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When Prescott City Council members meet in closed-door executive session on Tuesday, Aug. 16, they will have nearly two dozen applications to consider for filling the vacancy created by former Councilwoman Jessica Hall’s recent resignation.
With about a week to go in the application process, four people have so far expressed interest in being appointed to the Prescott City Council position vacated by former Councilwoman Jessica Hall.
The City of Prescott will begin its bulk item collection event on Monday, Aug. 29 to assist residential utility customers with disposal of bulky items that do not fit in their regular trash or recycle container.
With the recent testing of five City of Prescott water wells located in Chino Valley, all eight of the city’s wells have now been tested for PFAS, a group of commonly used chemicals that have been detected in two of the city’s wells near the Prescott Regional Airport.
The presence of potentially harmful man-made chemicals detected recently in two of the City of Prescott’s water wells will be the topic of a town hall meeting set for Prescott City Hall on Wednesday, July 13.
As of about 2 p.m. Friday, July 8, two of the City of Prescott’s eight domestic water wells were shut down because of the presence in the water of two man-made chemicals that are thought to be harmful to human health.
Information about Prescott’s drinking water — from its origin to its water-quality information — is now available in the Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for Reporting Year 2021.
Prescott City Council on Tuesday approved the city’s $281.2 million fiscal year 2023 tentative budget, although the budget’s contingency fund amount could change before a vote on the final budget June 28.
With sales tax revenues showing nearly 7% growth so far this fiscal year, and bed tax up more than 45% year-to-date, the Prescott City Council is set to head into its budget planning for the coming fiscal year next week.
It took eight months of recruitment and interviewing, but the City of Prescott now has a new City Attorney under contract.
An effort is currently underway to collect information in support of adoption of a nondiscrimination ordinance in the City of Prescott.
The City of Prescott will host a Household Hazardous Waste Collection for City residents from March 7 to 25 to allow residents the opportunity to safely dispose of unwanted household hazardous items.
From the Legal Department to the Fire Department to the Public Works Department, the City of Prescott is currently working to fill a number of top job positions.
The City of Prescott is seeking applications from citizens for more than a dozen city boards and commissions. A city news release reported that the City Council Subcommittee on Appointments is seeking applications for boards and commissions including:
The City of Prescott’s quest to find a new permanent City Attorney has generated minimal interest among prospective applicants.