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Pursuant to A.R.S. § 9-499.15, the City of Avondale hereby gives notice it may raise its primary property taxes over last year’s levy of $2,914,679 at a rate of 0.7318 to $3,039,967 with a rate of 0.7003.   Pursuant to A.R.S. § 9-499.15, the City of Avondale hereby gives notice it may raise Citywide Rates and Fees.  For more information visit https://www.avondaleaz.gov/government/public-notices

Animal Control

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20160203_072905The Avondale Police Department’s Animal Control Division has oversight of certain animal related issues in the city. Animal Control Officers are on duty during regular business hours seven days a week (excluding holidays).

They respond to:

  • Aggressive Animals
  • Animal Bites
  • Animal Cruelty
  • Injured Animals
  • Contained Animals (and stray dogs)
  • Barking Dogs (for more information please visit the Avondale City Code or click here for an overview of noise ordinance information)

Avondale City Code 3-44, Powers and Duties of Enforcement Agent gives the authority to Animal Control Officers (ACOs) to enforce city code regarding animal control issues within the City of Avondale.

20150624_082337The mission of the Animal Control Division is to provide professional and timely response to animal-related calls for service. The Animal Control Division is committed to developing responsible pet owners through community education.

 

Lost / Stray dogs

All the dogs impounded by Avondale Animal Control are transported to the Maricopa County Animal Care and Control facility located at 2500 S 27 Ave in Phoenix at the end of each day. We work seven days a week excluding holidays. The Maricopa County Animal Care and Control website has a found pet locater that shows where the dog was picked up on a map and there is usually a photo of the animal attached.

 

 Phone Numbers

  • Avondale Animal Control Hotline
    623-333-7012