The Town of Prescott Valley follows a “three-legged stool” approach to economic development. The first two legs of the stool are the Prescott Valley Economic Development Foundation which focuses on manufacturing and industrial business attraction as well as some aspects of business retention and expansion and the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce which also focuses on business retention and expansion as well as tourism. The third leg in the three-legged stool approach is the Town of Prescott Valley’s Economic Development Department which focuses entirely on commercial and retail business attraction. While folks across all business sectors, residents and non-residents may find this website and the information contained herein to be useful, the focus of this website is related to the retail/commercial aspects of economic development in Prescott Valley.
*US Census Bureau August 2018
Every community claims to be business friendly but their reputations rarely live up to the claim. Prescott Valley has a fantastic reputation with developers, brokers and builders across Arizona as being one of the easiest to work with and customer-focused municipalities in the state. We take pride in rapidly serving our community- both residents and businesses. Our fast-tracked approval processes will never hold up your construction schedule with properly submitted permits issued as quickly as two weeks, without ever cutting corners.
“Prescott Valley has proven over the years to be the most efficient and construction friendly community in the State of Arizona. This is evidenced by their rapid turnaround of building plans, contractor-sensible inspections and their overall sense of urgency in building their community. It has been a pleasure to work with the Town of Prescott Valley.” — Jeff Allen, President
Kitchell Development Company
“We discovered that Prescott Valley’s building permit processes expedited the construction of our hospital and allowed us to begin serving the community significantly sooner than traditional permitting would have allowed. Prescott Valley has proven to be a great place to do business.” — John Amos, President & CEO
Yavapai Regional Medical Center
“We are building a community and downtown commercial area from a clean slate. We have found the Prescott Valley government to be an outstanding partner due to their understanding of development and construction needs. A culture and history of partnering with and assisting the private sector has served this community extremely well.” — Brad Fain, CEO
Fain Signature Group
Vacant land is available for sale and development within a well-established, grocery
The Town of Prescott Valley’s central business district (CBD) has been designated
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