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Even though the COVID-19 pandemic has led to government office closures, it's important to remember this is an election year for Arizona municipalities.
Vacant and abandoned buildings are among the items the Clarkdale Council is set to discuss at its Tuesday meeting, set for 3 p.m. in the Men’s Lounge meeting room of the Clarkdale Clubhouse.
At its Jan. 14 meeting, the Clarkdale Council unanimously agreed to spend about $58,000 in consulting fees for two studies: one on “commercial corridor” utility improvements along State Route 89A and another to examine possible reclaimed water uses.
CLARKDALE — The Town of Clarkdale will hold mayoral and council elections in 2020 and some important dates in the process have been announced.
Bring a blanket, bring a chair, and bring your friends and family as we gather in the Clarkdale Town Park for the Disney film Hocus Pocus on the big screen at 6 p.m. Friday.
A work session was held as part of the Clarkdale Town Council’s regular Tuesday meeting to address nearly $350,000 in collected wastewater capacity and impact fees, which must be spent by Jan. 1, 2020.
Tuesday, the Clarkdale Planning Commission is set to hold a work study session on a proposed 46-unit tract in one of the Verde Valley’s larger master-planned communities.
There’s never a cover and it’s all on Main Street in Historic Downtown Clarkdale Friday, July 26, 6-9 p.m.
Tuesday, much could be decided for the next fiscal year for the Town of Clarkdale.
The proposed tax increase will cause Clarkdale’s primary property taxes on a $100,000 home to increase from $158.39 (total taxes that would be owed without the proposed tax increase) to $161.50 (total proposed taxes including the tax increase).
The new APS substation in Clarkdale is on a path to approval thanks to a Planning Commission decision Tuesday, but townspeople will still be able to voice recommendations about the substation at another Town Council meeting and an APS open house, according to Clarkdale Planning Manager Beth Escobar.
The Clarkdale Community Services Department and the Parks and Recreation Commission began a public outreach process regarding the Selna Ballfield and Mongini Park in September of 2018.
During the open house, community members will have the opportunity to learn more about the Town Manager search process, meet the candidates, and provide feedback to the Town Council. Each candidate will give a brief introduction and interact informally with attendees. The Town Council will be interviewing the candidates on Thursday and Friday, April 18 and 19.
The Town of Clarkdale has announced the 2019 Concerts in the Park band line up. It was a record year for submissions with 39 bands competing for nine concert slots.
CLARKDALE -- The Town of Clarkdale will review a presentation on the distribution of Community Development Block Grants Tuesday.
Clarkdale’s Town Council adopted a specific focus area plan for the Central Business District on February 27, 2018. This plan was developed with input from the Planning Commission, residents, businesses and Town Staff.
Some Clarkdale employees are getting a raise amid the state’s minimum wage increase.
CLARKDALE -- Clarkdale Town Council will have a joint work session with the Planning Commission to go over priorities and pending issues next Tuesday during a regular meeting.
Clarkdale Parks and Recreation Commission is hosting a public hearing on site plan concepts for Selna Ballfield and Mongini Park on Wednesday, Dec. 12 at 5 p.m. at the Men’s Lounge of the Clark Memorial Clubhouse.
The Clarkdale Design Review Board is taking applications from Clarkdale citizens interested in being appointed to fill a vacant seat that was created by the resignation of one of its members.
Two people have applied for an open seat on Clarkdale Town Council.
CLARKDALE -- In response to interest from developers to build multifamily units in Clarkdale, town staff drafted guidelines to encourage sustainable development.
Flagstaff Mayor Coral Evans will give a presentation on Flagstaff’s emerging Climate Action and Adaptation Plan, a milestone that draws upon success stories from individuals and cities around the world that are making a difference.
In compliance with section 42-17107, Arizona Revised Statutes, the Town of Clarkdale is notifying its property taxpayers of Clarkdale’s intention to raise its primary property taxes over last year’s level. Clarkdale is proposing an increase in total primary property taxes collected of $10,284 or 1.96 percent.
During a visit to Patagonia Lake, Mayor Doug Von Gausig noticed the picnic tables were being replaced. After noticing the old tables seemed to be in good condition, Von Gausig inquired as to what was being done with them. Patagonia Park decided the Town of Clarkdale could have the benches.
Saturday, April 21st, the town of Clarkdale Historical Society will be offering their 9th annual tour of classic historic homes.
The Farmer+Chef Connection, an event coming to Northern Arizona for the first time in Sept. 11, has changed its location from Camp Verde to Clarkdale at the Clark Memorial Clubhouse. Unanticipated construction at the Cliff Castle Casino prevented the event from being hosted at the venue.
CLARKDALE – Interviewing candidates for the seat vacated by Councilmember Curt Bohall will have to wait – the special council meeting scheduled for this week was cancelled. The meeting was rescheduled to Sept. 5 at 3 p.m.
Effective immediately, The Town of Clarkdale will move into Demand Reduction Strategy II “Water Alert.”
CLARKDALE – The Clarkdale Police Department recently received three Automated External Defibrillators (AED) from the Verde Valley Fire District.
CLARKDALE – A regular meeting of the Common Council of the Town of Clarkdale is set for Feb. 14 at 6 p.m. at the Clark Memorial Clubhouse in the Men’s Lounge.
CLARKDALE – A new website entitled “Experienceclarkdale.com” has been launched by the Clarkdale Downtown Business Alliance in the hopes of promoting and facilitating local tourism.
CLARKDALE –The Town of Clarkdale was presented with a 2016 Program Excellence Award in Community Sustainability from the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) during the Oct. 25 council meeting.