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Emergency Preparedness for the New Public Safety Power Shutoff Program

In May of this year Arizona Public Service (APS) implemented its Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) program for high fire-risk areas in Yavapai County. PSPS is a safety measure that temporarily shuts off power during periods of high wildfire danger. While PSPS may create hardships, its primary goal is to safeguard lives, properties, and the community’s well-being by preventing wildfires caused by downed power lines.
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Safety Tips for Excessive Heat

From your Arizona Department of Health Services. It's that time of year where dangerously high temperatures are expected with the potential to cause life-threatening illness or even death.
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The Clinic Is Coming!

We’ve been hearing about a mobile clinic for several years. Is it actually going to happen?