Fountain Hills has a low population density allowing you to dine, play, and commute, without congestion, making it one of the most desirable places to live in Arizona.
The #514 Express bus route serves Fountain Hills, and it travels through Scottsdale with continued service to downtown Phoenix. It provides transit service in Fountain Hills along Shea and Palisades Boulevards and offers two inbound and two outbound trips Monday through Friday.
Private car or taxi
The fastest and most budget-friendly way to tour around Fountain Hills is by driving or getting a taxi.
The municipal government of Fountain Hills aims to respond quickly to the community's needs by utilizing local resources and enlisting the most reliable utility services in the state.
Fountain Hills may be a smaller town compared to its neighboring metropolitan district, but you’ll be surprised how it can satisfy your cravings. From diners to chocolate shops, wine bars to fair trade cafes, fusion cuisine to traditional delicacies, it’s a feast over here!
Check out the Official Dining Guide for all your options!
Fountain Hills is the place to be to appreciate art in all its glory while also enjoying the perks of the city life.
At a staggering 150 pieces, Fountain Hills is home to one of the largest public art collections in the state, inviting you to gaze upon striking statues set against Fountain Hills’ mountain ranges, scenic skies, and the famous fountain.
Emerson Art Gallery and Fountain Hills Artists’ Gallery feature the work of local and national painters, sculptors, photographers, and unique artists. They display a diverse and unique selection of fine art ranging from classical to contemporary.
Meanwhile, the Fountain Hills Chamber Players let you enjoy the music from string and woodwind instruments as well as piano. You will also get to meet The Fountain Hills Community Chorus during their holiday concert in December and spring concert in April.
The museum recounts the captivating past of this desert valley. Here, you’ll trace the steps of ancient people who passed through the Valley following the river for food and water.
The organization is dedicated to providing live, quality theater experiences to the people of Fountain Hills, Rio Verde, Tonto Verde, North Scottsdale and the Fort McDowell Indian community. They present ongoing main-stage productions, youth theater and educational programs and special events.
With a majestic backdrop of the McDowell and Four Peaks mountains and of course, the 560-foot tall Fountain located in the center of its 64-acre park, the adventure is on for you and the entire family!
Bring your favorite people for hiking, biking, or a horseback ride through Fountain Hill’s gorgeous desert trails. Or take a paddle or steamboat tour at one of the beautiful local lakes. If you’re an outdoor adventurist or just a casual walker or jogger, you will surely love the place.
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Described as one of the most pet-friendly towns in the valley, Fountain Hills has several sprawling parks with great walking paths and pet-friendly amenities so that you and your four-legged friends can enjoy the outdoors 365 days a year.