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Sedona Police Lt. Foley graduates university staff and command program

Sedona Police Lt. Stephanie Foley Sedona AZ – Sedona Police Lt. Stephanie Foley is the latest graduate of Northwestern University’s Center for Public Safety. Foley completed the 10-week School of Police Staff and Command program in June 2019 in a cohort of twenty four law enforcement professionals. The School of Police Staff and Command provides upper-level college instruction in a total of... 

GO Sedona Bicycle and Pedestrian wikimap launched for your input

Notice submitted by City of Sedona AZ Sedona AZ – The city of Sedona has launched the online tool Wikimapping to collect ideas for walking and biking improvements. Featuring a map of Sedona, you can draw routes that you would like to have built or improved; mark favorites and suggest “great” locations; and, mark locations you feel are problematic. Once you mark your routes, you can add comments... 

Poco Diablo McGuire: Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips

Happy Sedona Fourth of July from Poco Diablo McGuire, SedonaEye.com Star Four Paws Up Pet Columnist. God Bless America! Sedona AZ  – Here’s a Shout Out to my Four Paws Up pet pal families on one of the bestest holidays in the world evuh! Let freedom ring in the land of the brave, our America the Beautiful!  And if youz be like me, keep me and my four paws up pals far away from them there... 

Sedona Fire District Hires New Fire Chief

Sedona AZ – The Sedona Fire District Board announces the selection of Jon Trautwein as its new Fire Chief. The announcement follows an extensive search conducted by Regional Government Services (RGA) of sixty-two applicants. This search and evaluation process was intricate and collaborative, encompassing interviews by phone, video conferencing and in-person, a rigorous Assessment Center, and... 

Traffic and Pedestrian Alert: Uptown Sedona Construction Update

Sedona AZ – The first major Sedona in Motion construction project begins in Uptown Sedona on Monday, June 3, 2019. The work will last 9-12 months. The contractor expects to maintain two-way traffic on SR89A throughout the project. The Jordan Road intersection will be closed to through traffic at State Route 89A during construction hours: Northbound motorists are asked to follow the marked detour... 

Sedona Monsoon Season Preparation Begins

Notice submitted by City of Sedona AZ Sedona AZ – The city is beginning the eighth year of its pre-monsoon program during which Public Works Department staff members inspect public and private drainage ways in residential and commercial areas. The inspections, conducted from May through June, identify debris, dirt, trash, and vegetation in drainage ways which might block the flow of storm water... 

Eye on Sedona Development with Councilor Jessica Williamson

Sedona AZ – The following SedonaEye.com article was submitted by the city of Sedona on behalf of its author, Councilor Jessica Williamson, with the following disclaimer:  The opinions are mine alone and do not necessarily represent the views of the Sedona City council: Authored by Councilor Jessica Williamson, this article was submitted by the city of Sedona AZ with a disclaimer. Every year... 

Sedona Free Spring Concerts

Notice submitted by City of Sedona AZ Sedona AZ – The Posse Grounds Pavilion at Barbara Antonsen Park, 505 Posse Grounds Road, will host five free live music concerts this May through June. Spectators can expect a variety of musical styles, sweet treats for sale, and a beautiful view. Sedona residents and visitors are invited to enjoy fresh air, the company of friends, and great live music. This... 

Sedona 2019 Employee of the Year

Congratulations to Randy Scott, city of Sedona Employee of the Year for 2019. Sedona AZ – The Sedona 2019 Rod Olsen Employee of the Year is Randy Scott, chief collections officer of the Wastewater Department. Scott was presented with the award May 2, 2019 at the city’s annual employee recognition event held at Posse Grounds Park. Randy has been employed by the city since 1997, beginning his... 

City of Sedona seeks residents for Expenditure Limitation Options group

Sedona AZ city view 2015 Sedona AZ – The city of Sedona invites interested residents to apply to participate in a work group to explore the city’s expenditure limitation options in advance of the November 2020 election. As background, every Arizona city or town has a state-imposed expenditure limitation, or a cap on spending, unless voters approve a separate expenditure limitation. The most... 
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