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The Prescott Chamber of Commerce is designed to provide you with a significant amount of information about our beautiful, idyllic community. We call Prescott “Everybody’s Hometown” because most people find something here that reminds them of where they grew up. To many, it is the historic County Courthouse, tree-lined plaza and surrounding shops in the downtown area. To others, it is the overall small-town charm and hospitality. People are friendly here, and you’ll notice it no matter where you are in our community.
The Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce promotes advancing a strong business climate and vibrant economy by being an advocate for business and a catalyst for community and economic development in the greater Flagstaff region.
The Prescott Farmers Market is every Saturday at the main parking lot at Yavapai College. The market runs from 7:30 to noon.
Prescott Valley’s Farmers Market is on Fridays at Tims Toyota Center from 4 to 7pm.
Chino Valley’s Farmers Market is on Thursdays in front of Bonn-Fire from 3 to 6pm.
It is the mission of the Coconino Humane Association to operate a humane and caring shelter that will give aid to unwanted, abandoned, and mistreated animals in Flagstaff and across northern Arizona. It is our goal to investigate cruelty and take appropriate action, to disseminate information of humane treatment of animals, and wherever possible to foster humane education throughout the northern Arizona area. We pride ourselves on being a voice for dogs, cats, and other domesticated animals in Coconino County.
Early in 1972 a small group of interested citizens of Prescott, Arizona met to form a society for the prevention of cruelty to animals. They named their new organization the Yavapai County Humane Society and on March 27th of that year incorporated under the laws of the State of Arizona. Lou Silverstein was one of the original founding members of the Yavapai Humane Society and first signature on the papers of incorporation.
• The development, promotion, and maintenance of a humane society in the city of Prescott and surrounding area of Yavapai County for the prevention of the cruelty to animals.
• The operation and maintenance of an animal shelter including but not limited to, boarding and medical facilities, and an animal adoption center.
• The promotion of all animal welfare, including legislation.
The Flagstaff Community Market (FCM) is a regional producers market that operates for growers and producers of agricultural and related products. The primary purpose of the Market is to support small and medium sized independent growers and producers by providing citizens with a local alternative to corporate and globalized food production.
This year do something really smart about your tax bill: Keep your tax dollars local! Any amount will help Prescott Unified School District students. Your tax credit goes directly to the school you choose, not to the state or district. There has never been a better time for you to help Prescott’s schoolchildren. Your donation must be made before December 31st to apply to the current year, so please claim your tax credit today by going to their website at www.prescottschools.com and print your form today!
In an attempt to discourage panhandling by individuals who use the cash they receive from donors to feed substance abuse problems while at the same time remaining compassionate to those with legitimate needs, participating businesses have joined together the the Flagstaff Police Department and the Shadows Foundation to develop a system that allows donors to buy vouchers for non-alcoholic and non-tobacco related goods at participating businesses.
The AARP Tax-Aide program offers tax preparations through April 15 in Prescott at the Prescott Gateway Mall, 3250 Gateway Blvd., inside by Sears, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays; at the Prescott Valley Public Library, 7401 E. Civic Circle, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays; and at the Chino Valley Senior Center, 1021 W. Butterfield Road, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays. For additional information, call 928-717-9444 or email *protected email*.