Post Date: 10/14

Cochise County residents are being reminded to take extra precautions as night time temperatures start to dip, and bats begin their annual migration. That means bat activity will increase from dusk to dawn as they seek out warmer places to reside.

Cochise Health & Social Services is asking the public to help reduce exposure to rabies – bats can carry the virus for an extended... Read More

Post Date: 10/02

Flu season has arrived and Cochise County Health & Social Services is advising residents to think about getting immunized.

Flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by viruses that infect the nose, throat, and lungs. It can cause mild to severe illness and, at times, can lead to death. The best way to prevent flu is by getting a flu shot every year.

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Post Date: 10/02

The Cochise County Treasurer’s Office has mailed out the 2019-2020 property tax bills, with first installments due October 1, and delinquent after November 1.

Residents who receive property tax bills will be able to see a breakdown of all taxing entities in the County, including local municipalities, college and school districts, and any special districts in their area. Contact... Read More

Post Date: 10/01

Cochise County School Superintendent Jacqui Clay has appointed John Klump to serve on the Bowie Unified School District Board.

Klump applied for the seat after a vacancy was announced, effective August 29. He is a graduate of the Bowie school district, as was his father, and five of his children. He has another son due to graduate, and two grandchildren are currently enrolled in... Read More

Post Date: 10/01

Residents living in the unified school districts of Willcox and Tombstone have until October 7 to register for the upcoming elections in those communities.

Willcox Unified School District No. 01 and Tombstone Unified School District No. 13 will hold special bond elections on November 5. Both elections will be all-mail only.

More than 8,000 eligible voters will receive a ballot... Read More

Post Date: 10/01

Community members, businesses, non-profits, and churches are invited to participate in a countywide workshop this month, to learn how they can help ensure a complete 2020 Census count.

The Census Solutions Workshop is designed to bring diverse people and organizations together to find solutions to reaching hard-to-count populations. This event is co-sponsored by the Cochise County... Read More

Post Date: 09/30

Cochise County School Superintendent Jacqui Clay is seeking applicants to fill a current vacancy on the Cochise Technology School District Governing Board in Sierra Vista, effective September 30.

All qualified residents are encouraged to apply. To be eligible to hold this seat a person must be a registered voter, be at least 18 years of age, and they must have continually resided... Read More

Post Date: 09/26

Work has begun to reconstruct one of Cochise County’s busiest collector roads, in a first of its kind project for the region.

Fort Grant Road near Willcox was paved in 2001 and has since developed six to 12-inch wide cracks. The County is removing and recycling the existing pavement to repave the road.

“This is the first time we’ve done something like this,” said... Read More

Post Date: 09/26

Following a 60-day public comment period, the Board of Supervisors has approved a new fee schedule for the Development Services department.

The new structure allows staff to eliminate unused fees, to remove outdated references, to reduce or increase fees based on the County’s costs to provide services, and to introduce new fees associated with additional services.

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Post Date: 09/23

The Cochise County School Superintendent Jacqui Clay is seeking applicants to fill a current vacancy on the Apache Elementary School District Governing Board, effective immediately. Apache is located about 38 miles northeast of Douglas.

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

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