Prescott Valley is located 87 miles north of Phoenix and is the Gateway Community of the Quad-City region of North Central Arizona. More businesses and people are choosing to relocate to Prescott Valley. Increasing opportunities for jobs and business start-ups have contributed to the 166% population gain of Prescott Valley over the last decade.
The size of the town is only 37.5 square miles but is the largest, fastest growing and youngest municipality in Yavapai County with a strong economic base. We have quality educational options including 4 higher educational institution. The area is diverse and viewed as a quiet, safe community and is ranked #2 as one of the best places to build in Arizona.
Love living here! PV is very business-friendly!
Great town. Wonderful people!
Being a citizen of Prescott Valley for 18 years I have found that every institution and government agency is here to serve everyone. The budgetary situation of this Township puts us in the top of cities in Arizona. The overall weather is fantastic and allows more for citizens and thier children to do on a daily basis.
Moved here 10 years ago from San Diego, no regrets but we do need more North South streets with higher speed limits such as Glassford Hill. The town is building North as most shopping has located South makes a problem just getting the essentials for us old people.
Kirk and I are so Blessed to have found this wonderful Town, came here on a job transfer with Alberston's Market from Palm Springs , Ca. and never once look back....Thank you to all that were here before us for building a foundation of a great Town. May the current and future Leadership of this great Town stay on course and follow the footprint of our great Town, this footprint is the General Plan developed by the citizens voted and approved by the citizens...Loving Prescott Valley!!!!!
after 32 years of living here I can say this has been the best time of my life. this town and it's people are a wonder of the west.a wonderful place to live.
For 7 years we've put up the Healing Fields in memory of 9-11. We are a red, white and blue town. If you love your country and are looking for a new place to flag your flag - Prescott Valley would be it. If you are looking to retire and afraid you'll be bored - there are plenty of volunteer opportunities to keep you busy. Come join us!
We started Prescott Valley's first local radio station in September of 1985. During that time, the Town has exemplified prudent fiscal management while enhancing the quality of life for its citizens. As a result, our Company has grown from three employees to 21 reflecting the prosperity of Prescott Valley. Still plenty of room for you and a bright future, too!