Apply for emergency home repairs

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The City of Sierra Vista is now accepting applications for its Community Development Block Grant Emergency Repair Program for owner-occupied homes with substandard housing conditions. To be eligible, applicants must meet low and moderate-income standards, as required by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Applicants must also have owned and lived in their homes as their primary residence for …

Construction means reduced speed and lane restrictions

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The City of Sierra Vista would like to alert motorists to speed reductions and upcoming lane restrictions at the Highway 90 Bypass/Hatfield/Buffalo Soldier Trail intersection during construction, which is planned to continue through summer 2018. Already, the Arizona Department of Transportation has reduced speed in the area to 35 miles per hour and, as the project moves forward, motorists will …

Enter lottery for early library meeting room sign-up

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The Sierra Vista Public Library is accepting applications from nonprofit groups seeking to reserve one of the library’s meeting rooms in calendar year 2018 by participating in the early signup lottery. Applications are due Saturday, Nov. 4, at 4 p.m. Download an application form. or contact Librarian Susan Abend at (520) 458-4225 to learn more.

FY 2017-18 Annual Budget is now available

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The City of Sierra Vista’s FY 2017-18 Annual Budget is now available here. This budget book serves as a policy document, financial plan, operations guide, and communications device. The budget was approved by the Sierra Vista City Council and includes funds to advance or complete strategic plan objectives identified as priorities within the next year. The City reached a balanced FY …

Bearcat Pull hauls in $8,000 for Special Olympics

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With 17 teams competing, the Sierra Vista Police Department’s 12th Annual Bearcat Pull for Special Olympics raised about $8,000 for the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Arizona on Sunday. This year we were excited to see newcomers like Tohono O’Odham correctional officers and Pima County Sheriff’s Department deputies field teams. It was a fierce competition and fun event …

Draft CDBG Report Available for Comments

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The draft 2017 Community Development Block Grant Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) is now available for a 15-day public comment period, ending Sept. 14. The report can be accessed via the link above and physical copies are available for review at City Hall and the Sierra Vista Public Library. Written comments can be submitted in person at City Hall or …

Hummingbird Triathlon Results 2017

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Nearly 70 individuals and more than two dozen teams competed in the 17th Annual Hummingbird Triathlon on Saturday. It was a great event and the winners posted some impressive times! Congratulations to Luis Morales and Rosa Tapia for finishing first overall in the male and female individual categories. Morales crossed the finish line with a time of 1:00:24, while Tapia completed the race …