Stotonic (in Pinal County, AZ) Populated Place Profile


Stotonic (GNIS FID: 25340) is a populated place located in Pinal County at latitude 33.158 and longitude -111.799.

The elevation of Stotonic is 1,230 feet. Stotonic appears on the Gila Butte U.S. Geological Survey Map. Pinal County is in the Mountain Time Zone (UTC -7 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Stotonic Village CDP, AZ (1.4 miles WSW)
Lower Santan Village CDP, AZ (1.4 miles SE)
Sweet Water Village CDP, AZ (3.1 miles SW)
Upper Santan Village CDP, AZ (4.5 miles SE)
Goodyear Village CDP, AZ (4.9 miles WNW)
Casa Blanca, AZ (5.8 miles WSW)
Sun Lakes, AZ (5.8 miles NW)
Wet Camp Village CDP, AZ (6 miles W)
Sacaton, AZ (6.6 miles SSE)
Chandler, AZ (10.5 miles NNW)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

Santan, AZ (1.4 miles N)
Sweetwater, AZ (3.1 miles SW)
South Santan, AZ (4.1 miles SE)
Bapchule, AZ (4.5 miles WSW)
Serape, AZ (5.6 miles NNW)
Sun Lakes Mobile Home Park, AZ (6.1 miles NW)
Hamilton Corner, AZ (6.7 miles NNW)
Ocotillo, AZ (6.8 miles NNW)
Snaketown, AZ (7.2 miles WNW)
Chandler Heights, AZ (7.5 miles ENE)

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