As Prescott High School celebrates the graduation of its senior class this Saturday, August 8, the Arizona Community Foundation of Yavapai County recognizes some of its students—as well as some non-traditional students—who received scholarships for the 2020-2021 academic year. Our living scholarship fund holders are passionate about ensuring students in Yavapai County achieve their academic
Yavapai County Recorder, Leslie Hoffman would like to announce that tomorrow, Tuesday, August 4, 2020 is Election Day… “Let Your Voice Be Heard – Vote”. All registered voters are eligible to vote in the 2020 Primary Election. Vote Centers will be open tomorrow from 6AM – 7PM. Visit yavapai.us/GOVOTE for location information and identification requirements.
The Arizona Community Foundation of Yavapai County invites the community to view, like, and share the Facebook videos that five nonprofits have created showcasing their work and impact in Prescott and the Verde Valley. These nonprofits—known as ACF of Yavapai County’s ‘Shining Stars’—will have a chance to receive funding based on the number of ‘likes’
All 25 Vote Centers are scheduled to be open on Election Day, August 4th at 6 am and will remain open until 7 pm. Any Yavapai County voter can choose to vote at any Yavapai County Vote Center. There is no assigned place to vote. A list of Vote Centers can be found on our
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
On Friday, July 17, a protest rally and drive-by rally will be held by No Jail Now, a group of community activists who are protesting the planned construction of a Criminal Complex on 14 acres next to Prescott Lakes Parkway. The projected initial construction will cost $86 million including debt service according to staff reports,