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Buckeye, Arizona is located within Maricopa County and is considered the westernmost suburb of the Phoenix metro area. According to 2010 Census figures, Buckeye has a population of more than 50,000 residents. This is nearly a 700 percent increase from the 6,500-plus residents, according to the 2000 Census.

The town was first settled in the late 1800s, when Buckeye’s earliest resident, Malin Jackson, constructed the Buckeye Canal. Though first referred to as Sidney, after Jackson’s hometown in Ohio, the town wasn’t referred to as Buckeye until 1910.

Resident’s enjoy great pricing on new homes and resale houses and having convenient access to the I-10 freeway. Schools are operated by the Buckeye Elementary School District, Liberty Elementary School Disctrict, and Buckeye Union High School District. Plus there are several local attractions that make Buckeye unique, such as the Buckeye Valley Museum, Anderson Institute of Music & Performing Arts, and golf courses are a plenty, including Raven Golf Club at Verrado, Sundance Golf Club, and Copper Canyon Golf Club.

When it comes to dining, you have all the standard fast food and many chain restaurants; however, people in the know appreciate Palermos Pizza, La Placita Café, Ramiro’s Mexican Food, and Café 25:35.

For a great family outing, check out Buckeye Town Park, Summit Park, Lost Creek Park, or Skyline Regional Park. You can also explore nearby Estrella Mountain Regional Park and South Mountain.

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