Prescott Valley Town Council on Thursday, April 9, intends to vote on whether to approve a final development plan for a 35,000-square-foot home improvement center on four acres west of the Glassford Hill Road and Lakeshore intersection next to the Maverik.
A public hearing for a proposed new residential subdivision on 112 acres near Coyote Springs has been scheduled for the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors’ regular meeting at 9 a.m. Wednesday, April 15, at 10 S. Sixth St. in Cottonwood.
If you did a double-take at the gas pump over the past several days in the Quad Cities, you certainly were not alone.
Walk into the far northwest-facing entrance at Prescott Gateway Mall, 3250 Gateway Blvd., next to JCPenney, and you will notice at least one shop with its entrances fully open here in early spring of 2020 — the H2O Health Store.
The Googie-inspired Prescott Valley Motel sign, circa 1968, isn’t going away any time soon, thanks to the efforts of a passionate resident, a local sign company and an Arizona preservation group.
Yavapai Humane Society officials in Prescott said this week that they are taking extra precautions to protect the health and well-being of their customers, donors, community partners, staff, volunteers, and the animals in their care during the coronavirus pandemic.
The iconic, 1960s-era Prescott Valley Motel sign on Highway 69 near Navajo Drive will be removed on April 2 and preserved in the hopes that it will soon be re-erected somewhere else in town.
At the Town Council meeting March 26, in the Prescott Valley Public Library Auditorium, the town instituted new practices for gathering at its meetings in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A sprawling senior-living community sprouting up on Windsong Drive in the heart of Prescott Valley should be built and move-in ready sometime this summer, a development administrator said in a phone interview in mid-March.
There was an eerie calm in downtown Prescott on the late afternoon of March 25.