Mayor Phil Goode

Office of Mayor

Abuse of the Recall Process – The Arizonans For Promoting Integrity Board

The recall process allows citizens to remove an elected official from office before that person’s term ends.  This process should be reserved for incompetent or corrupt officials.(1)  Here in Prescott, however, the recall process is akin to watching 8-year-olds in a school cafeteria.  For no discernable reason, a playmate is suddenly ostracized from the group,

City of Prescott

Prescott Mayor Goode’s Update for Monday, November 13, 2023

The City of Prescott is conducting a community-wide survey, designed to identify clear priorities for use in strategic planning and budget setting. The Open Survey, in which we seek public participation, started last week and will continue through November 21st. This Open Survey is available on the City’s website. Go to the Prescott website and

City Council Candidates

Prescott’s Contested City Council Race – David Stringer, Publisher

Photo: Top left – Connie Cantelme, top right – Cathey Rusing; middle left, Ted Gambogi; middle right, Lois Fruhwirth; and bottom left, Tony Hamer; and bottom right, Chad DeVries With ballots set to mail beginning July 5th,  Prescott’s hard fought city council election is coming to a head. By the end of this week, ballots

Granite Mountain Hotshots

Prescott to Honor the Granite Mountain Hotshots 10th Anniversary with Several Events

Photo: Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial Park On June 30, 2013, 19 members of Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshot Crew lost their lives battling the Yarnell Hill Fire.   The City of Prescott, Prescott Fire Department, agencies and organizations from around the state will remember the Granite Mountain Hotshots with commemorative events and activities to mark the 10th

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