Kingman City Offices to Remain Closed to the Public Until May 4, 2020
In Accordance with Governor Ducey’s Executive Order 2020-18
3/31/2020 4:15:43 PM
City of Kingman Call for Arguments for Primary Election Ballot Propositions
Proposition 416, “A resolution proposing a permanent adjustment to the state-imposed expenditure base for the City of Kingman,” and Proposition 417, “An ordinance proposing a 4-year mayor term for the City of Kingman.”
3/31/2020 2:16:01 PM
SPECIAL ALERT FOR KINGMAN LIBRARY PATRONS
A letter from Mohave County Department of Public Health
3/29/2020 9:19:56 AM
City of Kingman Confirms First Positive COVID-19 Case
This is the Third Confirmed Positive COVID-19 Case within Mohave County.
3/26/2020 11:48:33 AM
City Businesses REQUIRED to Follow Governor’s Executive Order
Gyms, Bars, and Movie Theaters to Close, Restaurants to only offer take out or delivery.
3/25/2020 11:02:49 AM
Mayor to Sign Declaration of Local Emergency
City of Kingman Mayor Jen Miles will sign the Declaration of Local Emergency at tonight’s Council meeting. The declaration states the powers, functions, and duties of the emergency organization of the City of Kingman are prescribed by State Law, by Ordinances, and Resolutions of City of Kingman.
3/17/2020 3:45:28 PM
City Council Cancels April Meetings
The City Council is still conducting its meeting Tuesday, March 17, 2020, but has canceled all April meetings.
3/16/2020 2:38:00 PM
How does Governor Ducey’s New Executive Order Affect My Local Business?
At this point the City of Kingman is not planning any business closures beyond those required in the Governor’s Executive Orders, but city officials urge all businesses to take responsibility to slow the spread of COVID-19.
3/31/2020 5:36:06 PM