City News


General News from the City of Yuma

Oct
11
2017
Retroreflective tape is being installed around the borders of traffic signal backplates.

Drivers around several Yuma intersections near schools may notice – more easily – the traffic signal heads above them. This is due to the City employing a safety measure proven to reduce crashes by 15 percent.

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Oct
11
2017

The City and the Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area are teaming up to restore additional areas in Yuma’s West Wetlands, but to get the most out of a grant helping to fund that project, both are asking for a little bit of your time on Saturday morning.

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Oct
10
2017
Oct. 12 is Imagine a Day Without Water day.

The City of Yuma is joining a nationwide effort to raise awareness about the crucial need for investment in water infrastructure, here and across the nation.

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Oct
10
2017
LED streetlights (right) versus high-pressure sodium lighting.

Following successful tests and City Council approval, the City of Yuma’s Public Works department is preparing to replace the City’s approximately 7,000 street lights with energy-efficient LED lighting. The City invites you to learn more about the transition by attending any one of three upcoming open house meetings.

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Oct
5
2017

The City of Yuma’s quarterly Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection days return 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 14 at its new location – the east parking lot of the Yuma Civic Center.

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Oct
5
2017

A weekly list of City projects or encroachment permits authorized by the City of Yuma affecting busy streets.

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