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is located 9 miles northeast of downtown Phoenix in the
Central Valley, nestled between Phoenix and Scottsdale
with Camelback Mountain soaring above the town.
Paradise Valley can be described as a town sprinkled with secluded acre sized lots, upscale resorts, beautiful desert plants and very few businesses. It is a town that enjoys living with wonderful views of Camelback Mountain and Mummy Mountain.
Today Paradise Valley's population is 12,448. It sits at an elevation of 1,421 feet. The southwestern desert sunny climate has a summer high temperature of 106 degrees and a winter low temperature of 44 degrees. Camelback Mountain is the crowning jewel of Paradise Valley with its red rock stretching high into the blue sky.
In the 1880's, the Rio Verde Canal Company came up with an idea to turn the desert land west of Scottsdale into a farming section. The company named this area Paradise Valley, because of the abundance of wildflowers found growing throughout. Although, their idea never came to pass the name Paradise Valley stuck. After while, the city of Phoenix began to grow and prosper. Some people decided that Paradise Valley would be perfect for new homes. Homes began to be built, along with some high-end resorts. In 1961, Paradise Valley was incorporated.