Prescott City Hall and other facilities remain fully open to the public at this time. However, in response to concerns about rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, City leadership strongly encourages citizens to follow current CDC guidelines, to wear masks, and adhere to social distancing when visiting City facilities. Masks will be available at City Hall.
When: 9:00 am–5:00 pm Saturday, August 7th, 9:00 am-4:00 pm Sunday, August 8th Where: Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza, 120 S. Cortez St. Prescott, AZ 86303 Admission: Free Art and Wine enthusiasts are expected to converge on the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza for the Annual Prescott Fine Art & Wine Festival on August 7-8. Presented by
Glenn Martin and Phil Goode continue to discuss the issues, including the public input to the City Council, the Arizona Eco Development Agreement, and veterans. Mr. Goode wants to restore the public’s trust in city government, and is disappointed by the disrespectful smear campaign that has occurred.
Following the purchase of a new City Hall Building at 201 N. Montezuma Street, the city plans to pursue requests for qualifications (RFQ) and then requests for proposals (RFP) from the private sector on the redevelopment of the current City Hall site at 201 S. Cortez Street. The city is seeking public input on concepts
The City Council Subcommittee on Appointments is seeking applications from citizens who are interested in serving on the Tourism Advisory Committee. Board, Commission, Committee Term Number of Vacancies Must be a Prescott Resident Tourism Advisory Committee Current to 03/2023 1 No Boards, commissions and committees provide opportunities for citizens to take an active role
Over the decade I’ve followed local government, the caliber of the candidates standing for election has not always been inspiring. There have been a few standouts to be sure, but over the years we’ve seen some rather modest talents step forward, to put the matter charitably. This year is different. As a matter of editorial policy,