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Posted: Monday, October 1, 2012 12:11 am

A look at key Apache Junction facts and figures:

Population: 36,587

City of Apache Junction: 300 E. Superstition Blvd. Apache Junction, AZ 85219 (480) 982-8002,

Mayor: John Insalaco

Council: Richard Dietz (vice mayor), Robin Barker, Jeff Serdy, Chip Wilson, Dave Waldron, Gail Evans

City manager: George Hoffman

City Council meetings: First and third Tuesdays.

City clerk: Kathy Connelly

Municipal Court: 300 E. Superstition Blvd., Apache Junction, 85219

Fire department: Apache Junction Fire District, 565 N. Idaho Road, Apache Junction 85219. (480) 982-4440.

Fire chief: Paul Bourgeois

Police department: 1001 N. Idaho Road, Apache Junction, 85219. (480) 982-8260

Police chief: Jerald Monahan

Major city events: Lost Dutchman Days, Lost Dutchman Marathon, Antique Tractor and Engine Show.

Attractions: The Apache Trail/State Route 88, Goldfield Ghost Town, Lost Dutchman State Park, Superstition Mountain Museum

Gold Canyon

An unincorporated area of Pinal County

Population: 13,664

District supervisor: Bryan Martin, Pinal County supervisor for District 2 (480) 982-0659

Fire department: Apache Junction Fire District, not with city of Apache Junction, 3955 E. Superstition Blvd., Apache Junction, AZ 85219, (480) 982-4440.

Fire chief: Dan Campbell, (480) 982-4440

Police: Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, 971 N. Jason Lopez Circle, Building C, Florence, AZ 85232, (800) 352-3796

Pinal County Sheriff: Paul Babeu, (800) 208-6897.

Major events: Art Festival at Gold Canyon Elementary School, Treasure Fair, Tuscan Saturday Morning Farmers Market and Art Walk

Attractions: Peralta Trail

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