It’s been more than 400 years since Galileo Galilei invented the telescope. And thanks to his creation, it’s allowed billions of people to step onto worlds millions of miles away.
For the second straight year, Sedona-area residents will have an …Read More
There are several spots around Sedona where traffic gets snarled during the busier times of the year — between Tlaquepaque and Tlaquepaque North on State Route 179 being one of them.
The city is working to help reduce the problem though its ongo…Read More
It’s no secret that over the years the relationship between Yavapai College and the residents of Sedona — or for that matter the Verde Valley — hasn’t always been the best. But the college’s new president is hoping to change that.Read More
The city of Sedona and APS — the state’s largest power provider — are teaming up to help promote the message and need for sustainability. The Sedona City Council approved an agreement with APS on Tuesday, July 23, which would allow charging statio…Read More
You could say it was the gasp heard ’round Sedona. Before a standing-room-only crowd of well over 100, Sedona Assistant City Manager Karen Osburn showed a graphic of all the vacation rental homes in West Sedona.
The map was filled with hund…Read More
It’s now been over a month since the first shovel went into the ground in Uptown as part of the city’s Sedona in Motion project. And according to those overseeing the project — so far, so good.Read More
It’s one of those situations where assistance may not be needed on a regular basis but it’s nice to know it’s there.
The Sedona Fire District’s Governing Board unanimously agreed to extend an intergovernmental agreement with area fire departments…
With the Sedona Oak Creek Airport Authority steadily becoming a more popular destination for private pilots, the Sedona Fire District’s Governing Board felt it was time to take a look at fire capabilities in the event of a major accident.Read More
Twice this year Mother Nature dumped several inches of snow in and around Sedona. And while it was nice to look at, driving in it was another story. But the city is hoping that a new purchase will help to avoid Sedona coming to a standstill the next t…Read More
It appears that it will be business as usual at the Sedona Creative Life Center — at least for now. In late June the facility, which sits on 15½ acres off Schnebly Hill Road, was purchased by Cyril Chiosa.Read More
For the past two and a half years, the topic of short-term vacation rentals has been on the minds of many in Sedona with some saying the issue has hit a critical point.
While the city of Sedona has some say in regard to areas like health and publ…
Christmas came early to more than a dozen local non-profit organizations with the Sedona City Council playing the role of Santa Claus.
During its Tuesday, July 9, meeting, council approved $166,500, as recommended by a citizen’s committee, in sma…
Christmas is always a festive time in Sedona. And thanks to a unanimous decision by the Sedona City Council, it will soon be even merrier.Read More
Last month the Sedona City Council approved the Sedona Chamber of Commerce’s destination services plan, its plan of work and Fiscal Year 2019- 20 budget.
On Tuesday, July 9, council and staff did a little housekeeping in terms of how funding for …
It’s like having a party where no one comes. For the fourth and final time this year the Sedona City Council held a public hearing for proposed changes to its Developmental Impact Fees — as required by state law.Read More
The Sedona Fire District’s Governing Board took a major step in filling the department’s top position.Read More
For those who have lived here long enough, the Sedona Cultural Park often conjures up fond memories of events or concerts. But the 40-acre private property — which is for sale — has been vacant since 2004.Read More
Calling it a “sledgehammer approach to killing a fly,” Vice Mayor John Martinez was among the majority of Sedona City Council members opposed to pursuing an ordinance regarding garbage cans. The city of Sedona currently has no ordinance regarding t…Read More
As a way to modernize its fleet and do its part for the environment while saving a few bucks, the city of Sedona is looking into leasing city vehicles as opposed to buying them.Read More
For the city of Sedona, it’s a matter of setting an example before expecting others to do the same. In this case, it’s all about sustainability and what can be done not only now but for years to come.Read More
In late January, the city of Sedona asked merchants for feedback as to their feelings about street performers, buskers and artists in the Uptown area.Read More
There are few topics in life that generate as much conversation — even amongst perfect strangers — as weather. And last week, people in Arizona had a whole lot to talk about.Not only did areas like Flagstaff see all-time records broken but residents …Read More
When you talk to Mariel Hemingway, you quickly realize that, despite a successful acting and modeling career — not to mention her famous last name —, she’s very down to earth. That’s fitting considering one of her most recent projects.