City of Yuma Speakers Bureau
The City of Yuma can provide your group or organization with a variety of speakers on a wide selection of topics.
The City of Yuma can provide your group or organization with a variety of speakers on a wide selection of topics from the City Administrator to the Police Chief to the City staff member that reads your water meter. To have a City spokesman at your event, contact the City of Yuma’s Communications and Public Affairs team at (928) 373-5021.
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If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact the Media and Public Affairs Team.
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