One will be In Person at City Hall, One will be Virtual
The Prescott Fire Department will host two public meetings to hear input from citizens and businesses about fire service needs in Prescott. Prescott Fire Chief Holger Durre will kick-off each of the session with remarks on his plans to assess and respond to changing needs for public safety in Prescott. He will be joined by Douglas Griffen, a facilitator from the Advanced Strategy Center, who will pose a series of questions about Prescott today and into the future and gain community feedback on expectations for fire and community safety in the future.
The sessions are scheduled as follows:
• SESSION 1: Monday, June 20, 5:00pm – 6:00pm, in person, at the Prescott City Council Chamber, 201 South Cortez. This session is designed primarily for citizen input and will be open discussion format.
• SESSION 2: Tuesday, June 21, 12:00pm – 1:00pm, virtual/online session. This virtual session is designed primarily for business/organization input and will be a series of questions using a collaborative real-time platform where our participants can respond simultaneously via their laptop or tablet.
No RSVP is required for the in person session on Monday, however they just ask that participants be in attendance by 5:00 pm, so they can begin the input session on time. For the online/virtual session, please RSVP to Fire Chief Durre at firstname.lastname@example.org with name/email and you will receive an access link from the Advanced Strategy Center at email@example.com. Each link is a private/secure access link that you will use via your computer/laptop browser. You will also be joining an audio call for the Chief’s opening comments and guidance by our facilitator.
“These input sessions are an important opportunity to get your feedback about Prescott’s future and how the Prescott Fire Department can continue to serve our community as the community grows and changes,” said Chief Durre. For more information, contact Prescott Fire Department administration at 928-777-1700.