The Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) put in place Stage 2 fire restrictions May 12.
The Coconino County Board of Supervisors held a community-wide live stream town hall meeting May 6 and stated the county has not seen a 14-day decline in the number of positive COVID-19 cases which the state is using as the first trigger to relaxing restrictions.
"This is not a green light to speed," Ducey said. "This is a green light to proceed, and we're going to proceed with caution."
The Williams Police Department (WPD) answered the following calls for service (among others) May 5-12 — • Officers responded to subject camping in city limits on RT66 near JJ’s, subject warned and moved;
Kaibab National Forest will be temporarily closing the green waste disposal site at the Moonset Pit.
“Our community has had an awesome response to the Testing Blitz,” said Coconino County Supervisor Liz Archuleta.
The Fancy Mask competition sponsored by Kali Kaliche and The Williams-Grand Canyon News has extended the deadline through May 20.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The city of Williams has been recognized for their efforts in the upgrade of Grand Canyon Boulevard by receiving the 2020 Public Works Project of the Year – Transportation award from the American Public Works Association (APWA).
An end to the lockdown in Gallup would likely mean stricter restrictions at Zuni.
“We’re trying our hardest to provide responsive public safety, reliable utilities, solid infrastructure, and quality recreational facilities for our citizens and our valued guests," said city manager Chase Waggoner.
Tourists with reservations during the time of the suspension will be contacted and will have the opportunity to reschedule their reservation for dates within the 2021 season.
As the state moves into a more active fire season in the Southwest, the U.S. Forest Service is enacting shooting restrictions on the Coronado, Tonto and Prescott National Forests.
As of May 5, these are the only confirmed COVID-19 positive Sheriff employees and inmates in the Flagstaff Facility.
President Nez said Tappan's comments have far-reaching implications and urged him to be more respectful of the relationship between Navajos and the city of Page.
With the support of the city, and private funding, the permanent park idea began to steamroll as numerous businesses began to volunteer time, equipment and expertise.
The Williams Police Department (WPD) answered the following calls for service (among others) —
“There’s been a huge demand, locally, for people to purchase firearms and ammunition,” said co-owner Nishan Campbell.
Over the weekend, Coconino County Sheriff’s Office responded to two reports of attempted child abductions in Bellemont and Ash Fork.
The meeting will also be streamed on Coconino County’s YouTube channel and broadcast on NAU-TV.
Coconino County collected 287 COVID-19 specimens May 2.
Collecting and testing of fleas for the presence of plague was conducted by the Pathogen and Microbiome Institute at Northern Arizona University.
As of April 28, Coconino County is under campfire restrictions.