Navajo County

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Navajo County now offers a FREE Workplace Health & Wellness Program for all employees

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Navajo County “PUSHES” Employees toward Health and Wellness for 2015

Holbrook, AZ—The new Navajo County PUSH Program is a worksite wellness program created by employees for Navajo County employees. The program envelops healthy eating habits, with exercise, financial wellness and stress reduction.


Navajo County Board of Supervisor Chairman Jesse Thompson Recognized for His Service and Leadership in 2014

Holbrook, AZ—Chairman Jesse Thompson turned over the Chairman position to David Tenney, and Supervisor Dawnafe Whitesinger then took Tenney's Vice Chair position for 2015. Supervisor Jesse Thompson has served as a Board Supervisor for 22 years. He has represented his district and the County; formulating partnerships and collaborations among community members, stakeholders and residents to improve the well-being of Tribal and non-Tribal communities.


Winslow Justice of the Peace, B.J. Little Takes Oath for 2015

Holbrook, AZ (January 2, 2015)—Navajo County employee Shirley Hunt, an employee of the Public Defender's Office, looked on as her son, Boyce “BJ” Little, Jr, was sworn in as the Justice of the Peace for Winslow. Hunt has worked for Navajo County for over 9 years. Many family members were in attendance as well. BJ's sister, Chantilly Snelling traveled from Phoenix for the swearing in ceremony. Snelling has spent over 20 years working in social services with a portion of that time working for Navajo County. It seems that public service is a family affair.

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In Honor of our Veterans

“Heroes are those who risk their lives every day to protect our world and make it a better place--police, firefighters, and members of our armed forces. Attached is a presentation that was given at our Board of Supervisor’s meeting today. Thank you all who have served and continue to serve.” – Melissa Buckley, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors

In Honor of Those Who Have Served...

Notice of Official Posting Locations

Open Meeting Law Information and Meeting Disclosure Notice

Meetings and Events

Board of Supervisors Meeting

January 27, 2015 9:00 AM

Board of Supervisors Meeting

February 10, 2015 9:00 AM

Board of Supervisors Meeting

February 24, 2015 9:00 AM

Board of Supervisors Meeting

March 10, 2015 9:00 AM

Board of Supervisors Meeting

March 24, 2015 9:00 AM


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