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Opening And Coming Soon To Our Neighborhood!

3-4 Years Of Construction!

Heavy Equipment Sun-up To Sunset!

Construction on Sundays?

On March 28, 2024 the Town Council approved the final development plan for North Central Arizona Senior Living Community/the NCU redevelopment plan by a 5-2 margin.

Here is how they voted:

Kel Palguta (Mayor)                       Yes

Council Members:

Lori Hunt                                            Yes

April Hepperle                                  Yes

Brenda Dickinson                            Yes

Kendall Schumacher                      Yes

Michael Greer                                    No

Lucy Leyva                                          No

The citizens of Prescott Valley have a voice. YOU CAN VOTE!! There are 4 seats up for re-election on July 30th, 2024. Brenda Dickinson, Lori Hunt, are running for re-election. Lucy Leyva and April Hepperle have decided not to run.

If you want to get their attention and change things you can vote them out of office. These people don’t seem to be concerned with what their constituents care about. These people don’t listen or care about what we say. They do NOT deserve your vote! Let your concerns be known at the ballot box. Make sure to remember how this vote went down when you step inside the voting booth in July.

Listed below are 4 good candidates running for Town Council. All 4 are for slowing the explosive growth in Prescott Valley. They are independent thinkers.

We support these City Council  candidates


Janell Kiehl

Bill Williams

Matt Zurcher.pdf

Kenneth Freund.pdf.

We need volunteers to pass out flyers in your neighborhood in June and July before the election promoting these 4 candidates. Contact us at the email address below!

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Something to think about:

Prescott Valley doubled in population (US Census) in 2000 from 24,461 people to in 2022 to 49,075.

We are getting 21% less rain/snow, 15.67” annually, vs 19.89” prior annual average.

In the future the town is planning to inject treated sewage water into the aquifers to make up for the lack of moisture. This increased water storage will be sold as water credits to developers for future building.

Road map of development: RoadMap.pdf.

We thank PV Citizen’s Alliance for their help and support!