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  • 160 Bikes Distributed in 14th Annual Bike Giveaway
  • Supervisor Martin Completes Year as CSA President
  • Over 800 Pounds of Medication Collected on "Take Back Day"
  • BOS approves first landfill rate increase since 2008
  • Fall 2017 Gila County Newsletter
  • Health Department Partners with Tri-City Fire to Raise Awareness about Opioid Abuse
  • BOS gives $150,000 for Services for Seniors
  • Supervisor Cline Selected for NACo Agriculture and Rural Affairs Steering Committee
  • 2017 Personal Property Tax Bills to be Reissued
  • County Breaks New Ground in the Fight Against Opioid Abuse
  • GCC Releases Stakeholders Report & Economic Impact Study
  • BOS Hears Report on Pinal Fire EWP Project
  • BOS Approves 17-18 Tax Rates
  • Gila County Health Dept. Releases Annual Report
  • Summer 2017 Gila County Newsletter
  • BOS adopts FY 17-18 budget, keeps tax rates from increasing for the 8th year
  • Outdoor Fire Restrictions Lifted in Unincorporated Areas
  • Work Begins on County's Pinal Fire EWP Project
  • BOS Adopts Tentative County Budget with No Property Tax Increase
  • County Secures 300k Emergency Funding for Pinal Fire Flood Mitigation
  • Gila County Budget Forums
  • Highline Fire evacuation orders lifted
  • Evacuation Order for La Cienega and Ellison Creek Estates in the Ellison Creek drainage north of the Control Rd
  • Highline Fire Precautionary Pre-Evacuation areas
  • Residents Encouraged to Prepare Properties for Monsoon Season
  • James Menlove Accepts Position as Gila County Manager
  • Supervisor Martin Participates in NACo Western Interstate Region (WIR) Conference
  • Pinal Fire Precautionary Pre-evacuation Notice Lifted
  • Supervisor Humphrey¬† participates in NACo Infrastructure Week
  • Precautionary Pre-evacuation Notification for Pinal Fire
  • Outdoor Fire Restrictions Begin in Gila County
  • Over 900 Tires Recycled at Young Event
  • Andrew Fiala is the 2017 Gila County Teacher of the Year
  • Discounted Pet Adoption Fairs in Payson and Globe-Miami
  • Over 600 entries in County's Earth Day Poster Contest
  • Supervisors Host Pre-fire Season Collaborative Meetings
  • Successful Latex Paint Recycling Day at Buckhead Mesa Landfill
  • BOS Recognizes County Volunteer Groups
  • Gila County to Celebrate National County Government Month
  • Spring 2017 Gila County Newsletter
  • Gila County Recognizes Employees with Service Awards
  • Nominate an Outstanding Teacher for Gila County Teacher of the Year
  • BOS Appoints Nelson County Manager
  • County Elected Officials Sworn In
  • Superintendent's Office Secures $412k Science Grant
  • Winter 2016 Gila County Newsletter
  • County Christmas Bike Distribution in its 13th Year
  • Gila County CASA Welcomes New Volunteer
  • Supervisor Martin to Serve as President of the County Supervisors Association
  • Board of Supervisors Recognizes Susan, Ellison, and Dorman
  • CSA Sets 2017 Priorities at Annual Legislative Summit
  • Ehrhardt Wins Gila County Heritage Quilt Award
  • Board of Supervisors Celebrate Baseball Field Dedication in Payson
  • Recycling & Landfill Management Holds Another Successful Free Community Recycling Event
  • Revised Tax Bills to be Sent to Pine Strawberry Water Improvement District Property Owners
  • Fall 2016 Gila County Newsletter
  • Board Appoints Sandoval Gila County School Superintendent
  • Over 250 Backpacks Distributed at Rock the Block
  • Work Set to Begin on Six Shooter Canyon Sidewalk Thanks to County Grant
  • Supervisor Martin named NACo Public Lands Committee Chair
  • Juniper Fire Order Expires Aug.1, Roads Open
  • Gila County Adopts Final Fiscal Year 16-17 Budget
  • Tonto National Forest Lifts Fire Restrictions Effective July 26, 2016
  • Deb Bradway with Gila County Community Development Receives Award
  • Summer 2016 Gila County Newsletter
  • Supervisor Martin Elected to NACo Western Interstate Region Board Second Vice President
  • Outdoor Fire Restrictions in Gila County Begin
  • JUNIPER FIRE Causing Delays on Stretch of SR 288
  • ADOT Motor Vehicle Division Created "Voluntary Travel ID" on Tight Schedule
  • Sheriff Releases 2015 Annual Report
  • Spring 2016 Gila County Newsletter
  • FREE ADMISSION to Tonto National Monument March 12 & 13
  • ADOT Releases 2015 Crash Fatality Data
  • $3M Queen Creek Tunnel Lighting Project Begins Jan.25; Ends July, 2016; Motorists Should Anticipate Delays
  • Recycling & Landfill Management Announces FREE 2016 Events
  • ADOT to Host Statewide Workshops to Update 5-Year Transportation Plan
  • ADOT Update on $50M Ongoing US 60 Corridor Projects - Superior to Globe
  • Gila County Closing Offices in the Payson Area Due to Weather
  • Updated Northern Gila County Road Closures including Tonto Basin
  • Northern Gila County Road Closures, Flooded Roadways
  • TAX LIEN SALE
  • Sheriff Alerts Community to Phone Scam
  • State Routes 261 & 273 to Big Lake CLOSED FOR WINTER
  • Gila County Newsletter - Winter 2015
  • 2016 Election Cycle Informational Guide
  • ADOT Announces Road Work To Begin on SR 73 in Whiteriver Nov. 9
  • Supervisor Pastor to hold Community Meeting in Claypool November 18th
  • Gila County Newsletter - Fall 2015
  • Prescribed Burn Near Payson - Week of Oct. 5 - Oct. 9
  • USFS Announces Initiation of NEPA Process for Fossil Creek
  • ADOT Warns Public About Fraudulent "DMV" Websites
  • ADOT Public Hearings: Passenger Rail Corridor Study - Tucson to Phoenix
  • Request for Applicants: Tonto Basin Elementary School District Governing Board
  • ADOT expects heavy Labor Day Weekend traffic on Interstate15
  • New Preparedness Website Keeps Gila Safe, Informed
  • Federal Hwy Administration's STOP ON RED Week
  • Overnight Delays on US 60 Globe-Phoenix July 27-29
  • Gila County to Hold FY 16 Budget Public Forums
  • Gila County to Hold FY 16 Budget Public Forums
  • Gila County Newsletter - Summer 2015
  • Gila County Truth in Taxation; Notice of Public Hearing
  • Sheriff's Office Anounces Mass Casualty Training Scheduled for April 25, 2015 East of Star Valley
  • Sheriff's Office Releases Annual Report
  • Gila County Newsletter - Spring 2015
  • County Supervisors Association Elects Supervisors Tommie Cline Martin & Liz Archuleta for Western Interstate Region Leadership
  • SMOKE ADVISORY: Whispering Pines Prescribed Burn
  • Gila County Newsletter - Winter 2015
  • Gila County Public Health Monitoring Individuals who May have had Contact with a Confirmed Measles Case
  • Overnight Delays on ADOT State Route 87 Improvement Project
  • Capstone Pinto Valley Mine Sponsors Free Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event
  • Board of Supervisors Adopts New Food Code
  • Oak Creek Bridge Construction Begins Monday, October 27
  • Fall 2014 Newsletter
  • ADOT Pavement Marking Projects Begin Countywide on Monday, Sept. 15
  • Early Voter Ballot Request
  • National Preparedness Month
  • Official Write in Candidates for the Primary Election
  • Supervisor Martin featured in National Association of Counties newsletter.
  • Fire Restriction lifted on Tonto Forest and State Forest Land in Gila County
  • Gila County Newsletter - Summer 2014
  • Gila County Participates in Prescription and Health Discount Program Offered by National Association of Counties
  • Paving Project on US 60 Continues Between Globe & Show Low
  • Supervisor Martin Testifies on Carbon Soil Sequestration in Washington, DC
  • Pertussis Confirmed in Gila County
  • Gila County Participates in NACo Western Policy Conference
  • Outdoor Fire Restrictions in Gila County Begin
  • Houston Mesa Road Closure May 7, 2014
  • Fire Restrictions Take Effect April 18 on National Forests
  • Forest Fire Mitigation and Resiliency(PodCast)
  • Gila County Newsletter - Spring 2014
  • Gila County Announces Surplus Auction
  • Gila County May 5, 2014 Auction Items
  • ADOT begins paving project on SR 260; expect delays
  • SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans Available to Arizona Small Businesses
  • Maintenance work scheduled on SR 73 near Pinetop/ Lakeside
  • Gila County Announces Surplus Auction
  • Gila County Newsletter-Winter 2013/2014
  • Officer Brandon Buckner received the Quarterly Officer Recognition Award from Bradley D. Beauchamp, Gila County Attorney
  • 2013 Tax Bills are Now Available
  • ADOT Seeks Input for 511 Traveler Information Sytem
  • Sheriff Adam Sheppard Appoints Mike Johnson as Undersheriff
  • Forest Services Announces Prescribed Fire Treatment for Mt. Ord Area
  • Drainage improvement work starting on SR 188
  • Capstone Pinto Valley Mine Sponsors Free Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event
  • Sheriff's Office Reports on Shooting on Railroad Ave., Claypool, Az.
  • Arizona WIC Program Continues to Serve Clients
  • ADOT Announces Rock Containment Project North of Globe on US 60
  • Tonto National Forest offices and developed recreation sites closed until further notice
  • News Release on 2013 Tax Bills
  • Latex Paint Recycle Day at Russell Gulch Landfill October 26, 2013
  • 100% Containment on Pinion Fire on Tonto National Forest south of Roosevelt Lake
  • ADOT Project Near Roosevelt Lake; Reduced Speeds & Delays
  • ADOT Pavement Project Between Globe and San Carlos; Reduced Speeds and Lane Closures
  • Public Meetings Announced for Gila County Transportation Study, October 1 and 2, 2013
  • Gila County Community Health Assessment
  • Community Health Improvement Plan
  • Search for Missing Man continues at Roosevelt Lake
  • Suspect Held in Shooting Death in Globe, Az
  • Buckhead Mesa Landfill to hold free Appliance and Metal Discard Event
  • ATV Wreck results in one Fatality
  • Central Heights Cemetery Herbicide Application
  • Tonto, Coconino, Prescott and Kaibab National Forests Lift Fire Restrictions
  • Evacuation Order Lifted in Rye, Arizona
  • Tonto National Forest at "Extreme" fire danger rating -Extra caution urged during July 4 celebrations
  • American Red Cross Opens Shelter in Payson After Fire Forces Evacuations in Rye
  • Bicycle Fire in Rye, Arizona
  • Deputy County Attorney Bryan Chambers has been elected to serve as First Vice President of the State Bar of Arizona
  • State Forester Issues Stage 2 Fire Restrictions On All State-Owned Lands Outside Incorporated Municipalities
  • ADOT Announces Gila County Transportation Study public meetings scheduled
  • Telephone Scam Reported by the Gila County Sheriff's Office
  • Outdoor Fire Restrictions in Gila County Begin
  • Your Input is Important on the ADOT Five Year Plan For Transportation
  • Supervisor Tommie Cline Martin Selected To Join County Leaders From  Across U.S. For Intensive Leadership Program In Washington, DC
  • Gila County to Celebrate National County Government Month
  • Gila County Announces Departmental Changes
  • Low-Interest Emergency Loan Opportunity for Farmers and Ranchers
  • Gila County Sheriff's Office Receives Award from Arizona Department of Public Safety Air Rescue
  • Gila County Solar Energy Project
  • Ninth Annual Gila County Bike Give-away
  • In Memory of Former Supervisor Christensen
  • Supervisor Martin to Serve as a Vice President of County Supervisors Association
  • Gila County Government Joins Solar Path
  • Winter Preparedness Information
  • Gila County Sheriff's Office Sergeant Travis Baxley received the Quarterly Officer Recognition Award from Daisy Flores, Gila County Attorney
  • Downloadable Audio Books for Residents from Gila County Library District
  • County Health Department Drive Through Influenza Vaccination Clinic in Globe
  • Ballot Proposition Town Hall Meetings Scheduled
  • City of Globe issues All Clear on Water Issue 09-25-2012
  • TAX Notice - Public Service Announcement
  • Community Health Assessment Survey sponsored by Health Department
  • Suspect Found Gabriel Jaramillo
  • Mistake Peak Fire Update Aug. 14, 2012
  • Fire restrictions lifted on Tonto National Forest Wed., July 25
  • Disaster Assistance Available for Small Businesses
  • Flash Flood Precautions
  • GILA COUNTY RECORDER TO ISSUE VOTER ID CARDS
  • Heart in Hand Honoree's 2011 & 2012
  • Interior of Poco Fire Smolders – Smoke Clears in Communities
  • Three campgrounds closed around Payson due to bear attacks and repeat bear sightings
  • Pine Customers get OK to Resume Water Use
  • Area closures on Tonto National Forest begin June 21 due to extreme fire conditions
  • Gila County Health Department Receives Quality Improvement Grant
  • Increased Fire Restrictions on Tonto National Forest
  • Gila County Candidates Who Have Filed for 2012 Election Cycle
  • County Attorney's Officer of the Quarter
  • Supervisors Hold Collaborative Pre-fire Season Meetings