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    ENDING SOON!! Yuma County Courts Limited Fine Reduction Pilot Program

    People with unpaid or balance-due traffic tickets from Yuma County’s seven municipal and justice courts have a one-time opportunity to clear their record through a fine reduction program. The courts are offering a 50 percent reduction on the amount owed on civil traffic cases that have been in collections for more than two years. The program will end April 21 and no extensions will be offered. This means that people eligible to participate should plan to visit court no later than mid-April.

    03/16/2017 10:00 AM

  • YuCount Community Newsletter MARCH 2017

    03/01/2017 9:30 AM

  • YuCount Newsletter MARCH 2017

    March YuCount: *Years of Service NEW date *Adoption Clinic *Fine Reduction Program *Fun Walk/Run dates *Healthier Living online seminars *Walk a Mile in Their Shoes

    03/01/2017 9:10 AM

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    Students to match legal skills during 2017 Mock Trial Competition on Saturday

    Students from the Western region of Arizona will be in the Yuma County Superior Courts this weekend to put their legal skills to the test during the 2017 Arizona Mock Trial Competition (Region 1).

    02/28/2017 4:35 PM

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    Yuma County Recorder relocates, joins Treasurer and Elections

    The Yuma County Recorder has completed the move to the building at 197 S. Main Street/192 Maiden Lane location in Historic Downtown Yuma.

    02/24/2017 12:00 PM

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    Fair Housing Festival helps reduce buyer/renter discrimination Saturday March 11

    Buying or renting a home can be a stressful time for many people. Especially if a person feels they are being discriminated against. That’s why Yuma County, partnering with the City of Yuma and local housing advocacy agencies, will be holding the 9th Annual Fair Housing Festival, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at 450 S. 4th Avenue, Yuma. Local organizations will be on hand to provide information on Fair Housing and housing related services available in Yuma County.

    02/23/2017 4:00 PM

  • Third-Graders to Walk through the Body!

    The Yuma County Public Health District’s Arizona Nutrition Network is bringing an interactive event for area third-graders to encourage them to lead healthy lifestyles for the rest of their lives. Body Walk is set up at the Yuma Civic and Convention Center February 22nd - February 28th, 2017, for pre-reserved schools to attend at 9:00 AM every day. There is also a second session, also pre-reserved, beginning at 12:00 noon every day except Tuesday.

    02/15/2017 8:00 AM

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    Yuma County Courts Limited Fine Reduction Pilot Program

    People with unpaid or balance-due traffic tickets from Yuma County’s seven municipal and justice courts have a one-time opportunity to clear their record through a limited fine reduction program. The Arizona Supreme Court and the Superior Court in Yuma County are pleased to announce that Yuma County’s municipal and justice courts are conducting a one-time limited fine reduction program, which allows the courts to reduce certain qualified fines, penalties, and surcharges.

    02/14/2017 7:00 AM

  • YuCount Community Newsletter FEBRUARY 2017

    02/02/2017 3:45 PM

  • YuCount Newsletter FEBRUARY 2017

    February YuCount 2017: *NEW Yuma County Phone Directory *Retreat Reminder *NEW County Phone System *Adult Probation Blood Drive *Open Enrollment Benefit Fair Information *What is a 1095C? *Employee Training

    02/02/2017 3:15 PM

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    2018 Property Valuations now on the Web

    The Yuma County Assessor’s Office has completed the valuation process for the 2018 real property assessment roll and the information is now posted on the Assessor’s web page.

    01/12/2017 1:47 PM

  • YuCount Community Newsletter JANUARY 2017

    01/03/2017 12:30 PM

  • YuCount Newsletter JANUARY 2017

    January YuCount 2017: New Supervisor's Orientation New Year's Resolution 5K and 10K County's New Web Site AACo Annual Conference

    01/03/2017 12:00 PM

  • YuCount Community Newsletter DECEMBER 2016

    12/02/2016 1:00 PM

  • YuCount Newsletter DECEMBER 2016

    DECEMBER YUCOUNT: *Adoption Day *December Lunch & Learn *Safety Excellence Award *Reindeer Roundup Walk-Run *Payroll Post

    12/01/2016 5:45 PM

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    County commends area businesses for helping Yuma resident

    As the result of the Yuma County Environmental Programs Office teaming up with several businesses, one Yuma County resident will be able to live in her mobile home. On Thursday, December 1st, the efforts of Environmental Programs, Don Peterson Engineers, Winnelson Company, Bill’s Backhoe Service, General Contractor Victor Lozano and Presby Environmental (Whitefield, NH) will come to fruition as a new septic system is placed at 11400 S. Somerton Avenue.

    11/29/2016 11:13 AM

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    BOS proclaims World AIDS Day in Yuma County

    Today the Board of Supervisors is proclaimed December 1st as World AIDS Day in Yuma County. During this yearly event, the Yuma County Public Health District will offer free testing and screening at a variety of locations.

    11/21/2016 11:23 AM

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    Supervisor McCloud to Serve as a Vice President of County Supervisors Association

    Yuma County Supervisor Russell McCloud was unanimously elected by his colleagues as the First Vice President of the County Supervisors Association (CSA) at the November 17, 2016, meeting of the CSA Board of Directors.

    11/18/2016 12:26 PM

  • Your Vote Count

    The counting continues; here’s the forecast

    During each election cycle, across the country hundreds of thousands of ballots are sometimes not counted on Election Day. After Election Day, Yuma County election officials continue to ensure every eligible ballot is counted accurately and certify final election results when the Yuma County Board of Supervisors canvasses the election, meaning examining and confirming the results. For the November 8 General Election, county elections officials have until November 18th to finish processing provisional ballots and until December 2nd to report their certified vote counts to Arizona Secretary of State.

    11/09/2016 4:45 PM

  • 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

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