Welcome to spring in Greater Prescott! It’s time to blast away all the dust and clutter that may have built up over the winter and open up your home to the sunshine.
That’s what many spring magazine issues tell us, though as we all know our winters are relatively mild and Prescottonians are a vigorous crew who relish all four of the seasons we’re privileged to experience. The process of improving our homes, and our lives, never stops, though the weather can slow down some of our bigger renovation projects.
This is still an ideal time of year to step back and consider how your home supports you and meets your needs, as well as identify the tweaks that could make it more functional and beautiful.
This is our Home and Garden issue, and we have lots of content about bringing out the best in your home and yard, including décor tips and ways to ensure you make the right choices if you choose to remodel your kitchen.
Tending to our homes is an important part of helping our neighborhoods and communities reach their full potential. It enhances our overall “curb appeal” and helps draw new residents and opportunities to our area.
You’ll learn more about these efforts in our Prescott Pioneer news section. Prescott’s largest-ever commercial building is under construction near the junction of Highways 89 and 89A, a 220,000-square-foot ground distribution facility for FedEx expected to create up to 100 initial jobs, with more on the way.
Revitalization is happening in Prescott Valley where the vacant Sam’s Club building has been purchased by the owner of C-A-L Ranch Stores, purveyor of feed, seed, Western wear, tools, trailers and all other necessities for the ranching and outdoor lifestyle.
Read our interview with Prescott Frontier Days® General Manager Jim Dewey Brown about some of the upgrades you’ll see for this summer’s World’s Oldest Rodeo®.
Spring is a time of growth for Greater Prescott — just like summer, fall and winter! Read on and be a part of it.
Publisher, Prescott LIVING Magazine
“Tending to our homes is an
important part of helping
our neighborhoods and
communities reach their
full potential. It enhances
our overall ‘curb appeal’ and
helps draw new residents and
opportunities to our area.”