Category: Press Releases

The Sunset City

Press Release – Trash Regulations Changing Effective August 12th, 2018

Effective August 12th, the Huachuca City trash/refuse ordinances will be amended. Some of the highlights are summarized below. For more information see the attached press release or check out the ordinances directly at https://www.huachucacityaz.gov//important-docs/Ordinances/Passed//Ordinance%202018-11.pdf. Highlights: Residents will be required to bag all trash placed in town-provided trash cans/receptacles. Loose trash is not allowed. In addition,…
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July 23, 2018 0

Press Release – Change to Water Billing Procedures

In an effort to reduce costs, the Town will no longer mail out ten-day delinquent notices for overdue water bills. Customers will still be assessed a ten-day late fee of 10% on the 10th day of the month. Customers with bills that are not paid by the 25th of the month will receive a five-day…
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July 18, 2018 0

Press Release – Back To School Fair and National Night Out

For more information on our Back To School Fair and National Night Out scheduled for Wednesday, August 1st from 5-7 pm, please see the attached press release. Questions may be addressed to the Huachuca City Public Library at 520-456-1063. back to school


July 18, 2018 0

Huachuca City Primary Election – Tues, Aug 28th 2018

Make your voice heard! Vote in the Huachuca City Primary Election on Tuesday, August 28th. The candidates currently running for council in the primary election are Donna Johnson, Cynthia Butterworth and Joy Banks, all of whom are incumbents. In addition there is one other council seat up for election. One write-in candidate has requested a…
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June 29, 2018 0

Celebrate Independence Day with Us!

Huachuca City will be hold their annual 4th of July celebration from 3:00 pm until dark at Leffingwell Park (next to the library). Join us for music, food, and family fun. The pool will be open from 2:00 pm until 7:00 pm that day with free admission. The celebration will conclude with a 15-20 minute…
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June 28, 2018 0

Road Closures Planned for 4th of July

In conjunction with the town-wide Independence Day Celebration on July 4th, 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. The roads will be closed on July 4th from 1:00 pm until the conclusion of fireworks–approximately…
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June 26, 2018 0

Funding for Digital Literacy Center @ The Huachuca City Public Library

The Huachuca City Public Library has been awarded a $32,500 Library Services and Technology Act grant to launch a Digital Literacy Center to increase important digital literacy skills through a series of workshops, drop-in sessions, and ongoing on-line support. Grant money will be used for curriculum development and the acquisition of necessary computer equipment and…
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June 20, 2018 0

Huachuca City Library Gets Connected with Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspots

The Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State, has awarded $4,285.00 to the Huachuca City Public Library for a pilot hotspot lending program. Library patrons can check out mobile wi-fi hotspots and surf the internet from the comfort of their own homes! For more details stop by the…
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June 20, 2018 0

Choose Kindness Week – Press Release & Proclamation

Mayor Ken Taylor has proclaimed the work week of May 7th through May 11th 2018 to be “Choose Kindness Week” in the town of Huachuca City. The town joins with Huachuca City Elementary School to challenge residents, young and old, to recognize the value of respect, service and thoughtfulness and to engage in acts of…
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May 7, 2018 0

One Step Closer to High-Quality Internet

The Huachuca City Public Library is one step closer to providing high-quality internet service to its patrons. The library has accepted a provisional bid to bring in leased-lit fiber and filed for federal and state funding through the FCC’s E-Rate program and Arizona State Broadband Initiative to pay for it. If funded, the upgrade will…
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March 30, 2018 0