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Sedona Winter Storm Tree Branch Removal Update

Notice submitted by City of Sedona AZ Sedona AZ – This is a city service provided to Sedona city residents only. Tree branch removal related to the February 2019 snowstorm is expected to continue for another few weeks. The amount of material collected thus far is significant. “Our inspectors measured the limb pile at our Brewer Road property at 140 by 70 feet and that area averages a fill... 

Sedona Snow Storm Tree Debris Removal Continues

Notice submitted by City of Sedona AZ Sedona AZ – The city of Sedona advises residents that due to the volume of debris, fallen tree branch removal from last month’s snow storm will continue beyond this week. Contractor Tiffany Construction Company began collecting tree branches on March 11, 2019, in west Sedona, and reports a much greater volume than expected. If your debris was placed... 

Sedona Winter Storm Information

Article submitted by City of Sedona AZ Sedona AZ – The city of Sedona storm update for Thursday, February 21, 2019 received at 1:30 p.m.: UPDATE Thur., Feb. 21, 1 p.m. The city continues to plow and cinder our primary emergency routes / state routes as this winter storm event continues. We appreciate the assistance we are getting from Tiffany Construction Company of Sedona. Significant snowfall... 

Eddie Maddock: Puzzlements

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock takes time for puzzlements. Sedona AZ – “My mom washes the dishes before she puts them in the dishwasher. So what does the dishwasher do?” asks the little girl in the TV ad. This brings up a multitude of age old questions beginning, but not ending with, a small child asking his own mother “Where did I come from?” As we commence to... 

Sedona Presidents Day Weekend Winter Storm Alert

Sedona AZ – The National Weather Service is tracking a series of winter storms expected to bring ice, snow and snow showers to Sedona beginning Friday evening and continuing through President’s Day. The NWS calls for 1-4 inches of snow accumulation possible through this period at elevations around 4,000 feet, accompanied by blustery winds. The city of Sedona, ADOT and surrounding counties... 

Sedona Historical Society Gifted With Historic Homestead

Sedona Historical Society Board members (L to R) Shondra Jepperson, Terry Greene, Larry Clemson, Lisa Hyatt and Al Comello with (seated) Board President Janeen Trevillyan and donor Martha Loy during the Schuerman homestead house donation ceremony. Sedona AZ – The Sedona Historical Society recently accepted a gift of a significant local historic building, the Schuerman homestead house, with the... 

RunSedona February 2019 Traffic Alert

Sedona city view Sedona AZ  – The RunSedona Half-Marathon, 10K and 5K events will be held February 2, 2019, beginning at 8:00 a.m. with road closings and restrictions in effect for Sedona residents and visitors. Mark your calendars now.  The marathon course begins on Navoti Drive near Bristlecone Pines Road, heads eastward to Calle del Solle, enters SR 89A heading east, then turns north onto... 

Oak Creek Watershed Volunteers Remove 6,768 Pounds of Waste

Annual Oak Creek Watershed Council Labor Day 2018 Clean Up volunteers were from the Rotary Club of Sedona in VOC, Red Rock Crossing – photo courtesy OCWC Sedona AZ – The Oak Creek Watershed Council mission is to maintain a standard of excellence for watershed stewardship and preserving the integrity of Oak Creek. In 2018, OCWC did that and more. An edited end of year OCTC newsletter highlights... 

ADOT New Year’s Weekend Snow Alerts

Sedona AZ (December 29, 2018) – Does word of snow in the high country put you in the mood to sled, ski, throw snowballs or build Frosty the Snowman? With a longer New Year’s weekend on many people’s calendars, US 180 northwest of Flagstaff and other highways near popular snow-play areas are likely to see longer lines of traffic as the day progresses. So be ready to spend extended time in... 

Eye on Sedona with Vice Mayor Martinez

Sedona AZ (December 26, 2018) – The following article was submitted by the city of Sedona and written by Vice Mayor John Martinez: See Something, Say something Article submitted by City of Sedona AZ Before I begin my City Talk article about something that I am deeply passionate about, I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and wishing a fruitful New Year to all. This month’s article... 
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