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New Economic Development Coordinator for the Town

The Town of Prescott Valley has recently hired a new Economic Development Coordinator to primarily focus on attracting new businesses to town. Cutter Chamberlain might be new to the position but not new to the area. Living in the quad-city area from 1995 until 2006 Cutter has seen the transformation of Prescott Valley and commercial growth that the town is continuing to see. Mr. Chamberlain has an Associates Degree in Political Science from Arizona Western College, a Bachelors in Management from Grand Canyon University and is set to complete his Master's in Public Administration in November of this year. Mr. Chamberlain is focused on trying to fill the empty retail spaces in town while at the same time reaching out to grocers in hopes that they will come tour Prescott Valley to potentially open a new store. “There are really two unserved areas in town which is the Viewpoint and Pronghorn Ranch subdivisions north of 89A and the Quailwood subdivision right off of Hwy 69,” Chamberlain said. These are two areas that the Town and Mr. Chamberlain feel would benefit the residents most and would cut drive time down for many shoppers. Economic Development Update 2021 Projects in town are continuing to move forward and will be soon opening their doors for business. New businesses include: Popeyes Chicken, Alliance Home Improvement Center, Discount Tire, A&W Restaurant, WZ Asian Bistro, Buckle, Rosas Pizzeria and more coming soon. Sales tax revenue for the Town is up 15% from 2020 and continues to increase.  
Annual daily traffic on State Routes Hwy 69 & Hwy 89A (numbers reflect vehicles per day):  
Prescott Valley continues to grow at a 15% growth rate with many Single and Multi-Family homes planned and will be continuing to develop over the next few years. The newest planned subdivision is Jasper, a 1,200-acre master plan community that has already started building homes and is set to build 3,500 Single Family Homes at the time of its buildout. PV currently rates as #9 on the list of safest cities in Arizona and continues to be a great place to live and raise a family. With over 30+ community parks, 24+ trails for hiking and many community events happening all throughout the year, Prescott Valley is an ideal place to live for families and retirees. The Town of Prescott Valley’s Economic Development Department is dedicated to attracting new business, assisting established businesses in town with retention/expansion and showcasing what an overall great place Prescott Valley is to live, work, shop and do business.

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