Recreation, fire, police projects slated to benefit from Prescott’s $5.9M in federal COVID recovery money

Expanded improvements near the Granite Creek Park splash pad, shown here, could be among the new projects that benefit from the City of Prescott’s share of COVID recovery funds. A $1 million allocation for Granite Creek Park would go to pay for a pavilion and community meeting area across Granite Creek from the splash pad that was opened last year beside the Hilton Garden Inn. (Cindy Barks/Courier file photo)

Expanded improvements near the Granite Creek Park splash pad, shown here, could be among the new projects that benefit from the City of Prescott’s share of COVID recovery funds. A $1 million allocation for Granite Creek Park would go to pay for a pavilion and community meeting area across Granite Creek from the splash pad that was opened last year beside the Hilton Garden Inn. (Cindy Barks/Courier file photo)

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