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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- City of Yuma Road Report for September 25, 2014
This week's update of road construction projects: Catalina Drive Reconstruction; Avenue A south of 24th Street - YRMC; 5th Avenue and 7th Street; 14th Street and 11th Avenue; Avenue 5E near County 11-1/2 Street; and more. Continued... 09/25/2014
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Fire House Facts for Sunday September 14, 2014 through Saturday September 20, 2014 and Tips on Disaster Preparedness. Continued... 09/24/2014
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