Washington, DC(March 5, 2014) —Yesterday President Obama released his 2015 Budget, which includes a historic $750,000 authorization to complete the feasibility study of the Little Colorado River Levee at Winslow. This is the first time this project has been included in the President's budget that he submits to Congress each year.
Holbrook, Az(March 4, 2014) —The 2015 Notices of Valuation were mailed February 28, 2014 to all property owners, according to Navajo County Assessor Cammy Darris. The notices reflect the Full Cash Value the Assessor's Office has placed on each parcel for the September 2015 Tax Bill.
HOLBROOK, AZ – February 25, 2014 – The Navajo County Board of Supervisors voted today to designate April 6 – 12, 2014
as "National Crime Victims' Rights Week" in advance of the 5th Annual Navajo County Victims' Rights Symposium, for which the
County has received a $4,984 national grant.
HOLBROOK, AZ – (February 24, 2014) --Each February, the American Dental Association (ADA), sponsors National
Children's Dental Health Month (NCDHM) to raise awareness about the importance of oral health with messages and materials
that have reached millions of people in communities across the country. Developing good habits at an early age and scheduling
regular dental visits helps children get a good start on a lifetime of healthy teeth and gums. And, moms and dads need checkups, too.
Holbrook, Ariz.(Feb. 3, 2014) —The Arizona Secretary of State, Ken Bennett, visited Navajo County on Monday, February 3, to personally certify many Navajo County officials as State Election Officers. As Arizona's Chief Election Officer, Secretary Bennett must ensure that the county personnel who run elections are competent to perform the work of an election officer, and have received education in the technical, legal and administrative aspects of conducting elections within the State of Arizona.
Holbrook, Ariz.(Jan. 28, 2014) —Navajo County elected officials and leaders gathered with area residents and Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) officials today for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the official reopening of the historic Chevelon Creek Bridge and Territorial Road.
HOLBROOK, AZ – (December 18, 2013) Widows, widowers, disabled individuals or senior citizens who are Navajo County property owners on fixed or limited incomes may be qualified to receive
a break on their property taxes
HOLBROOK, AZ – Members of the Navajo County Public Works and Administration Departments met with representatives of the Haydon Building Corp and JWA Architects on Thursday,
December 5th to review and discuss issues that will help to shape the next steps for the construction of a new Public Works Complex in Holbrook. The new Complex will be constructed near the northwest
intersection of Highways 77 and 377 just south of Holbrook, and will include 23,000 square feet of office space, heavy vehicle maintenance facilities, storage buildings, and vehicle washing and fueling facilities.
Show Low, AZ (Nov. 26, 2013) —Law enforcement officers daily encounter people struggling to provide for themselves, their families and their animals, which is why law enforcement agencies across the northland are partnering with C.A.L. Ranch in Show Low to kick off “Snug & Full for the Holidays,” beginning this Friday, November 29.
HOLBROOK - For the past few weeks, members of the Navajo County Sheriff's office have been undergoing a series of intense training exercises to improve officer safety and tactics.
The genesis of the training has been drawn from the “Below 100” initiative, a national program that is designed to reduce police line-of-duty deaths to fewer than one hundred per year.