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History In the mid 1960s, Prescott Valley Incorporated, a real-estate company
from Phoenix, purchased land from the Fain family in an area 10 miles east of
Prescott known as Lonesome Valley. In 1966, representatives from Prescott
Valley Inc. began traveling to the Midwest to sell home lots to people who
craved sunshine, mild weather, and magnificent scenery. Fast-forward to 1978,
when more than 1,500 residents were living in the unincorporated area now known
as Prescott Valley. On August 22, 1978, the voters of Prescott Valley voted
overwhelmingly for incorporation as a town. In the intervening years, Prescott
Valley has grown into one of the most progressive and attractive communities in
Arizona to live and work. August 22, 2003 marked the Silver Anniversary of the
Town of Prescott Valley's first 25 years of incorporation.
Valley lifestyle is for someone who enjoys a more relaxed pace of life but also
wants the excitement of being part of an evolving community. Learn more about
our natural environment, town history, arts and education and other elements
that define the Prescott Valley lifestyle. Our mission statement and vision for
the future of the town, below, capture the attitude of our leaders and
The Town of
Prescott Valley Mission Statement "To inspire and sustain a dynamic,
innovative, and prosperous community through the combined talents of our
citizenry." Vision Statement: City of Prescott Valley 2020 The City of Prescott
Valley is a recognized modern and vibrant regional urban hub in northern
We are the
center for medical services, transportation options, and educational and
employment opportunities, and comprise a diverse cultural and ethic base. Our
small town character and a sense of community has been valued and retained as a
part of our emergence as a regional leader. New residential developments have
contributed to the unique character brought about by the individuality of our
neighborhoods within our community.
We remain a
safe, attractive, and affordable place for families to live, work, and play.
Community commerce has evolved to a mix of densities, intensities, and uses.
Established business areas have flourished while new business and employment
gateways have been developed. We, as a community, have capitalized upon and
continue to protect our clean and beautiful natural environment and our
financial and human resources to ensure a sustainable future. The diversity of
our population is viewed as an asset by our community leaders and continues to
shape our vision.
What makes Prescott
Valley one of the fastest growing towns in the United States? A spectacular
natural landscape, outdoor recreation, art, culture and history are a perfect
complement to affordable new housing, a safe and peaceful family community and
promising business opportunities. Take your pick...Prescott Valley offers
something for everyone!
Prescott Valley is
located in northern Arizona only about 90 miles from Phoenix, about 90 miles
from Flagstaff, 28 miles from Jerome, 10 miles
from Prescott, about
60 miles from Camp Verde,
about 50 miles from Sedona and about 34miles
from Clarkdale. You
can even make a day trip to the
Grand Canyon from
Once in Prescott
Valley, there are many things to see and do. Why not check out the many unique
shops in Prescott Valley and Prescott, or relax and have a bit to eat at one of
our many restaurants, listen to some great music, explore the red rocks, hike,
swim or just relax .
Once you have spent
enough time shopping and relaxing in Prescott Valley, why not check out one of
the communities close to us to see what they have to offer. There is just about
everything one could desire in the vicinity of Prescott Valley, Arizona.