Welcome to the City of Globe: City of Hospitality. We are happy you are interested in our historic city. We are a community with great landscapes, family values, friendly neighborhoods, & a rich history.
Visit this link to find out how to get to Globe.
Globe is centrally located in Southern Arizona. We are the perfect get away for a day trip or a weekend. We are located along the Historic Old West Highway, which takes you from Apache Junction, Arizona to Lordsburg, New Mexico. Come visit the Salado Indian Ruins at Besh-Ba-Gowah Archeological Park. Walk historic down town and enjoy the Arizona sunshine while visiting our antique shops, or visit The Cobre Valley Center for the Arts and view the works of local artists. If you are looking for beautiful scenery take a short drive to the Pinal Mountains or Roosevelt Lake to see the desert landscape. We are within a two-hour drive to Phoenix or Tucson.
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News and Announcements
The City of Globe is focused on celebrating our rich history while charting a course toward a bright future. Many exciting challenges lie ahead for our diverse, friendly, and energetic community. In March 2013, the City Council facilitated a process to bring Council and staff together to establish strategic priorities to guide policy decisions for the next five years. These priorities were determined through the use of empirical data collected through a citizen survey, an employee survey, and a City Council survey. A Strategic Plan is a dynamic roadmap to help realize our community’s future in concert with other planning and policy documents. It is intended to provide City staff with the information needed to achieve our community’s shared vision.
Click the image above to view the Strategic Plan.
On April 8, 2013 the City and EUSI conducted an initial project meeting to clarify priorities of the City and identify initial priority activities.
Click the image to view the EUSI Water and Wastewater Facilities Report April, 2013
Points of Intrest
Don't miss the Wildflowers at Round Mountain Park.
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