Better Bucks non-profit partnership opportunity

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The City will soon be accepting proposals from non-profits to manage the Better Bucks program. Qualifications and the proposal process for non-profit applicants interested in managing the program will be posted on Feb. 1.  The Better Bucks program will help those experiencing homelessness with the purchase of essential items, using Better Bucks instead of cash. Better Bucks are not yet …

Sierra Vista rescinds COVID-19 emergency declaration

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Face coverings no longer required, facilities to reopen Monday In light of declining COVID-19 cases, increasing availability of vaccines, and the latest executive order from Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, Sierra Vista Mayor Rick Mueller has rescinded the City’s emergency declaration associated with COVID-19 effective 9 a.m. today. As a result, face coverings are no longer required by the City of …

Sign up for Outdoor Spring Futsal League

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The City of Sierra Vista has partnered with the Coronado Athletic Club to offer an Outdoor Spring Futsal League. Early registration ends March 1, so sign up soon to avoid a late fee! Players born between 2002-2016 are eligible to participate. The cost is $85 per player. Volunteer coaches can sign up one player for free! To sign up, call …

Art of 2020 Exhibit deadline extended to March 31

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“Instead of worrying about what you cannot control, shift your energy to what you can create.” – Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart 2020 has been a turbulent year full of worry, frustration, and hope. Were you able to shift your energy and create art? Does your artwork tell a story of the way you, your family, or …

Snowy weather may delay trash pickup

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Snow is in the forecast for next Monday and Tuesday, and that could mean a delay in trash pickup for Sierra Vista refuse customers, due to slippery roads and inter-agency coordination. “Keeping the public, and our drivers, safe is our top priority,” says Public Works Director Sharon Flissar. When road conditions improve, trash collection will resume if the Cochise County …

Coronado-Moorman intersection to close Dec. 2 for construction

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The Coronado Drive pavement replacement project is moving into Phase 2, which will temporarily close the intersection at Coronado Drive and Moorman/Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway, effective Dec. 2. The intersection closure, along with the closure of the section of Coronado Drive between Moorman Avenue and Fry Boulevard, will remain in place until the project is completed, likely in mid-December. …

2021 Coed Youth Basketball

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The City is now accepting registration for a 2021 Coed Youth Basketball Program to gauge the community’s interest. The program is open to girls and boys ages 5 through 15. Registration is open until Dec. 11. The program is being planned with enhanced safety protocols associated with COVID-19. Fees will be collected after December 11 once the program has final …

#MaskerPiece Contest

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The Arts and Humanities Commission is sponsoring a contest to showcase our local artistic talent using a new accessory in our lives…masks! The Sierra Vista Maskerpiece Contest is open to all ages and levels of artistic experience. To participate, area residents can use traditional or non-traditional items to “glam up” a face covering. To enter, email your #SVMaskerPiece photos to …

Small Business Rent & Mortgage Relief Grant

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Governor Doug Ducey announced on Aug. 13 that $10 million, provided by Arizona’s Crisis Contingency and Safety Net Fund will go toward rent and mortgage assistance for Arizona small businesses required to pause operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Through a partnership with the Local First Arizona Foundation, the newly developed Arizona Small Business Rent and Mortgage Relief Grant program …

Know when to mask up

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Gov. Doug Ducey recommends that Arizonans mask up whenever they are out in public and here in Sierra Vista face coverings or shields are required in many situations. Exactly when and where in public wearing a face covering is required depends first on whether a person can continuously maintain at least 6 feet of distance from other people. If they …