Post Date: 04/06
Cochise Health & Social Services launches a New Data Dashboard for Cochise County Residents Just in Time for National Public Health Week, Residents Can Now Learn Insights on their Community Health 


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Post Date: 03/29


In 2018, the Cochise County Law Library re-opened as a Self-Help Center, focusing on access for the public and legal experts seeking forms, information, or assistance with research. Since then, significant improvements have been made to the Self-Help Center, this coupled with an increased demand for the services available, has resulted in the Cochise County Superior... Read More

Post Date: 03/24
Cochise County Opens COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility to Ages 18 and Over

BISBEE, Az. (March 23, 2021) – Effective today, Cochise County COVID-19 vaccination sites are open to all adults 18 and over. This comes after the news from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS), of opening Arizona’s state-operated COVID-19 vaccination sites to all Arizonans 16 and older.

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Post Date: 03/24
Vacancy on the Elfrida Elementary School District Governing Board

Cochise County School Superintendent, Jacqui Clay, has announced a vacancy on the Elfrida Elementary School District Governing Board effective March 18, 2021.

All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply. To be eligible to hold a seat a person must; be a registered voter, be at least 18 years of age,... Read More

Post Date: 03/24
Cochise County Encourages Property Owners, Developers and Public to Submit Nominations for Properties That Can Benefit from Free Assessments


BISBEE, Az. (March 24, 2021) – The Cochise County Property Reuse and Revitalization Program continues to seek and accept nominations for properties that could benefit from a free environmental assessment. These assessments are typically... Read More

Post Date: 03/18
Cochise County Residents Ages 45 and Older Can Now Receive a COVID-19 Vaccine 


BISBEE, Az. (March 18, 2021) – Cochise County residents who are ages 45 and older are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine dose at any Point of Dispensing (POD) vaccination event within the county. The new expansion in eligibility is due to the decreased amount of appointments being scheduled... Read More

Post Date: 03/15

Cochise Property Reuse & Revitalization Program continues to seek nominations for underutilized city sites to participate in the brownfields site assessment program. Read the latest newsletter to learn more about it!


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Post Date: 03/10

COVID-19 Weekly Update – Wednesday, March 10, 2021

To date, Cochise County has administered 35,758 COVID-19 vaccines to community members. In an effort to ensure Cochise community members who are 65 and older are still being prioritized in receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, there will now be a closed POD event available to them. Cochise Health Department worked with ADHS to set aside... Read More
Post Date: 03/08

COVID-19 Weekly Update – Monday March 8, 2021

Saturday, March 6: Fry Fire District point of dispensing (POD) event held at Buena High School administered 712 COVID-19 vaccines to the Cochise community. To date, Cochise County has administered 34,488 COVID-19 vaccines to community members. Monday, March 8: The CDC released interim Public Health Recommendations for fully... Read More
Post Date: 03/05
Palominas Multi-Use Trail is Open for Daytime Recreational Activities


Residents of Palominas and the greater Hereford area now have access to yet another recreational opportunity in their neighborhood. The Palominas Multi-use Trail is a two-mile loop trail open to hikers, strollers, bikes, and horseback riding, located north and west of the Palominas Elementary School on the County’... Read More