Prescott Downtown Partnership


Prescott Downtown Partnership Moving Full Steam Ahead

Volunteer Led Organization Victim of Financial Crime For more than 20 years the largely volunteer-led Prescott Downtown Partnership has tirelessly worked to make Downtown Prescott a point of pride with its many efforts and events. Sadly, the organization finds itself a crime victim. The all-volunteer Board of Directors has responded to this setback by diligently working to


Former Executive Director of Prescott Downtown Partnership Arrested on Charges of Fraud Totaling over $200,000 in Loss

On November 17, 2021, Prescott Police Detectives arrested and booked the former Executive Director of the Prescott Downtown Partnership, Misti Smith. The arrest comes after a lengthy investigation that started in October 2021 when the Prescott Downtown Partnership reported being the victim of fraudulent activity after the abrupt resignation of Smith. Through the course of


41th Annual Prescott Rodeo Days Fine Art & Crafts Show, July 3-5, 2021

This year marks the 41th Annual Prescott Rodeo Days Fine Art & Crafts Show on the treelined grounds of the historic Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza in downtown Prescott, Arizona. The Prescott Downtown Partnership hosts the juried, 3-day fine art and crafts show, in the high country of Arizona, supported by the community and patrons from


Prescott Downtown Partnership is seeking Volunteers

The Prescott Downtown Partnership is gearing up for a busy 2021 event season and is seeking volunteers to help the non-profit organization implement, oversee and manage arts and crafts festivals, the Prescott Bluegrass Festival, Prescott Summer Concert Series and Prescott Sings. “If you enjoy these events as attendees but have always wanted to help with


Prescott’s 25th Annual Holiday Light Parade and Bonfire Festival

It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas, or it will soon enough. The Prescott Downtown Partnership will kick off the holidays with the 25th annual Unisource Energy Holiday Light Parade and Findlay Subaru Bonfire Festival on Saturday, Nov. 28. The parade, which runs north on Cortez from Carleton to Willis, west on Willis to

Scroll to Top