Prescott Valley Animal Control is a division of the Prescott Valley Police Department and is responsible for the welfare of animals within the town of Prescott Valley. Animal Control Officers (ACO) provide field services seven days a week. These services include loose dog pick-up, pet licensing, quarantining animal bites, Town parks patrol, citations, and complaint investigation of animal violations.
Animal Control Unit The Prescott Valley Police Department Animal Control Unit is comprised of Animal Control Supervisor Tim Yogerst, and Animal Control Officers Mike Runyan and Tyler Johnston.
The mission of Animal Control is to promote, educate and enforce the humane treatment of our animal population as well as a dedication to rabies eradication.
Accomplishing this will require providing:
Quick and courteous responses to service requests
Establishing working relationships with animal rescue organizations
Providing education to the members of the community on animal care, rabies eradication, and safety around animals
Each Animal Control Officer (ACO) shares the responsibility, and accountability, for achieving these objectives. The success of the unit is directly related to the commitment that each officer is willing to extend to their community.
The Prescott Valley Animal Control is accredited by the National Animal Care & Control Association (NACA).
The Prescott Valley Animal Control is accredited by Code 3 Associates.
The Prescott Valley Animal Control is accredited by Colorado State University (CSU).