Robert Road Update:
The Town of Prescott Valley would like to thank everyone for being patient as work continues on the Robert Road Improvement Project that extends from Loos Drive to Spouse Drive. Improvements will match previous phases of Robert Road upgrades to include street, drainage, lighting and utilities upgrades. This project began in July and is scheduled for completion in mid January 2008.
The latest developments include phone and gas line relocation and upgrades at the intersection of Robert Road and Spouse Drive.
New waterline installation continues on Robert Road between Noel Drive and Preston Drive. Sub grade preparation work will begin within the next few weeks on Robert Road between Loos Drive and Preston Drive.
Central Core Multi-Use Path Ribbon Cutting
One of the best services a community can provide is miles of trails for walking, bicycling, jogging and other safe, traffic-free activities. Now another Prescott Valley pathway is open to citizens and the ribbon cutting for the Central Core Multi-Use Path will take place on Wednesday, October 17 at 10:00am.
Location: Robert Road at Lisa Circle.
This latest pathway features a smooth, asphalt overlay and some sections include amenities such as bench seating and landscaping. Phase One of the project runs from Florentine Road to Lakeshore Drive and from Lakeshore to Mountain Valley Park.
Cost: $1.1 million – funding from a Transportation Enhancement grant with matching funds.
Phase Two of the project runs to Lakeshore Drive from Victor Road to Civic Circle.
Funding for this project was provided by a Transportation Enhancement grant.
The Town of Prescott Valley maintains a Pedestrian/Bicycle System Master Plan and the map is available on the Town’s Website at www.pvaz.net.
2007 Holiday Tree Display at the Prescott Valley Civic Center
The Prescott Valley Arts and Culture Commission presents the sixth annual Create-A-Tree winter holiday tree display at the Prescott Valley Civic Center scheduled for November 30, 2007.
This event is a showcase of community artistic talent featuring holiday trees made out of non-traditional, non-flammable materials provided by local schools, community groups or individuals. The idea is to decorate the Prescott Valley Civic Center and promote civic participation! Previous trees have been made out of buckets, shoes, door frames, metal and non-flammable fabric! It’s a test of one’s creativity to come up with a new and clever design!
Trees will be installed Friday, November 30 to coincide with the Festival of Lights Parade and the annual Tree Lighting at the Prescott Valley Civic Center.
A People’s Choice Award will be awarded to the tree voted best of show by public ballot. For more information call Prescott Valley Parks and Recreation at 759-3090.