The Yuma County Public Fiduciary provides guardianship, conservatorship and decedent services in a professional, efficient and compassionate manner when no other person, agency or corporation is qualified and willing to serve.
The Public Fiduciary is appointed by the Board of Supervisors. Administrative oversight is provided by the County Administrator. Yuma County Public Fiduciary 3007 S. Pacific Ave. Yuma, Arizona 85365 Office Hours: 8 am to 5 pm Monday-Friday Phone: (928) 373-1145 Fax:(928)373-1144 On-Call (928) 373-1145, 24 hrs/Day, 7 Days/Week for emergencies
Candy Wheeler-Ruby 3007 S. Pacific Ave. Yuma, Arizona
61,000 parcels to be photographed, Facet Tech vehicle will be seen around County
Don't be surprised in the coming weeks if you see a stealthy-looking vehicle with roof mounted cameras traveling the roads in Yuma County. It's part of a collaborative project with the Yuma County Assessor along with Yuma County Geographic Information Systems Division and Facet Technology. The vehicles will be photographing properties as part of a data collection process associated with property records.
1/27/2015 4:00:00 PM
New Year – new level of service County announces Yuma County Service Request
Today, Yuma County administrator Robert Pickels, announced the completion of Yuma County Service Request, a citizen-centric online system designed for residents to submit non-emergency service requests. This new online system is the first of its kind in Yuma County allowing citizens a new level of service.
1/18/2015 12:00:00 PM
Aging Eucalyptis Tree losing battle with Heart Rot, set for removal
A lone Eucalyptus tree on county property is set for removal after a long battle with age and fungus. For over a decade, Yuma County has worked hard to save the 60-foot Eucalyptus tree located at the southeast corner of Main Street & Harold C. Giss Parkway in Old Town Yuma. Towering over the Yuma County Adult Probation Building, the county has consulted with arborists and the University of Arizona over the years, yet the tough decision has been made to remove the tree over the weekend of January 17, 2015.
1/8/2015 10:00:00 AM