A threat by a “disgruntled former employee” has caused Yavapai County to shut down its administration building in Prescott for up to two weeks.
Even though hundreds of downtown parking spaces are available, mostly free of charge, within a few blocks of downtown-Prescott businesses, the city has long faced a dilemma: Getting drivers to use the public parking garage.
The dance floors, bridge tables, and exercise rooms of the Adult Center of Prescott have been largely empty and silent for the past year. ... What if many of the traditional activities could take place outdoors?
About 40 people carrying signs gathered in front of Prescott City Hall this week to deliver a message to the City Council: “No cell towers near homes.”
Beginning with the Prescott City Council’s controversial decision in early 2021 not to conduct a special election to permanently fill a vacant council seat, two local women say they have been keeping a closer eye on the city’s election processes.
The City of Prescott’s headquarters are expected to take on a whole new look in the next year or so after the City Council approved paying $7.55 million for a new City Hall building Tuesday.
From the need for a public swimming pool to improved traffic circulation at the Prescott Regional Airport to the problem of septic systems within city limits, the Prescott City Council touched on a range of topics during a three-hour strategizing session this past week.
A $7.55 million building purchase and another $2.45 million in improvements for a new City Hall location will be up for a vote by the Prescott City Council this week.
From Superstition Meadery’s production plant to Cuppers Coffee House in downtown Prescott to the Prescott Regional Airport, federal COVID-19 relief money has been key in dealing with impacts from the pandemic.
In the next month or so, Yavapai County is expected to receive about $23 million out of a total $45.6 million through the COVID-19 American Rescue Plan money approved by President Joe Biden on March 11.