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Yes, you need to have a free permit that is available at Town Hall or on our website. You are limited to five days per year.
If you have been cited for a criminal violation, you may file for an extension and you must state good cause. Court date extensions must be requested in writing at least 7 days prior to your court date. Extensions are not automatically granted. If good cause cannot be shown, the extension will not be granted and you will have to appear on your original court date.
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Any Town of Wickenburg resident high school age and over with a utility bill or ID card showing address in Town limits.
Come to one of the workshops or reach out to Town staff to help you estimate the cost of the project. It must be less than $65,000.
Voting will take place on August 1, 2018. You can vote via phone from 8am – 4pm by calling (928) 668-0500 or (928) 668-0566 or in person from 5 – 6:30pm at the Community Center.
Eligible voters include any Town of Wickenburg resident high school age and over with a utility bill or ID card showing address in Town limits. If phoning in your vote, Town employees will verify address and track votes. Each eligible voter can vote one time, for only one project. The winner will be announced that evening.
Need a ride to vote? Freedom Express will stay open late for transportation needs. Call to register at (928) 684-7894 x102
Any project that provides a public benefit and is located on Town property is eligible. Project must be less than $65,000.
The list could be vast and varied, but some ideas include: Playground equipment, Park benches, Community garden, Trees, Painted bike lanes, Shade structures, Bike racks, Amphitheater, Public art & murals, Improved trails, Way finding signs, Unique tourist attractions, Landscaping, Racquetball court, and more!