Advisory Committee

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PMB #159  Casa Grande, Arizona 85122-4147
1075 S Idaho Road - Suite 300
Apache Junction, AZ 85119

[ Pinal County Town Hall Advisory Committee Members ]

Mission Statement

Pinal County Town Hall is an assembly of delegates annually convened that identifies critical issues facing Pinal County, creates the forum for education/exploration of the topic and fosters networking/collaboration among its participants. By drawing upon Pinal County's diversity of citizens the Town Hall process promotes public consideration of these issues, builds consensus and supports implementation of resulting outcomes.

     The Pinal County Town Hall began in 1988. A few individuals and organizations realized the importance of convening a cross-section of county citizens to discuss issues of importance, especially those related to economic development.

     Pinal County Town Hall receives substantial support from the County Board of Supervisors as well as its many "Partners in Economic Progress." A committee of volunteers, The Pinal County Town Hall Advisory Committee, meets monthly to plan and facilitate the annual conferences.

     Each spring, approximately 130-140 delegates assemble for two days to discuss a topic that impacts the county as a whole and its respective communities and citizens. Topics over the nineteen years include:

1988 A Symposium on Economic Development
1989 Pinal County Futures: Tomorrow's Vision - Today's Plan
1990 Horizon 2000: Strategies For Action
1991 An Inside Look at Pinal County Government: Taxes vs. Services - A Delicate Balance
1992 The Year For Action: Implementing a County-Wide Economic Development Plan
1993 The Changing Workplace: Education's Challenge
1994 Today's Crisis: Confronting Juvenile Crime In Our Communities
1995 Pinal Tomorrow: Building Healthier Communities
1996 Volunteers in Service to Communities: People Making A Difference
1997 Environment and Growth: The Delicate Balance
1998 Aging of the Population: A Public and Private Challenge
1999 Pinal's Commitment To The Future: Meeting The Needs Of Our Youth
2000 Charting Our Future
2001 Intellectual Capital - Tommorow's Dividend
2002 A Call To Serve: Being Vigilant, Being Normal
2003 Rural Health Care: Today's Challenge
2004 The Changing Face of Pinal County
2005 The Economic Puzzle, How To Put It Together
2006 Safe At Home: Residential Emergency Preparedness
2007 Rediscovering Our Neighbors
2008 The Greening of Pinal County

An annual report, which includes recommendation and/or suggestions, is prepared after each town hall, and distributed to delegates and partners and is monitored during the year for progress and action by members of the advisory committee. While the town hall possesses no official power or authority, it is significant to note that many of the delegate recommendations and/or ideas have been implemented over the eighteen year history of town hall.

22nd Annual Pinal County Town Hall: GangBusters: It Takes a Community
Delegates will learn to identify gangs and their symbols, understand why individuals join and develop collaborative solutions to discourage gang membership.
April 22-24, 2009
Holiday Inn Casa Grande
Online Registration
Print & Mail Registration
Golf Flyer

Click to Apply to be a Delegate

For more information contact:

   J. Peter Armenta, PCTH Interim Director
   Pinal County Town Hall

   Pinal County Town Hall
   PMB #159
   623 East Florence Boulevard, Suite B
   Casa Grande, AZ 85122-4147
   1075 S Idaho Road - Suite 300
   Apache Junction, AZ 85119

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(800) 782-1445

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