- City Management
- John Heiney
- Community Outreach Manager
- City Hall
201 S Cortez St
Prescott has many professional local resources for your project, including equipment, craft services, crews, and talent. Please call the film office at 928-777-1204 with your needs.
If your project will include a drone, or Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS), we can generally accommodate you, although some limitations may exist. Please contact our office for information.
No. Productions are responsible for all costs associated with the project. For a list of companies that provide this service, please contact the Film Office.
Please advise the Film Office of the project and to determine whether or not a permit is necessary. Generally, projects that take place on public and/or City-owned property (i.e., sidewalks, streets, lakes and parks) within the City of Prescott require a permit. If you are uncertain, please call the Film Office and we can assist you.
The more time we have, the better we can assist you. Please call the Film Office as soon as you know you will be working in Prescott. Some locations require reservations or other advance arrangements.
Fees vary by location and the scope of the project. Please contact our office for information.
Special restrictions apply to this location. Please contact the Film Office for details.
Please contact us well in advance of your requested date. Filming on city streets may require additional preparation, neighborhood notification, parking/traffic plan, traffic control, barricades, etc. Some streets may require coordination with Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) or Yavapai County. We can assist you in identifying these locations.
A Certificate of Insurance is a document issued by an insurance company that shows insurance coverage exists, as well as types and limits. ALL projects are required to provide this document, no exceptions.
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