Senator Highway

Public Works Department

Juniper and Karen Water Main Replacement Project to Begin this week

The City of Prescott and their contractor, Asphalt Paving & Supply, are set to begin the Juniper and Karen Water Main Replacement Project the week of March 20, 2023. The project consists of removing and replacing the aged and deteriorated water mains within the Juniper Vista Subdivision and constructing a new water main along Senator


Recent String of Burglaries and Attempted Burglaries in Prescott and Prescott Valley – YCSO

Image courtesy of DepositPhotos YCSO Encourages  Citizens to be Vigilant About Their Home Safety Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office detectives have been investigating a string of 8 different burglaries and attempted burglaries in the Prescott and Prescott Valley areas in the past week. YCSO has received multiple reports of early morning burglaries in the Legend Hills,

Prescott National Forest

Road Work Causes Closure of Wolf Creek Road South of Prescott

The Yavapai County Public Works Department, working in conjunction with the Prescott National Forest will begin maintenance work to repair and improve Forest Service Road 97 (Wolf Creek Road) starting on Monday November 26, 2022, and continue through February 1, 2023. The County Public Works Department will start in Ponderosa Park working east to Senator

Prescott National Forest

Road Maintenance and Repair Work on Horsethief Basin Road

Weather conditions caused extensive damage and washed out sections of the Senator Hwy (FSR-52), Poland Junction Road (FSR 261), Mount Union Lookout (FSR 261A), and FSR 22 making them unsafe and impassable in some locations.   Crews will begin performing maintenance and repair work starting on FSR 52 in the Horsethief Basin Road Area South of


The Tussock Fire is burning 7 miles Southwest of Crown King

From InciWeb (as of 4:30 pm Sunday afternoon): The Tussock Fire started on the afternoon of May 8, approximately 8 miles southwest of Crown King. The fire was mapped this morning (May 9) at 2,448 acres and has reached the Prescott National Forest boundary. Due to lack of moisture, hot, dry, windy conditions, and rugged

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