Phone: 520.363.5547
Fax: 520.363.7527
912-C Tilbury Drive
P. O. Box 639
Kearny, AZ 85137
Town Manager
Town Clerk Amanda Kenney

Town Attorney

Steve Cooper
Accounts Payable Amanda Kenney

The Town of Kearny operates under the Council-Manager form of government. As such, the Town Manager and staff is responsible for the day-to-day operation of all Town government functions under policy direction from the Mayor and Town Council.

The Mayor and Council, acting as the legislative body, determine Town policy. The Town Manager proposes new policies and implements and administers policy adopted by the Town Council. The Town Manager is also responsible for development and administration of the Town’s operating budget once approved by the Mayor and Council. The Mayor and Council appoint the Town Manager.


The Town Manager is the Chief Executive Officer for the Town, and is ultimately responsible for the general operation of all Town services, programs, and functions. The Town Manager also acts as an Ex-Officio Officer on all Commissions and Boards.

Amanda Kenny, Town Clerk

The duties of the Town Clerk are to maintain a true and correct record of all business transacted by the Town Council and any other record that pertains to the business of the Town or that the Council directs. The Clerk keeps all public records and public documents as provided by State Statute. The Mayor and Council appoint the Town Clerk.

The Town Clerk also acts as the Town Treasurer, keeping accurate and complete records of all financial aspects of the Town. Payroll, purchases, and billing fall under the scope of the Town Clerk.

The Town Clerk is the Town Election Official and performs those duties required by State Statute for the Election process.

All requests for Public Information should be directed to the Clerk's Office. Requests will be processed within a reasonable time.

Services Provided by Town Administration
Town Administration
Utility/Ambulance Billing

Notary Public (Free to Kearny residents – if you require witnesses, the Town cannot guarantee witnesses will be available – please bring witnesses with you.)

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Kearny Airport (E67)
Secondary Airport - Daytime Takeoff & Landing Only

Aerial view of the Kearny Airport approach.

1833' Adj S.
33°02.75"N 110°54.62"W

TFD-114.8 R067° 51 nm.
TPA 2800 MSL CTAF 122.9

Runways: 8 & 26 3400 X 60 - concrete.

RP 26: Fly pattern north of twin water towers. Calm wind runway 8. Expect turbulence on approach to 26 with wind out of North.

Be alert for animals & birds in vicinity. Rising terrain all quadrants except SE.

Tiedown slot at the Airport.

Daily Tiedown Fee: $3
Monthly Tiedown Fee: $20
Hanger Rent: $75 (upon availability)

FBO: Little Flyers (informal FBO) • P. O. Box 657 • Kearny, AZ 85137
Phone: 520.363.5175 • Fax: 520.363.5178
Courtesy Car available while Little Flyers is open.

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375 Alden Road • Kearny, AZ 85137


Fire Department: 520.363.7755

375 Alden Road
P. O. Box 639
Kearny, AZ 85137

Fire Chief

Gary Stepke

The Town of Kearny operates and maintains its own Volunteer Fire Department

The Kearny Volunteer Fire Department uses modern equipment to tackle the multiple operations a rural-area Fire Deparment is presented with. Whether it be structural fires, highway vehicle rescues, or wildfires, the Kearny FD is well-trained and prepared to assist and protect our residents and visitors alike.

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Phone: (520) 363-5861
Fax: (520) 363-5214
912-A Tilbury Drive
P. O. Box 639
Kearny, AZ 85137

Arthur E. Pomery Library is part of the Pinal County Library System. Not only does our local library maintain a wide array of material, in different media forms, but also has Internet Access for Kearny residents.

The library also participates in the Pinal County Interlibrary Loan Program, which allows users to borrow books from any public library across Pinal County. For more information, contact the helpful, friendly Library Staff!

Library Hours:
Monday - Friday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

— Inter-library Loan (exchanging circulation with other County Libraries)
— e-books
— Public Access Computers:
        - E-Mail
        - Internet
— Public Fax
— Daily Newspaper
— Magazines
— Videos & DVDs

— Every third Wednesday of the month Tea Party at 1:00 pm
— Tuesday's crocheting at 1:00pm

Fun van from Apache Junction, Tuesdays 10:00-11:30am; 5 year olds and under.

Story Hour:
Thursday’s: 10:00 am

Summer Reading Program:
This is a Statewide program, where elementary-age children get the opportunity to be exposed to different types of reading, along with arts, crafts and other fun during the summer. Contact the Library for more details.

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Phone: 520.866.7821
Fax: 520.363.9523
355 Alden Road
P. O. Box 639
Kearny, AZ 85137
Magistrate Dave Orzell   
Clerk of the Court Holli Lerma


The Kearny Magistrate Court presides over all Kearny Code violations, including local traffic tickets, code violations, and arrests made by Kearny Police Department.

Pay your court obligatio with cash at 7-Eleve, CVS Pharmacy, and more.
How it works.
1. Location the barcode on the notice or get your code by visiting AZ Court Pay
2. Show your barcode at any participating store and ask the cashier to make a cash payment. A $2.99 fee applies. before you go, know your balance due and how much you want to pay. the cashier will not have access to this information.
3. Keep your receipt. The court is notified automatically, and payment posts within 15 minutes.

Got questions? Call (800) 720-7743 or visit AZ Court Pay

Download Court Instructions

"Arizona Court Care Website — information for Arizonans on the involuntary treatment or "civil commitment"

The Arizona Supreme Court Committee on Mental Health and the Justice System, established by Administrative Order 2018-71, works to improve the administration of civil and criminal justice for persons with mental health canditions. The Committee is also charged with educating the public on court processes and resources available for individuals in the system who have behavioral health treatment needs.

Through a partnership with the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services (Bar Foundation), the Committee and the Arizona Supreme Court have developed a new website — AZ Court Care: — to convey information on the treatment or "civil commitment" process in Arizona.

The website includes basic information on:

• What to do in a crisis situation — including (calling non-police crisis hotlines, when appropriate.)

• Forms and other resources reeded.

• The process in general that can apply to any Arizona county.

• A glossary and collection of acronyms.

Download Full Document

AZPOINT, the Arizona Protective Order Initiation and Notification Tool, has been designed to help you fill out a petition for an Order of Protection. Through an interview in AZPOINT, you can quickly and accurately fill out the forms that are needed to request an Order of Protection at an Arizona court. An Order of Protection is a court order that is issued to stop a person from committing domestic violence or from contacting other people protected by the order. The portal will also help you figure out whether you (the plaintiff) and the person from whom you are seeking protection (the defendant) have a qualifying relationship for an Order of Protection. Your information will be saved in AZPOINT for up to 90 days. At any time during this 90-day period, you may take the next step of filing your petition at an Arizona court. Until you file your petition at a court, you will be able to return to AZPOINT to update your information if necessary. You are encouraged to speak to a victim advocate before you file your petition. An advocate can help you make a safety plan and give you more information about how an Order of Protection works and how it will be served on the defendant. For more information, click here to go to AZPOINT.

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Phone: 520.363.5566
Fax: 520.363.5321
355 Alden Road
P. O. Box 639
Kearny, AZ 85137
Police Chief Wallace Kenney  

The Kearny Police Department is Arizona POST certified, with five full-time officers, and additional reservists. Kearny PD provides 24-hour protection for Kearny residents, as well as Community Outreach throughout the year.

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Public Works Yard: 520.363.7747
Wastewater Plant: 520.363.0209
1201 Emery Drive
P. O. Box 639
Kearny, AZ 85137
Public Works Manager Jake Acton  
Foreman Reggie Lechuga

The Public Works Department oversees four departments:

Water DepartmentSewer/Wastewater Treatment

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Phone: 520.363.5547
Fax: 520.363.7527
912-C Tilbury Drive
P. O. Box 639
Kearny, AZ 85137
Recreation Dept. Head
Recreation Coordinator (Kids Kamp) Vacant  

Community Swimming Pool 912-D Tilbury Drive 520.363.7625
Constitution Hall 912-E Tilbury Drive 520.363.5071
Hubbard Park 912-C Tilbury Drive  
Teen Center 912-B Tilbury Drive 520.363.5189


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