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Yavapai County Institutes County Wide Fire Ban

On Wednesday May 12, 2021, The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Chairman signed the Interim Fire Prohibition Order which states in part, “In accordance with A.R.S.11-251(63) and Yavapai County Ordinance 2020-2, Sections VI, VII and VIII hereby order an interim prohibition of fireworks and implement Stage 1 Fire Restrictions across all four fire zones in Yavapai County.” The effective date of the fire ban is May 14, 2021, at 8:00 AM. | Press Release

Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination

Now that millions of Americans have received one or more COVID-19 vaccinations, many are eager to go back to socializing in person or traveling. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says these activities are safest if you’ve been vaccinated. That’s why businesses and institutions are urging you to get immunized — and to show documents that confirm you got your COVID-19 vaccine. As travel and businesses open, many will require you to show records that you’ve been vaccinated for COVID-19. | May 21 Update

Over 2.6 Million Arizonans are Fully Vaccinated against COVID-19

The ADHS dashboard indicates that Arizona has administered over 5.5 million doses of the three COVID-19 vaccines offered in the state with 43.8% of the state’s residents having received at least one dose. Yavapai County has administered 164,628 doses of vaccine, with 40.8 percent of people vaccinated. Over 77,298 residents of Yavapai county are fully vaccinated. May 17 Update

The CDC Encourages Parents to Help Protect Your Child and Your Family

The Pfizer vaccine has been authorized by the FDA and the CDC for emergency use for children 12 years of age and older. Some parents have already made plans for their adolescents to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Understandably, some parents want more information before their children receive a vaccine. The CDC encourages parents with questionsto talk to your child’s healthcare provider or your family doctor to learn more about the vaccine. | May 14 Update

Guardrail Construction and Improvements in Cornville and Prescott

Arizona Highway Safety Specialists, Inc., in conjunction with Yavapai County, will be performing guardrail construction and improvements on Cornville Road in the Cornville area and Iron Springs Road in the Prescott area. Construction will begin May 3, 2021, and continue through June 14, 2021. | PRESS RELEASE

Chip Seal Roadwork in Various Areas of Yavapai County

Please be advised that Cactus Asphalt, in conjunction with Yavapai County, will be performing chip seal and fog seal operations on various roads and neighborhoods in Yavapai County. The areas include Village of Oak Creek, Verde Village, Seligman, Prescott Country Club, Prescott Valley, Prescott South West, Prescott, Groom Creek, Granite Gardens, Diamond Valley, Cottonwood, Cornville, and Cordes Lakes. | PRESS RELEASE

FDA and CDC Lift the Recommended Pause on Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine

Following a thorough safety review, including two meetings of the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have determined thatthe recommended pause regarding the use of the Johnson& Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 Vaccine in the U.S. should be lifted and use of the vaccine should resume. “After recommending a pause out of an abundance of caution, we join our federal partners in encouraging everyone to get vaccinated against COVID-19 with the vaccine available to you,” ADHS Director Dr. Cara Christ said. “Arizonans can be confident that all COVID-19 vaccines approved for emergency use, including the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, have undergone a thorough review for safety and efficacy. The federal review will continue on all of the vaccines as more people are vaccinated.” | April 26 Update

April 23rd Update

Since taking office, I have worked hard to make sure you have ample opportunities to get the #COVID19 vaccine. That includes working with Spectrum Healthcare and helping them find the right sites for their mobile vaccination events. Each POD event gets more Yavapai County residents #vaccinated against #COVID19. | April 23 Update

State-Run POD in Flagstaff open to All AZ Residents with Pfizer Vaccine

The state-run point of dispensing (POD) launched Monday at NAU's University Union Fieldhouse. This indoor vaccination site will operate seven days a week from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Appointments can be made by visiting https://podvaccine.azdhs.gov or calling 1-844-542-8201. Both have resources available in English and Spanish. Walk-ins are welcome, as well. | April 23 Update

Over 61,500 Yavapai County Residents Fully Vaccinated against COVID-19

Arizona overall has administered close to 4.5 million doses of vaccine, with over 1.9 million people fully vaccinated. Over 85,000 Yavapai County residents have received at least one dose of vaccine or 36.7% of the population. At this time, first dose appointments can only be made through pharmacies, second dose appointments will continue at the Spectrum Healthcare Vaccine Stations and YRMC points of dispensing (PODs) through May 15th. For a list of pharmacies offering the vaccine, visit the vaccine information page at: https://www.yavapai.us/chs/Home/COVID-19/COVID-19-Vaccine-Appointments. For assistance with making appointments, call the Yavapai County Phone Bank 928-442-5103. April 19 Update

Yavapai County remains in Moderate Transmission of COVID-19

Arizona is averaging 636 new COVID-19 cases per day, a drop of 21 percent from the March numbers. Another sign of good news: Arizona’s seven-day case rate per 100,000 people ranked 46th Friday among all states and territories, after ranking first and second for much of January, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s COVID Data Tracker. April 8 Update

Your Yavapai County District 3 Update: Jerome Slide Mitigation Project Underway

At the heart of my commitment to District 3 is constituent service; helping the residents of the district access the services you need to improve quality of life and ensure the well-being and safety of our community. One example of helping our residents is a Department of Public Works project taking place in the town of Jerome along Jerome-Perkinsville Road. | April 6 Update

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