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    POLICE FIND NO EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT LOOTING RUMORS IN PRESCOTT VALLEY

    On June 2, 2020, information was received by Prescott Valley Police about the potential for looters, masquerading as protesters, to do harm to local businesses. These rumors are yet unconfirmed. Read on...
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    PV Arts & Culture Commission to host Drive-In Movie Nights

    The Prescott Valley Arts & Culture Commission will present two free Drive-In Movies at Findlay Toyota Center parking lot, 3201 N. Main Street, on Friday, May 29 (Lilo & Stitch) and Friday, June 5 (A League of Their Own). 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...
  5. Annual Water Quality Report

    Annual Water Quality Report Now Available

    The Annual Water Quality Report is now available for viewing. Additional Info...
  6. CONNECTOR

    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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