Census Update

Beginning August 11th, Census Bureau workers will begin Non-Response Follow Up in local neighborhoods. Should you receive a knock at your door, Census field workers have been trained in safety precautions due to COVID-19 by maintaining social distancing, staying outside of homes during visits, and assisting residents with their Census response using mobile devices that do not require the exchange of paper or physical materials.

Please note that Self-Response continues through August 31, 2020, so if you have not received a Census questionnaire and/or have not responded online, there is still time to do so and avoid having a Census worker show up in person. For additional assistance or information, please contact Community Development Director Bryn Stotler at 928-777-1317 or by email.

2020 Census

Welcome to the City of Prescott Census 2020 page. Here you will find links, fact sheets, videos and other information to help you learn more about the 2020 Census. Bryn Stotler, Director of Community Development, is the City’s key contact person for Census 2020.

Mayor Pro-Tem Billie Orr has been named by the Governor to be part of his state-wide team to help educate citizens about the 2020 Census. Governor Ducey’s office just launched its own “AZ Census 2020” page, highlighting the importance to Arizona to gain complete participation ( www.AZCensus2020.gov )

Come back often, as there will be new content and information shared on a regular basis.


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Fire Restrictions Lifted

Posted on July 28, 2020

WHEN:           August 1, 2020 at 8:00 a.m. WHERE:         The 42 square miles of the City of Prescott and the 365 square miles of the Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority. This includes the Towns of Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, Dewey/Humboldt,… Read more »

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