City Collecting Public Input on Future Animal Shelter

Published by The Bee News

June 21, 2023

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BULLHEAD CITY, AZ., June 21, 2023 – The City of Bullhead City’s 12-minute online survey seeking public input on plans to convert the old Mohave Valley Daily News Building into a new Animal shelter is still open at bullheadcity.com/ShelterSurvey. Paper copies of the survey are also available at City Hall, The Bullhead Senior Campus, and the current Bullhead City Animal Shelter during business hours. The City plans to close the survey Monday, June 26.

            “We’ve received 495 survey submissions so far,” said Bullhead City Assistant City Manager Travis Pruitt. “We’re hopeful that we can receive 200 more. Every survey we receive strengthens the data.”

Bullhead City Human Services Director Jeff Tipton is also giving daily tours at 4 p.m. of the future Bullhead City Animal Shelter located at 2435 Miracle Mile. The last scheduled tour will take place Friday, June 23.

The city is working with the architectural firm Selberg and Associates to design the new Bullhead City Animal Shelter. Data collected from the survey will be used to make design decisions.

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