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Apply for a city of Sedona short term rental permit

This article submitted by the city of Sedona. Sedona AZ – The city of Sedona now requires all short term rental owners to have an annual permit and, as of January 20, 2023, the web portal for applying for an annual short term rental permit is open. All short term rentals currently operating within Sedona city limits must have a permit no later than February 15, 2023, or cease operations until a permit... 

City Budget Planning Process Asks Residents to Serve

This article submitted by city of Sedona Arizona. Sedona AZ – The city of Sedona encourages residents to apply for the Budget Work Group to serve as a citizen sounding board during the upcoming annual budget process. No previous budget experience is required other than a general interest in the city’s budget process. More specifically, the group of up to nine volunteers will meet no more than... 

Pile Burn Planned Near Apache Junction

Sedona AZ – The Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management begins a one-day pile burn operation on State Trust Land in Pinal County to reduce both fuel loading in the area and wildfire risk on Tuesday, January 31, 2023, if favorable weather conditions allow DFFM to conduct ignitions on the 36-acre Lost Dutchman RX Burn, approximately four miles northeast of Apache Junction, off State... 

2023 St. Patrick’s Day Parade Participation Guide

Sedona AZ – Join the city of Sedona and its Parks and Recreation Department for the 2023 annual St. Patrick’s Parade. The family fun festivities are presented by the city of Sedona. This St. Patrick’s Day parade will begin at 10:30 a.m. from Jordan Historical Park and proceed south on Jordan Road to Mesquite Avenue. Parade entrants will include civic, social, cultural and religious organizations,... 

Eddie Maddock: Hip Hip Hooree’ it is 2023

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie S. Maddock welcomes 2023. Sedona  AZ  – Sure enough, the page has been turned on at least a few of the many calendars generally distributed prior to the end of a year. Not only have we changed calendars, but in just a few short days January will become history. Even under stressful conditions relating to predicted economic uncertainties, City Council members are... 

Sedona Dog Park Opens April 2023

City of Sedona announces dog park 2023 hours and rules and regulations for its use. Sedona AZ – The city of Sedona welcomes all dogs and dog owners to enjoy its expanded dog park at Posse Grounds in west Sedona. The city expanded the existing dog park to include more square footage for dogs to run. Currently it features a temporary sand surface while the city evaluates the installation of... 

Cox Services Expanding into Black Canyon City and Congress

Sedona AZ – Utilizing American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds distributed by the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors, Cox Communications is moving forward on plans to bring Cox gig internet, TV, phone, and home security and automation services, as well as business services, to more than 3000 Arizona residents in Black Canyon City and Congress. All residents are invited to attend as Cox Communications... 

Eddie Maddock: Sedona Waste Not, Want Not

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie S. Maddock discusses Sedona Sustainability and Home Rule and encourages city voters to sustain the voice of their power by voting August 2, 2022 in the Primary. Sedona AZ – Recently there’s been considerable discussion and emphasis placed on the subject of “sustainability” which is not a new concept. For example, is anyone still around who might... 

Eddie Maddock: Sustainable or Implausible?

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie S. Maddock asks Sedona voters to decide whether sustainability is no longer plausible with red rock demolition for road construction, loss of scenic views to careless building and past city funded projects that failed miserably. Sedona AZ – Sometimes it’s impossible to predict what a person can come up with by researching the Internet. Have any of you attempted... 

Eddie Maddock: Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution?

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie S. Maddock suggests the Sedona mayor know the limits of Sedona as he steps into the Council role. Sedona AZ – Two major political parties have dominated election policies since shortly after establishing the “republic” of the United States. Since the 1850’s they have been known as the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. Social, cultural,... 
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