Camp Verde’s Parks and Recreation Manager Mike Marshall said Friday that Gov. Doug Ducey’s recent executive order has prompted the town to cancel this year’s Cornfest, scheduled for July 18.
Wednesday, Camp Verde Town Council voted 6-to-0 to apply for a $2.5 million grant to help complete Phase 1B of the town’s sports complex.
In July 2019, John Bradshaw told Camp Verde he wanted Alcantara Vineyards and Winery to be annexed into the town’s limits.
The Town of Camp Verde would like its boundaries to be as compatible as possible with the fire district to ensure services and equitable application of the fire code.
According to Town Manager Russ Martin, the grant would allow Camp Verde to build a more complete Phase 1B.
An administrator for the Save the Middle Verde Facebook Group claims its primary emphasis is to unseat Randy Garrison as the District 3 Yavapai County supervisor in the November general election.
On a personal level, I love living here and appreciate all the natural resources and the diversity of our town, the friendly people and western character that bring us together. I want to be mayor because I am uniquely qualified and because I will always act in the best interest of my employers – the citizens of Camp Verde.
I have been asked by community members to run again this time for the position. I would like to serve this last time to bring pending important issues to the decision time for council and our community.
The anchor tenant in a 55,000-square-foot Rimrock development has backed out, developer, Dugan McDonald of High View LLC said Friday.
Formerly the school’s student success coach, Allie Wheeler takes over for Katrina Sacco, who will become director of curriculum instruction and assessment at Payson Unified School District.
George is asking for $150K in damages from the Town of Camp Verde, an apology from council to be distributed to the media, and censure of council members Butner and LeBeau.
A homeowner was cited for throwing a cigarette and starting a small brush fire near downtown at a time when fire departments are warning people of an elevated fire threat because of high winds and humidity in Northern Arizona.
The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office and Silent Witness program seek the public’s help in locating people who allegedly broke into two vehicles this week.
Barely a month into operation, the Verde Drive-In has gone from showing movies on a 25-foot screen to a 32-foot screen.
The Camp Verde Chamber and Business Alliance – CVCBA – has released a new business directory as a community service for the community’s businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.