With recent authorization through the American Rescue Plan Act, the upcoming second phase of the Prescott Regional Airport’s taxiway relocation project will be 100% funded by federal funds.
A rezoning that will allow Jay’s Bird Barn to move from its current location in the Safeway Shopping Center to a church property at the corner of Black Drive and Willow Creek Road got unanimous approval by the Prescott City Council this week.
After months of preparations for about $1.7 million in improvements to the Granite Creek Corridor, the City of Prescott continues to face a roadblock with federal grant funding.
Going forward, the people who have a City of Prescott building or trail named after them must be prominent local residents who have accomplished something significant or extraordinary.
Yavapai County’s tentative plan to spend $20 million of its $45.7 million of American Rescue Plan Act money has now entered the proposal stage.
A new policy for naming city properties, along with an update on improvements to the Granite Creek Corridor and a proposed rezoning of a church property on Black Drive, will be among the issues under consideration by the Prescott City Council this week.
Beginning on Jan. 1, 2022, the use fees for vendors on the Yavapai County Courthouse plaza will be going up — the first such increase in about two decades.
A judge on Thursday said he’s not ready to cite the Arizona Senate and Karen Fann, its president, for contempt of court.
A sale that will put $3 million into the Yavapai County general fund over the next five years, while providing a place for a Prescott Valley recreation center, got a unanimous vote of approval from the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors this week.
The City of Prescott’s quest to find a new permanent City Attorney has generated minimal interest among prospective applicants.