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In The News...

Mayer Public Library Offers Programs for All

Library Coordinators Danielle Navarro and Diane Milinkovich are hard at work creating great reasons for Mayer residents to come to the library. From beginning readers and their parents, to aspiring young coders, to adults who would like to get to know each other better, library programs are giving the folks in Mayer a chance to learn, connect, and have fun together. |  PRESS RELEASE

Perkinsville Timber Bridge Rehabiliation Near Chino Valley

Please be advised that Technology Construction, Inc., in conjunction with Yavapai County, will be performing bridge work on Perkinsville Road timber bridge eight miles east of Highway 89 in the Chino Valley area. Construction work will consist of replacing the timber bridge deck, replacing the bridge barrier rail, miscellaneous concrete repair work, asphalt paving, and updating the guardrail. Construction will begin February 24, 2020 and continue through April 30, 2020.  | PRESS RELEASE

Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Appoint New Finance Director

On Wednesday February 19, Yavapai County Administrator, Phil Bourdon, presented the Board of Supervisors with the name of Lars Johnson, as a candidate to fill the position of Yavapai County Finance Director. The Board voted unanimously to accept the recommendation and appoint Mr. Johnson effective March 30, 2020. Mr. Johnson is replacing Dan Rusing who retired from the position in 2019. | PRESS RELEASE

Yavapai County Board of Supervisors to Consider Appointment to Fill Treasurer Vacancy

The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors received several letters of interest to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Treasurer Ross Jacobs. The following individuals submitted Letters of Interest by the deadline:
Robert L. Beyea
Gary L. Freed
Arlo “Chip” Davis
Pam Pearsall
Michael Sarti

Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Voted to Approve Second Amendment Resolution

On February 5, 2020, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to approve a Resolution, which supported the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution and declared Yavapai County a Second Amendment Sanctuary County. | PRESS RELEASE

Yavapai County Treasurer Submits Resignation

After 23 years as the Yavapai County Treasurer, Ross Jacobs, in a letter to Board of Supervisor Chairman Craig Brown, has asked the board to consider his notice of resignation, effective February 3, 2020. | PRESS RELEASE

Community Cleanup in Black Canyon City

The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors, working with the Public Works Department, is pleased to announce a community cleanup in Black Canyon City. | PRESS RELEASE | FLYER

Yavapai County is a Dark Sky County

According to a joint press release by Lowell Observatory and the National Optical Astronomy Observatory (January 6, 2017), “Artificial light glow is a threat to astronomical research, personal safety, and the health of both humans and wildlife, and the problem is worsening with the proliferation of LED billboards and blue light LEDs as an option for street lighting.” Part of any new construction inspection, to obtain a Certificate of Occupancy (CO) for a building located in an unincorporated area of Yavapai County, is a Dark Sky verification performed by a Yavapai County Development Services Department inspector. | PRESS RELEASE

Yavapai County Meets with Behavioral Health Experts to Discuss Collocated Facility at Criminal Justice Center in Prescot

In December of 2019, several representatives from Yavapai County, Prescott and Prescott Valley Police Depts., and nearly every medical organization located in Yavapai County that has a Behavioral Health (BH) component, met with Falcon Inc. to discuss the need for a Collocated Behavioral Health facility near the Criminal Justice Center being built in Prescott. According to Falcon’s website, “the Falcon team aims to take behavioral health services to new heights, ensuring its utmost potential by delivering real, sustainable results for County and State jurisdictions.” | PRESS RELEASE

Yavapai County Begins 2020/2021 Budget Process

On Wednesday January 22, 2020, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors met at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University for a special budget retreat to discuss a few of the larger upcoming budget issues and begin the budget process. | PRESS RELEASE

Spring Creek Development Sent Back to Planning and Zoning

On January 15, 2020, at the regular Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting in Cottonwood, the applicants Eric and Lisa Borowsky, requested a continuance for a zoning map change of approximately 282 acres, known as Spring Creek, until the March 18, 2020 Board of Supervisors meeting.  | PRESS RELEASE

Construction Begins at Cordes Library!

Monday, January 13th, work begins to turn the long-vacant lot [donated by the library’s Friends group] behind the library into a new parking area for 19 vehicles.  The parking lot will present a valuable increase in capacity for the library, which regularly hosts events and programs that are full to capacity.  When the parking lot is level and usable, construction on the new meeting room addition [Phase2] to the front of the building will begin and should go into April.  | PRESS RELEASE

Residents reminded Census Bureau workers will be in Yavapai County

As the 2020 Census approaches, Yavapai County residents will begin to see Census Bureau workers out in their communities. However, the public is reminded to ensure they are being visited by an official representative. Decennial Census Address Canvassers, who verify addresses in preparation for the Census, will be in the area through July, and permanent annual surveyors may currently be in Yavapai County.  | PRESS RELEASE

A Message from the Director - U.S. Census Bureau

The Census Bureau is visiting Yavapai County as part of the 2020 Decennial Census. The decennial census counts everyone in the United States, including people who live or stay in nontraditional living situations such as RV parks, marinas, campgrounds, racetracks, carnivals and hotels/motels. The Census Bureau data collected determines how more than $675 billion of federal funding are spent on infrastructure, programs, and services each year.  | PRESS RELEASE

Yavapai County – A Great Place to Start Your Career In 2020

Start 2020 with a new outlook on life and possibly a new career with Yavapai County.  If you recently graduated from High School, moved to the area or are just in need of a new career, now is the time to act.  Yavapai County is one of the larger employers in the area and currently looking to fill 27 positions.  This may be the perfect time to start a new career doing something you love that also supports your community.  | PRESS RELEASE
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