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Visit the link below or call (928) 684-5451 x1512. Building Inspector: (928) 684-5451 x1513. Town Planner: (928) 684-5451 x1512.
Contact the Community Development Office at (928) 684-5451 x1513 or click the link below to access the Wickenburg building codes.
The Community Development and Neighborhood Services Department handles all code and ordinance enforcement issues. All complaints are investigated and if found to be in violation, they are issued a notice to abate the situation. All complaints can be made in person at Town Hall or by calling (928) 684-5451 x1575.
Yes. Submit a completed yard sale application to Town Hall. This free permit is available at Town Hall or by clicking the link below. You are limited to five days per year. Drop off completed form to Town Hall or email to email@example.com. Call (928) 684-5451 x1575 with questions.
Inspections are only conducted during normal business hours, Monday - Thursday, 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Inspections will not occur during observed holidays. Click the link below to schedule an inspection.
The initial court date and time that you must appear is written on the bottom of your citation. Please note, for parking citations the initial court date and time that you must appear is written on the top right hand side of the citation. If you are unsure, you may call the Wickenburg Municipal Court at (928) 684-5451 x1533 or x1515.
If you have been cited for a criminal violation, you may file for an extension and you must state good cause. Court date extensions must be requested in writing at least 7 days prior to your court date. Extensions are not automatically granted. If good cause cannot be shown, the extension will not be granted and you will have to appear on your original court date.
Yes. If you have any pending cases with the Municipal Court, it is your responsibility to keep your address current as well as your phone number. If you fail to provide the Court with the appropriate contact information, you may not receive proper notification regarding your case in the future. This could result in a warrant being issued for your arrest or a default judgment entered against you.
All fines/penalties are due on the date they are imposed. If you are unable to pay in full, you may apply for a payment contract.
Yes, you can obtain a marriage license Tuesday through Thursday at the Wickenburg Town Court. The Town Magistrate can officiate weddings on Mondays.
Contact the Fire Department at (928) 684-5451 x1568.
Call the Fire Department at (928) 684-5451 x1545. Enroll for upcoming course by clicking the link below.
Yes, Wickenburg has a Fire Explorer program. For more information call (928) 684-5451 x1568.
For more information click the link below.
Visit Town of Wickenburg’s Events Calendar or visit the Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce website.
Monday – Thursday from 7:00 am until 6:00 pm except for holidays. Call (928) 684-5451. Location: 155 N. Tegner Street, Suite A.
Click the link below to access Agendas and Minutes from all official Town of Wickenburg meetings for the past year.
The Town of Wickenburg welcomes anyone interested in volunteering. To see a list of current volunteer needs visit the link below and complete the application. Background checks are completed on all persons age 18 years and older for the protection of our citizens. Please feel free to contact the Human Resources office at (928) 684-5451 x1508 for additional information or questions.
Contact the Police Department at (928) 684-5451 x1539. You can also fill out the form regarding your complaint.
Utilities department at (928) 684-5451 x1520 or stop by Town Hall to fill out a request form.
Program Manager at (928) 668-0552 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Register for classes online by clicking the link below.
The Town Clerk’s office is in charge of reporting the election results that come from Maricopa County Elections and Yavapai County. The results will be visible on the Town website under the Clerk’s Department and Election Information as soon as we receive the information from the election offices. You can also watch the County website at the Recorder’s office. The Town Clerk can also be reached at (928) 684-5451 x1517.
Please see the information on the forms and who to submit them to by clicking on the link.
Click the link below or contact email@example.com or call (928) 684-5451 x1515 or x1533.
Yes. Submit a completed yard sale application to Town Hall. This free permit is available at Town Hall or by clicking the link below. You are limited to five days per year.
Click the link below for documents containing all Wickenburg Town Codes.
The Town of Wickenburg uses "CivicReady" to send out emergency alerts, and "Notify Me" to inform residents about upcoming events, street closures, news, etc. To sign up for these free notification services, visit the link below.
Please contact the Facility Rental Manager by calling (928) 684-5451 x1565 or by visiting Town Hall during normal business hours. Complete the Special Event Application below.
You will need to complete a special event application. Deposits and fees may be required depending on the event. For more information please contact the Special Event Manager at (928) 684-5451 x1565.
Visit the Human Resource page below for a list of current job openings and directions on submitting an employment application.
Visit the Human Resource page below for a list of current job openings and application steps.
Yes, a new application is required for each employment opportunity. Photocopies are accepted if each application has an original signature.
Yes, police officers and dispatchers must complete the Town of Wickenburg application, Police Department background questionnaire and Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board application (AZPOST). Click the link below for more details.
A job description will be posted on the website with the specific requirements. These job descriptions are also available at Town Hall and are provided with the applications.
No, you must submit a separate application for all positions you are interested in. If a position opens up within a year of the original opening, you can call (928) 684-5451 x1508 to request your application be considered in this round of applications.
Visit the link below or contact (928) 684-5411 for more information.
Visit the link below and select the appropriate forms to complete.
To apply for a new business license with the Town of Wickenburg please click the link below. Complete the application and return the completed document to Town Hall. For more information or questions call (928) 684-5451 x1569.
Visit the link below to obtain a "Request for Copy of Records" form. This form can also be picked up at the Police Station located at 1980 W. Wickenburg Way. Further questions call (928) 668-0501.
Click the link below to complete a Special Event Application. Return fillable applications to Town Hall or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, or questions, contact Taylor Fischer at (928) 684-5451 x1565.
Submit a completed yard sale application to Town Hall. This free permit is available at Town Hall or by clicking the link below. You are limited to five days per year.
Monday - Thursday; 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
No garbage/recycling collection on major holidays. Services will resume on the next business day. Click the link below to see the holiday pickup schedule.
Most Wickenburg bills include four utilities: water, wastewater (sewer), electric, and sanitation (trash). Depending on where you live in Wickenburg, you may not pay all four of these. Some customers, for example, only pay for water and sanitation.
Call the utilities department at (928) 684-5451 x1520 for specific information, but generally the residential trash and recycling pick up is as follows:Monday: Trash pickup North of Wickenburg Way. Tuesday: Trash pickup South of Wickenburg Way. Wednesday: Recycling pickup North of Wickenburg Way. Thursday: Recycling pickup South of Wickenburg Way
Utilities at (928) 684-5451 x1520, Monday - Thursday; 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
All Wickenburg utilities are what are known as Enterprise Funds, meaning they are self-sufficient through user fees rather than subsidized by tax dollars. Utility rates are approved by the Town Council. These rates are set up to collect only as much revenue as it costs to run the service, with a small portion being set aside for infrastructure repair and improvements.
Water bills can be higher than average for a variety of reasons. Some common causes include: hosting guests in your home for an extended period of time; a leaking toilet, sink, or other plumbing fixture; a leaking appliance, such as a washing machine or dishwasher; filling a pool or other water feature; or leaving a hose or irrigation system running for an extended period of time.
Electric bills in Arizona can fluctuate drastically from winter to summer, with the higher temperatures increasing the use of air conditioners or swamp coolers. More people also means more electricity for more hot water, lights, cooking, and other appliance usage. Just one extra body creates more heat, opens more doors, and takes more showers. Another possible drain on electricity, which you would need to have a licensed electrician or other contractor verify, is aging or faulty appliances.
Contact Utility billing division at (928) 684-5451 x1520 to set up a walk-through of your home or business with a member of our utilities staff. While they will try their best to help you determine if there’s an undetected leak, or other problem, it would be up to the property owner to contact a licensed plumber or electrician to confirm all appliances and fixtures are working properly. In rare cases, an underground water or irrigation line may also be leaking somewhere on your property or theft of your water may be occurring.
Modern water meters are precision engineered equipment designed to be extremely accurate. Therefore, it is very rare for a meter to malfunction resulting in a higher reading than the amount of water that actually passes through it. Though only the flow of water can register usage on a meter, over time dirt, other debris, and aging meters can actually cause a water meter to become slower, resulting in a lower reading and a reduced water bill.
Bulk trash can be taken to the annual dump days, free of charge, for Town of Wickenburg customers. This event usually occurs in April. The brush can be picked up for a charge by calling (928) 684-5451 x1520. Electronics recycling usually takes place twice per year in November and April. Please call Public Services at (928) 684-5451 x1556 for the exact dates.
The Town of Wickenburg handles the water and garbage service throughout the Town. The utility department can be reached by calling (928) 684-5451 x1520. You will need to fill out a utility account application and service request form which can be completed online, emailed, faxed, or brought to Town Hall. The Town is the electric provider for the downtown area and APS is the electric provider outside that area. If you provide your address to the utility department, they can let you know who your provider is for your house. There is also a list of service providers at Town Hall.