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147 Apartments for rent in Youngtown, AZ

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13000 N 113TH Avenue
13000 North 113th Avenue
Youngtown, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$995
991 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Great unit in popular area of Youngtown. 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom with plenty of closet space. Eat in, updated kitchen. Community pool available. Tile floors throughout make for easy upkeep. Covered parking available.
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7 Units Available
Natura Villas
10847 W Olive Ave , Sun City, AZ
Sun City
1 Bedroom
$1,095
839 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
982 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 09:42 PM
Pet-friendly apartments have ceiling fans and efficient appliances. Hang out at the cyber cafe and coffee bar, or meet up with friends at the sand volleyball court. Located just steps from several restaurants.
1 Unit Available
10845 West Windsor Drive - 1
10845 West Windsor Drive , Sun City, AZ
Sun City
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
1274 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 12:16 PM
AGE RESTRICTED COMMUNITY (55+); Clean & Updated; 2 Bed/2Bath Single Level Condo in Sun City; Stainless Appliances in Kitchen; Beautiful Tile in Master Bath with Walk-In Shower; Large Family Room; Living Room; Dining Room; Office Space or Craft Room;
1 Unit Available
12478 N. Pablo Street
12478 North Pablo Street , El Mirage, AZ
Arizona Brisas
3 Bedrooms
$1,495
1518 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
12478 N. Pablo Street Available 10/01/20 Bright Open Floorplan in El Mirage - PLEASE BEWARE OF SCAMS! RPM WOULD NEVER ASK YOU TO WIRE FUNDS. CALL DENISE AT 602-920-5269 WITH ANY QUESTIONS. THANK YOU.
1 Unit Available
12017 W Scotts Dr
12017 West Scotts Drive , El Mirage, AZ
Sundial
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1089 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 07:33 AM
Home Gardener Ready!* Located in El Mirage* 3 bedroom 2 bath with raised garden beds and grass in the backyard.* Laminate wood flooring throughout* Solar help lower your energy bills.
1 Unit Available
10814 W EL CAPITAN Circle
10814 West El Capitan Circle North , Sun City, AZ
Sun City
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
995 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Take a look at this very nice, updated & well cared for beauty! Inviting front porch, decorative security screen & glass paneled entry door.
1 Unit Available
11108 W TIFFANY Court
11108 West Tiffany Court , Sun City, AZ
Sun City
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
1311 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Very nice seasonal home in the heart of Sun City! Offering all the home amenities for a comfortable stay, close to everything! 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, flat screen TVs in the spacious living room and every bedroom.
1 Unit Available
8800 N 107TH Avenue
8800 North 107th Avenue
Peoria, AZ
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1193 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
*VACATION RENTAL* Well-appointed 3 bedroom/2 bath furnished rental steps from spa/heated pool. Amazing access to West Valley sports venues - football, hockey, baseball. 1 king bed, 1 queen bed, 1 futon.
1 Unit Available
8522 N 114TH Avenue
8522 North 114th Avenue , Peoria, AZ
Barclays Suncliff
4 Bedrooms
$1,800
1673 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Wonderful family home with no neighbors behind you. Awesome view of mountains and wonderful sunsets. 4 bedroom, 2 bath home, recently updated. Tumbled stone tile in living areas. Kitchen open to Family Room.
1 Unit Available
12047 N SAINT ANNES Drive
12047 North Saint Anne's Drive , Sun City, AZ
Sun City
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1556 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
BEAUTIFUL 55+ REMODELED 3 BED 2 BATH VACATION or RENTAL ON THE NORTH GOLF COURSE, TBOX #4, ALMOST A 1/2 ACRE LOT THAT HAS EXPANSIVE VIEWS OF THE GOLF COURSE BUT NO BALLS TO BEWARE OF.
1 Unit Available
8723 N 112TH Avenue
8723 North 112th Avenue , Peoria, AZ
Barclays Suncliff
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1301 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
Super cute 3/2; New tile and paint throughout; stainless steel appliances
1 Unit Available
10840 W Crosby Drive
10840 West Crosby Drive , Sun City, AZ
Sun City
3 Bedrooms
$2,700
1473 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:06 PM
This is the cutest house on the south golf course!! Perfect snowbirds' nest that is ready for active living in Sun City. Fully furnished and ready to go. Tastefully decorated to please even the pickiest buyer.
1 Unit Available
12011 W. Windrose
12011 West Windrose Drive , El Mirage, AZ
Sundial
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
1238 sqft
Last updated April 1 at 05:55 AM
El Mirage 3 bed, 2 bath, single story - El Mirage, Single level home with three bedrooms, two baths, two car garage, island in the kitchen. Desert landscaping in both the front and backyard.
1 Unit Available
11702 W. Poinsettia Dr.
11702 West Poinsettia Drive
El Mirage, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,295
1832 sqft
Last updated April 8 at 07:31 AM
This large corner lot home in El Mirages Sundial neighborhood is spacious with large loft, master suite, 3 guest bedrooms and guest bath. Large kitchen with lots of counter space and cabinet space. Black modern appliances.
1 Unit Available
11777 W Dahlia Drive
11777 West Dahlia Drive , El Mirage, AZ
Arizona Brisas
2 Bedrooms
$1,325
1208 sqft
Last updated May 3 at 09:19 AM
LIFE SIMPLIFIED Coming soon! THIS HOME IS CURRENTLY BEING ENJOYED BY ANOTHER RESIDENT BUT WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY. PLEASE RESPECT THEIR PRIVACY AND DO NOT DISTURB.
1 Unit Available
8084 N 110TH Drive
8084 North 110th Drive
Peoria, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1585 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 06:18 AM
This beauty has an open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, new lvp, kitchen cabinets, granite counter tops, fresh paint. The family room opens into a den. Walk in closet and bay window in the master bedroom.
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31 Units Available
Ocio Plaza del Rio
13310 North Plaza Del Rio Boulevard
Peoria, AZ
1 Bedroom
$1,203
878 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,507
1151 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,816
1268 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:48 PM
This new community offers residents garage parking, an on-site gym and swimming pool. Apartments include in-unit laundry, patios/balconies and walk-in closets. La Ronde Shopping Center and New River are both close to the property.
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7 Units Available
Fountain Palms
8820 W Bell Rd
Peoria, AZ
1 Bedroom
$1,165
867 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,290
1184 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:48 PM
Fountain Palms sits just off Loop 101. The community offers various floor plans that include amenities like in-unit laundry, dishwashers, hardwood floors, air conditioning, and walk-in closets. This is a pet-friendly community.
Verified
5 Units Available
Fountains at Lake Pleasant
10134 West Mohawk Lane
Peoria, AZ
1 Bedroom
$950
820 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,290
1104 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 05:23 PM
Welcome to The Fountains at Lake Pleasant Your apartment home that provides a comfortable spacious one-bedroom one bath walk in closet with a private patio, extra storage.
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20 Units Available
Copper Falls
5151 North 95th Avenue
Glendale, AZ
1 Bedroom
$1,300
755 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
1024 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,820
1315 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:42 PM
BRAND NEW LUXURY APARTMENTS NOW OPEN IN GLENDALE! Schedule a self-guided or virtual tour today! Experience modern, unparalleled, luxury, living at its finest.
Verified
18 Units Available
Christopher Todd Communities At Stadium
9999 W Missouri Ave
Glendale, AZ
1 Bedroom
$1,305
668 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,625
1022 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 06:58 PM
Introducing Christopher Todd Communities At Stadium, located on 99th Avenue and Cardinals Way in Phoenix, which is under construction and slated to open this fall.
Verified
4 Units Available
Christopher Todd Communities On Greenway
15267 N 140th Dr , Surprise, AZ
Roseview
1 Bedroom
$1,290
668 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,712
1022 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:42 PM
Located in Surprise, Arizona, one of the fastest growing cities in the country, Christopher Todd Communities is proud to announce its first luxury rental community.
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7 Units Available
Villa Vita Apartments by Mark-Taylor
8175 W Ludlow Dr
Peoria, AZ
Studio
$1,060
592 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,210
815 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,610
1175 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 06:51 PM
With gorgeous desert scenery, near-perfect weather, and plenty of things to do, there is so much to love about Peoria.
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4 Units Available
Christopher Todd Communities On Camelback
12350 W East Camelback Road
Litchfield Park, AZ
1 Bedroom
$1,324
668 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,708
1022 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:42 PM
Christopher Todd Communities has opened our new community adjacent to the picturesque city of Litchfield Park in the Phoenix west valley, ranked among the best places to live in America.
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Apartment Rentals in Youngtown start at $950/month.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Youngtown. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Arizona State University-Tempe, GateWay Community College, Mesa Community College, Rio Salado College, and Paradise Valley Community College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Youngtown. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Arizona State University-Tempe, GateWay Community College, Mesa Community College, Rio Salado College, and Paradise Valley Community College.
City GuideYoungtown
Youngtown has quite the ironic name. Or, maybe it was an exercise in positive thinking. Youngtown was started as a retirement community that excluded young people. Things have changed quite a bit since then.
Youngtown has quite the ironic name. Or, maybe it was an exercise in positive thinking. Youngtown was started as a retirement community that excluded young people. Things have changed quite a bit since then.

Youngtown has the distinction of being the oldest retirement community in the United States. But these days the town is a vibrant area of the Northwest Phoenix Valley of the Sun that is home to 6,156 people of all ages. The area is decidedly small, under two miles of land make up the town, but makes up for its size with a very involved and active community. The town was formed in 1954 when a couple of developers bought up 320 acres of farmland and created the first master-planned adult community in the United States. These men were well ahead of Del Webb and his Sun City community, which is now a neighbor. Things changed for Youngtown in 1996, however, when a resident was denied a request for a 16-year-old to live in Youngtown with them. The Arizona Attorney General got involved and it was determined that this particular bylaw was no good. By 1999, Youngtown was just a regular American town where anyone, and everyone, could live.

Moving to Youngtown

Youngtown has well-defined boundaries. The town is bordered by 111th Avenue to the east and the Agua Fria River to the west. Highway 60 forms the northern border and Olive Avenue the southern. Highway 60, also known as Grand Avenue, is a direct and easy route right into downtown Phoenix or up north if you are heading out of the heat and up to Flagstaff. The famous, and much larger, retirement community of Sun City is on the eastern border.

The community prides itself on keeping things neat, clean and safe by actively involving residents in the community and in enforcing the rules. You won't be having late night blowouts in this town!

There are a few apartment buildings scattered throughout town, but the majority of rental properties in Youngtown are house rentals. This means you will be dealing with a private rental agreement. Either way, complex or private, you'll need to have all your paperwork in order. Be sure to have your ID and proof of your income. Youngtown is big on safety so don't be surprised if you have to endure a credit check or a background check. Work out those cramps in your hand, because you'll likely have to fill out applications for apartments, as well.

Places to rent in Youngtown will require the usual upfront amount of cash. This usually includes the first month of rent and an added security deposit, which can be as much as another month of rent. Sometimes you will also have to have a last month's rent too. There are plenty of pet friendly rentals but you may have to pay an extra deposit in case of pet-related damage and some places even charge a monthly fee just to have a pet. These are a little less common though. The bottom line is that getting into a new rental situation costs money, so be prepared to wave those stacks of cash!

Moving to Youngtown
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Youngtown has well-defined boundaries. The town is bordered by 111th Avenue to the east and the Agua Fria River to the west. Highway 60 forms the northern border and Olive Avenue the southern. Highway 60, also known as Grand Avenue, is a direct and easy route right into downtown Phoenix or up north if you are heading out of the heat and up to Flagstaff. The famous, and much larger, retirement community of Sun City is on the eastern border.

The community prides itself on keeping things neat, clean and safe by actively involving residents in the community and in enforcing the rules. You won't be having late night blowouts in this town!

There are a few apartment buildings scattered throughout town, but the majority of rental properties in Youngtown are house rentals. This means you will be dealing with a private rental agreement. Either way, complex or private, you'll need to have all your paperwork in order. Be sure to have your ID and proof of your income. Youngtown is big on safety so don't be surprised if you have to endure a credit check or a background check. Work out those cramps in your hand, because you'll likely have to fill out applications for apartments, as well.

Places to rent in Youngtown will require the usual upfront amount of cash. This usually includes the first month of rent and an added security deposit, which can be as much as another month of rent. Sometimes you will also have to have a last month's rent too. There are plenty of pet friendly rentals but you may have to pay an extra deposit in case of pet-related damage and some places even charge a monthly fee just to have a pet. These are a little less common though. The bottom line is that getting into a new rental situation costs money, so be prepared to wave those stacks of cash!

Apartment Complexes in Youngtown

Youngtown House Apartments: Located on Arizona Avenue. Come check out this building if you are looking for the elusive studio apartment for rent because you can find one here. This building also allows pets. Renting here you can easily walk over to Maricopa Lake.

Sun Valley Apartments: Located on 113th Avenue and on a dead end street that ends at the beautiful Agua Fria River, this building offers lovely 1 bedroom apartments with one bath. The building also has its own pool, laundry facilities and a clubhouse for residents to use.

River Bend Apartments: River Bend is on Tennessee Avenue and also dead ends at the Agua Fria River. This building has mostly 1 bedroom apartments but there are also a few 2 bedroom apartments for rent. There is easy access to Highway 60 (Grand Avenue) from this location.

Apartment Complexes in Youngtown
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Youngtown House Apartments: Located on Arizona Avenue. Come check out this building if you are looking for the elusive studio apartment for rent because you can find one here. This building also allows pets. Renting here you can easily walk over to Maricopa Lake.

Sun Valley Apartments: Located on 113th Avenue and on a dead end street that ends at the beautiful Agua Fria River, this building offers lovely 1 bedroom apartments with one bath. The building also has its own pool, laundry facilities and a clubhouse for residents to use.

River Bend Apartments: River Bend is on Tennessee Avenue and also dead ends at the Agua Fria River. This building has mostly 1 bedroom apartments but there are also a few 2 bedroom apartments for rent. There is easy access to Highway 60 (Grand Avenue) from this location.

Living in Youngtown

Youngtown prides itself on providing quality living for its residents. There are seven parks in town as well as a lake and many town sponsored events. Your feet will be happy because almost everything is within walking distance!

Alabama Avenue is the main drag through town. There are a few small stores within the city limits such as QuickTrip and Ace Hardware, but you'll have to go just outside for grocery shopping. There is a Safeway and a Fry's grocery store just over the line in Sun City. This is where you'll also find pharmacies, gas stations, and all the essentials.

The Town

The Town Hall and its various offices, known as Clubhouse Square, was a working ranch before being donated to the city in 1961. From this homey atmosphere, the town sets about performing its town duties with great gusto.

For such a small place, Youngtown has an extensive government complete with a Mayor, Town Council, and Town Manager. The town is very, very active in listening to the needs and wants of its citizens and in enforcing the General Plan. There is even a Municipal Court and sitting judge in this small, but extremely independent town.

The Town Hall is not the only building that was part of the ranch. In fact, nearly all of the municipal offices are housed in former ranch buildings. The old bunkhouses for ranch hands house the Court and the Community Development office, an old tack and equipment storage shed house the Public Safety department and a former ranch garage houses the Sheriff's office.

In fact, the Public library on Clubhouse Square is the only new building constructed for the town. It was built in 1994.

Getting Involved

Youngtown strongly encourages community involvement with the Youngtown Citizens' Academy. The town likes to encourage its citizens to become interested and involved in local issues facing the town and to give them a voice in the community planning process. Residents are encouraged and can get support and guidance in becoming leaders by serving on boards and commissions or the Town Council.

Schools

The town, likely because its early focus had been on retirement living, doesn't have any schools within its limits. However, the area is served by the Peoria Unified School District.

The Parks

Greer Park is in the center of town and provides some nice green space and picnic areas that can be reserved. Schleifer Park has a children's play area and picnic areas and Maricopa Lake Park offers walking, picnicking and even fishing!

Events

Youngtown also sponsors a number of annual events for residents to gather and come together for some fun. The most popular is the G.A.I.N event that doubles as an opportunity for the town to celebrate its efforts in crime prevention and providing a safe neighborhood.

Another cool event is Box City. Kids, and adults, can have fun while learning about urban design. Participants will design and build a whole city out of cardboard. Aesthetics count and the 'town' is artfully decorated.

The Winter Miracle Event draws people from all around the area as Youngtown imports snow for the young, and the young-at-heart, to romp around in. Okay, it's not really cold enough for snow and it melts within a day or two, but for a few hours everyone can enjoy the winter wonderland.

No matter what time of year, Youngtown is definitely a place to consider for your next home!

Living in Youngtown
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Youngtown prides itself on providing quality living for its residents. There are seven parks in town as well as a lake and many town sponsored events. Your feet will be happy because almost everything is within walking distance!

Alabama Avenue is the main drag through town. There are a few small stores within the city limits such as QuickTrip and Ace Hardware, but you'll have to go just outside for grocery shopping. There is a Safeway and a Fry's grocery store just over the line in Sun City. This is where you'll also find pharmacies, gas stations, and all the essentials.

The Town

The Town Hall and its various offices, known as Clubhouse Square, was a working ranch before being donated to the city in 1961. From this homey atmosphere, the town sets about performing its town duties with great gusto.

For such a small place, Youngtown has an extensive government complete with a Mayor, Town Council, and Town Manager. The town is very, very active in listening to the needs and wants of its citizens and in enforcing the General Plan. There is even a Municipal Court and sitting judge in this small, but extremely independent town.

The Town Hall is not the only building that was part of the ranch. In fact, nearly all of the municipal offices are housed in former ranch buildings. The old bunkhouses for ranch hands house the Court and the Community Development office, an old tack and equipment storage shed house the Public Safety department and a former ranch garage houses the Sheriff's office.

In fact, the Public library on Clubhouse Square is the only new building constructed for the town. It was built in 1994.

Getting Involved

Youngtown strongly encourages community involvement with the Youngtown Citizens' Academy. The town likes to encourage its citizens to become interested and involved in local issues facing the town and to give them a voice in the community planning process. Residents are encouraged and can get support and guidance in becoming leaders by serving on boards and commissions or the Town Council.

Schools

The town, likely because its early focus had been on retirement living, doesn't have any schools within its limits. However, the area is served by the Peoria Unified School District.

The Parks

Greer Park is in the center of town and provides some nice green space and picnic areas that can be reserved. Schleifer Park has a children's play area and picnic areas and Maricopa Lake Park offers walking, picnicking and even fishing!

Events

Youngtown also sponsors a number of annual events for residents to gather and come together for some fun. The most popular is the G.A.I.N event that doubles as an opportunity for the town to celebrate its efforts in crime prevention and providing a safe neighborhood.

Another cool event is Box City. Kids, and adults, can have fun while learning about urban design. Participants will design and build a whole city out of cardboard. Aesthetics count and the 'town' is artfully decorated.

The Winter Miracle Event draws people from all around the area as Youngtown imports snow for the young, and the young-at-heart, to romp around in. Okay, it's not really cold enough for snow and it melts within a day or two, but for a few hours everyone can enjoy the winter wonderland.

No matter what time of year, Youngtown is definitely a place to consider for your next home!

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City GuideYoungtown
Youngtown has quite the ironic name. Or, maybe it was an exercise in positive thinking. Youngtown was started as a retirement community that excluded young people. Things have changed quite a bit since then.
Youngtown has quite the ironic name. Or, maybe it was an exercise in positive thinking. Youngtown was started as a retirement community that excluded young people. Things have changed quite a bit since then.

Youngtown has the distinction of being the oldest retirement community in the United States. But these days the town is a vibrant area of the Northwest Phoenix Valley of the Sun that is home to 6,156 people of all ages. The area is decidedly small, under two miles of land make up the town, but makes up for its size with a very involved and active community. The town was formed in 1954 when a couple of developers bought up 320 acres of farmland and created the first master-planned adult community in the United States. These men were well ahead of Del Webb and his Sun City community, which is now a neighbor. Things changed for Youngtown in 1996, however, when a resident was denied a request for a 16-year-old to live in Youngtown with them. The Arizona Attorney General got involved and it was determined that this particular bylaw was no good. By 1999, Youngtown was just a regular American town where anyone, and everyone, could live.

Moving to Youngtown

Youngtown has well-defined boundaries. The town is bordered by 111th Avenue to the east and the Agua Fria River to the west. Highway 60 forms the northern border and Olive Avenue the southern. Highway 60, also known as Grand Avenue, is a direct and easy route right into downtown Phoenix or up north if you are heading out of the heat and up to Flagstaff. The famous, and much larger, retirement community of Sun City is on the eastern border.

The community prides itself on keeping things neat, clean and safe by actively involving residents in the community and in enforcing the rules. You won't be having late night blowouts in this town!

There are a few apartment buildings scattered throughout town, but the majority of rental properties in Youngtown are house rentals. This means you will be dealing with a private rental agreement. Either way, complex or private, you'll need to have all your paperwork in order. Be sure to have your ID and proof of your income. Youngtown is big on safety so don't be surprised if you have to endure a credit check or a background check. Work out those cramps in your hand, because you'll likely have to fill out applications for apartments, as well.

Places to rent in Youngtown will require the usual upfront amount of cash. This usually includes the first month of rent and an added security deposit, which can be as much as another month of rent. Sometimes you will also have to have a last month's rent too. There are plenty of pet friendly rentals but you may have to pay an extra deposit in case of pet-related damage and some places even charge a monthly fee just to have a pet. These are a little less common though. The bottom line is that getting into a new rental situation costs money, so be prepared to wave those stacks of cash!

Moving to Youngtown
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Youngtown has well-defined boundaries. The town is bordered by 111th Avenue to the east and the Agua Fria River to the west. Highway 60 forms the northern border and Olive Avenue the southern. Highway 60, also known as Grand Avenue, is a direct and easy route right into downtown Phoenix or up north if you are heading out of the heat and up to Flagstaff. The famous, and much larger, retirement community of Sun City is on the eastern border.

The community prides itself on keeping things neat, clean and safe by actively involving residents in the community and in enforcing the rules. You won't be having late night blowouts in this town!

There are a few apartment buildings scattered throughout town, but the majority of rental properties in Youngtown are house rentals. This means you will be dealing with a private rental agreement. Either way, complex or private, you'll need to have all your paperwork in order. Be sure to have your ID and proof of your income. Youngtown is big on safety so don't be surprised if you have to endure a credit check or a background check. Work out those cramps in your hand, because you'll likely have to fill out applications for apartments, as well.

Places to rent in Youngtown will require the usual upfront amount of cash. This usually includes the first month of rent and an added security deposit, which can be as much as another month of rent. Sometimes you will also have to have a last month's rent too. There are plenty of pet friendly rentals but you may have to pay an extra deposit in case of pet-related damage and some places even charge a monthly fee just to have a pet. These are a little less common though. The bottom line is that getting into a new rental situation costs money, so be prepared to wave those stacks of cash!

Apartment Complexes in Youngtown

Youngtown House Apartments: Located on Arizona Avenue. Come check out this building if you are looking for the elusive studio apartment for rent because you can find one here. This building also allows pets. Renting here you can easily walk over to Maricopa Lake.

Sun Valley Apartments: Located on 113th Avenue and on a dead end street that ends at the beautiful Agua Fria River, this building offers lovely 1 bedroom apartments with one bath. The building also has its own pool, laundry facilities and a clubhouse for residents to use.

River Bend Apartments: River Bend is on Tennessee Avenue and also dead ends at the Agua Fria River. This building has mostly 1 bedroom apartments but there are also a few 2 bedroom apartments for rent. There is easy access to Highway 60 (Grand Avenue) from this location.

Apartment Complexes in Youngtown
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Youngtown House Apartments: Located on Arizona Avenue. Come check out this building if you are looking for the elusive studio apartment for rent because you can find one here. This building also allows pets. Renting here you can easily walk over to Maricopa Lake.

Sun Valley Apartments: Located on 113th Avenue and on a dead end street that ends at the beautiful Agua Fria River, this building offers lovely 1 bedroom apartments with one bath. The building also has its own pool, laundry facilities and a clubhouse for residents to use.

River Bend Apartments: River Bend is on Tennessee Avenue and also dead ends at the Agua Fria River. This building has mostly 1 bedroom apartments but there are also a few 2 bedroom apartments for rent. There is easy access to Highway 60 (Grand Avenue) from this location.

Living in Youngtown

Youngtown prides itself on providing quality living for its residents. There are seven parks in town as well as a lake and many town sponsored events. Your feet will be happy because almost everything is within walking distance!

Alabama Avenue is the main drag through town. There are a few small stores within the city limits such as QuickTrip and Ace Hardware, but you'll have to go just outside for grocery shopping. There is a Safeway and a Fry's grocery store just over the line in Sun City. This is where you'll also find pharmacies, gas stations, and all the essentials.

The Town

The Town Hall and its various offices, known as Clubhouse Square, was a working ranch before being donated to the city in 1961. From this homey atmosphere, the town sets about performing its town duties with great gusto.

For such a small place, Youngtown has an extensive government complete with a Mayor, Town Council, and Town Manager. The town is very, very active in listening to the needs and wants of its citizens and in enforcing the General Plan. There is even a Municipal Court and sitting judge in this small, but extremely independent town.

The Town Hall is not the only building that was part of the ranch. In fact, nearly all of the municipal offices are housed in former ranch buildings. The old bunkhouses for ranch hands house the Court and the Community Development office, an old tack and equipment storage shed house the Public Safety department and a former ranch garage houses the Sheriff's office.

In fact, the Public library on Clubhouse Square is the only new building constructed for the town. It was built in 1994.

Getting Involved

Youngtown strongly encourages community involvement with the Youngtown Citizens' Academy. The town likes to encourage its citizens to become interested and involved in local issues facing the town and to give them a voice in the community planning process. Residents are encouraged and can get support and guidance in becoming leaders by serving on boards and commissions or the Town Council.

Schools

The town, likely because its early focus had been on retirement living, doesn't have any schools within its limits. However, the area is served by the Peoria Unified School District.

The Parks

Greer Park is in the center of town and provides some nice green space and picnic areas that can be reserved. Schleifer Park has a children's play area and picnic areas and Maricopa Lake Park offers walking, picnicking and even fishing!

Events

Youngtown also sponsors a number of annual events for residents to gather and come together for some fun. The most popular is the G.A.I.N event that doubles as an opportunity for the town to celebrate its efforts in crime prevention and providing a safe neighborhood.

Another cool event is Box City. Kids, and adults, can have fun while learning about urban design. Participants will design and build a whole city out of cardboard. Aesthetics count and the 'town' is artfully decorated.

The Winter Miracle Event draws people from all around the area as Youngtown imports snow for the young, and the young-at-heart, to romp around in. Okay, it's not really cold enough for snow and it melts within a day or two, but for a few hours everyone can enjoy the winter wonderland.

No matter what time of year, Youngtown is definitely a place to consider for your next home!

Living in Youngtown
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Youngtown prides itself on providing quality living for its residents. There are seven parks in town as well as a lake and many town sponsored events. Your feet will be happy because almost everything is within walking distance!

Alabama Avenue is the main drag through town. There are a few small stores within the city limits such as QuickTrip and Ace Hardware, but you'll have to go just outside for grocery shopping. There is a Safeway and a Fry's grocery store just over the line in Sun City. This is where you'll also find pharmacies, gas stations, and all the essentials.

The Town

The Town Hall and its various offices, known as Clubhouse Square, was a working ranch before being donated to the city in 1961. From this homey atmosphere, the town sets about performing its town duties with great gusto.

For such a small place, Youngtown has an extensive government complete with a Mayor, Town Council, and Town Manager. The town is very, very active in listening to the needs and wants of its citizens and in enforcing the General Plan. There is even a Municipal Court and sitting judge in this small, but extremely independent town.

The Town Hall is not the only building that was part of the ranch. In fact, nearly all of the municipal offices are housed in former ranch buildings. The old bunkhouses for ranch hands house the Court and the Community Development office, an old tack and equipment storage shed house the Public Safety department and a former ranch garage houses the Sheriff's office.

In fact, the Public library on Clubhouse Square is the only new building constructed for the town. It was built in 1994.

Getting Involved

Youngtown strongly encourages community involvement with the Youngtown Citizens' Academy. The town likes to encourage its citizens to become interested and involved in local issues facing the town and to give them a voice in the community planning process. Residents are encouraged and can get support and guidance in becoming leaders by serving on boards and commissions or the Town Council.

Schools

The town, likely because its early focus had been on retirement living, doesn't have any schools within its limits. However, the area is served by the Peoria Unified School District.

The Parks

Greer Park is in the center of town and provides some nice green space and picnic areas that can be reserved. Schleifer Park has a children's play area and picnic areas and Maricopa Lake Park offers walking, picnicking and even fishing!

Events

Youngtown also sponsors a number of annual events for residents to gather and come together for some fun. The most popular is the G.A.I.N event that doubles as an opportunity for the town to celebrate its efforts in crime prevention and providing a safe neighborhood.

Another cool event is Box City. Kids, and adults, can have fun while learning about urban design. Participants will design and build a whole city out of cardboard. Aesthetics count and the 'town' is artfully decorated.

The Winter Miracle Event draws people from all around the area as Youngtown imports snow for the young, and the young-at-heart, to romp around in. Okay, it's not really cold enough for snow and it melts within a day or two, but for a few hours everyone can enjoy the winter wonderland.

No matter what time of year, Youngtown is definitely a place to consider for your next home!