Arizona State Park honoring the Granite Mountain Hot Shots has received a national award.
A State park honoring the fallen Granite Mountain Hot Shots has received a national award. The Society of Outdoor Recreation Professionals has presented Arizona State Parks and Trails with a Project Excellence Award for their work in developing Hot Shots Memorial State Park. Governor Doug Ducey has stated thanks to the contributions of many, Arizona has a memorial state park dedicated to the lives of the brave Hot Shots. Arizona State Parks and Trails had dedicated the park in the Town of Yarnell last November. The 320 acre park is located on the site where the 19 Hot Shots lost their lives on June 30th, 2013 fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire. It’s the only memorial for first responders of its kind in the country. The Project Excellence Award was presented at the National Outdoor Recreation Conference held in Scottsdale last Thursday.
The Crisis Stabilization Unit is set to open soon.
The West Yavapai Guidance Clinic is preparing to accept patients at its new Crisis Stabilization Unit by early next month. The 6500 square foot facility is located on Eastridge Drive in Prescott Valley. West Yavapai Guidance Clinic CEO Larry Green describes the goal of this facility. Green explains the next steps in the process to open the facility for patients. The Crisis Stabilization Unit will have 50 staff members who will be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The West Yavapai Guidance Clinic held an Open House for the facility last Thursday.
What are your thoughts on the proposed Yavapai College budget?
Share your comments on the proposed Yavapai College Fiscal Year 2018 Budget. At 1 tomorrow afternoon, the Yavapai College District Governing Board will hold a public hearing on the nearly 81 thousand dollar budget, which is down more 300 thousand dollars from the current fiscal year. Clint Ewell, Vice-President of Finance and Administration is scheduled to give an overview of the budget and once that’s completed, citizens will have an opportunity to share their comments. The Board will then discuss the proposed budget before voting on adoption. The Board will also meet in a regular session that includes consideration of the sale of joint property at the Prescott Valley Public Library to the Town. Both meetings will be held in Building 3, Room 119 at the Prescott campus, located on Sheldon Street.