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A mayor, six council members and a town manager govern the Town of Prescott Valley, actively promoting and preparing for our city’s future. With those sentiments in mind, the council has played a major role in the city’s sustained growth.

Under the direction of this mayor and council, the town created the popular and successful Citizen’s Academy. This 10-week course educates community members about the various departments within the town government and their functions.

The Prescott Valley Police Department is currently staffed with 76 sworn personnel and 22 civilian positions divided into two main divisions. The Field Services Division consists of patrol, traffic, K9, animal control and a special response team. The Support Services Division consists of criminal investigations, school resource and records. In addition, the chief’s Administrative Section consists of administrative support, training/background coordination and volunteers. The police department also belongs to a regionalized dispatch center housed in Prescott.

The department practices community-oriented policing and participates in such programs as Neighborhood Block Watch, Business Watch, National Night Out, “Every 15 Minutes,” First Responder Smart Card, Watch Your Car, Police Explorers and Volunteers in Policing.

The internationally-accredited Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority serves the town of Prescott Valley. The fire district is staffed by career professionals providing the following main services: modern fire suppression techniques, advanced life support, hazardous materials, public education and fire safety inspections.

Prescott Valley AZ Government Information

Population 45,500
Founded 1966 (incorporated 1978)
Elevation 5,100 ft.

Town of Prescott Valley
7501 E. Civic Cir.(928) 759-3100
www.pvaz.net

Water/Sewer Department (928) 759-3020
Public Works (928) 759-3070
Parks & Recreation (928) 759-3090
Utilities (928) 759-3020
Library (928) 759-3040
Magistrate Court (928) 772-8277
Mayor and Council (928) 759-3100

Prescott Valley Police Department
7601 E. Civic Cir.
Emergency 911
Non-emergency (928) 772-9267

Central Arizona Fire and Medical
8555 E. Yavapai Rd.
Emergency 911
Non-emergency (928) 772-7711

Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce
7120 E. Pav Way, Ste. 102
(928) 772-8857
www.pvchamber.org

Yavapai County
1015 Fair St., Prescott
(928) 771-3100

Utilities

Electricity
APS (800) 253-9405

Natural Gas
UniSource Energy (877) 837-4968