After several months of barely a trace of precipitation, Prescott’s July rainfall has already more than doubled the total moisture for 2021.
Located on one of four corners of the Yavapai County Courthouse plaza, and just a block away from historic Whiskey Row, the Prescott City Hall building sits on “one of the best corners in Arizona,” say city officials.
In a situation that city officials describe as being “a victim of our own success,” parking spaces have become scarce in the area around the recent redevelopment near Granite Creek Park.
With two weeks remaining before the Aug. 3 primary, about 11% of Prescott voters had cast ballots in the City Council primary this week.
More than a quarter-million dollars has been raised by candidates so far in the 2021 Prescott election season, and about $182,000 of the total had been spent by the end of June.
A new Prescott Rodeo Grounds lease between the city and Prescott Frontier Days was postponed by the City Council this week, with the goal of renegotiating the terms.
Even without an official application to the city, the word that a 232-unit apartment complex could be headed to a Prescott Lakes neighborhood attracted nearly 100 people to a Prescott City Council meeting this week.
None of the parties appeared to get everything they wanted in the Arizona Eco Development agreement, but they all got enough to move ahead this week with the long-discussed Granite Dells area annexation.