Shooting stars can travel as rapidly as 291,000 miles per hour. While the West Valley isn’t technically a shooting star, its growth is certainly meteoric.
Simply put by Founder and President of Arizona Strategies, Karrin Taylor Robson, “The next decade belongs to the West Valley.”
Want proof? WESTMARC’s collaborative work with Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) has plenty to show for how and why all eyes are turned west.
In 2000, MAG reported a population of 1,027,995 in the West Valley. By 2015, the population rose to 1,565,518 and by 2030, the West Valley will be home to 2,094,824 residents.