City of Prescott

Undertaking the 2025 General Plan – Prescott Mayor Phil Goode

Map: 2015 General Plan of Land Use The City of Prescott is about to undertake the update and adoption of the 2025 General Plan.  The General Plan is the public document that guides the future of a city. Per Arizona Revised Statutes, a city’s land development decisions must be consistent with the adopted General Plan.

Town of Prescott Valley

New Transportation in Prescott Valley: YavaLine Regional Transit System

The YavaLine Regional Transit System (“YAV” for short) is the first-ever transit service in the Prescott Valley area. The YAV is starting with a shared ride, on-demand service.  Think of it like a minibus that comes when you want, where you want. Input your pickup and drop-off addresses in our mobile app, and we’ll provide


First Responders Honored on Patriot Day by Walmart Employees

On Patriot Day, September 11th, a group of employees at the Prescott Walmart decided to honor the members of the Prescott Valley Police Department, Prescott Police and Yavapai County Sheriffs Office, by providing and delivering breakfast and lunch to them.

City of Prescott

Prescott Mayor Phil Goode’s September 19th Update

September is National Preparedness Month, which is an excellent reminder to make sure you have preparedness plans in place for your family. This year’s theme is “A lasting Legacy”. The point here is that the life you’ve built is worth protecting. Preparing for disaster helps to ensure you to create a lasting legacy for yourself,


The Proposed Sun Dog Connector Route – Mayor Kell Palguta

Open House meetings are being held to discuss the proposed Sun Dog Connector that will be the first and only East/West connector road between Prescott and Prescott Valley that is not a state highway. There has been some resistance from those who have recently moved to Yavapai Hills and Diamond Valley in the past few

City of Prescott

Prescott City Council to Review Top Bidders for City Hall Property Redevelopment

On Tuesday October 18 at 1 p.m., Prescott City Council will hold a special meeting to review the top two bidders for potential redevelopment of the current Prescott City Hall site. At the meeting, they will review a staff presentation, then select the winning bid. The two finalists are Stroh Architecture and Silo Holdings. Mr. Doug Stroh is a noted local architect, and Silo Holdings are

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