CONTACT

  • Historic Preservation
  • Cat Moody
  • Historic Preservation Specialist
  • City Hall

    201 S Cortez St

  • 928-777-1309

FAQ

  • Historical records regarding property can be obtained at City Hall, Sharlot Hall Museum Archives, the Yavapai County Recorder’s and Assessor’s Offices, Arizona State Archives and from other sources. Both the City of Prescott and Sharlot Hall Museum have handouts, which will help you with your research.

  • You must purchase a plaque. Yavapai Heritage Foundation has a National Register plaque program for property owners. You can contact Cat Moody at 777-1309 for more information.

  • Surveys of historic resources and National Register Nominations have been completed in several Prescott neighborhoods including East Prescott, West Prescott, Fleury’s Additions, Prescott Armory, South Prescott Townsite, Mile High Park, Joslin and Whipple, Whipple Heights and Pine Crest. Also, many outstanding structures located in several historic areas of Prescott were placed on the National Register in 1978 as part of a Multiple Resource area.The Prescott Preservation Commission and staff also work with neighborhood groups and other organizations to carry out special projects such as the Courthouse Plaza Historic Preservation District.

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Jon Brambila Named Prescott Deputy Police Chief

Posted on September 10, 2021

Prescott Police Chief Amy Bonney has named Lt. Jon Brambila to the position of Deputy Chief, effective September 19, 2021.  Brambila was selected out of a competitive internal process.  “Lt. Brambila is a proven law enforcement professional who knows our… Read more »

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