General News from the City of Yuma
Following early returns of test results requested by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, local school superintendents and the City of Yuma wish to emphasize to residents that no students have been exposed to lead in drinking water in Yuma-area public schools.READ MORE
Time to plan your family’s spring and summer: The City of Yuma’s semi-annual Parks and Recreation activities guide is now available at City facilities and online.
The 42-page guide features the times, dates, places and information for all the programs, classes and co-sponsored sports leagues offered through Yuma Parks and Recreation.READ MORE
A significant number of people in the City of Yuma – primarily low-income residents – would see potentially severe impacts should proposed cuts to the Community Development Block Grant program come to pass.
Housing programs, public facilities, public services, and specific areas such as the Mesa Heights Revitalization Area all receive support from the CDBG.READ MORE
The City of Yuma will hold primary and general elections in 2017, and those seeking office now have access to the forms and information they'll need in order to run for any of the five seats that will be open.READ MORE
City Administrator Greg Wilkinson will present initial information about the City’s Fiscal Year 2017-18 budget to the Yuma City Council during the regular City Council meeting, 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 15, inside Council Chambers of City Hall, One City Plaza.