The Town of Huachuca City’s long-term community vision is built upon the premise of an attractive, forward-thinking and progressive community.
We desire a clean, safe and prosperous community that retains its small-town charm, friendliness and rural desert character.
We desire fruitful and productive partnerships with our neighboring communities, while at the same time maintaining our unique identity and self-sufficiency.
We encourage residential and commercial development that will balance economic prosperity with our natural cultural heritage. We believe this balance is crucial for a continued high standard of living and high quality of life for our residents.
We desire a town that provides a wide range of community facilities and access to goods and services that promote the health, happiness and well-being of residents and visitors.
Welcome to Huachuca City, AZ.
The Town of Huachuca City, AZ is looking for a qualified Full Time Records Clerk / Animal Control Officer. Salary ranges from $27,040 – $29,120 depending on education and experience. Send completed application and resume material to Brandye Thorpe, Town Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to 500 N. Gonzales Blvd., Huachuca City AZ 85616, ATTN: Brandye Thorpe. Applications will be taken until job is filled.
The Town of Huachuca City is now hiring a Sworn Peace Officer (Police Officer). This position includes shift work to include nights and weekends and may include supervisory duties. Salary ranges from $35,360 – $49,200 depending on education and experience. The town offers a comprehensive benefit package to include PSPRS, paid leave, and health insurance. For a complete job description and minimum qualification requirements, please see the Town’s website: www.huachucacityaz.gov. Applications[ Read More …]
The Town of Huachuca City is currently accepting applications for a full-time landfill operator. Duties include assisting and directing landfill customers, operating dozer and compactor to compact trash, ensuring compliance with safety and environmental regulations, operating water truck on access road and around work area to control dust and also may operate bulldozers and scrapers for training purposes or to gain work experience. Please note this is not an exhaustive[ Read More …]
There will be a Town Council meeting on October 28, 2021 at 6pm in Council Chambers located at 500 N. Gonzales Blvd. The public is welcome to attend. The agenda can be found here.