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Fort Huachuca Army Base

United States Army Intelligence Center, Network Enterprise Technology Command, Electronics Proving Ground, 11th Signal Brigade, 1st Battalion, 210th Aviation, 111th Military Intelligence Brigade
50010 Smith Street  Fort Huachuca, AZ  85613
The city has a fairly stable climate with very little humidity. However, the North American Monsoon can bring torrential rain during the months of July and August and will produce almost half the yearly rainfall in just those two months alone.
Due to the dry climate the rest of the year and the city’s high elevation, temperatures in the winter range 20-40 degrees F on average and temperatures in the summer range 68-85 degrees F on average.
Snow is not a common sight on the streets of Sierra Vista though some years the city can receive several inches of snow and other years it will receive none. However, a snow capped Miller Peakand Carr Peak in the Huachuca Mountains is a common sight for 4 – 5 months every year.
Cost of Living
The overall cost of living index in Sierra Vista, AZ is 97, which is 2% lower than the Arizona average and 3% lower than the national average.
Everyday goods and services can be a good indicator of the general cost of goods in a given city. In this case, the goods and services in Sierra Vista, AZ are 4% lower than the Arizona average and 6% lower than the national average.
Getting to Know the Area
Adjacent to the post, Sierra Vista, at an elevation of 4,625 feet, boasts a spectacular view of the surrounding mountain ranges. With a population of nearly 44,000, it is one of the fastest-growing communities in Arizona and is the business and cultural center of Cochise County.
Sierra Vista is the shopping center for Cochise County and parts of northern Mexico.  A wide variety of cultural and family-oriented activities are offered during the year, Art in the Park arts and crafts sale, the Southwest Wings birding festival and the longest continuously running Christmas parade in the state of Arizona.
Sierra Vista is known as the “hummingbird capital of the United States.” In nearby Ramsey Canyon, 14 species of hummingbirds and hundreds of other birds, mammals, reptiles and plants may be observed and photographed.
Within an easy drive are the hiking trails and breathtaking scenery of the Cochise Stronghold in the Dragoon Mountains, Chiricahua National Monument and beautiful Madera Canyon in Santa Cruz County.
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Check out these websites for a list of all of the great events going on in the area.