Sierra Vista, Arizona

What is Sierra Vista, Arizona known for?


population shows

family size was 2.96. In the city the age distribution of the population shows 25.8% under the age of 18, 13.0% from 18 to 24, 29.2% from 25 to 44, 19.9% from 45 to 64, and 12.1% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 32 years. For every 100 females there were 100.7 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 100.7 males. The median income for a household in the city was $38,427, and the median income for a family was $44,077. Males had a median income of $30,053


research publications

For Economic Research - Publications The population at the 2010 census was 43,888, up from 37,775 at the 2000 census, for a growth rate of 16.2% over the decade. Sierra Vista is the 21st largest incorporated place in Arizona as of the 2010 census. Also indicated in the CER 2009 Economic Outlook publication, the Arizona DEC estimates the Sierra Vista Area population is approximately 75,000, which includes outlying areas of the Sierra Vista Southeast


low power

; affiliations NBC '''KVOA''' is a full-service NBC-affiliated television station serving Tucson, Arizona. It broadcasts in digital (ATSC) on UHF (Ultra high frequency) channel 23 from its transmitter on Mount Bigelow, northeast of Tucson. Per FCC regulations, the station identifies itself on television tuners as channel 4 through PSIP (Program and System Information Protocol). KVOA has a low-power digital translator in Casas Adobes, Arizona Casas Adobes


film series

at Veterans' Park, as well as many activities at the Sierra Vista Public Library such as a film series, lectures, readings, and other programs for children and adults. Pictographs created by Native Americans can be found in certain areas of the Huachuca Mountains. The Gray Hawk Nature Center offering nature education programs and housing live reptile and invertebrate exhibits is located nearby on the San Pedro River. Media Sierra Vista is served


played football

of Italy in America in Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. He attended high school in Annandale, Virginia, before moving to Sierra Vista, Arizona, in 1975, where his father, the late U.S. Army Major General (Ret.) Eugene "Gene" Renzi, served at Fort Huachuca. Renzi graduated from Buena High School and then attended Northern Arizona University, receiving a B.S. in criminal justice in 1980. Renzi played football for NAU


national basketball

, a joint-use civil-military airport which shares facilities with '''Libby Army Airfield''', is located on Fort Huachuca in Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona), a city and U.S. Army installation in Cochise County (Cochise County, Arizona), Arizona, United States. The airport has three runways and one helipad. It is mostly used for military aviation for the surrounding military base. '''The Thomas Ranch''' is a family owned-and-operated cow calf operation. Starting back in 1902, 10 years prior to the Arizona Territory becoming the State of Arizona (Arizona), the name "The Thomas Ranch" was registered by Edward E. Thomas, in Bisbee, Arizona, which was incorporated some months earlier in January 1902. The ranch has been family owned and operated ever since. It is located in the foothills of the Mule Mountains, between the cities of Bisbee, Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona), and Tombstone (Tombstone, Arizona), in Cochise County (Cochise County, Arizona). The current owners are Albert and Alice Thomas; Albert is Edward E. Thomas' grandson. *Safford (Safford, Arizona) *Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona)-Douglas (Douglas, Arizona) digital 23 (UHF (ultra high frequency)) Virtual (virtual channel): 4 (PSIP (Program and System Information Protocol)) other_chs K04QP-D Casas Adobes (Casas Adobes, Arizona) K20FO Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona) K43CN Duncan (Duncan, Arizona) affiliations NBC '''KVOA''' is a full-service NBC-affiliated television station serving Tucson, Arizona. It broadcasts in digital (ATSC) on UHF (Ultra high frequency) channel 23 from its transmitter on Mount Bigelow, northeast of Tucson. Per FCC regulations, the station identifies itself on television tuners as channel 4 through PSIP (Program and System Information Protocol). KVOA has a low-power digital translator in Casas Adobes (Casas Adobes, Arizona) and analog translators in Duncan (Duncan, Arizona) Safford (Safford, Arizona) and Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona). The primary station and the Casas Adobes and Sierra Vista translators are owned by Cordillera Communications, a subsidiary of the Evening Post Publishing Company of Charleston, South Carolina. airdate January 1, 1999 location Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona) Tucson, Arizona Lordsburg, New Mexico callsign_meaning The '''WB A'''rizona (after previous affiliation) In 1994, Jeff moved to Sierra Vista, Arizona, where he began working at Junk Bond Observatory in an asteroid hunting program. Quickly tiring of the tedious work, he began development of an automated observing and reduction system for this work. - valign top Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona) Ft Huachuca (Fort Huachuca) FHU president J.D. (James Dale) Rottweiler, Ph.D. city Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona) & Douglas (Douglas, Arizona) state Arizona '''Cochise College''' is a two year college in Arizona. Founded in 1964, the school has campuses in Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona) and Douglas (Douglas, Arizona), and centers in Benson (Benson, Arizona), Willcox (Willcox, Arizona), Fort Huachuca, and Nogales (Nogales, Arizona).


popular music

in the spring, Independence Day celebration, the Southwest Wings Festival in August for bird watching enthusiasts, and Arizona's longest-running holiday parade in December. During the winter months, the Sierra Vista Symphony Orchestra presents three concerts of classical and popular music, including pre-concert seminars, and puts on special fund raising events. Throughout the year, the Art Discovery Series presents plays, concerts, and musicals, and in the summer, there are regular band concerts


natural setting

''' commemorates the first organized expedition into the Southwest by conquistador Francisco Vásquez de Coronado. The memorial is located in a natural setting on the international border on the southeast flank of the Huachuca Mountains south of Sierra Vista, Arizona. The memorial confirms the ties that bind the United States and Mexico. '''Sierra Vista Municipal Airport''' , a joint-use civil-military airport which shares facilities with '''Libby Army Airfield''', is located on Fort Huachuca in Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona), a city and U.S. Army installation in Cochise County (Cochise County, Arizona), Arizona, United States. The airport has three runways and one helipad. It is mostly used for military aviation for the surrounding military base. '''The Thomas Ranch''' is a family owned-and-operated cow calf operation. Starting back in 1902, 10 years prior to the Arizona Territory becoming the State of Arizona (Arizona), the name "The Thomas Ranch" was registered by Edward E. Thomas, in Bisbee, Arizona, which was incorporated some months earlier in January 1902. The ranch has been family owned and operated ever since. It is located in the foothills of the Mule Mountains, between the cities of Bisbee, Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona), and Tombstone (Tombstone, Arizona), in Cochise County (Cochise County, Arizona). The current owners are Albert and Alice Thomas; Albert is Edward E. Thomas' grandson. *Safford (Safford, Arizona) *Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona)-Douglas (Douglas, Arizona) digital 23 (UHF (ultra high frequency)) Virtual (virtual channel): 4 (PSIP (Program and System Information Protocol)) other_chs K04QP-D Casas Adobes (Casas Adobes, Arizona) K20FO Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona) K43CN Duncan (Duncan, Arizona) affiliations NBC '''KVOA''' is a full-service NBC-affiliated television station serving Tucson, Arizona. It broadcasts in digital (ATSC) on UHF (Ultra high frequency) channel 23 from its transmitter on Mount Bigelow, northeast of Tucson. Per FCC regulations, the station identifies itself on television tuners as channel 4 through PSIP (Program and System Information Protocol). KVOA has a low-power digital translator in Casas Adobes (Casas Adobes, Arizona) and analog translators in Duncan (Duncan, Arizona) Safford (Safford, Arizona) and Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona). The primary station and the Casas Adobes and Sierra Vista translators are owned by Cordillera Communications, a subsidiary of the Evening Post Publishing Company of Charleston, South Carolina. airdate January 1, 1999 location Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona) Tucson, Arizona Lordsburg, New Mexico callsign_meaning The '''WB A'''rizona (after previous affiliation) In 1994, Jeff moved to Sierra Vista, Arizona, where he began working at Junk Bond Observatory in an asteroid hunting program. Quickly tiring of the tedious work, he began development of an automated observing and reduction system for this work. - valign top Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona) Ft Huachuca (Fort Huachuca) FHU president J.D. (James Dale) Rottweiler, Ph.D. city Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona) & Douglas (Douglas, Arizona) state Arizona '''Cochise College''' is a two year college in Arizona. Founded in 1964, the school has campuses in Sierra Vista (Sierra Vista, Arizona) and Douglas (Douglas, Arizona), and centers in Benson (Benson, Arizona), Willcox (Willcox, Arizona), Fort Huachuca, and Nogales (Nogales, Arizona).


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of snow and other years it will receive none. However, a snow-capped Miller Peak (Miller Peak (Arizona)) and Carr Peak in the Huachuca Mountains is a common sight for 4–5 months every year. *The highest recorded temperature was in 2011. New Record Low Temperature

Set In Sierra Vista ; The Herald; February 4, 2011 *The maximum average precipitation occurs in August.

year record high F 108 Jan high F 61.1 Feb high F 65.4 Mar high F 69.5 Apr high F 76.9 May high F 85.2 Jun high F 93.0 Jul high F 91.8 Aug high F 88.9 Sep high F 86.9 Oct high F 79.1 Nov high F 68.9 Dec high F 61.3 year high F 77.2 Jan low F 33.5 Feb low F 36.5 Mar low F 40.9 Apr low F 46.7 May low F 54.7 Jun low F 63.0 Jul low F 66.1 Aug low F 64.7 Sep low F 60.2 Oct low F 50.7 Nov low F 40.1 Dec low F 33.4 year low


offering nature

at Veterans' Park, as well as many activities at the Sierra Vista Public Library such as a film series, lectures, readings, and other programs for children and adults. Pictographs created by Native Americans can be found in certain areas of the Huachuca Mountains. The Gray Hawk Nature Center offering nature education programs and housing live reptile and invertebrate exhibits is located nearby on the San Pedro River. Media Sierra Vista is served

Sierra Vista, Arizona

'''Sierra Vista''' is a city in Cochise County, Arizona, United States. As of the 2010 census (2010 United States Census) the population of the city was 43,888. The city is part of the Sierra Vista-Douglas Micropolitan Area (Sierra Vista-Douglas, AZ µSA), with a 2010 population of 131,346. Fort Huachuca, a U.S. Army post, is located in the northwest part of the city.

Sierra Vista, which is Spanish for "Mountain Range View", is located southeast of Tucson (Tucson, Arizona) and serves as the main commercial, cultural, and recreational hub of Cochise County.

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