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  • Your Vote Count

    9 Convenient Vote Centers takes the debate out of where to VOTE!!

    Registered voters in Yuma County don’t have to debate over where to vote! During previous Presidential Elections there was confusion over which Polling Place voters were supposed to check-in. Due to the expected HIGH VOLUME turnout, Election Officials are asking voters headed to the polls to visit during non-peak times. Polls tend to be busy prior to going to work, during lunch hour and just after 5:00 pm.

    11/07/2016 11:36 AM

  • Award

    Risk Management efforts save $$$, lead to awards

    Yuma County was recently honored during the 2016 Public Risk Management Association’s (PRIMA) Annual Convention in Atlanta. Yuma County won PRIMA’s Outstanding Achievement for a Public Risk Management Program Award for utilizing the international standard on risk management (ISO 31000) to develop an enterprise risk management program. An Honorable Mention was also awarded for the County’s pain free manual therapy program.

    06/23/2016 5:00 PM

  • Award

    County to receive GOLD from the Healthy Arizona Worksites Program

    Yuma County Human Resources and Public Health District has been invited to the Healthy Arizona Worksites Annual Event where they will receive the organization’s highest honor - the “Gold Award Level.” Last year, Yuma County was the first government agency to receive any of the 3 awards when they were given the Silver Award Level. The event will take place Thursday, June 23, in Phoenix.

    06/16/2016 5:00 PM

  • Your Vote Count

    County Recorder now offers EARLY BALLOT request ONLINE

    The Yuma County Recorder announced today it is now easier than ever to cast your ballot in Yuma County. Any registered voter can request an Early Ballot by visiting the county's website by navigating to the EARLY BALLOT REQUEST webpage. This new service is easier than mailing in a request and can be done from any PC or Mobile Device with internet access.

    06/15/2016 5:15 PM

  • County Seal

    Hearing: Notice of Tax Increase

    In compliance with section 48-254, Arizona Revised Statute, Yuma County Library District is notifying its property taxpayers of Yuma County Library District’s intention to raise its secondary property taxes over last year’s level. Yuma County Library District is proposing an increase in secondary property taxes of $89,394 or 1.33%.

    06/03/2016 9:27 AM

  • Counties Game

    Focus on Health and Learning about County operations during National County Government Month

    Yuma County will celebrate National County Government Month during the month of April to showcase how the County is promoting a healthy and safe community.

    03/31/2016 4:54 PM

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