Welcome to Oro Valley a vibrant community in Tucson Arizona. It is like a suburb outside the city limits of Tucson. The town of Oro Valley has over 43,000 people, newer homes, and many that are high end subdivisions. Oro Valley has a reputation of excellent schools, well paved roads, newer shopping centers, and a safe community. Oro Valley has a friendly mentality when it comes to bringing in new business and keeping businesses happy. It seems to work because there is alway new housing going up and new business developments.
Oro Valley has become a scene of arts and cultural offerings too. They have annexed the Tohono Chul Park, a beautiful more desert like park, and restaurant, A satellite of the Tucson's Children Museum, Oro Valley Aquatic Center, and making improvements to their Naranja Park adding an archery ranges, walking courses and more multi purpose fields to support youth programs. Another highlight of Oro Valley is their Community center, once the former El Conquistador. May I add that they have a delicious restaurant in the Oro Valley Community Center, 31 tennis courts, 45 holes of golf, and 2 pools. Oro Valley has introduced a 2 day Music Festival which proceeds benefit many local groups. There are great shopping centers like the Oro Valley Marketplace and home grown dining, like the Harvest Restaurant, Saffron Indian Bistro and the Overlook at the Oro Valley Community.
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Information last updated on 2017-09-25