ARIZONA

ARIZONA

Skyline of Downtown Phoenix, AZ

Forward Van Lines specializes in providing outstanding moving services to the state of Arizona. With full coverage in Tucson, Mesa Phoenix our professional services include interstate, local and international moves into and from Arizona.Arizona is noted for its desert climate in its southern half, with very hot summers and mild winters. The northern half of the state features forests of pine, Douglas fir, and spruce trees; the Colorado Plateau; some mountain ranges (such as the San Francisco Mountains); as well as large, deep canyons, with much more moderate summer temperatures and significant winter snowfalls.

State webpage: https://az.gov/

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Official language: English
Spoken languages: English (78.58% of the population)
Spanish (21.57% of the population)
Navajo (1.54% of the population)
Demonym: Arizonan

Capital: Phoenix
Largest city: Phoenix Metropolitan Area
Area: Ranked 6th in the US

  • Total: 113 990 square miles (295,234km²)
  • Width: 310 miles (500 km)
  • Length: 400 miles (645 km)
  • % Water: 0.35
  • Latitude 31°20’N to 37°N
  • Longitude 109°03’W to 114°49’W
Population: Ranked 16th in the US

  • Total: 6,482, 505 (2011est)
  • Density: 57 per square miles (22km²) Ranked 33rd in the US
Elevation:

  • Highest point: Humphreys Peak with 12, 637 ft (3852m)
  • Mean: 4100 ft (1250m)
  • Lowest point: Colorado border at the Senora border 72 ft(22m)
Before statehood:
Admission to Union: February 14 , 1912 (48th)
Time zones:

  • Most of the States: Mountain UTC -7
  • Navajo Nation: Mountain UTC -7/-8
Abbreviation: AZ Ariz. US-AZ

 


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