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Supervisors Approves Winslow Levy Pre-Construction, Engineering, and Design Agreement with ACOE

Holbrook, AZ – Leaders from the City of Winslow and the Army Corps of Engineers joined the Navajo County Board of Supervisors in a special meeting held in Winslow to approve and celebrate the approval of the Pre-Construction, Engineering, and Design Agreement for the Winslow Levy.  The approval of this agreement will begin work on the largest public works project in northeastern Arizona that will help protect thousands of Winslow residents, protect infrastructure, and allow for new industry and construction in the area. This is a monumental endeavor that is the result of years of work and made possible by leveraging federal, state, and local matching funds.   

Board of Supervisors Announces Next County Manager

NAVAJO COUNTY – Navajo County Board of Supervisors is pleased to announce the selection of Bryan Layton as its next County Manager, effective July 19, 2023. The Board of Supervisors made the appointment following an extensive recruitment process conducted by Strategic Government Resources (SGR), recruiting services for a nationwide search that brought a total of 19 applicants for the position. Bryan Layton will replace Glenn Kephart, who announced his retirement effective July 18th, 2023. Kephart has spent 35 years in public service, the last seven in Navajo County as County Manager.

Navajo County Board of Supervisors Approves FY 23-24 Tentative Budget

Holbrook, AZ – The Navajo County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the Fiscal Year 2023-2024 Tentative Budget today which establishes the County’s operational plan for the coming fiscal year beginning July 1.  The Tentative Budget is balanced, maintains prudent financial reserves, and provides for efficient delivery of County services.  The budget is also proposed to increase by nearly $40M compared to the current year due to significant grant awards from federal and state sources which the County will use to invest in regional projects.

Jason Whiting Elected President of CSA

Supervisor Jason Whiting elected President of the County Supervisors Association

  • 21 November 2022
  • Author: Clifton Foster
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Holbrook, AZ – Navajo County Supervisor Jason Whiting was unanimously elected by his colleagues as the President of the County Supervisors Association (CSA) at the November 17, 2022, meeting of the CSA Board of Directors.   

“I’m deeply honored and excited to be able to serve my fellow Supervisors in this role,” said Supervisor Whiting in thanking his colleagues for their support electing him to lead CSA. “Policies enacted at the State and Federal level directly affect County services and the overall cost of government. It is critical that County Supervisors forge a strong partnership with lawmakers to inform their consideration of proposed legislation, helping them to understand what various policies mean to constituent services and the local taxpayer.  Solid collaboration between the State and its Counties promotes more efficient and responsive government across our state, and I am looking forward to leading the association’s work to this end.” 


Passing of Navajo County Employee Alonzo Begay

  • 14 September 2022
  • Author: Clifton Foster
  • Number of views: 1746

Holbrook, AZ – It is with very heavy hearts we inform the public our Navajo County Team family suffered a tragic loss yesterday morning, September 13th, 2022. Alonzo Begay, a Road Maintenance Equipment Operator in our Public Works Department, passed away in a fatal accident near Clear Creek on Highway 99.