The Town of Huachuca City has purchased the former “Dusk till Dawn” building and adjoining parking area for a total of $300,000. The Town had been involved in litigation with the property owner since 2015. This purchase ends the litigation. The Town plans to lease the building commercially. For more information see the official press release: press release dusk till dawn
The Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Awarded a School Crosswalk Improvement and Speed Enforcement grant of $13,600 to the Huachuca City Police Department.
The HCPD’s official press release can be found here: HCPD Press Release
In conjunction with the town-wide Independence Day Celebration on July 4th, 2019, the Huachuca City Police Department has announced the following road closures:
Gila Street from School Drive to Skyline Drive, and Skyline Drive from Gonzales Blvd. to Edgewood Street.
These roads will be closed on July 4, 2019 from 3:00 pm thru 9:00 pm.
Fireworks display will be shot from Keeline Park by Whetstone Fire District.
This area will be off limits to the Public until approximately 9:00 p.m. Thank you for your cooperation.
Huachuca City, AZ – At the February 28, 2019 Regular Council Meeting, Ms. Debra Trate was appointed to the Huachuca City Town Council.
Ms. Trate, who holds a Master’s Degree in Business Management/Accounting from Colorado Technical University, has worked in the accounting field for over 25 years in both the public and private sectors. She is currently employed by a local tax preparer in Sierra Vista.
Ms. Trate is originally from a small town in Berks County, Pennsylvania. She moved to Arizona in 2010 and has resided in Huachuca City with her partner Grant and her grandson, Lucas, since 2017. She has two sons, one who resides in Sierra Vista, and another in Hamburg, Pennsylvania, as well as a granddaughter in who also resides in Pennsylvania. Ms. Trate is looking forward to serving on the Huachuca City Town Council.
Ms. Trate will complete the term vacated by Mr. Harlan Sexton who was elected in 2018 but is unable to serve. Her term will be until the Fall 2020 election.
Beginning in 2020, Huachuca City will no longer hold a primary election for the offices of Mayor and Councilmember. All qualifying candidates for those offices will now be placed on the ballot for the general election. The candidates that receive the highest number of votes will be declared as elected to that office. Huachuca City will still hold primary elections for statewide and national candidates. For more information, please see the attached press release. press release elections change