Chino Valley in Brief: Week of Aug. 2 | Chino Valley Review – Arizona News

Chino Valley in Brief: Week of Aug. 2 | Chino Valley Review – Arizona News



Photo by Sue Tone.


New judge takes over: New Chino Valley Town Magistrate Mary Hamm, right, takes the Oath of Office, from the Hon. Glenn Savona, Prescott City Judge, at the July 25 town council meeting.

Back-to-school traffic plan

The Chino Valley Police Department released its traffic plan for the first day of school, Tuesday, Aug. 8. The plan is for the area around Del Rio Elementary School and Heritage Middle School on Road 1 West and Road 2 North.

First, construction over the summer has changed the roads slightly. There is now an island on Road 1 West that is to remain clear of traffic, which will allow buses turning from Road 2 North space to make the turn.

Police are encouraging parents to allow children to ride the bus. If they are dropping their children off, they are encouraged to approach from the north on Road 1 West. There is limited northbound access on Road 1 West that day.

No left turns permitted into or out of either school’s parking lot (buses are the exception).

See map for more details.

Oathkeepers subject of PACO talk

Paulden Area Community Organization’s monthly meeting takes place at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 3, at 165 Aspen in Paulden. The presenter, Jim Arroyo, state vice president of Oathkeepers, will speak on Community Preparedness Teams. There will be time for questions and answers.

Mudder coming

Tickets are on sale for this year’s Chino Mudder, scheduled for 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 26, at Old Home Manor. The Mudder…

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