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News from Save the Dells

On August 24th, 2021 the escrow period for the designated 473.7 acres of core Granite Dells land closed and was officially transferred into public ownership as Natural Open Space (NOS). This successful transaction is perhaps the single most important result of the years-long negotiation process surrounding Arizona Eco Development (AED)’s proposed Development Agreement (DA) and annexation. With the DA and annexation

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Arizona Serve Seeks Food Donations for Unsheltered Veterans & The Food Insecure

Arizona Serve, an AmeriCorp program of Prescott College, is seeking donations of nonperishable food items for their 2nd annual Community Food Drive to support local unsheltered veterans and the food insecure throughout the Quad-City area, throughout September. Donations can be dropped off at the Arizona Serve office at 308 Grove Ave in Prescott Arizona, beginning

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Welcoming a New Season with New & Returning Events

One of the best parts of 2021 has been the return of so many of our great Special Events here in Prescott. As we’ve begun to return to a sense of normalcy, and venturing out to enjoy local restaurants and shops, we’ve also starting seeing many more friendly faces at events in the community. Children

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Development Agreement with Arizona Eco Development (AED) Passed by Prescott City Council

At Tuesday’s Prescott City Council meeting, interim City Attorney Matthew Podracky announced that the transfer of approximately 475 acres of Granite Dells property from Arizona Eco Development (AED) to the City of Prescott, was officially completed. The land was part of the development agreement between the City and AED, which was approved by City Council

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