October 18, 2016
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The City of Sedona is about to begin another one of many projects comprising the “Sedona in Motion” transportation improvement plan. The latest is a shared-use pathway within Sunset Park that will travel between Sunset and Shelby drives.
A female bear was captured and tranquilized Sunday evening in a neighborhood in Sedona, according to Arizona Game and Fish and the Sedona Police Department.
The VVCC is building upon its 2017 fundraising success by establishing a $75,000 goal for the Western Gateway Trail Construction Project in 2018.
Frances Julia Riemer, PhD, will be the featured speaker at the League of Women Voters 98th Birthday luncheon on Thursday, Feb. 15 at 11:30 a.m. at the Sedona Elks Lodge, located 110 Airport Rd. in Sedona.
The council’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for older Arizonans.
Metered pay parking takes effect on Main Street, SR89A, in Uptown Sedona beginning June 28. The parking program was developed as a partnership between the city and Uptown merchants to help manage traffic flow and parking demand, and revenues will be reinvested in the Uptown area.
The Memorial Day weekend in Sedona proved to be a busy one for emergency responders, accoridng to a press release from the Sedona Fire Department.
Strategy aims to offset increasing costs, reduce debt
As the Sedona International Film Festival (SIFF) heads into its 24th year, and five years after opening the Mary D. Fisher Theatre, the SIFF Board of Directors has launched a $250,000 matching challenge grant campaign as part of an aggressive broad-based strategy to offset increasing costs and reduce debt.
The Sunset Park toddler playground will be closed May 8-12 for remodeling.
The Sedona Red Rock High School Playmakers present “The Dining Room” by A. R. Gurney.