Yavapai County

Education

Findlay Subaru Prescott Presents Local Teachers with $12,500 Donation During Celebration

As part of the Subaru Loves Learning initiative in collaboration with AdoptAClassroom.org, Subaru is adopting 25 classrooms in the Yavapai County school district Findlay Subaru Prescott partnered with AdoptAClassroom to recognize Yavapai County teachers and present them with a $12,500 donation and 25 additional classroom supply kits during a celebratory event at their dealership. The

Elections

Yavapai County Voters – General Election Information

Yavapai County Recorder, Michelle M. Burchill would like to remind voters about important information regarding the upcoming 2022 General Election being held Tuesday, November 8, 2022. Important Dates: Last day to register/update info to vote Tuesday, October 11, 2022 Early voting begins Wednesday, October 12, 2022 Automatic Ballots-by-Mail will be mailed Wednesday, October 12, 2022

Health

Arizonans have the 12th best levels of lung health in America (study)

Study ranks locations based on smoking rates and pollution levels over 5 years Yavapai county emerged in position #1; Pinal came last The Lung Institute, a source for pulmonary information for better lung health, including disease prevention and management, commissioned a national study to establish a ranking of lung health across America, over a five-year

University of Arizona Cooperative Extension

New Director Takes the Helm of U of Arizona Yavapai County Cooperative Extension

The University of Arizona, Yavapai County Cooperative Extension welcomes Matt Halldorson as the new County Extension Director and Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) Agent as of July 25, 2022. Matt replaces Jeff Schalau, who retired in July 2021. As Extension Director, Matt supports 4-H Youth Development, STEM, Family Consumer and Health Sciences (Food Safety, Child

Yavapai College

REDC Receives Rural Business Development Grant – Yavapai College

Funding will be used to expand SBDC services to rural businesses Businesses in rural communities across Yavapai County will soon benefit from consulting services thanks to a USDA grant awarded to the Regional Economic Development Center (REDC) at Yavapai College. The REDC submitted a grant proposal to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and

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