Committed to

Developing Communities

A Lifetime of Building Arizona

Committed to

Developing Communities

A Lifetime of Building Arizona

Committed to a Lifetime of Community Building

George H. Johnson Projects

Johnson Utilities in Pinal County

Was the first in the state to use solar energy to fully power a wastewater treatment facility.

George envisioned and developed Johnson Ranch which was the first housing community in what is now called San Tan Valley, AZ.

George saw there was a huge need for a community library as there were no libraries in the area. He generously donated the building, books, and computers for the library in March, 2011.

The Golf Club at Oasis is a hidden gem located along Hunt Highway. Initially opened in 2003, the course features nine fairways and 18 greens. It's a nice, affordable course for the many residents and snowbirds who play it.

Florence School District was in dire need of an elementary school. George felt an obligation to help after he saw the distance children had to be bussed to school. He donated both the land and construction for the Walker Butte School.

The Hunt Highway portion that lies between Johnson Ranch and Florence was a dangerous dirt road. George saw this serious problem and addressed it.

The Starpointe Project located in Park City, Utah was a 6500 acre residential project conceived and started by Mr. Johnson. He had planned it out and started the first golf course and then sold it in 2001 and it was renamed as Promontory. The Promontory developer continued the vision of Mr. Johnson and today it ranks as one of the elite mountain resorts with superb amenities for every season. It has received much universal acclaim and stands above all other communities, www.promontoryclub.com.

Located in Scottsdale, AZ founded 36 years ago, this award-winning club offers an exciting blend of racquet sports, fitness, and swim amenities.

George developed and built this world-renowned resort and it opened in 1982. It is located in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains.

Traversing 11 miles through the heart of Scottsdale. This world-renown flood control project is rated among the top urban "green spaces" in Arizona.

It is no secret that George utilizes many of his own resources to help and support his community.

George often makes considerable donations to local and statewide charities involving children.