“When a community can take ownership of its direction, so many great things can happen. Here in Prescott Valley those great things are happening.”
The key to having such an incredible community is making sure we build off the momentum that we have started over the past few years. We cannot force anyone to move here, open a business or practice medicine any more than the next city or town.”
The one thing we can do is make Prescott Valley the most appealing and desirable community in Arizona where businesses want to open, doctors want to practice medicine, and families feel safe with the low crime rate.”
Along with enjoying the good schools and great town amenities, they’ll want to live here and raise a family.”
—Mayor Kell Palguta
Save the date for these great Prescott Valley events!
Arbor Day — April 28, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Bob Edwards Park, 7201 E Long Look Dr. A local fourth-grade class will help the Parks team plant trees. Includes a class gift, lunch and reading of The Giving Tree. If your class is interested in participating, please reach out to Parks and Recreation at 928.759.3090.
Music on the Green — May 13, June 10, July, Aug. 12, 7 to 9 p.m., Civic Center Theater on the Green. Live music from local bands. Bring blankets and chairs to sit on.
Pitch Hit & Run — May 28, 11 a.m., Mountain Valley Park 4-Plex. Join us in partnership with Major League Baseball for their official youth skills competition. This event is for children ages 7 to 14 to show off their baseball/softball skills and compete for MLB Pitch, Hit & Run Nationals.
Cornhole Tournament — June 10, 4 p.m., Mountain Valley Park Pavilion. Bring a partner and get in on the cornhole action. With prizes for the winning teams and fun competition for all, this double-elimination tournament is one you won’t want to miss. Check-in is at 4 p.m. and the first bag will be thrown at 4:30 p.m.
For more information on Prescott Valley events and classes call 928.759.3090 or visit www.prescottvalley-az.gov.