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 Winter Issue
Get ready for the return of the Old World Santas in Veterans Memorial Park, learn how SEACOM agencies benefit from regional dispatch, and prepare for the holiday season in Sierra Vista! That and much more is featured in the winter edition of Vistas.
The City Council is considering a 15% residential refuse rate increase and an ordinance change to allow private residential recycling collection. The public is also invited to comment on these proposed code amendments: zoning change affecting schools, subdivision platting procedure and requirements, and public improvement – general regulations. Learn more and submit comments on the Public Comment Items page.
Fry Improvement Project
The City is moving forward to build an improved Fry Boulevard and create a space that meets the needs of vehicles, pedestrians, and bicyclists alike, with amenities that will enhance the business district and public spaces.
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 rate increase considered
Refuse fee and rate changes take effect on March 1. The City is also allowing private haulers to offer curbside recycling service in Sierra Vista and will close its recycling drop-off facility on March 1. Learn more.
Sierra Vista's Code of Ordinances is available in a searchable database from American Legal Publishing Corporation. The City Development Code is integrated as Chapter 151.
The City has a variety of surplus items like furniture, supplies, equipment, and even vehicles available for sale on our public auction site.
The City is evaluating development fees. A public hearing on the Land Use Assumptions and Infrastructure Improvements Plan will be held at the City Council meeting on Thursday, March 12, at 5 p.m.