Sacaton Tree Service

Arizona’s Best Licensed Tree Care Service in Sacaton

  • General Maintenance Services and Cleanup

  • Affordable, Almost Cheap Chipping Options

  • Certified Tree Experts Near You

Sick or Dying Trees? Our tree doctors are the best in the great Sun Valley! Now offering tree services near you in Sacaton. Call us today for a free quote to get an idea of what your project might cost.

Tree Removal and Relocation

  • Now Offering Tree Moving

  • Palm Tree Removal Also Available

  • We Handle Large Downed Trees

  • Emergency Services for Fallen Trees

Want to know what it costs to take care of your trees in Sacaton? Call our expert tree removers today for a free quote and consultation.

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Certified Arborist Tree Service

  • Tree Consultant and Specialist

  • Quality Arbor Care

Trimming, Pruning and More

  • Palm Tree Cutting Service

  • Top Rated Tree Cutter Companies

  • Always a Trimmer Near You

We offer affordable trimming services no matter the size of your project. Call us to see what your trimming job could cost you.

Tree Stump Grinder and Removal

  • Palm Stump Removal

Sacaton, AZ is a small town in Pinal County in Arizona in the United States. It is a census designated place where the population was at over 1500 people in the 2000 annual census. The town is the capital to many people in the Gila River Indian Community.

The whole town is 2.4 miles, all of which is its land. The racial makeup of the population includes Native Americans, Asian and White people. The town is located one and a quarter miles west of of the Butterfield Overland Mall which was established in 1958.

There are a few famous people from the town such as Ira Hayes, a marine, who helped in raising the flag on Iwo Jima in 1945. There is also Mary Thomas who was a governor to the Gila River Indian Community in 1994 to 2000.

Sacaton, Arizona is filled with recognized historic structures and monuments. The structures include; the C. H. Cook Memorial Church, the grave of a civil war veteran Colonel James Patton Perkins, Pvt. Matthew B, Juan Monument which was built in 1928 and Gila River War Relocation Center.

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