2022 Resolutions All Archives

Resolution No. 2022-1211 Resolution No. 2022-1211
Committing local funds as leverage for FY22-23 Community Development Block Grant application.
Resolution No. 2022-1206 Resolution No. 2022-1206
Deeming the granting of a public utility franchise to Arizona Public Service Company beneficial to the Town of Chino Valley; and submitting to the qualified electors of the Town of Chino Valley, at the August 2, 2022, election, the question of whether or not a franchise shall be granted to Arizona Public Service Company.
Resolution No. 2022-1205 Resolution No. 2022-1205
Authorizing the submission of an application for FY22 State Community Development Block Grant Funds; certifying that said application meets the community's previously identified housing and community development needs and the requirements of the state CDBG program; and authorizing all actions necessary to implement and complete the activities outlined in said application.
Resolution No. 2022-1209 Resolution No. 2022-1209
Accepting dedication of certain interests in real property for right-of-way and other public uses.
Resolution No. 2022-1208 Resolution No. 2022-1208
Accepting dedication of certain interests in real property for right-of-way and other public uses.
Resolution No. 2022-1207 Resolution No. 2022-1207
Accepting dedication of certain interests in real property for right-of-way and other public uses.
Resolution No. 2022-1199 Resolution No. 2022-1199
Adopting the Intergovernmental Agreement between the Town of Chino Valley and Yavapai County for the provision of election services; and authorizing the Mayor to execute and deliver said agreement.
Resolution No. 2022-1198 Resolution No. 2022-1198
Designating the Election date and purpose of Election; designating the deadline for voter registration; and designating the place and the last date for candidates to file nomination papers.
Resolution No. 2022-1197 Resolution No. 2022-1197
To conditionally accept the streets and public infrastructure improvements and commence maintenance after two year warranty at phases one and two of the Heritage Pointe Subdivision, generally located at West Road 4 North and Dillon Boulevard.