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Pioneer Parkway Roundabout at Commerce

Yavapai Silent Witness REWARD in ARSON CASE

February 28, 2023


The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public’s help in an arson case in the Seligman area.

In the early evening hours of February 9th, 2023, YCSO Deputies responded to a report of a travel trailer on fire in the Bridge Canyon area of Seligman. Upon arriving on scene, deputies found the trailer fully engulfed in flames. The owner of the trailer was not home at the time of the fire but told deputies the travel trailer was being used as their primary residence. The trailer was a total loss. After further investigation, YCSO Detectives determined that the fire was intentionally set and are seeking any information to assist with the investigation. In you provide information leading to an arrest in this case, you could earn up to a $300 cash reward. To earn your reward, you must call Yavapai Silent Witness at 1-800-932-3232 or submit a tip at www.yavapaisw.com. All tips are anonymous. You never have to give your name.


Prescribed Burning March 6th - March 12th

Chino Valley Historical Society Meeting April 13th at 6:30pm

You are invited to a presentation given by the Chino Valley Historical Society

Thursday, April 13, 2023 at 6:30pm

Community Room at the Chino Valley Public Library

Do Not Call Me "Cowgirl" - Karen Landis


Karen Landis gives a humorous and informative account of a hard but enjoyable life on the Double O Ranch north of Seligman. She can show the cowboys how to do anything on the ranch. You do not want to miss her stories! 

The public is invited. Please enter by the south door by the flagpole or the north door off the back parking lot.

For questions call 928-626-1622

Yavapai County Board approves Slash Drop Off Program to begin April 1, 2023

Major Winter Storm Tuesday Night through Wednesday


Link to : Weather Service

Yavapai County will have snowplows on county roads starting at 6:00pm this evening.

PAWUIC Yavapai Firewise Meeting February 2, 2023

The next meeting will be on February 2nd at 840 Rodeo Dr., Freeman Building at 8:00am

Please do not park in front of the Freeman Building. There is parking in the Northwest parking lot.

This is the first meeting of 2023 with a new President, Thomas Davis. 

For more details please click on this link: https://yavapaifirewise.org/

ADOT I-17 Controlled Rock Blasting

New Emergency Notification System

Yavapai County Sheriff's Office website has provided a link for the alert system.



You may sign up by using this link. https://member.everbridge.net/337829242601768/new

CodeRed is no longer active – please do not try to sign up via this website.



Traffic Study to include Williamson Valley, Pioneer Parkway and Iron Springs Road

The Yavapai County Public Works Department invites members of the public to share feedback on current issues and challenges they face on Cornville Road, Pioneer Parkway, Williamson Valley Road, and Iron Springs Road.

Feedback will help Yavapai County better understand current transportation issues and what potential solutions our residents and travelers would like to see along these corridors.

The community is invited to learn more about the study and the Cornville Rd/Tissaw Rd roundabout DCR and complete an

online mapping survey at: KaiProject.com/YavapaiCorridors

The survey will close November 4 th, 2022.


Please be advised that CLM Earthmovers, LLC in conjunction with Yavapai County, will be performing roadwork on the Pioneer Parkway and Commerce Drive intersection. Construction will begin July 18, 2022, continuing through February 2023.  

Road construction will consist of building a multi-lane roundabout on Pioneer Parkway at Commerce Drive. Work will include importing materials to raise and level the intersection, milling and paving, drainage improvements, lighting improvements, curb and sidewalk installation, and miscellaneous landscaping.   

During critical periods of construction, Commerce Drive will be closed to through traffic and re-opened as soon as possible. During closures, motorists will need to utilize alternate routes to access pioneer park and addresses along Commerce Dr. One lane of traffic in each direction will remain open at all times on Pioneer Parkway; however, motorists will encounter lane restrictions, lane diversions, reduced speeds, and flagging operations throughout the work zone. Motorists should expect minor delays and allow extra time to get through the construction area. Please follow all traffic control devices when traveling through the work zone. 

 For additional information, please contact Yavapai County Public Works at 928-771-3183 or visit us on the web at www.yavapaiaz.gov/publicworks.  

OHV Educational Video

Arizona Game and Fish Department recently shared an OHV educational video.



Bridging the Digital Divide one "book" at a time

New Chair and Vice Chair for 2022

At the regular Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting today (12/1/2021) the Board voted unanimously to make Vice-Chair Mary Mallory the Chair for next year and Supervisor James Gregory the new Vice-Chair. Vice-Chair Mary Mallory said, “I look forward to serving as the Board of Supervisors Chair for 2022 along with having Supervisor Gregory as the Vice Chair.” Supervisor James Gregory said, “I am honored and excited to be selected as the 2022 Vice Chair for the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors. This past year in office has been a whirlwind of learning and navigating through County government and resources; and I can sincerely say we have the best staff! I look forward to this next year of continued service and commitment to the citizens of Yavapai County.” The new positions will take effect on January 1, 2022

Comprehensive Plan Survey needs your input!

The Yavapai County Development Services Department needs your input. Development Services kicked-off the Yavapai County Comprehensive Plan Update process on November 19, 2020. The Comprehensive Plan is a state required policy document that guides future growth and development in the County. All residents are encouraged to participate in the process and share their thoughts and ideas on how they would like to see their communities and the County grow. 

Here is a link to the Yavapai County website where you can find the surveys and see the results. https://planningyavapai2032.org/surveys

For more information on the Comprehensive Plan, or to learn how you can participate, please join our mailing list by clicking on the following link (Contact Us (list-manage.com))


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