It is one of the many communities of the Black Hills Indian Reservation. It is the largest predominantly Indian settlement on the Fort Mojave Reservation. Arizona Village is a cdp or Census Designated Place. The 2010 census for Arizona Village was 946. That is an increase of 595 from the 2000 census of 351. Native Americans account for 89% of the cdp's population according to the 2000 census. Adjacent to Arizona Village is another settlement that became a part of Arizona Village a little before 2000 or a little after 2000. The 2010 census for Arizona Village is 946. However, the demographics have changed. Whites now make up 41% of the cdp's population. The Indian population including Mexican and mixed bloods, is near 58% of the community's population. Below are several links to pictures of Arizona Village, Arizona. The north part is the part of the settlement which is 89% Indian. The south part is very mixed.