Deer Valley is a subdivision in Phoenix that borders both the cities of Glendale and Peoria. It was created in 1972 and currently has a population of more than 165,000 residents. It is adjacent to the neighborhoods of North Mountain, North Gateway, Desert View, and Paradise Valley. Interstate 17 and Arizona Loop 101 both run through Deer Valley.
As one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in Phoenix, Deer Valley is home to some of the area’s top attractions. Wet N’ Wild Phoenix is located in this subdivision. Other local attractions include the Norterra Mall and the Adobe Mountain Train Museum.
Turf Paradise, a world-class horse racing track, is also located in Deer Valley, as is the Deer Valley Airport that is used for general aviation purposes. Deer Valley also has a number of hiking and biking trails as well as city parks that are open to the public. The Adobe Dam Regional Park is one of the main attractions found in this neighborhood.
Home prices in Deer Valley range from $210,000 to $277,000 on average. The neighborhood consists primarily of single-family homes. The subdivision is also served by several public schools including Deer Valley Middle School, Barry Goldwater High School, Cactus View Elementary School, Vista Verde Middle School, Constitution Elementary School, and North Canyon High School. These schools comprise the Deer Valley Unified School District.
The neighborhood is also served by HonorHealth Deer Valley Medical Center. This hospital is a 240-bed full-service hospital that offers both inpatient and outpatient services.