Why Live and Work Here?

Tired of the big city? Are you looking for short commutes, low crime, seasonal weather, hiking trails and a small town atmosphere? Welcome to Everybody’s Hometown.

What is there to do In Prescott? Check out Prescott’s tourism website.

Prescott is a great place to live and work. Hear it directly from our employees.

Chris“The people I work with strive to give good service to the city I’ve called home for over 34 years. Everyone here is cooperative with each other when assistance is needed. The City of Prescott still enjoys that small town feel.”
– Chris, Wastewater Operations

“I enjoy working at the City of Prescott because I get to work with a variety of specialized employees who take pride in their work. From day one, I have felt both welcomed and challenged here and I am comfortable knowing there will be opportunities for growth”
– Liz , Human Resources

“Without a doubt, the best part of my job is working with the awesome employees that the City of Prescott has. I am amazed at how physically demanding so many of the jobs are here and how hard our employees work.   I love learning what duties & functions other departments have and how it all fits into the “big picture” of keeping the City running.”
– Lori, Risk Management

“Working here is very challenging and very rewarding. I enjoy being able to provide a form of recreation that not many municipalities can provide to their citizens.”
– Albert, Antelope Hills Golf Course

“I like the ability to learn new processes on the job while providing awesome IT skills. I have excellent co-workers and enjoy the friendships that are created by working with other departments. The benefits are always great too”
– Jon, IT Department


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City of Prescott Seeks Public Input Regarding City Hall Redevelopment

Posted on July 23, 2021

Following the purchase of a new City Hall Building at 201 N. Montezuma Street, the city plans to pursue requests for qualifications (RFQ) and then requests for proposals (RFP) from the private sector on the redevelopment of the current City… Read more »

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