Tempe Information

A business-friendly community, Tempe hosts the corporate offices of Insight Computers, Edward Jones, Medtronic, Motorola, JPMorgan Chase Bank, Wells Fargo, and US Airways. The City of Tempe Arizona Cultivates a unique urban environment in the heart of the metropolitan Phoenix area. The city offers the most educated workforce in the area and amenities such as Arizona State University, Tempe Town Lake, loft living and a vibrant downtown with more than 20,000 workers. Triathlons, art festivals, national sporting events and a variety of musical venues spotlight Tempe's creative spirit.

Some of the top choices for visitors around the city include:

Mill Avenue Fall Festival of the Arts
Mill Avenue, Tempe, AZ 85281
+1 480-921-2300
Three day arts and crafts festival including more than 600 artists exhibiting wonderful works of art including paintings, photography, jewelry, and pottery. Live entertainment will fill the street.

Island of Big Surf
1500 North McClintock Road, Tempe, AZ 85281
+1 480 947 7873
This Polynesian-themed water park has been a mainstay in summer fun for decades. The 20-acre park is great for kids of all ages, with a wading pool for the wee ones to thrilling slides for the daredevils. The wave pool is the closest thing we have to the ocean, where kids can body surf and boogie board.

Tempe Town Lake
620 North Mill Avenue, Tempe, AZ 85281
+1 480-858-2059
Take a journey to Tempe Town Lake, one of Arizona's most popular outdoor destinations. More than 2 million people visit Town Lake each year to boat, fish, attend concerts, fireworks and a variety of festivals. It's also one of Tempe's best development sites. Click on the above photos to find information on a variety of Town Lake subjects, including the rich history of Rio Salado, financing, and volunteer opportunities.