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Other Spellings

N 179th Dr is also spelled 179th Drive, 179th Driv, 179th Drv.
Waddell, AZ

Time Zone & Current Time

Waddell, AZ lies within the Mountain Standard Time (or MST). The current time in Mountain Standard Time is 06:08 PM on 05/24/2015.
Waddell, AZ

Top Streets

143rd Ave, 144th Dr, 162nd Ln, 171st Dr, 171st Ln, 172nd Dr, 172nd Ln, 173rd Ave, 173rd Dr, and 173rd Ln
Waddell, AZ

Population Demographics

Household Income
$86k
Home Value
$218k
Age
33 years old
Gender
50% male
Local Ethnicity
Caucasian
Ethnicity Ratio
83%
Occupation
Management

About Waddell, AZ

Waddell is an unincorporated community in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States, northwest of the city of Phoenix. The original Waddell area is located right off Waddell Rd. and between Citrus Rd. and 186th Avenue. It was established sometime in the 1930s when a citrus farmer named Truman began farming the land. The very first citrus tree planted by Truman, on the corner of Waddell Rd. and Cotton Lane, stayed standing as a landmark until February 2009 due to development. Some unincorporated areas west of Surprise, Arizona, may still identify as being part of Waddell. The city of Surprise offered to annex the town but was denied by the HOA.date=May 2009 With the expansion of Surprise, use of the name Waddell to describe the location is rapidly falling into disuse. Influence of the name can still be seen in the name of Waddell Road, an arterial street running through Surprise, as well as the New Waddell Dam at Lake Pleasant. In November 2010 the White Tank Regional Library opened. Was named after General George Allen Waddell III of the 5th cavalry who fought in the Indian American War. General Waddell resided along the road of his namesake until his death in 1855. General Waddell's vision for his town was to become the only all cow farming town in Arizona. (more on Wikipedia)