January 23, 2021


Prescott Public Library Makes Tax Forms Available

Although Prescott Public Library may be closed to the public, the library will provide tax forms on demand for area taxpayers and phone reference help locating the forms online. While the library is closed to the public, commonly requested forms will be available at the Goodwin Street entrance, and librarians will assist with all other


Applications Received for Prescott City Council Vacancy

In an earlier release, the City of Prescott announced that they would be accepting applications to fill a vacancy left with the resignation of Councilwoman Billie Orr. Since January 13th the City Clerk’s Office has received thirteen (13) applications from the following residents: Steven Ayres Nancy Burns Connie Cantelme Noel Campbell Anthony Ferrulli Deborah Pernice


AZ Resilient: Connected Arizona

Governor Doug Ducey is urging the Legislature to strongly support his proposal to invest more than $40 million in a dramatic expansion of broadband in rural Arizona. “Reliable, high-speed internet is crucial for health care, public safety, education and economic development,” said Governor Ducey. “The broadband investments from our budget will decrease the cost of