TAC/PAAHC Grants FY 22
Tourism Advisory Committee (TAC) and Prescott Area Arts and Humanities Council (PAAHC) Grant Program Opens March 1, 2021.
Mandatory Meeting via Zoom Friday, March 5th at 3 p.m. Click for Details
The City of Prescott is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
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Safe & Responsible Visitation
The Prescott Tourism Office together with the City of Prescott, are working to communicate with locals and visitors to practice proper hygiene, practice social distancing, respect everyone’s personal boundaries, and the health of one another.
We urge all visitors and local residents alike to continue to follow the guidelines set forth by the CDC and visit their website often for frequently asked questions with timely information.
We welcome you to Prescott and hope you find it to be a place for True West. Real Adventure. while keeping you and yours safe and healthy.
Responsible Recreation Across Arizona
The Arizona Office of Tourism https://tourism.az.gov/responsible-recreation-across-arizona/collaborated with outdoor recreation management agencies at the federal, state and local levels to create Responsible Recreation Across Arizona, a one-stop resource with guidelines on enjoying spectacular Arizona landscapes while adhering to COVID-19 physical distancing guidelines.
The latest responsible recreation updates include statewide fire safety and restriction information plus guidance on summer recreation in the state’s deserts. With so many Arizonans turning to the outdoors as a great escape, it’s critical to approach these activities with a protective mindset, as these agencies remain committed to keeping all public lands open and accessible while protecting staff and visitors. This resource is updated regularly and can be shared with Arizonans and visitors alike.
PRESCOTT WEATHER FORECAST
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Prescott, AZ Honored as Top True Western Town by True West Magazine!
Few towns can match Prescott’s Whiskey Row with the Palace and other saloons along Montezuma Street. Before Tombstone, Doc Holliday and Wyatt and Virgil Earp walked these streets and drank on Whiskey Row. And today, thousands visit the city each year to take in the Old West feel.
True West Magazine Honors Top 10 True Western Towns of 2021
Thousands of great towns can be found in the American West—ones that exemplify the spirit and dedication of the pioneers who built and developed them. But 10 of them stand out—and these are the True Western Towns of 2021, according to True West Magazine’s February/March 2021 issue, out on newsstands on February 16, 2021.
A letter from Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Chairman Craig L. Brown
The Coronavirus has lasted longer in Yavapai County than anyone could have imagined and cost our community more than anyone was prepared to pay. We have lost loved ones and made sacrifices we never thought possible.