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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 or call us at 520-384-4271.

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

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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 Thu, 27th April 2017

City of Willcox Notices

13th April 2017    Excess Flow Valve - natural gas    There has been a Federal Natural Gas Pipeline Safety Law passed (192.383, Office of Pipeline Safety) requiring you to be notified of the availability of an Excess Flow Valve to be installed on the service line from the Citys main to your gas meter. For details click HERE

5th May 2017    Cinco De Mayo - Impaired Driving Enforcement    The Willcox Department of Public Safety Patrol Division will be conducting a DUI/Impaired Driving Enforcement Detail from Thursday, May 4th thru Saturday, May 6th, 2017, between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 3:00 a.m. The Willcox Police Departments Patrol Officers will conduct this event to focus on both drug and alcohol impaired drivers in the hope of reducing the impact of impaired drivers. This enforcement detail is supported by grant funding received from the Governorís Office of Highway Safety (GOHS). For details click HERE