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Arizona Museum Fire Evacuation and Flood Response

Sedona AZ – The Northern Arizona Chapter of the American Red Cross has been hard at work responding to the Museum Fire evacuations and preparing for the floods that are anticipated. The Red Cross provided a safe place to stay for people affected by the Museum Fire for seven days beginning July 21, 2019. During that time twelve people stayed overnight, and dozens of meals were offered to shelter... 

Sedona Oak Creek Flooding is Serious Business with Eddie Maddock

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock Sedona AZ (October 16, 2015) – Sedona Mayor and Members of the City Council, as you are probably aware, flooding in Sedona generally originates from two sources: (1) Summer monsoons; (2) Spring flooding resulting from El Nino conditions. If you haven’t had the opportunity to view the two web links included here, time permitting you might find them of... 

How to Prepare for the Monsoon Season

Sedona AZ (June 5, 2013) – The monsoon season typically starts on June 15 and ends by September 30. Southwest homeowners can prepare for the monsoon season by following these simple how to steps: Check all drainage devices (catch basins, grates and underground drainage piping) on your property and remove any accumulated dirt and debris. Inspect and clean them regularly to make sure they are... 

Local Photographer Featured at ASU Gammage

Merrill Roberts’ Monsoon in Sedona Sedona AZ (January 12, 2013) – An exhibition of fine art photography by Cottonwood resident and award winning photographer Merrill A. Roberts, Jr. has been selected to be the featured exhibition in the ASU Gammage Theatre Auditorium, 1200 South Forest Avenue, Tempe, Arizona, on February 21 though March 27, 2013. Roberts’ exhibition is entitled,... 

Monsoons Provide Mosquito Breeding Sites

Pinal County Arizona FLORENCE AZ (July 21, 2012) – Over the weekend, the annual monsoon moisture in Arizona didn’t miss any section of Pinal County. Significant rainfall totals were seen across the county from Mammoth to Maricopa. Monsoon rains bring with them a familiar foe, mosquitoes. Employees from Pinal County ’s Environmental Health’s Vector Control Program have been hitting the streets... 
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