2020 Census!

The Census counts every person living in the United States every 10 years and the information gathered is critical to the future of our communities. To go directly to the census survey now, Click Here! It’s important that everyone living in Cochise County be counted when the Census begins in March. Complete and accurate Census data is vital because: It determines the number of seats each state gets in the[ Read More …]

Emergency Food Assistance Program

The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona and Sierra Vista Salvation Army will distribute TEFAP (The Emergency Food Assistance Program) boxes/bags in the Senior Center Parking Lot (504 N. Gonzales Blvd) on Friday, August 21, from 8 am to 9 am. It will be a drive-thru food distribution. Cars should line up on Gonzales Blvd facing south. Cars may begin lining up as early as 7 am, but distribution will[ Read More …]

2020 Census Update

You may soon be seeing Census workers in neighborhoods, at apartments, and at rural residences. This is part of the door-to-door operation during which enumerators will be knocking on doors and seeking responses from households that have not already self-responded to the census. These workers will be able to produce an official Census ID badge and provide a number that can be called to verify their official capacity. If they[ Read More …]

Press Release – ISO Rating Improves From 10 to 4

The Town of Huachuca City and the Whetstone Fire District recently participated in a Public Protection Classification (PPC) survey conducted by the Insurance Services Office (ISO). The survey provides data for ISO to analyze and measure the effectiveness of fire suppression in a community. This measurement, commonly referred to as an “ISO rating” is derived by evaluating three main areas for effectiveness: emergency communications, fire department, and water supply. ISO[ Read More …]

Emergency Food Assistance Program

The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona will be making TEFAP (The Emergency Food Assistance Program) distributions in front of the Senior Center at 504 N. Gonzales Blvd on Friday, August 21, from 8 am to 9 am. It will be a drive-thru food distribution. Cars should line up on Gonzales Blvd facing south. Cars may begin lining up as early as 7 am, but distribution will not start until[ Read More …]

Notice of Intent to Increase Garbage Fees

In accordance with our Waste Management Contract, the Town Council of Huachuca City will consider increasing garbage fees at its meeting on August 13, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. The Town’s contract with Waste Management requires that fees be adjusted annually to keep up with increased costs as measured by changes in the Consumer Price Index. This year’s increase is very small. Residents who have only one 96-gallon can will see[ Read More …]