offer a broad range of facilities, including an art gallery, two libraries, a
museum, two golf courses, an indoor and drive-in theater, three swimming pools,
six parks, several baseball/Tball fields. The Community Concert Series is also
popular. The town of Miami provides Dial-A-Ride services.
In addition to communication resources from the rest of the state, the
Globe/Miami area has several daily and weekly newspapers, radio stations from
Phoenix and Tucson, as well as six local radio stations, 61 television channels
via cable and six Phoenix channels via UHF.
There are six public elementary schools, two junior high schools, three high
schools, a private elementary school and a community college. Gila Pueblo
College, a branch of Eastern Arizona College (EAC) located two miles south of
Globe, offers two-year programs in university transfer education and
occupational education. Northern Arizona University, in partnership with EAC,
offers undergraduate and graduate programs; for information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Vocational education, including a number of mining-related courses, is
also offered at the college and at Globe High School.
include one acute-care hospital with 24-hour emergency physicians,
10 medical clinics and two nursing homes. Medical practitioners include 18
full-time and 33 part-time physicians, 13 dentists and five
are four financial institutions with six branch offices and three mortgage
brokers in the area. Globe and Miami businesses are eligible for assistance in
financing fixed assets through the Finance Division, Arizona Department of
Commerce. Information on private activity bonds and additional financial
assistance within the county may be obtained from the Southern Gila County
Economic Development Corp.
Globe is governed by a mayor, six council members and a city manager. Miami is
governed by a mayor, six council members and a town manager. Both cities have
police departments, access to the sheriff's department and a fire department.
Residents use the Globe-San Carlos Regional Airport with a lighted 4,750-foot
runway (500 feet at each end is unpaved).
Properties. There is a 50-acre industrial park. Contact Tribal Planner, San
Carlos Tribe, P.O. Box 0, San Carlos, AZ 85550, (520) 475-2332. There is also a
private industrial park located 1 mile north of Globe on Highway 60. For more
information call SGCEDC, (520)
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