Prescott Valley Community Information

As part of the Quad-City communities of Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley and Dewey-Humboldt, Prescott Valley is considered the most attractive and easily accessible by Highways 69 and 89. Many residents of the area also work from home or are pursuing entrepreneurial enterprises, setting the stage for a variety of burgeoning new businesses. It also makes this town a wonderful place to escape from the hustle and bustle of metropolitan centers such as Los Angeles, San Francisco and Phoenix by working remotely in this mild four-seasoned community.

Dubbed as ?Everybody?s Hometown,? Prescott is home to the downtown Courthouse Plaza, the World?s Oldest Rodeo, Prescott?s Fine Arts Association, Sharlot Hall Museum, Phippen Art Museum, Frontier Days and Territorial Days. Additional attractions include the Smoki Museum Festival, the Annual Arizona Shakespeare Festival, the Prescott Jazz Festival, and the Whiskey Row Street Dance and Celebration. This exciting town, with its unique blend of Arizona history and heritage along with modernization and technology, makes Prescott a model community for advanced living in a naturally beautiful setting.

The average elevation in Prescott is 5,400 feet and the local climate is mild, with average temperatures ranging from 50 degrees to 90 degrees. Such a broad range affords residents of the area the opportunity to experience all four seasons making locals appreciate the gift of wildflowers in the spring, warm sunshine in the summer and cozy nights in the winter by the fireplace.

The natural environment surrounding the area is amazing. Five area lakes within 10 miles of downtown Prescott provides plenty of recreational opportunities. The nearby 1.2 million-acre Prescott National Forest is home to several threatened or endangered plant and animal species, providing Prescott Valley residents with rare opportunities to experience the living desert in its truest form. Additionally, local lawmakers and developers have worked diligently to ensure that the continued expansion of the town does not become detrimental to the preservation of local wildlife. So much so, that the town?s park and recreation department plays an active role educating residents on the deserts? impact on the community through guided tours, classes and other instructional mediums. Furthermore, the department oversees the town?s 13 parks that equate to approximately 150 acres of open space, playgrounds, grass fields, bike pathways, trails and courts. Prescott Valley also boasts its own skateboard park, a hot spot for the younger crowd.

Prescott Valley is part of the Humboldt School District. Beyond high school, the Tri-City Area also has several colleges, universities and trade schools to compliment the Arizona Board of Regent?s three primary universities, which includes the University of Arizona, Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University. Locally, colleges include Prescott College and Yavapai College while the two regional universities are Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and North Central University. The presence of these institutions assists the Quad-City Area in delivering a message of the importance of academic excellence to the region?s youth, which over the years has translated into higher than average standardized test scores and the amount of students pursuing education beyond the 12th grade.

Once viewed as a retirement community, Prescott Valley has rapidly changed in the past decade to accommodate singles as well as younger families seeking an alternative lifestyle. Affordable housing in a safe, clean area is very attractive to first-time homebuyers as well as those selling their homes in larger cities in exchange for a more relaxing lifestyle. Prescott Valley?s emerging influence on Central Arizona has many speculating that by 2020, the town?s population will grow two-fold. Because of this, city planners have already begun expanding current and creating new retail, commercial and industrial centers while continuing to build new residential property developments in outlying areas. The town?s infrastructure is well underway and this growth will only serve to further increase property values, create new jobs and facilitate new recreational outlets. Whether you are seeking a fresh start for you and your family, moving to the region for employment, or are planning your retirement, consider a residential investment in the peaceful town of Prescott Valley as the perfect place to settle down.

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