Mondays with the Mayor – Oct 11th

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Mayor Kell Palguta provides a weekly update on the happenings in Prescott Valley, in a video series titled: “Mondays with the Mayor.”

Watch the “Mondays with the Mayor” video, posted on the Town of Prescott Valley Facebook page:

In this segment, Mayor Palguta covered a few topics including:

  • Staying Safe Online
  • Haunting on the Green
  • Safe Trick or Treat
  • Dump the Drugs
  • General Plan Surveys
  • Mountain Valley Park – New Building

Keeping Teens & Kids Safe Online

Prescott Valley Police Department Special Victims Unit is here to help your kids and teens safe online and is holding an educational event for parents, caregivers, and anyone who has a child or teen. The training is on Wednesday, October 13th at the Prescott Valley Police Department.

Click here to learn more about the Keeping Teens & Kids Safe Online event.

Haunting on the Green

Prescott Valley Parks and Recreation and Police Department are hosting a free, fun, and family-friendly event on October 29th from 4:00 pm-8:00 pm. There will be a bike rodeo, inflatable party rentals, a haunted house, a costume contest, and more!

Read more about the Haunting on the Green.

Safe Trick or Treat

Mark your calendars! This year’s Safe Trick or Treat Event will be Saturday, October 31st from 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM! The free event is sponsored by the Prescott Valley Early Bird Lions Club and will be held at the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley at 3201 N Main Street. There will be multiple local businesses participating in this spooky event! Be sure to stop by the SignalsAZ.com photo booth to get your free photo taken!

Read more about the Prescott Valley Safe Trick or Treat event.

Dump the Drugs

On October 23rd, MATFORCE is partnering with local communities and law enforcement to hold a Dump the Drugs event. There will be 8 locations throughout Yavapai County including the Fry’s Pharmacy in Prescott Valley where you can safely dispose of expired or unwanted medications.

Read more about the Dump the Drugs event and see the list of locations.

General Plan 2035

The Town of Prescott Valley began the process of updating its General Plan over Summer 2021. Voters approved the previous plan, General Plan 2025, in March 2013, and by State law, the Town must update the document every 10 years. The Town of Prescott Valley is looking for public input on the General Plan and has posted two surveys on their website.

Click here to learn more about the Prescott Valley General Plan 2035 and to take the two surveys.

Mountain Valley Park – New Building

Several residents have been asking about the large building at Mountain Valley Park. The Town has installed new bathrooms for vistors to the park. Keep an eye out as these new bathrooms will open to the public soon.

COVID-19 Update

There have been many questions regarding the updates on COVID-19 stats and how to get the vaccine. Residents are encouraged to visit the Yavapai County website on COVID at www.yavapai.gov/chs or call 928-442-5103.

For more info on the Town of Prescott Valley, visit: www.pvaz.net
For more info on COVID-19 in Yavapai County, visit: www.yavapai.us/chs
For more info on COVID-19 in Arizona, visit: www.azdhs.gov


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