October 18, 2016
Stories this photo appears in:
CAMP VERDE – The Camp Verde Town Council candidates forum has officially been moved to the Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts, Rob Witt of the Camp Verde Republicans said in an email Monday afternoon to Verde Valley Newspapers.
It’s important that Camp Verde’s citizens have a chance to interact with this year’s Town Council candidates, said Rob Witt, a member of the Camp Verde Republicans.
Want to know more about the permit process for renting a guest house? Then come to the vacation rental owners mixer.
By refinancing one loan and taking out another loan, the Town of Camp Verde will be able to “secure much-needed finishes” for the expansion of its wastewater treatment plant, Town Manager Russ Martin said.
As a result of the critical fire conditions we are currently experiencing, effective Friday, April 20, 8 a.m., Copper Canyon Fire and Medical Authority will implement a fire ban within its jurisdiction.
The annual Cornfest will not take place this year due to lack of volunteers, community interest, and the ever so unpredictable weather.
Heather Daniels says she’s excited about the annual Easter egg hunt this Saturday at Camp Verde’s The Haven.
On May 11, United Christian School will celebrate a Night of the Arts, which will include an art show by the school’s art students, followed by an adaptation for the stage of The Pilgrim’s Progress and its sequel, Pilgrim’s Progress 2.
At Saturday's Easter egg hunt at Camp Verde’s The Haven, more than 1,200 eggs will be ripe for the picking, so to speak, and the Easter Bunny is expected to make his triumphant return to Camp Verde. A myriad of other games, as well as popcorn and drinks will be available for anyone in attendance.
In partnership with the Beaver Creek Trails Coalition, the work, led by Amina Sena of the Coconino National Forest Red Rock District, involved about 30 volunteers who constructed one-rock dams and Zuni Bowls in drainages that surround the spring.
According to Eric Evans, there’s a “clear need” for clean-up at the Copper Canyon shooting pit.
Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council could approve the Town’s recommendation for rate increases over the next five years.
Saturday, March 24, Meals on Wheels, in partnership with the Verde Valley Senior Center will sponsor the third annual Camp Verde March-a-Mile event in conjunction with the National March-a-Mile for Meals on Wheels in an effort to raise funds for the Meals on Wheels program.
As the fourth quarter of the 2018 budget year is fast approaching, the Town of Camp Verde is looking to expand the responsibilities of four staffers in three of its departments.
The annual Spring Heritage Pecan and Wine Festival will sponsor a Pecan Pie Contest again this year.
The Television Spectrum Auction has ended and the resulting repack is in progress. Without being too technical, what this means is that many over the air TV stations throughout Arizona and the nation are being relocated to other channels.
Besides moving forward with plans for its 110-acre Camp Verde Sports Complex off SR 260 and McCracken Lane, the Town of Camp Verde’s Public Works Department has plenty to celebrate in 2017.
On Dec. 15, the Camp Verde Town Council could go into executive session to discuss a possible contract for Town Manager Russ Martin.
In the past 20 or so years, the Town of Camp Verde, Camp Verde Chamber of Commerce, Camp Verde Promotions, Verde Valley Archaeology Center, even the newly-formed Camp Verde Business Alliance have played a role in operating and/or owning Camp Verde’s three signature events.
The Camp Verde Marshal’s Office is pleased to announce a $10,482.00 award from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety for Speed Enforcement Related Equipment.
The 2017 Christmas season is upon us.
The Camp Verde Marshal’s Office is pleased to announce a $6,000 award from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety for Speed Enforcement programs.
The next Camp Verde Community Blood Drive will be from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 13 at the Camp Verde Community Center Gymnasium, located at 395 S. Main St.
The Town of Camp Verde recently partnered with Copper Canyon Fire and Medical Authority to conduct a Table Top Exercise (TTX).
Tuesday, the Camp Verde Unified School District governing board is expected to schedule a work session to discuss its vision for the district’s fifth-day programs.
At 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council could approve the application for an Arizona State Parks Off-Highway Vehicle Grant to purchase four-acres and develop a multi-use trailhead for Ryal Canyon Trail, off Salt Mine Road.
Wednesday, Camp Verde Town Council voted 7-to-0 to approve a $425,000 settlement agreement between the Town of Camp Verde and the engineer, Coe and Van Loo.
From 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. Aug. 4 at its Camp Verde office, SpectrUm Healthcare will have an open house at its Camp Verde facility to officially announce its expanded services.
At 6 p.m. Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council will hold a special session and public hearing for comments on the proposed fiscal year 2017-2018 budget.
Low-income homeowners could receive assistance with ‘essential home repairs’
Over the next several months, the Town of Camp Verde will be looking for homeowners who need help with essential home repairs.
At 9 a.m. Wednesday, June 14, American Legion Post 93 will observe National Flag Day at Fort Verde State Historic Park.
College’s students can now check out portable computers to use away from school
Though Camp Verde does not have a Yavapai College campus, the area’s community college students now have access to laptop computers at the Camp Verde Community Library.
Its proper title is Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World. In Four Parts. By Lemuel Gulliver, First a Surgeon, and then a Captain of Several Ships.
At 8 a.m. Thursday, the Yavapai-Apache Nation will officially open its Middle Verde waterline to its Tunlii housing area, providing arsenic-free water to the community’s residents.
Council, Town staff also expected to discuss Capital Improvements projects
Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council has scheduled two meetings, one its regular session at 6:30 p.m. – and before that, a 5 p.m. work session to talk about the drafted proposed fiscal year 2017-2018 budget.
Country music musician Darius Rucker, former lead singer and guitarist for Hootie and the Blowfish, will play the Stargazer Pavilion on Friday, May 12.
CAMP VERDE – In 2016, the Camp Verde Business Alliance was created by local business persons seeking to increase the town’s business opportunities, as well as assist the Town of Camp Verde with its economic and community development efforts.
CAMP VERDE –The Town of Camp Verde and its partners are pleased to announce that the 2017 Spring Heritage Pecan and Wine Festival, March 18 and 19. Come taste the region’s award-winning wines, race your canoe or kayak, and celebrate the rich agricultural history, as well as the rich and ancient cultural heritage of Arizona’s Verde Valley.
From 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24 at the Town of Camp Verde’s Community Center, the Verde Natural Resource Conservation District – aka NRCD – will hold a Small Irrigators Workshop so ditch irrigators could learn to become more water-wise.
Before Camp Verde’s old library can be demolished, its trace amounts of asbestos must be removed.
Wednesday, Camp Verde Town Council could approve a contract with Wendel Energy Services, LLC to perform an investment grade audit of the Town’s buildings, parks and wastewater treatment facilities to determine the potential for energy conservation project feasibilities, which includes options, as well as estimated costs and probable payback periods for future projects.
Strategic plan discussions, part two. On Dec. 13, the Camp Verde Unified School District governing board and superintendent Dr. Dennis Goodwin discussed a second revised draft of the district’s proposed Strategic Plan, a “work in progress” says board President Helen Freeman.