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In The News...

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

Rezoning Request for Spring Creek Ranch Posponed

The agenda for the regular Board of Supervisors meeting scheduled for January 15, 2020, has changed. The Request for Consideration of a Zoning Map Change from RCU-2A (Residential; Rural) to PAD (Planned Area Development) requested by SCR Manager, LLC for the properties located off of Spring Creek Ranch Road in the Community of Cornville, will not be heard on the 15th.  | 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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