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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.

flyer The City of Willcox would like to provide you the first Recreation and Community Services brochure!

Many people ask, “What is there to do in Willcox?” Contained in this brochure (HERE) is events and activities from December through May. Our community has much to offer and the primary purpose of the brochure is to promote and increase attendance at activities and events throughout Willcox. The Mayor and City Council want residents to have pride in their community services and offer an invitation for those considering calling Willcox their home to come and see what amenities our City, events, and businesses have to offer.



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 Mon, 30th March 2020


City of Willcox Notices


17th March 2020    COVID-19: CLOSURE OF CITY FACILITIES   COVID-19, commonly called the Coronavirus, is at a point where it is presenting considereable concern to our citizens and visitors. For this reason, the City of Willcox is taking proactive measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. The City cares about the health of our residents, city employees, visitors and those who work in Willcox.

We are implementing certain closures out of an abundance of caution. All city facilities will remain staffed; however, in-person services will be limited until the risk subsides. Until further notice, the library and visitor center will be closed to the public. (The Community Center will be open for voting in the Presidential Preference Election on Tuesday, March 17). All critical services such as police protection, water and wastewater and solid waste pickup will continue to be fully available. Willcox is prepared to continue to provide these uninterrupted services even if the virus spreads.

For those who normally frequent the library, e-resources, e-books and audio books are avilable through the Cochsie County Library District and cochiselibrary.org. Additionally, Willcox Public Library will be offering curb-side services to its patrons. For those who wish to check out items, including books and DVDs, please call the library at (520)766-4250 to request the item(s) you wish to check out. Call again when you arrive at the library and staff will bring the items to you as you wait in your vehicle.

For those who need to make utility payments, we encourage you to call (520)384-4271 to pay by credit card, pay online on the city\'s website at willcox.az.gov, or drop your payment in the drop box outside city hall.

Stay tuned for further updates.

19th March 2020    COVID-19: Cochise County status    Cochise County specific COVID-19 statistics and resources are available HERE.