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    COVID-19 Information

    The Town of Prescott Valley wants to keep citizens updated on the COVID-19 Coronavirus. Additional Info...
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    Town Council Provides Accommodations During COVID-19 Outbreak

    Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the following accommodations provide for attendance and, where appropriate, participation (with recommended physical distancing). Read on...
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    Prescott Valley Mayor Declares April as "Fly Your American Flag" Month

    The Town of Prescott Valley encourages its citizens to fly the American flag throughout the month of April in demonstration of our resolve to the nation that we will overcome the challenging pandemic of COVID-19 as a team. Read on...
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    Governor Doug Ducey Announces Stay Home Order

    Yesterday, Governor Doug Ducey announces a new executive order for all Arizona residents to Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected starting March 31 at 5PM through April 30. Additional Info...
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    Prescott Valley Modifies Budget, Expenditures to Adjust for COVID-19 Impact

    As the Coronavirus crisis worsened, Prescott Valley Town Manager Larry Tarkowski in mid-March made immediate adjustments to the Town’s in-process Fiscal Year 2020/2021 budget. Read on...
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    Prescott Valley Police Respond to Governor's Executive Order

    The Prescott Valley Police Department is receiving several inquiries about “enforcement” in relation to Arizona Governor Ducey’s Executive Order “Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected.” Read on...

    Construction begins on new Viewpoint Drive Connector

    Construction on the Prescott Valley Viewpoint Drive Connector Project is scheduled to begin this month. The project will expand the intersection of Manley Dr. and extend Viewpoint Dr. to Roundup Dr., with a connection to the new roadway at Long Mesa Dr. Read on...
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    Accurate Census is critical to Prescott Valley's future

    On April 1, residents of Prescott Valley can fill out their 2020 Census form online, by phone, or by mail. The results are critical to make sure Prescott Valley gets its share of Federal shared funding. You Count in 2020! Read on...
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    Sign Up for Notifications

    Prescott Valley Police urge all citizens to sign up for Nixle and CodeRED alert systems. Read on...
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