Local Quad Cities Area Information
Prescott, Arizona – Located at elevation 5300 ft, with a population of 59,000 Prescott’s perfect weather and breathtaking landscapes has gained some major accolades. There are two universities, two accredited colleges and several satellite colleges in this beautiful city. And with 450 miles of trails, five lakes, restaurants and shopping, there is plenty to do for everyone. Prescott Municipal Airport offers daily flights to the major hubs of Los Angeles (LAX) and Denver (DEN) with connections WORLDWIDE.
Prescott Valley, Arizona
Prescott Valley, Arizona – Located at 5100’ elevation just 8 miles east of Prescott, this family oriented, culturally diverse community of almost 46,000 residence is one of Arizona’s fastest growing cities. The present housing growth rate of 500-600 new homes each year has made it the fastest growing, largest and youngest city in Yavapai County.
Prescott Valley also boasts a record of achievement operating entirely on revenues and not borrowing money to meet operating needs. And Prescott Valley is home to Yavapai Regional Medical Center East.
Chino Valley, Arizona
Chino Valley, Arizona – A more rural lifestyle made up of ranches and farms and housing developments with forever views and rolling hills, the residence here enjoy a laid back way of life. Located at 4656’ elevation, the approximately 11,000 residence experience lower humidity, 300 days of sunshine, a winery that is open seasonally and local shopping services. And yes, the antelope do play here!
Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona – This quiet little town of just 4300 residents is located in the high desert of Northern Arizona, 85 miles north of Phoenix and 12 miles east of Prescott. The town locals enjoy a mild four season climate which includes an occasional snowfall during the winter months.