A Little History
December 8, 2018
During the November 8, 2018 Council Meeting; Mayor Wallace prolaimed December 8, 2018 to be Founder’s Day in Huachuca City
If you have photos to share, please stop by or call the library at 520-456-1063. We are working toward digitally recording our town’s history to preserve it for future generations.
Sunset City News
In November of 2018, the Town began publishing a small newsletter as a way to let all of our residents know what is going on throughout town. Its Purpose: Make sure all are informed.
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Pay Your Utility Bill Online!
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Recent Posts/Upcoming Events
Huachuca City, AZ – At the February 28, 2019 Regular Council Meeting, Ms. Debra Trate was appointed to the Huachuca 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…
Solid Waste Manager Position Available The Town of Huachuca City, Arizona has a position available for a full time Solid Waste Manager, which provides for efficient use of a sanitary landfill. Position Overview The Solid Waste Manager oversees a department with six employees and an enterprise fund budget of $1.5 million supported by numerous user…
DEPARTMENT: Landfill Management POSITION: Landfill Equipment Operator LOCATION: Town of Huachuca City ANNUAL SALARY: $27,040-$33,280 DOE PURPOSE OF THE JOB To ensure safe operation of recycling and landfill. This position weighs vehicles, moves traffic and assists customers at the landfill. The worker operates trucks, performs cleaning duties and trains new employees. Other responsibilities include…
Gabrielle LaFargue will present an historical overview of the BLM land designated as the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area in Sierra Vista. The silver boom during the 1890s was significant to the development of this area. Included in a slide presentation will be historical photos as well as photos of the flora and fauna…
Huachuca City Planning and Zoning will hold its regularly scheduled meeting at 7:00pm on Wednesday, March 6. The meeting will be held in the Huachuca City Council Chambers. The public is invited to attend. The agenda can be found here
Learn how to edit your digital photos at this free workshop! Our Digital Literacy workshops are made possible by the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State, with federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.