Phoenix area was once inhabited by Native American tribes, the land was eventually abandoned, most likely due to a long-term drought. During the 1700's, explorers from Spain discovered the area and built small settlements.

By the mid 1800's, Arizona was a part of Mexico. A territorial dispute between Mexico and the United States led to the Mexican-American War in 1846, and when it was over most of the land was taken over by America. Phoenix was still considered to be part of the New Mexico area at that time, but in 1853 President Franklin Pierce signed a treaty that resolved all ongoing disputes between the two countries and called for the purchase of Arizona.

Phoenix was officially incorporated as a city in 1881. Over the next few decades railroads, waterways and even an electric streetcar were built as the population began to grow steadily. By 1912 the city had become an affluent section in Arizona, and Phoenix was declared the state capital.

In recent times Phoenix has enjoyed an impressive growth rate. It is considered to be the corporate and industrial center of the southwest, which makes it very attractive for new residents and business owners