2017 – Great news for beautification projects in Superior. We have secured 80, 5 gallon buckets of paint at a huge discount through Habitat for Humanity. That’s 400 gallons of paint. Enough to paint about 25 houses. The Rebuild Superior committees are working on a plan to make the paint available to homeowners at a very low cost. More to come on this project soon.
News flash! Dr Wilt, who owns a number of properties in Superior, has donated $2,500 to start a fund to buy paint and supplies for community properties. The Chamber just received a grant from APS for $2,250 to add to that fund. By Summer, 2017, this Town is going to shine!
DISCOVER HISTORY AND EXPLORE THE TRADITION.
HISTORIC HOTEL MAGMA OPENED IN 1912.... RE-OPENED MARCH 1ST, 2019
One unique place in the heart of Superior, Arizona, went into a complete process of historical restoration for a period of more than five years to bring its beautiful structure and interior to its birth date.
An extremely delicate and complex task with an unlimited level of satisfaction, not only for the developer, Los Cedros Superior LLC., but most importantly, to the magic Town of Superior.
Our highest respect and gratefulness to the Government of the United States of America, the Government of the State of Arizona, Pinal County, and the Town of Superior, for the great support and encouragement to make this dream of many come true.
Our recognition to every and all the workers that participated in the development of this project.
Thanks to all the resident of the Town of Superior and innumerable visitors that have supported us from the very beginning until the now re-opening of Historic Hotel MAGMA.
Welcome to Historic Hotel MAGMA, NOW OPEN..!!!
Resolution Copper is working with the community as we safely and responsibly develop one of the largest copper mines in North America, bringing jobs and long-term economic benefits to Arizona’s Copper Triangle region.
For more than a decade, we've listened proactively during ongoing public consultation about the Resolution Copper project. We understand concerns remain. We are committed to continued engagement with communities and Native American Tribes and working to seek consent before any decision on the project's development.
On Friday, January 15, the project reached an important milestone in the federal permitting process. The US Forest Service published the Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for Resolution Copper, informed by more than seven years of independent study and public engagement.
We appreciate the Arizonans who used this opportunity to voice their support for the project and the potential long-term benefits it can bring to the area.