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A recent list names Scottsdale and Phoenix Arizona as the most pet-friendly cities in the nation. Visit Neighborhoods.com to see some of the best neighborhoods to move to if you have a pet.
Residents in certain areas of Tucson are almost guaranteed to have a run-in with a desert pest or two. Visit Neighborhoods.com to find out which areas are most likely to frequent critters and some environmentally friendly ways to protect your home.
When looking for a place to live, pets often get equal consideration as the humans in the household. Neighborhoods.com finds out why Scottsdale, Arizona is the best bet dogs... as well as their owners.
Tucson was listed as the most dog-friendly city in the country. Find out what makes Tucson the perfect place to live with your dog.
Finding a neighborhood doughnut shop that offers quality, variety, and affordability is a must for doughnut enthusiasts. These shops in the Phoenix metro area are worth their weight in dough.
Foodies are well aware of these major food festivals hitting the Phoenix metro this fall. Find the best food festivals with this helpful neighborhood guide.
The Sonoran hot dog has become a foodie staple in the Southwest. Visit Neighborhoods.com to read what all the fuss is about and where to find the best ones in Arizona.
Designed to bring a sense of community and walkability to Gilbert, the master-planned community of Agritopia started when local farmer Joe Johnston purchased a farm and built a house, planning to raise his family there. They grew cotton and wheat while the family enjoyed living off the land.
Low housing inventory is bringing potential growth to both Phoenix and Tucson. Visit Neighborhoods.com to learn more about these Arizona cities.
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton recently spoke about the city's efforts to promote sustainability. Visit Neighborhoods.com to read about Phoenix's current and future environmental endeavors.