Prescott Valley Town Council this month unanimously approved two housing developments, including a 32-home site southeast of the Viewpoint subdivision and a 50-home site in Mingus West north of Highway 89A and Old Fain Road.
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Bistro St. Michael reopened on Whiskey Row in downtown Prescott Feb. 16, nearly two years after temporarily closing because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a renovation and a retooling of the menu.
Prescott Valley officials on Feb. 14 announced that the 2022 primary election for mayor and two Town Council seats will be conducted on Tuesday, Aug. 2.
Prescott Valley officials announced on Feb. 14 their opposition to a proposed sand-and-gravel mining operation on two parcels of land next to Fain Park and Stone-Ridge Drive, in large part to preserve the land and water for current and future residents.
Bradshaw Mountain High School’s wrestling team captured its second straight Division III, Section I championship on Saturday, Feb. 12, at Peoria High School, qualifying the Bears for the D-III state tournament Thursday, Feb. 17, through Saturday, Feb. 19, at Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix.
When developers platted Prescott Valley’s original subdivisions in the 1960s, they blandly identified them as units, using only the numbers 1 through 24.
As the Town of Prescott Valley gets closer to opening its phased-in micro-transit plan, proposed for late summer 2022, it is asking residents to help choose one of three names for the inaugural service by completing a short online survey.
Prescott Valley Town Council members on Feb. 10 approved the final development plan for a drive-thru coffee shop at the former Circle K convenience store and gas station site on the northwest corner of Robert Road and the Highway 69 frontage road.
The new C-A-L Ranch store and distribution center at the former Prescott Valley Sam’s Club, 5757 E. Highway 69, is planning its grand opening for Friday, April 1, Prescott Valley Assistant Town Manager Cutter Chamberlain said.
The Prescott Valley Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday, Feb. 14, should have a busy agenda when it meets to consider several items, among which are preliminary development plans for three apartment complexes and town code amendments for food trucks and tattoo parlors.