Extraordinary Skies. Uncommon Ground.
Sierra Vista is truly a place to soar! The awe-inspiring skies are as wide open as the opportunities. At a cool 4,600 feet, Sierra Vista is the commercial, education, and medical hub of Southeast Arizona. With forward-thinking, citizen-centric leadership, the City of Sierra Vista strives to ensure a safe, healthy, and thriving community.
Vistas Fall Issue
Find out what the City is doing to make recycling work, how saving energy is paying for upgrades to sports fields and other facilities, and how you can experience the life of a Sierra Vista firefighter/paramedic. That and more is all in the fall issue of Vistas.
City Council is considering some refuse fee changes to better offset costs for these programs. Also under consideration are these development code changes: sign regulations, district regulations with regard to dumping rubbish, accessory dwellings, and home-based businesses. Learn more and submit comments on the Public Comment Items page.
B-ball Officials Needed
The City is looking for basketball officials for the coming season. If you have the drive, and all the materials and equipment needed to make a great sports season for Sierra Vista kids, check out the RFQ online and toss your name into the basket!
Learn more about Sierra Vista’s exciting new energy initiatives. Learn what projects are on deck, what current project is underway, and when to expect even more! The photo gallery documents this project, with new snaps being added as work is done.
Refuse fee increase considered
The Sierra Vista City Council will be considering an increase to the City’s residential refuse rates at its Thursday, Dec. 12, council meeting.
Recycling Drop-off Center
The City’s recycling drop-off center is now open Monday-Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at 7201 E. Hwy 90. Accepted materials are: corrugated cardboard, glass bottles and jars, steel and aluminum cans, and plastics #1 and #2. Learn more on our recycling page.
Sierra Vista's Code of Ordinances is available online from American Legal Publishing Corporation. The City Development Code is integrated as Chapter 151 of this searchable database.
The City has a variety of surplus items like furniture, supplies, equipment, and even vehicles available for sale on our public auction site.
Help reproduce the much-loved display of Old World Santas that appears in Veterans Memorial Park anually. Click here to find out how you can help!