Plans for a quarter-mile new section of road that would open up Deep Well Ranch land north of Pioneer Parkway reportedly has passed its first federal-approval hurdle.
Incumbent Jim Lamerson initially ran for a seat on the Prescott City Council in 2003, and he has served four, four-year terms since then.
A lawsuit filed a year and a half ago by local water advocate Howard Mechanic has achieved its goal: acquisition of city water for a 195-home subdivision.
Prescott’s current policy of not providing new water connections outside city limits could change soon, if the Prescott City Council opts for a proposed water-policy adjustment.
An aircraft that is expected to be produced in Prescott debuted on the world air-show stage in June, and city officials say it turned out to be a “darling” of the show.
It hasn’t come as a complete surprise to the community, but recent developments have confirmed it: The historic U.S. Post Office building in downtown Prescott is definitely on the market.
A steady rush of water – totaling about 6.5 million gallons a day – is currently coursing out of a valve on the Watson Lake dam.
It’s hot and it’s high: For many Prescott residents, those conditions make for a pleasant high-desert summer.
With a nod to the evolving housing market, the Prescott City Council approved changes this week that will allow local developer Mike Fann to build more houses on less land in his next phases of Granite Dells Estates.