Organizations & Associations

Copper Town Association, Inc.

The Copper Town Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of volunteers in San Manuel, Arizona who are enthusiastic in promoting economic and social opportunities. It hosts the annual Copper Town Days as well as provides this volunteer made website.

The Copper Town Association usually meets once a month. Visit the calendar for date, time and location. We are happy to have anyone join our volunteer group that is interested in seeing San Manuel grow. There are no dues. Learn more

Mailing address: PO Box 463, San Manuel, AZ 85631 | Webpage | Facebook

San Manuel Revitalization Coalition

“Our mission is to develop and implement programs to empower individuals, families and businesses to build sustainability and economic prosperity in San Manuel”.

Website | Facebook

“Start At The Street”

Volunteer organization of local and area residents meets to improve the visual appearance of San Manuel, Arizona. | Facebook

San Manuel Historical Society

The San Manuel Historical Society provides a mining museum at: 141 8th Ave, San Manuel, AZ 85631 | Facebook

Oracle Visitor’s Center

Find tourism information related to the tri-community and copper corridor area. 1470 W. American Avenue in Oracle, AZ | 520 896-3300 | Facebook | Webpage

Explore Pinal County Arizona

Find various attractions throughout Pinal County. Lists places to eat, lodging & RV, events and more. | Website

Local First Arizona

A non-profit organization that helps smaller communities in Arizona develop identity and improve the local economy. 602 956-0909 | Website | Facebook

Copper Corridor Economic Development Coalition

“CCEDC is a regional non-profit that works with communities of eastern Pinal and Southern Gila counties to develop programs for a sustainable economy”. | Website | Facebook

Oracle Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation

A non-profit, 501(c)(3), volunteer organization that rescues, cares for, and places in permanent homes at-risk companion animals in Oracle, Arizona and surrounding communities. | Facebook