Peoria's history, population, vision/mission statements, sustainability efforts, redistricting, and construction projects. Info on the P83 district, schools, the Peoria Leadership Institute seminar, and diversity.

Information on the City Council including agendas , the Mayor, the Municipal Court, City Manager and ADA along with the city's various initiatives.

News from the city of Peoria, press releases from the Office of Commnications, links to RSS feeds and E-News signup. View programming on Channel 11, PeoriaTV.

Information on the employment process, a listing of current open jobs, how to apply on-line and a list of all jobs and salaries at the city.

 A listing of links to directories of city services, including all online e-services.

The city of Peoria Municipal Complex is home to City Hall, the Council Chambers, the Main Library, the Development and Community Services Building, the Public Safety Administration Building, and the Municipal Court.

A listing of links to maps available on the city of Peoria Website.

The City of Peoria budget is managed by the Management and Budget Division. Find copies of the latest Program Budget and the CIP here.


The City Code and  Zoning Ordinace, with updates are located here. Also, find the City Charter, and legal statements related to the website, including our Privacy Notice.

City Manager’s Message on Diversity and Inclusion

How to pay bills you may have with the city, including water, sewer and trash collection fees, recreation program and class fees, traffic fines and more. Setup water and sewer service.

Home and Property Resources includes information on trash pickup,water conservation, swimming  pool issues and recycling, along with other relevant information for homeowners.

Neighborhood Resources includes information on dealing with graffiti removal, block parties, animal control, street repairs, odors and other neighborhood related quality of life issues.

Helpful services provided by the fire and police departments. Report criminal activity, locate crime information, register alarms, and learn about crime prevention.

Search for scheduled events and meetings in the city including documents relating to city council meetings and other meetings.

This section contains information and links to the Peoria Public Library's website, the Arts Commission, the Center for Performing Arts, and Annual Arts festivals and Celebrations. 

Information on recreation programs and classes, afterschool and preschool programs, sports leagues and locations and amenities of city parks.

Information on bus routes, park and ride, dial a ride and bicycle paths. Also, road closures and lane restrictions.

Use this page to find information on the city of Peoria website of interest to builders and developers.Included are inspections, zoning and zoning ordinance, the city code, general plan, permitting, and impact fees.

How to get a business license, tax license, sales tax schedules/forms, register to use the online eTax system, pay taxes and fees. Bidding on contracts with the city and auctions, trash collection, recycling, traffic counts.

Business and Real EstateDevelopment, and other assistance for businesses and developers finding sites, understanding the area, and growing their businesses. Links to the Building Development Division and PeoriaED.Com.

Information on Building Permits. Find out about permits for signs, temporary use of property, filming, and alarms. Download forms and track applications for development, building, planning and engineering permits.

The city's main document portal for development related documents including planning and zoning, building, engineering and fire prevention.

The Seattle Mariners and the San Diego Padres conduct spring training at the Peoria Sports Complex each February and March. Everything you need to know is at PeoriaSpringTraining.com.

A listing of area hotels, motels and RV Parks, listed by distance from the Peoria Sports Complex.

The city of Peoria, Arizona is proud to be the "Gateway to Lake Pleasant," one of the finest water recreation areas in Arizona.

Links to Items of interest to tourists, including VisitPeoriaaz.com, our official tourism website.

The Peoria Center for the Performing Arts consists of a 280 seat main stage auditorium and an 80+ seat black box theater, designed to bring award winning community theater to downtown Peoria. 

City of Peoria hiking trails information, directions and maps.

A listing of links to maps available on the city of Peoria Website.

Special Events, sponsored and hosted by the city, held throughout the year at the Peoria Sports Complex, Oldtown Peoria and other areas.

The Peoria Sports Complex is home to the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners during spring training, and many other events throughout the year.

Fire Extinquishers 

Fire extinguishers are a common sight in all public buildings. Though everybody is aware of their existence, many are not properly trained on how and when to

properly use them. Having a fire extinguisher in the home and knowing how to use it can reduce your risk of injury or property damage. However, safety is a number one priority and extinguishing a fire may not always be the best choice.

Types of extinguishers - Fire extinguishers are labeled according to the type of fire on which they may be used. Each type of extinguisher will put out a different type of fire.

Types of fires include: solids like cloth or wood, liquids like gasoline or electrical fires.

Using one type of extinguisher on the wrong type of fire could be dangerous and make matters even worse.

Common types of fires

Type A – Combustible materials like, cloth paper and many plastics.
Type B – Flammable liquids such as: gas, oil/grease, oil based paint.
Type C – Electrical or energized electrical equipment.

Type A extinguishers will have an A in a triangle and/or picture of a wood fire in them. These work for only type A fires.
Type B extinguishes will have a square with a B in it and/or a picture of a gasoline container. These work only on type B fires.
Type C extinguishers will have a circle with a C in it and or a picture of an electrical plug.

Many fire extinguishers are multi-purpose and may have an A B and C on them. These will put out all of the above fires. There is a class D fire and extinguisher but these are hazardous materials and should not be used by the general public.

Only use an extinguisher if:

  • Building is being evacuated (fire alarm pulled)
  • Fire Department is being called (dial 9-1-1)
  • Fire is small and contained (not spreading)
  • EXIT IS CLEAR – and there is no imminent peril
  • You can fight the fire with your back to an exit
  • You can stay low and avoid smoke
  • The proper extinguisher is at hand and…
  • You know how to use it
  • You use “Buddy System” – someone back you up
  • Get assistance BEFORE trying to fight a fire

How to use an extinguisher 

If you have determined you can safely use an extinguisher, use the following steps:

  • PULL the pin out to unlock the operating lever.
  • AIM low: Point the extinguisher nozzle (or hose) at the base of the fire.
  • Squeeze the handle to release the extinguishing agent. Be prepared! It will
    come out with force.
  • Sweep from side to side, moving carefully toward the fire. Keep the
    extinguisher aimed at the base of the fire, sweeping back and forth until all the
    flames are out. Watch the fire area. If the fire re-ignites, repeat the process.

Fire Extinguisher Safety Tips 

  • Use a multi-purpose fire extinguisher in the home.
  • Choose an extinguisher that is big enough to put out a potential fire but not too
    large to be easily lifted and used.
  • Read the instructions and know how to use the extinguisher.
  • Use an extinguisher that has been approved by an independent laboratory like UL
  • Mount the extinguisher near an exit door, out of reach of children.
  • Check the fire extinguisher for leaks, dents or a drop in pressure.
  • Extinguisher should be turned upside down and shaken one a year to keep the
    powder from settling.
  • If you have any doubts about whether or not to fight the fire, don’t! Get out to
    safety and wait for the fire department to arrive.