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Sedona Fire District Suspends Burn Permits

Sedona AZ – Effective immediately Sedona Fire District has suspended the issuance of new burn permits and will is not allowing the activation of existing permits. “The moratorium on burning yard waste is made in order to align us with our state and federal partners which are suspending all prescribed burns for the time being,” said Fire Marshal Jon Davis. This decision will promote elevated... 

Yavapai County New Remote Video Building Inspections

Sedona AZ – Yavapai County Development Services announces its new Remote Video Building Inspection program. Now, homeowners and contractors can have many common building inspections performed by streaming video using their personal electronic device, such as a tablet or a cell phone. The new Video Inspection program uses the Skype video calling application. Once the user has a Skype account,... 

Sedona Thunder Mountain Drainage Improvements Project Begins

Article submitted by the city of Sedona. Sedona AZ – On March 16, 2020, city of Sedona contractor Tiffany Construction Company will begin the Thunder Mountain Drainage Improvements Project, which will begin with utility relocation work, followed by a drainage culvert installation. This project involves installing drainage pipes ranging in diameter from 36 to 60 inches along the south side of Thunder... 

Sedona residents may provide input during city online survey

Article submitted by the city of Sedona. Sedona AZ – The city of Sedona invites all residents to take an online survey before March 16, 2020, to provide input on potential projects related to the city’s budget process. Take the survey here by clicking this link. Every year, the city evaluates what projects will be included in future year budgets by weighing needs, funding, and other competing priorities.... 

Sedona Parks and Recreation Offers Youth Drum Circle

Article submitted by the city of Sedona. Sedona AZ – Join instructor Harta Dunia once a week on Tuesdays in March 2020 for a facilitated youth drum circle. This is an opportunity to play cool instruments and have fun, while making new friends. A drum circle is a relaxing, yet high energy circle that reduces stress, improves concentration, develops confidence, and improves communication skills. Classes... 

Schnebly Hill Road lane restrictions may cause delays

Sedona AZ – On February 24, 2020, Arizona Public Service (APS) will begin work to replace a pole on the west side of Schnebly Hill Road immediately north of Burrus Lane. The work will take a maximum of one week to complete. Schnebly Hill Road and Burrus Lane will remain open during construction. Schnebly Hill Road will be reduced to one lane as necessary for APS to access the pole. Lane closures... 

DORR February Meeting Welcomes Judge Schudson

Sedona AZ – The Democrats of the Red Rocks will host a breakfast discussion on the state of the independent judiciary Thursday, February 20, at 8:00 a.m. at 1405 West Highway 89A, west Sedona. The featured speaker will be legal scholar and author Judge Charles B. Schudson. Judge Schudson is a Wisconsin Reserve Judge Emeritus, served as a state and federal prosecutor, a trial and appellate judge,... 

City of Sedona holiday weekend traffic advisory

The city of Sedona implements a crosswalk and tourist traffic management plan during Presidents Day weekend. Sedona AZ – The city of Sedona will have Traffic Control Assistants (TCAs) managing traffic at the Uptown crosswalks on State Route (SR) 89A and the crosswalk near Tlaquepaque on SR 179 beginning February 15, 2020. Deployments are scheduled to occur during peak congestion between 10:00 a.m.... 

St. Patrick’s parade entrants must register online at Sportsites before deadline

Deadline for Sedona St. Patrick’s parade entrants is February 24, 2020. Limited participation space so it’s first come, first served say organizers. Don’t delay, register online today. Sedona AZ – Mark your calendars for the wearing of the green! On Saturday, March 14, 2020, the annual city of Sedona St. Patrick’s Parade is back for its 50th anniversary. As in the past, the... 

Mary Lois Brown oil paintings on exhibit at City Hall

Sedona artist Mary Lois Brown oil painting exhibition is at Sedona City Hall through the end of March 2020. After a year of studies with Patricia Cochran in the 1970s, Brown learned the approach of the Old Masters which opened an exciting new world of light and color that she pursues within her own work to this day. Sedona AZ – Winsome oil paintings by Mary Lois Brown are on viewing display at... 
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