The City of Prescott website adheres to web standards. This means that our website is usable in all web browsers. The site will appear as intended in all modern browsers and will degrade gracefully in older browsers. If for some reason you are having difficulty viewing or using our website please feel free to contact our Web Developer.
If you are viewing this site with an older (pre-5.0) browser you will see an unstyled (basically text-only) version of the site. If you would prefer to view the fully styled version of this site, we suggest that you download one of these free, modern browsers:
The City of Prescott has made various documents avialable to the public on this website. If you are having problems downloading and viewing these documents please be sure that you have the necessary application for viewing the various document types (the applications listed below are available for free):
- Portable Document Format (.pdf)
- Microsoft Word (.doc)
If you are having difficulty downloading and viewing any document, you may want to try right-clicking (or Ctrl-clicking) the link to the document and choosing “Save Target As...” (or something similar such as “Save Link As...” or “Download Linked File”). This will save the file to your computer and you can open it outside of your web browser using a program such as Adobe Acrobat Reader.
You can choose to print any page on the City of Prescott website and it will automatically be formatted for printing. This is achieved by attaching a print stylesheet to each page on this website.
RSS (which stands for Really Simple Syndication) allows you to use a news reader or feed aggregator to gather up various news sources found throughout the web. The City of Prescott has made a City News feed and a City Events feed available in RSS 2.0 format. If you are interested in trying out a news reader, take a look at the applications below:
- Google Reader (Web-based, platform-independent)
- Bloglines (Web-based, platform-independent)
- NetNewsWire (Mac)
- NewsFire (Mac)
- FeedReader (Windows)
- FeedDemon (Windows)
If your news reader of choice doesn't automatically recognize these feeds, you may have to manually add them to your news reader by copying and pasting the link to the City News feed or the City Events feed.
We've implemented something called a CAPTCHA in order to control spam on our website. A CAPTCHA (for Completely Automated Turing Test To Tell Computers and Humans Apart) is a way to determine that a real live human is submitting a form on our website.
Contact our Web Developer
If you have questions, comments or suggestions regarding the City of Prescott website, please contact our Web Developer.