Mayor Kell Palguta Sets Up a Community Event for May 15th!

    The Town of Prescott Valley is planning a Drive-In Movie experience in the Parking Lot of the Findlay Toyota Center Parking lot for May 15th and May 29th. It is time to start planning on bringing Prescott Valley back to the way we were financially, economically, and socially. We encourage those attending to consider getting a take out dinner to help support our local restaurants. The movie being played has yet to be determined.

    Sound to the movie will be broadcast over an FM Radio Station. Bathrooms with sanitation stations will be available as well should you need to use. If you want you can remain in your car the entire time and have no social/ physical contact with another person should you choose.

    Why is the town doing this? Currently, police calls for Domestic Violence are up 30 percent. Our community is continuing to battle Opioid Abuse and in the past 2 weeks alone Police have responded to approximately 8 overdoses resulting in at least 1 death. The mental, physical, and financial strain is reaching an unbearable point for a majority of residents and we as a Town must be able to provide some relief if ever so small.

    If you do not feel comfortable coming out to such an event, have COVID -19, or been exposed, please stay home. For the other 99.6% of residents who are not affected, you are welcome to attend.

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