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Mayor’s Corner-September Echoes

I would like to welcome back all teachers, staff, parents and students to the start of the 2019-2020 school year!  As a teacher myself, I truly know that students are the reason we love teaching.  When students come onto campus, we celebrate their potential, accomplishments and drive to learn.  We also value the parents/guardians for their dedication; we how that ... Read More »

Mayor’s Corner-August Echoes

Did you know that being counted brings over $16 billion a year to our City and State?  The goal of the census is to count everyone once, only once, and in the right place. The Census provides a SNAPSHOT of our country, state, local areas, and on a broad level defines who we are as a nation.  Did you know ... Read More »

Mayor’s Corner-July Echoes

July 2019 A summertime message from the Mayor I hope you are all enjoying our great Nogales weather! With summer here, it is time for BBQ’s, carne asada’s, vacationing with our families and 4th of July parties.  Please join us for the annual 4th of July celebration at Fleischer Park from 4:00 to 11:00 PM.  This includes the official parade, ... Read More »

Mayor’s Corner-June Echoes

Mayor Message: Hello and greetings to you and yours! I personally want to congratulate all the graduates!  Graduation is one of the biggest achievements in anyone’s life.  It is certainly the culmination of one sweet chapter in a person’s life and the beginning of another chapter where one can start to write a new story.   On behalf of Mayor ... Read More »

Mayor’s Corner-May Echoes

Greetings to Everyone! Over the past month, many things have been happening in our beautiful Nogales! Hands-Free Ordinance/Law- We are pleased to announce the Hand-Free Ordinance was passed on Wednesday, April 3 by Mayor and Council.    Motorists traveling on Nogales roads will soon only be using hands-free devices. Under this ordinance, law enforcement officers are allowed to pull over a ... Read More »

Mayor Corner-April Echoes

As Mayor of our beautiful and peaceful city, I continue to strive to work cooperatively with the City Council and everyone for the benefit of our community.  I care about what happens and my door is always open. If you would like to make an appointment to see me, feel free to make an appointment with my executive assistant, Liza ... Read More »

Mayor’s Corner-March Echoes

The City Council, city employees and Mayor Garino have been busy this past month with many public projects and issues, including: ·       Water and sewer improvements ·       Street paving and maintenance tasks ·       Approving Police Body Camera’s ·       Unanimously approving a Resolution condemning the use of concertina wire on the U.S./ Mexico wall ·       Signing of the 8th Annual Sisterhood ... Read More »

Mayor’s Corner- February Echoes

“I am proud and honored to serve again as the mayor of Nogales, Arizona,” said Mayor Garino.  Into the first month on the job, the Mayor’s Office has been busy providing information to members of the public. The Mayor’s Office has been working to address the public’s concerns regarding City government and municipal services.  The city administration and city council ... Read More »

Giving the People of Nogales a Voice

A New Year but not a new face to the City of Nogales. Nogales Mayor Arturo R. Garino was the first to be featured on the cover of Border Eco Magazine back in April 2011.This past election the City of Nogales re-elected Arturo R. Garino for mayor. The Honorable Arturo R. Garino was sworn into office on Thursday, January 3rd ... Read More »

5th Annual Santa Cruz Job Fair and Community Expo

Arizona@Work hosted their 5th Annual Santa Cruz Job Fair and Community Expo at the Nogales High School Ray Molera Gymnasium on Wednesday, October 10th from 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Every year Arizona@Work host this annual event is to help dislocated workers, and new career job seekers connect with local employers in Santa Cruz County. This year a total of 802 people ... Read More »

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