City News


General News from the City of Yuma

Mar
27
2020

The City of Yuma invites residents to participate in a short, 10-question survey intended to help identify areas to improve its website.

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Tags: survey,  website,
Mar
27
2020

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

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Tags: Road Report,  roads,
Mar
27
2020

Recognizing the economic challenges that many businesses are experiencing, community and government leaders in the Greater Yuma Area have come together to create the Economic Resource Portal.

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Tags: economy,  employment,
Mar
20
2020

Following the Executive Order set by Arizona Governor Douglas Ducey on March 19, Yuma Mayor Douglas Nicholls issued a proclamation amendment to close all bars, movie theaters, gyms and fitness centers, and to have restaurants serve the public only through pick-up, delivery, and drive-thru operations.

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Mar
19
2020

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

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Mar
18
2020

The City of Yuma and Caballeros de Yuma have postponed Tunes and Tacos to a date to be determined later.

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Mar
18
2020
Yuma County maintains the local virus information page.

The official source for local information regarding the COVID-19 virus is the Yuma County Health Services District, which updates this webpage frequently. We recommend bookmarking and visiting this page for whenver you desire the latest local update.

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Mar
18
2020

The  City's efforts to prevent future transmission or possible spread of the COVID-19 virus has prompted the closure of most City facilities to visitors and the general public.

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Mar
16
2020

Under careful consideration of health officials’ recommendations with the rapidly evolving COVID-19 virus, the City of Yuma will suspend all activities related to Parks and Recreation through at least March 27, including events held at City facilities.

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Mar
16
2020

Public health measures taken to prevent community spread of the COVID-19 virus will alter the way City meetings are conducted.

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