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Prescott Regional Airport – Terminal Access

Effective 700am on Friday, August 14, 2020, passengers will now access terminal parking for the current and future terminal via the newly constructed terminal entrance road and parking lot. Customers visiting Susie’s SkyWay Restaurant and Avis/Budget Rental Car will also utilize the new entrance road and parking. Drivers will be able to continue accessing the airport off Highway 89 from […]

Weekend Weather: Thursday, Aug. 13th – Monday, Aug. 17th


The summer season is still in full effect with no sign of it letting up anytime soon.
This weekend will see highs ranging in the mid to upper 90 degree mark with a chance of triple digits on Sunday. Thursday and Monday will see a slight chance of precipitation, as Monsoons may tease the quad-cities area for a short while.

Events This Weekend in Prescott Valley, Prescott, Chino Valley, and Beyond – August 14, 15 , & 16

Top events happening this weekend in Northern Arizona and beyond! Make sure to check out the Signals AZ events calendar for great things in your community. PRESCOTT VALLEY EVENTS FRIDAY $1 Mini Golf Fridays at In the Game 12:00 pm-8:00 pm – Putt away for only $1 per round for Mini Golf on Friday through Sept 4th. Enjoy some socially distanced fun […]

Five New Specialty License Plates Debut

Arizonans now have more options to show their support for charitable and other worthy causes with five new specialty license plates that debut today. Specialty plates are available online through ServiceArizona.com. Most cost $25 each year, with an additional $25 per year if the plate is personalized. The plates making their first appearance today are: Alzheimer’s Awareness Available to everyone. […]

Prescott Chamber of Commerce Salute to Educators

The Prescott Chamber of Commerce invites you to support local teachers by donating some much-needed items for the school year, letting our educators know how much we appreciate them. Instead of coming to the signature Salute to Educators event, please consider donating some of the following items to our fantastic teachers: Pens, pencils, erasers, sharpies, highlighters Notepads, notebooks, copy & […]

Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Taking Applications for Title II Forest Fee Program

The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors is taking applications for the 2020-21 Title III Forest Fee Program. The funding available for this program is approximately $125,000. Project proposals will be considered from both inside and outside the County government. All eligible projects must fit into one of the following categories: Carry out activities under the Firewise Communities Program to provide […]

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Prescott Valley Arts & Culture Commission Seeks Artists for Civic Center Bronze Sculpture Project

The Prescott Valley Arts and Culture Commission is seeking concepts from Arizona artists or artist groups to design, fabricate, and install a major permanent bronze artwork on the Civic Center Campus. The Commission is looking for a design that focuses on the native flor and fauna of Northern Arizona and incorporates a water feature into the sculpture or its base. […]

Town of Dewey-Humboldt Reviewing Preliminary Drawings of New Town Hall Facility

Beginning August 5th, the Town of Dewey-Humboldt made preliminary drawings of the new Town Hall facility available for review. To visit the Town Hall, please call to make an appointment. Town Council will review the preliminary drawings at the August 11th Town Council meeting. Comments can be made at the meeting or can be submitted in advance to the Town […]

Governor’s Office To Hold Judicial Interviews For The Yavapai County Superior Court

PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey announced that members of his executive staff will conduct virtual interviews for candidates who have applied for a judicial vacancy on the Superior Court in Yavapai County. Judicial interviews will take place as follows on Wednesday, August 12, 2020, at the Yavapai County Courthouse, 120 South Cortez Street, Prescott, AZ 86303 in the Historic Courtroom, […]

Prescott Named Top 15 Most Entrepreneurial City by Entrepreneur.com

Prescott was named one of the Top 15 Most Entrepreneurial Small Metros by Entreprenuer.com. Prescott was ranked number 11 in the grouping. Barnstable, MA was number one, and Bend, OR was number 2. Prescott was the only Arizona City on the list! “The entrepreneurial spirit is strong in Prescott, and throughout our region,” said Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli. “Our quality of […]

Prescott Mayor’s Commission on Well-Being Seeks Citizens to Participate in Survey

The City of Prescott Mayor’s Commission on Well-Being has created a survey as part of their initial efforts to learn more about our citizens’ well-being in Prescott.  They are seeking citizens to participate in this survey.   Responses will help the commission create and increase programs, events, and services to improve overall well-being. The Commission on Well-Being, which was formed […]

Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Recognizes Purple Heart Recognition Day

At the August 5, 2020, Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting, the Board members voted to approve a proclamation declaring August 7th as Purple Heart Recognition Day. The Arizona State 53rd Legislature through Senate Bill 1089 officially proclaims August 7th of each year as Purple Heart Day and August 7th in each year shall be observed as Purple Heart Day. Yavapai […]

Prescott Valley Police Department Seeks to Inform Citizens of Netflix Scam

The Prescott Valley Police Department has received several reports from residents of money being stolen from their bank accounts after receiving a false email from “Netflix” in which payment update information is requested.  In the email there is a link through which they can update their payment information.  A screen will display where they are being asked to submit their […]

Prescott Public Library Adds More Ways for You to Borrow Materials

Despite the obstacles of COVID-19, the library remains dedicated to providing the best service possible. Although staff misses the interactions of the “before COVID” days, many of the services are still available, just in a different manner. In addition to providing access to physical items through curbside delivery and digital items online, the library has recently added ways to allow […]

A Message from Prescott Mayor Mengarelli – August 6th

Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli discussed several topics in his updates on Facebook providing important information for the residents of Prescott, Arizona. Here is the update for August 6, 2020 1. As of this morning, Yavapai County has tested 30,734 residents, with 1,960 positive cases, 662 recovered, and 66 deaths. This is a 6.4% cumulative positive rate. Currently, YRMC Reports 15 […]

2020 General Election Write-In Candidates

Elección General de 2020 - Candidatos de votación por escrito

The Town of Chino Valley will hold its General Election on November 3, 2020. One council position with a four-year term is open for candidacy.   Anyone desiring to run as a write-in candidate for councilmember in the Town’s November 3, 2020 General Election must file nomination papers no later than 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 24, 2020.  Visit the […]

Prescott Valley PD Wishes Our Students a Successful School Year

As all our local youth start their 2020-2021 school year with remote learning due to the COVID19 pandemic, the Prescott Valley Police Department would like to encourage parents to remain diligent in monitoring their children’s online activity.

Retired Pediatrician Brings Comfort to Patients at End-of-Life

Prescott, AZ – ­Dr. Martin Boxer is no stranger to change. The retired pediatrician has shifted his focus from the very young to those at the end of life. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, you could find him every Friday at the Good Samaritan Society’s Marley House, an inpatient hospice in Prescott, Arizona, where he is a volunteer. And that suits […]

Weekend Weather: Thursday, Aug. 6th – Monday, Aug. 10th


The school year is back!

As the fall school year and semesters get underway, summer temperatures still remain. This weekend will see average highs in the mid 90’s for the entire duration with sunny skies everyday.

Events This Weekend in Prescott Valley, Prescott, Chino Valley, and Beyond – August 7, 8, & 9

Top events happening this weekend in Northern Arizona and beyond! Make sure to check out the Signals AZ events calendar for great things in your community. PRESCOTT VALLEY EVENTS FRIDAY Legend of Sleepy Hollow: Literary Study 10:00 am-11:00 am – Prescott Valley Public Library Adult Services will be talking about one of our Founding Fathers of Literature: Washington Irving. Let’s learn from […]

A Message from the Prescott Valley Chamber CEO, Marnie Uhl


Here we are in August and still things are crazy. We continue to promote and support our business community as they have had to make hard and, in some cases, unpopular decisions. It is important to understand that they must follow executive orders and health department requirements in order to stay open. I am sure each of our businesses would […]

Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Held Public Hearing

Voting took place to adopt budget that reduces county's tax rate.

On Monday, August 3, 2020, at a special Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting, the Board held a hearing, and took public comment, on the County’s 2020-21 fiscal year budget. The Clerk’s Office received two comments from the public. All comments were provided to the Board members in advance of the meeting on July 31, 2020.  All comments will be […]

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Top Ten Trending Articles This Week 08-05

Top Ten Trending articles this week for Central and Northern Arizona are: #1 Patio Extensions & Parklets for Outdoor Dining in Prescott #2 Prescott’s Mayor Mengarelli: Working for Success in New Ways #3 New I-40 Fourth Street Bridge Slides into Place in Flagstaff #4 The Persistent 12 Plants Too Tough to Kill #5 Dewey-Humboldt Mayor Extends Emergency Proclamation #6 City […]

PVPD to Highlight Residential Virtual Block Watch

The Prescott Valley Police Department has extended the Virtual Block watch Program to all Prescott Valley residents. Those who have external security cameras installed can register them with the Prescott Valley Police Department on the town website at pvaz.net. Virtual Block Watch is designed to create a partnership with the Prescott Valley Police Department and residents, to reduce crime in […]

Prescott Valley Streamlines Silent Witness Tip Reporting

On Tuesday, July 28, 2020, Prescott Valley Police Department launched it’s new and easy to use Silent Witness reporting button, located on the Prescott Valley Police Department Website.  Prescott Valley Police Department has had a long and historic relationship with the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Department, who oversees the program that spans back decades. Developed in 1981, it was created to […]

Mondays with the Mayor – August 3rd

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: COVID-19 Update, there are 1860 cases in Yavapai County. 396 of those […]

Yavapai County Election Day Voting Protocols

All 25 Vote Centers are scheduled to be open on Election Day, August 4th at 6:00 am and will remain open until 7:00 pm. Any Yavapai County voter can choose to vote at any Yavapai County Vote Center. There is no assigned place to vote. A list of Vote Centers can be found online at yavapai.us/GoVote. Each Vote Center will […]

Unity Road Closure in Chino Valley

Meridian Parkway and Unity Road will be closed from Orion Street to M.A. Perkins Trailway beginning August 4th at 5:00 am until August 5th at 5:30 pm (estimated). These roadways are the gravel roadways within Bright Star Subdivision approximately 2 miles east of State Route 89. The purpose of this closure is to install additional dust control products. While this […]

Patio Extensions & Parklets for Outdoor Dining in Prescott

In the City of Prescott’s ongoing efforts to curb the impacts of COVID-19 on our citizens and support our local businesses, staff has been working diligently to create a streamlined option for restaurants to extend their outdoor seating. The following temporary procedures have been established to extend their outdoor seating and business owners are encouraged to work closely with staff […]

NASA Launched New Perseverance Rover to Mars

Was there once life on Mars? Perseverance rover aims to find out! On Thursday, July 30th, at 7:00 am EDT, NASA launched their new robotic astrobiologist on a seven-month journey to the Red Planet. Launching on board is the most sophisticated set of tools ever sent to Mars, with hope Perseverance will uncover the planet’s secrets. During the prime mission […]

Prescott’s Mayor Mengarelli: Working for Success in New Ways


If the first six months of 2020 have taught us anything it is that ingenuity is even more important to running a business than ever before, and that the support of community can get us through just about anything. While the COVID-19 pandemic has been trying and has put everyone to the test, it makes me proud to call Prescott […]

$7.5 Million Sunset Lane Project Complete, Road to Open by Friday Evening

The Town of Prescott Valley has announced that the Sunset Lane Project, which includes widening, paving and installation of storm drains and sidewalks on Sunset Lane from Pine View to Prescott East Highway, is complete. After striping on Friday, signs will be removed and the improved roadway will be open. Construction began in May 2019, after utility providers worked through […]

Town of Prescott Valley Looking to Fill Boards and Commissions Openings

The Town of Prescott Valley is seeking applicants to fill seats on four of the Town boards and commissions: Arts and Culture Commission, Board of Adjustment, Library Board of Trustees, and Parks, and Recreation Commission. All commission positions are volunteer and are open for application. ARTS AND CULTURE COMMISSION The Town of Prescott Valley is accepting applications from area residents […]

A Message from Prescott Mayor Mengarelli – July 30th

Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli discussed several topics in his updates on Facebook providing important information for the residents of Prescott, Arizona. Here is the update for July 30, 2020 As of this morning, Yavapai County has tested 28,188 residents, with 1,719 positive cases, 609 recovered, and 59 deaths. This is a 6.1% positive rate. Currently, YRMC Reports 13 hospitalizations at […]

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Friday is the Last Day to Vote Early In-Person or Vote a Replacement Ballot

Yavapai County Recorder, Leslie Hoffman would like to announce that the last day to vote early in-person, or vote a replacement ballot is Friday, July 31, 2020. Please note the following information: Voters may vote early in-person or vote a replacement ballot at the Yavapai County Recorder’s Office 1015 Fair St, Rm 228, Prescott or 10 S. 6th St., Cottonwood, […]

What to do if You Receive Unsolicited Seeds from China

The Prescott Valley Police is receiving calls from concerned citizens who may have received unsolicited seeds from China. Here is the most recent guidance that the PVPD has received from the United States Department of Agriculture’s Plant and Health Inspection Service (APHIS). This information is taken directly from this agency’s press release, dated July 27th, 2020. USDA is aware that […]

Prescott Valley Town Council Candidate Webinar Video

Prescott Valley Town Council Candidate Webinar Video

The Prescott Valley Town Council Candidate Webinar took place June 24th. For those who could not make the webinar, it is now available to the general public for viewing, below. This webinar was produced and distributed by Talking Glass Media, home to SignalsAZ.com, TG Magazine and The Studios – Talking Glass. This webinar was made possible by the Yavapai County […]

Weekend Weather: Thursday, July 30th – Monday, August 3rd


Here’s the weather for the upcoming weekend and a sneak peek at Monday.

Where did the rains go?

The absence of moisture and clouds will be readily apparent over the weekend as temperatures begin to skyrocket. Thursday and Friday will see highs in the triple digits with plenty of sunshine too.

Events This Weekend in Prescott Valley, Prescott, Chino Valley, and Beyond – July 31, Aug 1 & 2

Top events happening this weekend in Northern Arizona and beyond! Make sure to check out the Signals AZ events calendar for great things in your community. PRESCOTT VALLEY EVENTS FRIDAY Cookin the Books 4:30 pm-5:00 pm – Join Library Staff Michele and Deborah as they briefly discuss the book Kitchen Yarns by Ann Hood and prepare one of her recipes. MORE Happy […]

Dewey-Humboldt Mayor Extends Emergency Proclamation

Mayor Terry Nolan has issued a proclamation declaring an emergency with respect to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. Through August 31, Town Hall phones will be answered during normal business hours, and Town Hall will be open by appointment only. No walk-ins will be accepted. Mayor Nolan’s emergency declaration and ongoing additional information about the Town’s services and accessibility will be […]

Prescott Valley Police: Be Aware of False DES Unemployment Claims

The Prescott Valley Police Department is receiving numerous reports from citizens regarding fraudulent claims being opened in their names from the Department of Economic Security (DES) Unemployment Insurance Division. These cases are being opened by unknown suspects nationwide and are not easily traced to a local jurisdiction. As a result, these cases are all being referred to the Arizona Attorney […]

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Top Ten Trending Articles This Week 07-29

Top Ten Trending articles this week for Central and Northern Arizona are: Just In: WATCH THE PRESCOTT VALLEY TOWN COUNCIL WEBINAR, RECORDED JUNE 24th! BE INFORMED! WATCH THE PRESCOTT VALLEY TOWN COUNCIL CANDIDATE VIDEOS – #BeInformed #Vote #1 A Message from Prescott Mayor Mengarelli – July 27th #2 Mondays with the Prescott Valley Mayor – July 27th   #3 Governor […]

Prescott Moonlight Movie Nights Cancellation Continues

The City of Prescott Moonlight Movie Nights at Ken Lindley Field have extended their cancellation through at least August 14, due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns.   “We will continue to monitor the situation, with hopes of starting the movies back up as soon as possible,” said Recreation Services Director Joe Baynes. The City also announced that all sporting tournaments and special […]

Friends of Prescott Public Library Receives Grant

The Friends of the Prescott Public Library received an Arizona Community Foundation (ACF) of Yavapai County grant in the amount of $10,000 to use for the purchase of books and postage for Prescott Area Imagination Library (PAIL), an affiliate of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library. PAIL offers this service to children between birth and age 5 in Prescott area zip codes […]

Embry-Riddle Announces Cancellation of 2020 OctoberWest Homecoming and Wings Out West Airshow

PRESCOTT, Ariz. – As Covid-19 continues to spread across the United States, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has had to make some difficult decisions regarding large-scale events and activities scheduled for the upcoming fall semester. OctoberWest homecoming festivities, including the annual Wings Out West Airshow, are canceled for 2020. “We are disappointed that there will be no Wings Out West Airshow this […]

A Message from Prescott Mayor Mengarelli – July 27th

Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli discussed several topics in his updates on Facebook providing important information for the residents of Prescott, Arizona. CORRECTION: The video incorrectly states summer concerts will begin August 31. Summer concerts begin this Friday, July 31 at 6:30 p.m. The script below has been corrected. Here is the update for July 27, 2020 1. As of this […]

Mondays with the Mayor – July 27th

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: COVID-19 Update, there are 1613 cases in Yavapai County. 336 of those […]

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Stay Safe on Election Day

To ensure the health and safety of voters, Yavapai County Recorders Office has provided the following information: All 25 Vote Centers are scheduled to be open on Election Day, August 4th at 6 am and will remain open until 7 pm. Any Yavapai County voter can choose to vote at any Yavapai County Vote Center. There is no assigned place […]

Basics of the Arizona Monsoon & Desert Meteorology


With recent storm activity around Arizona, including a tornado spotting near Kingman, you might be wondering about the activity that can happen during an Arizona Monsoon. In fact, you might even be wondering just what a monsoon is and how this happens in Arizona annually. Arizona State University wrote an informative piece explain just how the monsoon works and what […]

Governor Ducey Announces $975,000 From AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund To Support Homeless Arizonans

Governor Ducey announced $975,000 from the AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund has been allocated to 12 organizations in Arizona that provide shelter for those experiencing homelessness. The funding will support efforts to provide food for those utilizing shelters; locate alternative housing to maintain social distancing among the homeless population; and clean and sanitize shelters to prevent the spread of COVID-19. “Organizations […]


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