Brenda Dickinson seeking re-election to PV Town Council
Brenda Dickinson has announced she is seeking re-election to the Prescott Valley Town Council.
She moved to Prescott Valley in 1994. She retired from government service in 2005 after 31-plus years that included working for the Navy for 2-1/2 years, and the FAA in air traffic control. Over the years, she volunteered in a number of capacities to serve her community and Prescott Valley. She is a graduate of the Prescott Valley Citizens Academy, the PVPD Citizens Academy, and the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Citizens Academy.
As councilwoman, her goals have been to be a conduit for the residents of Prescott Valley to have a voice for fiscal responsibility, manage our water and land responsibly, keep our community safe, and to provide a variety of housing options with a diversified and growing economy.
She worked with the Town Council and staff to update the General Plan 2035 emphasizing smart growth, water conservation, and quality of life for the residents. In addition, her goals included protecting the natural resources and wildlife in town by increasing open space, and maintaining our infrastructure and parks.
Since 2020, she has represented the town as a liaison for the Central Yavapai Fire & Medical Authority (CAFMA), and the Collective Impact Partnership on transportation and housing. She is the alternate liaison to the Central Yavapai Metropolitan Planning Organization (CYMPO), and served as the alternate to NACOG for two years. She is currently the president for the Yavapai Regional Medical Center’s Council of Electors.
Brenda is on the board of directors for the Kiwanis Club of Prescott Valley and a member of the Prescott Community Church, a volunteer for PV Parks & Recreation and for LASER (Large Animal Shelters & Emergency Readiness). She loves living in Prescott Valley and calls it an honor and a privilege to serve the people who live here.
Information and photo provided by Brenda Dickinson.
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