We all know that Prescott is a highly desirable community to live and work in. This is, in part, due to the high quality of core public services that the city provides to ensure the safety of our residents. However, community growth has impacted our ability to provide these public safety services. One of the
Funds will help with repairs under $5,000 Beginning June 14, 2022, Prescott residents can apply for minor home repair funds through the new Prescott Minor Home Repair Program (MHRP). The program was created to help individuals and families maintain safe and stable housing in the City. Prescott MHRP funding is made possible by the U.S.
The Arizona Community Foundation of Yavapai County has published its annual Worthy Projects List, a document of programs and projects in need of more funding than was available during the foundation’s annual competitive grant cycle. This list gives potential donors insight into the specific needs of local nonprofits, confidence that the organization is in good
Tuesday the Prescott City Council approved an intergovernmental agreement (IGA) with Yavapai County and the Town of Prescott Valley, to acquire approximately 3,300 acres of Arizona State Trust Land on and around Glassford Hill. The IGA was approved last week by Yavapai County Board of Supervisors and is scheduled to be reviewed by the Prescott
Congressman Paul Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04), issued the following statement after cosponsoring the Restaurant Revitalization Fund Fairness Act, legislation that would assist restaurants decimated by COVID-19 lockdowns while statutorily prohibiting the racist criteria the Biden administration initially used for the Restaurant Revitalization Fund program. “Forced COVID-19 lockdowns decimated our economy. Especially hit were restaurants which employ
Funding Will Protect Vulnerable Pets, Support Kids In Need Governor Doug Ducey announced $1.27 million for the Arizona Humane Society to protect pets when owners are facing instability and during natural disasters, and to connect at-risk youth with educational programs involving animals. The Governor announced the funding during a tour of the Arizona Humane Society