Located in Northeastern Arizona, the Town of Springerville is at the heart of the growing southwest. Originally established in 1879, Springerville sits at an elevation of 7,000 feet. Growing around Henry Springer’s trading post, the town was incorporated in 1948. Along with it’s neighbor Eagar, both communities reside in the Round Valley.
A variety of industries shape Springerville’s economic profile. In the early days, cattle and sheep ranching were principal economic activities, but these have gradually been replaced by tourism, agriculture, construction, forestry, and retail sales in support of the 2,000 local residents and an additional 9,000 residents that make up the trade area.
Springerville’s location at the junction of US 60 and State Highways 180 and 191, combined with nearby airport facilities, make it easily accessible. A stable and well-trained workforce makes Springerville an ideal location for small businesses wishing to capitalize on the "get it done" work ethic that is becoming a hallmark of rural communities.
Springerville offers a broad range of facilities to its residents, including a library, museum, and numerous athletic facilities. Springerville is also home to Casa Malpais, a nationally recognized archeological ruins.
Combined with a mild climate and proximity to a wealth of outdoor recreation year round, ranging from hunting and fishing to winter skiing, Springerville is a haven for recreational enthusiasts in Arizona and New Mexico.
Whatever your reason—the exceptional recreational opportunities, a strong workforce, low cost of living, or quiet, hometown atmosphere—you’ll find Springerville an ideal location to grow a business or a family.