Phoenix is not only the capital of Arizona and the state’s largest city, but also one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. The city is the hub of the larger Phoenix metropolitan area, which is home to more than 4 million people. With over 300 sun-filled days every year, Phoenix Metro is also known as the "Valley of the Sun", which is surrounded on most sides by picturesque mountain ranges. The city is host to many world-leading companies, including Motorola, Boeing Company, The Apollo Group, Charles Schwab and American Express. More vital community information and demographics may be found at the City of Phoenix official website.
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Phoenix offers a broad range of cultural activities, including performing arts, museums and events. The Heard Museum, Arizona Science Center, Phoenix Museum of History and the Hall of Flame Firefighting Museum are just a few of our downtown attractions. The city is also home to several professional sports franchises including the Phoenix Suns, Arizona Cardinals, Arizona Diamondbacks and the Phoenix Coyotes. If you enjoy car racing, NASCAR has many events at Phoenix International Raceway (PIR) and Firebird Raceway.
Currently there are over 30 school districts in the Phoenix area, with the Phoenix Union High School District overseeing those districts. Private education includes Brophy-Xavier, Rancho Solano Private Schools and North Pointe Preparatory School.
The City of Phoenix is broken down into 15 villages. These include the Urban Villages of Ahwatukee Foothills, Camelback East, Alhambra, Central City, Desert View, Encanto, Deer Valley, New River, Estrella, Laveen, North Mountain, Paradise Valley, South Mountain, North Gateway and Maryvale. Some of these villages (or suburbs) are commonly referred to as The Biltmore area, Central Corridor, Arcadia, Downtown Phoenix and the Metro Phoenix area.
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