ⓘ Hayden, Arizona

Hayden, Arizona

ⓘ Hayden, Arizona

Hayden was a prosperous mining town founded in 1911, which is in the process of becoming a Ghost town. Hayden was founded in 1909 and owned by the Kennecott Copper Corp. In 1912, the company built a 1.000 feet smelter named the "Hayden Smelter". It is the tallest smelter chimney in Arizona.

Mine veins started to dry and was the cause of the cities devastating economic failures. Also in the case of Hayden local government, business and the younger generation turned away from the city. In the cities the level of crime increased, and residents began to move to other cities. The city was also riddled with political scandals.

Once thriving businesses have closed their doors and boarded up. Churches, schools and houses abandoned and some were even burned to the ground. Valley national Bank, local Bank refused his building, which now holds the police Department Hayden. According to the mayor, Bob Smith, Hayden has more police cars, then the police.

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