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Yavapai County Recorder’s Office Service Information Update

Yavapai County Recorder’s Office is suspending in-person customer service at the Prescott and Cottonwood locations as of Monday, July 6th, 2020. Customer service will be conducted solely via drop box, phone, standard mail or email. | ANNOUNCEMENT

Yavapai County Buildings Closing to the Public for a Second Time

On Monday July 6th, all Yavapai County buildings will once again be closed to the public due to the recent spike in Covid-19 positive test results. This does not mean that the County is not hard at work, it simply means that if you need to meet with someone in person you will need to contact the department, and we strongly recommend you wear a mask when you arrive. | PRESS RELEASE

Online Vehicle Auction - August

Online Only - No on-site previews
Starts at 8:00am on Saturday August 8th, 2020

Online Vehicle Auction - July

Online Only - No on-site previews
Starts at 8:00am on Saturday July 25th, 2020

District Libraries Re-Open with Safety in Mind

District Libraries will re-open on Monday, June 15th. Patrons will be able to visit their community branch libraries once again to browse the shelves and use the many services they've come to rely on. To maximize safety, the number of people in the building at one time, as well as some services, will be limited. | PRESS RELEASE

A letter from Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Chairman Craig L. Brown

Several Counties have seen large increases in Covid-19 cases, while here in Yavapai County, we have experienced a smaller but not insignificant increase in positive cases. It is important to remember that now is not the time to let down our guard. We can maintain our low numbers if we continue to abide by State and local recommendations for social distancing, hand washing, and mask-wearing while in public. While slightly inconvenient, these measures may be the difference between life and death for those in our community most at risk. | LETTER

Sedona Sky is Getting Quiet

Yavapai County and the City of Sedona, along with the Sedona Airport Authority and the two helicopter companies offering tours in Sedona have agreed to a “No-Fly” zone encompassing the entire City of Sedona. Under the agreement, several major resorts and neighborhoods outside the city limits are also included where tour helicopters will no longer fly. | PRESS RELEASE

Cottonwood Treasurer's Office New Hours of Operation

The Treasurer's office in Cottonwood will be closed on Fridays, beginning 6/12/2020. Hours of Operation will be Monday through Thursday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. The Prescott Treasurer's office hours of operation will remain Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Yavapai County Citizens Academy Coming to the Verde Valley

The Yavapai County Citizens Academy provides residents with insights into how their government works, promotes open lines of communication, and offers a clear understanding of how County services affect the everyday lives of its citizens. Anyone interested in attending this Verde Valley Citizens Academy can apply by visiting The Yavapai County Citizens Academy in the Verde Valley will be open for registration from June 15 through July 30, 2020 or until there are 30 applications received. The Academy starts on August 6, 2020 at 5:30 PM and runs every Thursday night for 9 weeks. A light dinner will be provided. | PRESS RELEASE

Yavapai County Institutes County Wide Fire Ban

At the regular Board of Supervisors meeting on June 3, 2020 the Board voted to ratify resolution No. 2032 and approved the Interim Fire Ban Order enacted on June 1, 2020, across all of Yavapai County's fire zones, in accordance with Yavapai County Ordinance 2012-1, Section VI and A.R.S.§11-251(63). | PRESS RELEASE

The Census Helps Us All

Do you like well-funded schools, paved roads and well-equipped hospitals? Then do your part today and complete the Census by going to 2020Census.GOV. Federal funds, grants and support to states, counties and communities are based on population totals and breakdowns by sex, age, race and other factors. Our community benefits the most when the census counts everyone. When you respond to the census, you help your community gets its fair share of the more than $675 billion per year in federal funds spent on schools, hospitals, roads, public works and other vital programs. | PRESS RELEASE

Yavapai Library Network Introduces Auto-Renewal

The Yavapai Library Network wants to make your life easier by automatically renewing the items you check out beginning June 1, 2020. No longer will patrons of Yavapai public and college/university libraries need to manually renew eligible items before they are due. Borrowed items will be renewed automatically on their due date, with some exceptions. | ANNOUNCEMENT

You are Invited to Comment on the Draft Environmental Assessment for the Verde Connect Project

Yavapai County announced today that the Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Verde Connect project will be available for review and comment from April 24, 2020 through May 25, 2020. | NEWS RELEASE

Yavapai Library Network Releases $50K for E-Materials

Early this week, the Yavapai Library Network [YLN] Executive Committee voted to allocate $50,000 for the purchase of e-materials for Yavapai County libraries. As residents shelter in place/stay home, the YLN is working hard to provide even more online materials. These resources include e-books and downloadable audiobooks that will be available to patrons of the public libraries, as well as college and K-12 students. | PRESS RELEASE
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