Mayor & Council
The Yuma City Government exists to provide a forum for public discussion and decision-making.
The Yuma City Government exists to provide a forum for public discussion and decision-making. We are committed to deliver quality public services and to advance the social and economic well being of our present and future citizens. We encourage you to participate: attend a City Council meeting and share your opinion or join a board or commission and take a more active part or simply attend a public meeting.
Our current Mayor and City Council are:
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More Recent News...
- Back to School Rodeo Set for 8 am to Noon Saturday, July 25
The City of Yuma and a variety of community sponsors will host the fourth annual Back to School Rodeo from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, July 25, at the Yuma Civic Center, located at 1440 W. Desert Hills Drive. Continued... 07/23/2015
- Fire House Facts and Monsoon Awareness
From Sunday July 12, 2015 through Saturday July 18, 2015, the Yuma Fire Department responded to 211 emergency calls for service. Continued... 07/22/2015
- City, Mexican Consulate to host Fiestas Patrias on Sept. 12
The City of Yuma and the Consulate of Mexico in Yuma will host a Fiestas Patrias celebration on Saturday, Sept.12, at Desert Sun Stadium. The free event invites all in the region to commemorate Mexico's declaration of independence from Spain. Continued... 07/21/2015
- More Write-In Candidates Join Field; Voter Registration Deadline Looms
The deadline to register to vote in the City of Yuma primary election is fast approaching. And with four declared write-in candidates filing by today's deadline, voters will have additional choices. Continued... 07/16/2015
- Mayor's Inaugural Address
I realized it isn't about the quotes; it isn't about the pictures, videos and the events. It is about the doing; the serving; the action. Continued...
- Public Meeting Agendas
- Pet Licenses
All dogs and cats over three months of age in the City of Yuma are required to be licensed and must either wear collars with the license tag attached or be microchipped and registered with the City licensing agent. Continued...
- City 73 & Ciudad 72
Our government access channels, City 73 and Ciudad 72, make access to public meetings more convenient to residents and facilitate involvement in local government decision-making. Continued...