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    Requests Action On Growing Crisis At The Border

    Hello from Governor Ducey’s Communications Office -The governor today discussed the escalating crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border with federal officials, state law enforcement, and...

    Governor Ducey Signs Legislation To Promote Forest Health And Prevent Wildfires

    Program Will Expand Post-Release Opportunities For Those Serving Time PHOENIX — Arizona will have more boots on the ground to prevent wildfires under a bill signed...

    Governor Ducey Announces Next Phase Of Business And Safety Protocols

    Occupancy Limits Expire, Distancing And Mask Protocols Remain PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey today announced the next phase of COVID-19 mitigation.  With cases dropping in Arizona,...

    Yavapai County Administration Offices Open – March 15

    On March 15, 2021, following CDC guidelines, the Yavapai County Administration buildings  located at 1015 Fair St. Prescott AZ as well as 10 S....

    Staying Fire Wise & Ember Aware to Reduce Wildfire Risks in Our Community

    Letter From the Mayor Even though winter only recently decided to make an appearance, it is always important to remember in our area fire season...

    Prescott Kids Count Invites Local Parents to Voice Concerns and Join Group

    Prescott Kids Count, a local parents group, is calling for participants in a survey to identify top concerns on kids' health, well-being, and education...

    House Approves Bill Allowing Arizona Community Colleges to Offer 4-Year Baccalaureate Degrees

    STATE CAPITOL, PHOENIX – The Arizona House of Representatives today approved HB 2523, bipartisan legislation sponsored by State Representative Becky Nutt (R-14) that allows community colleges to...

    City Facilities to Re-open Effective March 1, 2021

    City of Prescott Response to COVID-19 City Facilities to Re-open Effective March 1, 2021 Prescott, AZ (February 22, 2021)  -- In light of improving metrics related...

    Representatives Cobb and Biasiucci Sponsor Bill to Encourage Tech Growth and Protect Consumers from Big Tech Monopolies, Devastating Fees

    STATE CAPITOL, PHOENIX – State Representatives Regina Cobb and Leo Biasiucci announced their support for HB 2005, legislation that would protect consumers and app developers from devastating...

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