Sedona City Council accepted the 7.8-acre Jordan Preserve, possibly forfeiting approximately $845,000 in parks and recreation development impact fees. On May 8, council voted 4-3 to take the land Cole Sedona Preserve offered in its development agreement with the city for the Preserves at Oak Creek, a 158-unit condominium project.
Health is something people of all ages need to talk about, according to Sedona Fire District Public Information Officer Gary Johnson.
To encourage conversation between the community and health care providers, SFD hosted the second annual Sedona Health Fair on Saturday, May 5, at Station No. 3 in the Village of Oak Creek.
Sedona City Council decides Tuesday, May 8, whether to accept 7.8 acres of creek-front property or require Cole Sedona Preserve to pay Parks and Recreation development impact fees.
A fire caused $100,000 damage to a home on Calle del Norte on Sunday, April 22, according to Sedona Fire District Public Information Officer Gary Johnson.
The Sedona Police Department released the names of the three people killed in an airplane accident in Sedona on Sunday, April 15, at approximately 12 noon.
The Grand Canyon?s new Skywalk could impact Sedona tourism.
Currently, international tourists visit Sedona on their way to the Grand Canyon, Sedona Chamber of Commerce Vice President Jennifer Wesselhoff said.
According to Wesselhoff, many visitors stop in Sedona for a night and then head to the Grand Canyon for two or three nights. Wesselhoff wants to change this.
Oak Creek Mobile Lodge may be redeveloped eliminating the mobile homes and incorporating 50 condominiums if city officials give developers the go-ahead.