The Yuma Zone has listings in and near Somerton AZ for the following establishments and attractions.
Somerton was established in 1898 and incorporated in 1918. Early settlers found that the titled land they had bought was based on fraudulent land grant. The settlers had to rebuy their land in 1898 for $1.25 an acre. Somerton is located 12 Miles South of Yuma.
A 7 member council is responsible for the decisions in the City of Somerton. The City of Somerton provides Water, Sewer, and trash collection as city utilities.
Offers Adult Basic Education, General Education Development, developmental, occupational, and General Education courses as well as an extensive English as a Second Language course of study. The Associate of Arts in General Studies and Associate of Applied Science in General Business degrees can be obtained in South Yuma County.
The Cocopah Indian Museum contains historical tribal exhibits displaying family structures, aspects of tribal member home lives, traditional tribal clothing, musical instruments, warrior and veteran displays, traditional objects, beadwork and tattoo displays.
The Cocopah Indian Tribe acquired the former Dove Valley Golf Course renaming it the Cocopah Rio Colorado Golf Course.
The Cocopah Speedway complex, purchased by the Cocopah Indian Tribe in June 2005, is located at Highway 95 and County 15th Street directly across the highway from the Cocopah Casino. Sand drags are a popular event!
Home of the Desert Hawks!
PPEP TEC Charter High School
Home of the Cobras!
Land of the Sun Dragons!
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