Proper identification and voting at the correct polling place are the only things standing in the way of Sedona’s voters.
Greater Sedona students will have the opportunity to re-connect with the area’s roots this school year.
The “three whammies” — high gas prices, the Brins fire and Uptown construction — took their toll on Sedona tourism this summer, City Economic Planner Jodie Filardo said.
Sedona’s city government recently added the position of assistant city manager to give City Manager Eric Levitt a little support.
Protecting Sedona’s historic character is important to the city’s Historic Preservation Commission.
Sedona City Manager Eric Levitt has been named a finalist for the town manager position in Buckeye.
On Saturday, Oct. 14, the Sedona Red Rock News received second place for best use of photography at the Arizona Newspapers Association’s Better Newspaper Contest.
Sedona city staff members prepare to draft a voluntary affordable housing policy for re-zoned projects; P&Z comments.