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Willcox, Arizona

                                           
 
 
The City of Willcox has been serving the community since 1915. We specialize in Customer satisfaction, and our City offers quality and reliable services you can count on. In addition, our friendly and professional staff is here to answer any questions you may have about our City or our services.

Whether you are visiting the area or relocating to Willcox, we have what you need at prices you can afford. At the City of Willcox, our goal is to provide you with courteous, expedient, professional service of the highest caliber.

Browse our Web site for more information about the City of Willcox. If you have any questions or would like to speak with a City of Willcox representative regarding our services, please e-mail us at city@willcoxcity.org or call us at 520-384-4271.

At the City of Willcox, the customer always comes first.

Welcome . . .

Originally known as ´Maley´, Willcox was founded in 1880 as a whistlestop on the Southern Pacific Railroad. It was later renamed in honor of General Orlando B. Willcox who arrived on the first train in 1880. The town was incorporated in 1915. Willcox has maintained its rural lifestyle through a strong agricultural and ranching economy.

Today is Tue, 24th April 2018


City of Willcox Notices


26th January 2018    Planning and Zoning Commission    The Mayor & Council are soliciting letters of interest or resumes from interested persons who wish to volunteer to serve on the Planning and Zoning Commission. More information available HERE

18th May 2018    City Manager Position OPEN    CITY MANAGER Willcox, Arizona -- Salary Range $80,000/yr to $100,000/yr. The City of Willcox is seeking a talented energetic person to serve the community in a position of leadership and service. More details available HERE

1st July 2018    Annual Rate Increases    Per Resolutions 2013-18, 19, 20, 21 the Solid Waste, Water, Gas and Waste Water rates will be increased by 2.07%. “Unless acted upon by City Council, the rates shall be adjusted effective July 1st of each year multiplied by the annual change in the Consumer Price Index – All Urban Consumers – U.S. City Average (CPI) as published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the period from January 1st of the preceding year to January 1st of the current year.”

Per Resolution 2015-11 the Cemetery rates will increase by 2.07%. “Every fiscal year fees will be adjusted by the Consumer Price Index (CPI).

24th April 2018    Golf Course closed    The course will be closed Tuesday, April 24th until approximately 1 p.m. to accommodate the Sunsites tournament.

25th April 2018    Golf Course closed    The course will be closing at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, April 25th to accommodate the high school matches.