City Speak – Prescott Valley

“When you look around and see new people moving into our area, you should have no question in your mind as to why. We all moved to Prescott Valley for a reason, and once the secret got out as to what the community has to offer, it is really no wonder that others want to move to our area.”

The Town of Prescott Valley is looking forward to an active fall — events and activities go on year ‘round with our outstanding climate!

Music on the Green takes place at the Civic Center Theater on the Green with six concerts starting July 31 through Sept. 4. Enjoy free concerts with Famous in Denmark, Pick & Holler, King Copper Jazz Band, Thunder n’ Lightnin, Front Page Band and Mood Swing Band. For information call Community Services at 928-759-3090 or visit

Get ready to geek out Aug. 14, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with the Fandomania comic-con event at Findlay Toyota Center! Fandomania combines all things comics, movies, book and gaming with local businesses, authors and artists. Enjoy a full day of free workshops and activities:

Join us for the Prescott Valley Healing Field of Northern Arizona Sept. 10-17. Volunteers will install 3,000 American flags on the Civic Center lawns on Friday, Sept. 10. On Saturday, Sept. 11, opening ceremonies for the Healing Field take place at 10 a.m. at Theater on the Green, followed that evening at 6 p.m. with the annual ceremony to honor those lost on 9/11. An outdoor patriotic concert will be on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 6 p.m. at Theater on the Green. All events are free; bring lawn chairs for the concerts:

Recreation swim at Mountain Valley Splash closes Aug. 8, but water aerobics and lap swim continues through Sept. 24:

Run for the Hill of It 5K Run and Walk takes place Saturday, Sept. 25. Take a run, hike or walk on Glassford Hill’s Summit Trail. This noncompetitive event showcases the beauty and accessibility of Glassford Hill. Entry fee will include a T-shirt, snacks and other fun incentives:

Be sure to check out the new QR-code-guided tours of the sculptures and art pieces that are part of the Prescott Valley Civic Center’s Art at the Center exhibit. These QR codes also will be installed near sculptures outside the Civic Center grounds, such as Town parks.