A nearly half-million-dollar study on space planning for Yavapai County, along with a review of budget choices for the coming fiscal year, will be among the issues the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors will consider this week.
The 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots who died nearly 10 years ago fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire will be remembered this month in a number of commemorations, both public and private.
Over the last two decades or so, the lack of affordable housing has been cited often as a problem in Prescott, and this past week, a city committee kicked off an effort to work toward finding a solution to the consistent issue.
For the first time in seven years, the City of Prescott is looking to raise its primary property tax — a move that city officials say is needed to cover rising costs for new police and fire staff positions, competitive staff salaries and fuel.
Two busy Prescott intersections could have traffic signals soon — one replacing a four-way stop in central Prescott, and another allowing for better access onto Prescott Lakes Parkway.
A multimillion-dollar water tank and pump station that is expected to bring more consistent service to the Highway 69 corridor has attracted attention recently because of its visible location high above the businesses near Prescott Lakes Parkway/Highway 69 intersection.
The Great Depression-era rock buildings and “fish pond” at the Prescott Rodeo Grounds could soon be protected under a historic district, if the Prescott City Council opts to move forward with the plan.
Now just a month away from the 10-year mark of the Granite Mountain Hotshot tragedy, the long-awaited monument on the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza reportedly has come up short on the funds needed.
In an effort to transfer some of the future development that is planned near the Prescott Regional Airport to an area farther north, the Prescott City Council voted 5-2 this week to enter a pre-annexation agreement with the Deep Well Ranch.
It lies in the heart of Prescott and is the site of one of the community’s oldest and most iconic events, but this past week, the Prescott Rodeo Grounds has been central to a conflict between the City of Prescott and Prescott Frontier Days, Inc.