Here is a fantastic opportunity to get factual information from the leading government and community leaders of the greater Sedona region. YOu'll hear presentations from the City of Sedona, Big Park Regional Coordinating Council, Sedona Airport, Yavapai College, League of Women Voters and the US Forest Service.
Hosted by the Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau
Wednesday, February 9 from 9:30 – 11 a.m.
Sedona Performing Arts Center
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The Big Park Council will be reporting on its 2021 accomplishments and the ambitious agenda for 2022, including:
- Launch of an online public portal hosting emergency preparedness resources for residents, businesses and visitors, along with a public outreach campaign;
- Completion of the Big Park-Village of Oak Creek community plan as part of Yavapai County’s Comprehensive Plan Update;
- Production of Dark-Sky community information resources and night sky events;
- Ongoing research, education and community engagement on proposed projects that impact the community, particularly those impacting environmental resources and quality of life.
The bi-annual Pulse events have become a unique opportunity for residents and business owners to learn how the organizations working on quality of life issues are collaborating on common shared challenges. The September event was well attended by Village residents who gave enthusiastic reviews about the quality of information.