Blue Bin Removal Form

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The June 21 curbside recycling collection brings the blue bin recycling program to an end. You can keep your blue bin or request that it be removed using this online form. This City will launch a #RenewYourBlue Upcycling Contest in mid-July!

Call for mural artists

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The City of Sierra Vista is inviting artists to submit designs for a mural on the surface of the water tank located on the southwest corner of Denman Avenue and Canyon Drive in Fry Townsite. The artist or artists who submit the design that is selected will receive $500. Designs are due by August 20. Details are provided in the Request …

Submit a 2019 Environmental Merit Award application

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The Environmental Affairs Commission created the Environmental Merit Award to recognize individuals, businesses, service groups, or organizations that strive to meet or exceed the City of Sierra Vista’s environmental goals. Areas of interest include water conservation, environmental stewardship, and recycling. Eligible award categories include: achievement in energy efficiency or conservation, achievement in water efficiency or conservation, renewable energy programs, and …

Summer Fun Youth Sports

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Summer Fun Youth Sports Program registration is ongoing at The Cove and the Oscar Yrun Community Center. Please sign up early as there is no on-site registration for any of these programs. For more information, call (520) 515-4999. Track & Field Clinic and Meet Session I             June 11 & 13 Session II June 25 & 27 days                Tuesday & Thursday time                     8:00–10:00 am …

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Recycling Drop-Off Program FAQ

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When does this take effect? The new drop-off facility opens on July 1, which also marks the end of the curbside pickup program. The final curbside recycling collection will occur on Friday, June 21. What happens to my blue bin? After July 1, City refuse customers are welcome to keep their blue bins and use them for other purposes. Do …

FY 2019-20 Tentative Budget

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The FY 2019/2020 Tentative Budget Book in the amount of $87,150,107 is now available for review. Click here to access it online. This book reflects a balanced recommended budget based upon the City’s current revenue structure and projections, and will be used to inform City Council budget work session discussions. Changes may be made to the tentative budget before passage …

Start a leisure class with the City

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The City of Sierra Vista is seeking passionate instructors to lead new leisure classes in their areas of interest and expertise. Classes can focus on a variety of subjects, activities, and age groups. Categories include, but are not limited to, recreational activities, special interests, health, and fitness. Interested instructors must submit a proposal to the City outlining the proposed class …

Traffic signal work at Coronado and Fry begins Monday evening

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Sierra Vista, AZ.  04/05/2019. The traffic signal at Coronado Drive and Fry Boulevard will go dark Monday evening while the City’s Public Works employees replace the signal cabinet. The signal work is slated to begin at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, April 8, and is expected to be completed by 5:00 a.m. the following morning. Although traffic at the intersection may …