City News


General News from the City of Yuma

Apr
16
2018

City of Yuma officials welcomed the news Monday that Yuma will receive grant funding for a Veterans Administration facility to be built in the city limits.

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Tags: VA,  Veteran,  Veterans,
Apr
13
2018
Yuma Armed Forces Park will receive official national designation as a World War I Centennial Memorial.

The Yuma Armed Forces Memorial Park has been selected by the 100 Cities/100 Memorials program to receive official national designation as a World War I Centennial Memorial.

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Tags: award,  Chamber,  downtown,  Parks,
Apr
13
2018

Grants helped the City of Yuma secure funds needed to make the recent improvements to Joe Henry Optimist Center. Now, the City needs your help in the quest for its next opportunity.

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Tags: grants,  Parks,  Parks and Rec,  vote,
Apr
12
2018

The 10th annual Fair Housing Festival, celebrating 50 years of the federal Fair Housing Act, will take place 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 14th, at the Joe Henry Optimist Center, 1793 S 1st Avenue.

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Apr
10
2018
The Joe Henry Optimist Center gym now features a new maple hardwood floor, thanks to APS and the Phoenix Suns' Rebound Project.

The City of Yuma welcomes members of Arizona Public Service and the Phoenix Suns to Yuma at 2:30 p.m. April 11 to dedicate a new court inside the gym.

Members of the public are invited to the event, which is scheduled to feature the Phoenix Suns Gorilla and Community Ambassador Steven Hunter. Suns broadcaster Kevin Ray is expected to host the event.

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