City News


General News from the City of Yuma

Oct
13
2017

YUMA, Ariz. – What was billed as the biggest night of the year in the local arts community turned into something of a family affair, as two sisters and a spouse swept the Tribute of the Muses and Helios awards, held Friday at the Historic Yuma Theatre and Yuma Art Center.

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Oct
12
2017
The annual Scary and Safe Trick or Treat will switch locations this year.

The annual Scary and Safe Trick or Treat will switch locations this year, being held 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 31 at the Yuma County Fairgrounds, 32nd Street and Avenue 2-1/2E.

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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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