Request access to or use of a portion of City property, including but not limited to: driveways, easements, rights-of-way, licenses, leased or fee land, real estate, etc. (Updated December 20, 2012) 0.10 MB
This document provides the basic assumptions concerning future growth for both residential and non-residential development within the City of Yuma. The study then projects the new development into jobs and vehicle trips. 7.42 MB
Details current demographic estimates and future development projections for both residential and nonresidential development that will be used in the Infrastructure Improvements Plan and calculation of the development fees. 0.31 MB
The adopted ordinance that addresses zoning regulations for registered non-profit medical marijuana dispensaries, as a result of the approval of State Proposition 203 in the November 2010 General Election. Effective April 1, 2011 0.27 MB
Designs and implements a traffic plan at 4th Avenue and 16th Street; provides an economic "tool kit" which will make it easier for business and property owners to re-invest in their properties; and creates a foundation of regulatory flexibility. 11.64 MB
DRAFT report on the accomplishments achieved with the use of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and other leveraged funds. The CAPER compares accomplishments with the goals and objectives that were outlined in the city’s Annual CDBG Action Plan. 7.05 MB
Annual report on the accomplishments achieved with the use of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and other leveraged funds. The CAPER compares accomplishments with the goals and objectives that were outlined in the city’s Annual CDBG Action Plan. 7.49 MB
A review of the City’s laws, regulations and administrative policies including an assessment of how those laws, policies and practices, along with public and private sector conditions affect the location, availability and accessibility of housing. 1.21 MB
The Consolidated Plan report contains an analysis of demographic and economic conditions in the City, a review of housing conditions and affordability, an analysis of housing and community development needs, and a review of fair housing barriers. 3.77 MB
Comprehensive strategy using input from residents and businesses to improve a 214.5 acre neighborhood by focusing on: Safety & security; Neighborhood Appearance; Housing; Infrastructure; Social services; Workforce development; and Economic development. 2.74 MB
The purpose of the Parks and Recreation Facility Plan is to provide an overall framework for translating the community's needs and desires into a specific strategy for park and recreation development. 2.82 MB
This report presents important information on the City of Yuma's drinking water quality as well as discusses our local raw water supplies and our commitment and methods to turn these into drinking water you can trust, delivered to your tap everyday. 0.28 MB
Since January 25, 1900, the City of Yuma Fire Department has made substantial strides to identify areas to improve fire and emergency response. It is the purpose of this Fire Services and Facility Plan to further fortify and develop this vision. 32.41 MB
This is an external link and will take you to a page that is not part of the official City of Yuma web site. The National Fire Code (2012 Edition) is available from the NFPA web site. In order to view this read-only content, you MUST login. If you are not a member, you will have the option to "create a profile" when you SIGN-IN. Access is free.
The neighborhood fire station has always been our point of service delivery. Their locations are critical to maintaining our effectiveness. Our strategic planning will keep pace with the growth and needs of our community. 4.90 MB
This is an external link and will take you to a page that is not part of the official City of Yuma web site. Listed under "Land Use Planning Documents Available," this is a revised Resource Management Plan for the Arizona Strip Field Office and a new management plan for the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument and the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument.
This is an external link and will take you to a page that is not part of the official City of Yuma web site. In early 2007 the Bureau of Reclamation operated the Yuma Desalting Plant at about ten percent of its full capacity in order to demonstrate the Plant’s ability. The "2007 YDP Demonstration Run Report" provides details of that test.