INTRODUCTION TO CHINO VALLEY, AZ.
Chino Valley is big-sky country, with a temperate climate, a rural atmosphere and breath-taking views that go on for miles. Add in top-notch choices in healthcare, excellent educational opportunities and an active and innovative business community and you can understand why so many people have chosen to call Chino Valley their home.
Located in north central Arizona on Highway 89, just 15 miles north of Prescott and Prescott Valley and 90 minutes north of the Phoenix metropolis, Chino Valley is close enough to take advantage of the many statewide attractions and choices in health care, education, shopping, recreation and entertainment that these communities offer, yet far enough away to maintain that small-town feel.
At an elevation of 4,656 feet, Chino Valley enjoys four mild seasons and more than 300 days of sunshine per year. Low humidity levels keep our air comfortable and clean, summer Monsoons provide needed rain while creating some amazing cloud formations, and it’s not unusual to wake up to a winter dusting of snow. No matter the season, beautiful sunrises and sunsets are commonplace. Residents enjoy outdoor activities in nearby forests, mountains, hills, grasslands, rivers and lakes, and wildlife such as antelope, deer and coyote are part of the landscape,
The population of the Chino Valley area is around 11,000, with a strong mix of businesses and services to support the needs of its residents. In Chino Valley, you’ll find rural tranquility and plenty of small-town charm. Land is plentiful and affordable, jobs are available in many area industries, and the community provides modern amenities. All in all, Chino Valley is a great place to set down roots, meet new friends and enjoy life in your own way