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FY20 Annual Chip Seal Project – Week of July 27, 2020

The City of Prescott and their contractor, VSS International, Inc., are working on a chip seal project along selected roadways throughout the Prescott area. The project consists of cleaning the existing street surfaces and applying a new polymerized-rubberized chip seal and seal coat. Additional work includes the restoration of disturbed traffic striping and the replacement

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Virtual City Council and Commission Meetings

In the City’s ongoing efforts to curb the impacts of COVID-19 on our citizens and staff, Prescott City Council meetings will not have an in-person public audience until further notice. Meetings will continue and be live streamed on the city’s website,  Prescott Media Center and on the city’s Facebook page. In addition, citizens will be able

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Political Vandalism Hits Prescott

Prescott has been hit by political vandalism.  Sometime between late Sunday night and early Monday morning, political signs on Whipple Street near downtown Prescott were defaced with graffiti and  knocked down by one or more unknown vandals.  In a year of unprecedented political unrest and civil disorder across the country, Prescott has not been spared. A City

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Opinion: Prescott Criminal Justice Center Warrants Reconsideration

This is an opinion from Donna Michaels, Candidate for the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors District 3. Yavapai County Supervisors continue to advocate for an increase of 18% plus new construction cost increase in the Yavapai County portion of property owners yearly tax bill to support a $63M ($86M with debt service) dollar expansion of

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Prescott Rally’s Against New Jail

A rally against the proposal to build a new 144 bed jail and judicial complex in Prescott drew upwards of 60 opponents Friday morning to the proposed site on Prescott Lakes Parkway. The County Board of Supervisors originally scheduled July 17th as the ceremonial ground breaking for the new jail, but cancelled the event at

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