City of Prescott Rolls Out Prescott’s Best Program

The City of Prescott has launched a program named Prescott’s Best, to recognize outstanding achievements, longevity, contributions to the community and commitment to Prescott’s quality of life, by Prescott businesses.   

“We have so many great businesses in Prescott,” said Mayor Greg Mengarelli. “This is just a small way we can recognize them, and thank them for their investment in our City.”

To recognize a business as one of “Prescott’s Best,” it’s easy to apply!  Eligible businesses may be nominated by completing and submitting a nomination form.  Any person or entity can make a nomination and self-nominations are welcomed.  Forms are available at Prescott City Hall and online at www.prescott-az.gov or www.prescottbiz.com

“Prescott’s Best” businesses will be randomly drawn throughout the year from a pool of eligible candidates, when a sufficient number of entries are received.  Businesses receiving the “Prescott’s Best” designation will receive a certificate from the City of Prescott, and may be invited to a city council meeting and/or receive a visit from city officials.  “Prescott’s Best” businesses may also receive acknowledgment through the City’s website, and social media channels. 

Additional information on eligibility and the program can be found online at www.prescott-az.gov or www.prescottbiz.com.  For more information, contact Wendy Bridges, Economic Development Coordinator for the City of Prescott at 928-777-1204, or email wendy.bridges@prescott-az.gov.

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  • John Heiney
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