New tourism website launched by Clarkdale Downtown Business Alliance

CLARKDALE – A new website entitled “Experienceclarkdale.com” has been launched by a Clarkdale Downtown Business Alliance in a hopes of compelling and facilitating internal tourism.

The homepage facilities a revolving imitation arrangement of internal attractions along with a brief description. Also featured is a menu charity serve information on such topics as Events, Eat/Drink, Have Some Fun, Stay a Night, Only Locals Know and Resources.

Maps to attractions as good as links to amicable media, internal organizations and supervision offices are also displayed on a site.

The ExperienceClarkdale.com website was designed by Local First member Nick of Time Productions operative with Town of Clarkdale staff and saved by a Clarkdale Downtown Business Alliance members.

Clarkdale Police find price changes, e-ticket program

CLARKDALE – The Clarkdale Police Department continues to adjust to new record and check realities with dual new requests: Enrollment in an e-ticket module and updated user fees.

On Nov. 17, Town Council authorized doing of a new e-ticket program.

“The officer will fill-out a reference electronically, pull imitation and a citizen will get a duplicate of their citation,” pronounced Clarkdale Police Chief Randy Taylor.

Benefits of a e-ticket module embody reduced paperwork, increasing correctness and streamlined processing.

The module is a partnership between a Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), a Town of Clarkdale Police Department and a Town of Clarkdale Magistrate Court.

Also being requested of city legislature is an boost in some user use fees.

For example, a cost of fingerprinting would arise from $5 to $15 per card. It would also lift a payment rate for officers used in situations such as for trade control during ADOT construction sites.

That rate would arise from a stream $50 hourly for military officers to a due $60 hourly.

“We were losing income on profitable officers overtime and benefits,” pronounced Taylor. “Some of a officers have been around a while and cost some-more so we are perplexing to redeem a expenses.”

A new price for military escorts is also being requested. Previously supposing during no charge, this use would check during $65 hourly per officer and $0.50 per mile per vehicle.

Town legislature will cruise a price increases during a Jan. 24 meeting. For some-more information, revisit a city website during www.clarkdale.az.gov.

Road construction underneath approach during Broadway and Main in Clarkdale

CLARKDALE – Motorists are suggested to use counsel when roving a intersection of Broadway and Main in Clarkdale as a Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) starts a construction proviso of an infrastructure alleviation project.

Expect trade restrictions, dismissal of some sidewalks and construction apparatus parked on a northwest corner.

Temporary directional banners will support commuters in navigating internal businesses. New wayfinding signage will be commissioned after a plan is complete.

Earlier this year, contractors relocated H2O lines and valves in a area in credentials for highway reconstruction.

For questions or comments, hit Senior Community Relations Officer Coralie Cole during 602-501-4899 or email CCole@azdot.gov.

Also, a Clarkdale Public Works Department might be contacted during 928-639-2550.