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Yuma County Fair Drive in Rules and information

We will continue to update our COVID-19 protocols as we continue to learn more about our community's needs.

The health of our family, friends, and all community members are of the utmost importance to the Yuma County Fairgrounds.  We would like to continue to practice the recommended guidelines in order to keep our Covid-19 cases down, please continue to support the following recommendations.  Enjoy all the events offered by the Yuma County Fairgrounds!

  1. MASK UP: All community members, staff, and vendors are required to wear a mask or shield when entering the fairgrounds.
  2. CLEAN UP: There will be sanitizing stations in our fairgrounds for your convenience.  Please wash your hands with soap, for 20 seconds when you visit our facilities.  
  3. BACK-UP: Please maintain a 6-foot distance between you and all non-members of your group.  
  • Entrance to Events: The entrance will be the South Parking Lot (Off of 32nd Street) and the exit will be the West gate onto Pacific Avenue.   Please follow the parking staffs' guidance when entering and exiting the Drive-In Parking area. 
  • Parking: Guests are asked to stay within their parking spaces upon arrival unless traveling to the concession area and/or restroom area. In which case the guests are required to wear protective masks for their safety and the safety of others. If no mask is worn they will be asked to return to their parking space and retrieve a mask. 
  • Safety: For your safety and the safety of our equipment please stay behind the designated screen area.  Please leave all lights off during the duration of the film. Any light can disrupt the movie experience for you and other guests. .  

Thank you for your support Yuma! 

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Yuma County Fair Scholarship

We, here at the Yuma County Fair, advocate for the pursuit of higher learning and the education of our future generations. Promoting local students has been one of our main objectives of the Yuma County Fair ever since its inception. Every year, we have the Yuma County Fair Scholarship which awards a total of $20,000 to the selected youths to further their education at numerous colleges and universities.

The Yuma County Fair understands how financially difficult these troubling times have been for the Yuma community. With the cancelation of the 68th Annual Yuma County Fair, the Yuma Fairgrounds has received a significant financial loss as many other organizations and businesses in Yuma have. With this being said, we still hold the Yuma community as our main priority and concern. The Scholarship Committee, Yuma Fair Board of Directors, Yuma Fair Commissioners, and Yuma County Fair Inc staff have decided to honor our scholarship pledge to the community and its students. This year we received an extraordinary amount of applications for our scholarship program. We had 55 community students apply and all will be awarded a scholarship to financially support their pursuit of higher learning. The pledged amount for scholarships will exceed the $ 20,000.00 budgeted, but we are pulling together to support the community and our future generation.

Supporting our community and our youth, in this concerning time, is and always will be one of our utmost priorities. The Yuma County Fair would like to thank our entire community for the support we have received, and we will keep supporting Yuma for many years to come.

Congratulations to the 2020 Yuma County Fair Scholarship:

Ricardo Avalos, Alex Marie Bernal, Jimena Casaus, Annie Compton, Madison P. Cooper, Megan Cordery, Natali Delgado, Jayden Donnelly, Kailey Faulker, Keiren Faulker, Nicole Fila, Amanda Ganser, Alysandra Gomez, McKenna Leigh Good, Madison Gray, Hannah Havins, Jackson P. Howe, Laura Hunt, Nicholas K. Johnson, Paige E. Johnson, Dru Kavoski, Emily Kissel, Ryan Lee, Esther Lopez, Daniel Luna, Aubrie Martinez, Taylor McNeece, Danielle K. Monroe, Katlyn Shea Ogram, Karen Ornelas, Saye Plaza, Jessica Padilla, Sydney Peare, Kaleah Peet, Nicole Perry, Mya Preston, Adam Raney, Genesis Razo, Colton Reese, Kiley Rico, Heidy Rios, Savannah Rush, Stockton Rush, Brianna M. Salazar, Rorrie K. Vaughan, Rylee Ann Lakey, Isabella Valencia, Paloma Valencia, Savannah Sears, Skylar Wapler, Bryanna Linda Wiley, Rileigh Wilkinson, Jaisyn c. Wolfe, Makenna Young.


Yuma County Fair Inc.

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