A young and vibrant city, Sierra Vista was incorporated in 1956 and has been a rapidly growing city ever since. With breathtaking views of the encompassing mountain ranges, residents of Sierra Vista enjoy impeccable weather with average highs around 75 and average lows around 50 degrees.
About 37,000 people proudly call Sierra Vista home. Fort Huachuca was annexed by the city in 1972; the military and civilian communities live harmoniously within this friendly town. Residents are afforded exceptional opportunities within the school district. Known for its state-of-the-art facilities, Sierra Vista's educational system has earned an excellent reputation.
Beyond the books, Sierra Vista residents enjoy an extensive assortment of cultural activities throughout the year. Music and theater are celebrated through the Art Discovery Series as well as the Winter Arts Festival. Other activities include rodeos, arts and crafts festivals and a hot air balloon rally. Additionally, Sierra Vista is proud to host the largest Christmas parade in the state of Arizona.
A nature lover's playground, Sierra Vista is often called the "Hummingbird Capital of the United States." Hiking trails are within close proximity and the near-perfect weather offers myriad outdoor activities for adventure seekers.
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