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Prescott Valley will select multiple codes for each solicitation, to best describe the scope of the solicitation, and often uses these NIGP codes:Public works, park equipment, and construction services……913 Construction services, heavy (includes maintenance and repair services)…………913-19 Construction, curb and gutter (includes maintenance, repair, and removal)…………913-27 Construction, highway and road…………913-36 Construction, parking lot and alley…………913-39 Construction, pipe culvert…………913-40 Construction, pipeline…………913-45 Construction, sewer and storm drain…………913-47 Construction, sidewalk and driveway (includes pedestrian and handicap ramps)…………913-50 Construction, street (major and residential) (includes restoration)…………913-56 Construction, utility/underground projects…………913-59 Construction and upgrades, wastewater treatment plant…………913-60 Construction, water system/plants, main and service line…………913-94 Paving/resurfacing, alley and parking lot…………913-95 Paving/resurfacing, highway and road…………913-96 Paving/resurfacing, street (major and residential)Public works, park equipment, and construction services……988 Roadside, grounds, recreational and park area services…………988-15 Fence installation, maintenance and repair…………988-63 Park area construction/renovation…………988-73 Playground equipment maintenance and repair (including installation and removal)…………988-75 Roadside maintenance services (including mowing, etc.)Public works, park equipment, and construction services……790 Seed, sod, soil, and inoculants…………790-02 Athletic field compositions (baseball infields, etc.)Miscellaneous commodities and services……906 Architectural services, professional…………906-07 Architect services, professional…………906-10 Buildings – architectural design…………906-25 Design build services…………906-56 Landscape architectureMiscellaneous commodities and services……925 Engineering services, professional…………925-17 Civil engineering…………925-28 Drainage engineering…………925-33 Engineer services, professional…………925-46 Geotechnical engineering…………925-49 Highways; streets; airport pay-parking lots – engineering…………925-70 Municipal engineering…………925-83 Sanitary engineering…………925-93 Traffic and transportation engineering…………925-95 Utilities (gas, steam, electric)/engineering…………925-96 Waste water treatment engineering…………925-97 Water supply, treatment, and distribution/engineering
Capital Equipment is defined as machinery and equipment that has a cost of at least $3,000, and a useful life of at least 1 year.
A Capital Improvement Project is public infrastructure, land and construction, that has a cost of at least $25,000, and a useful life of at least 2 years.
"CIP" is an acronym for "Capital Improvement Project"..
Funding for Capital Outlay is from a variety of sources including, but not limited to: the General Fund, the Enterprise Fund (from your water bill), the Streets One-Third Cent Sales Tax, and Special Revenue Funds, such as: the Replacement Fund, the Highway Users Revenue Fund (HURF) (our allocation of the state "gas tax"), the Donation Fund, the Grant Fund, and the Development Impact Fee Fund (from the sales of new homes).
These funds may also receive funding from such sources as grants, bonds, loans, and cash reserves..
Here is an example of a typical project timeline:1 - The need is identified, and sometimes includes studies and models.2 - The project scope and schedule is determined.3 - Funding is secured.4 - A designer is selected, and design commences.5 - Surveying, soils studies, traffic studies, etc. are performed, as needed.6 - Land is acquired, if necessary.7 - Design is completed, estimates are refined, and necessary permits are obtained.8 - The project is bid, and a contractor is hired to begin the work.9 - The project is built, with inspection oversight and testing.10 - The new infrastructure is approved, and the warranty period begins.11 - The Town accepts ownership, and begins operations and maintenance..
Typically, the Town uses a traditional "Design-Bid-Build" procurement process to hire designers and contractors. This means that designers are selected on their qualifications, and contractors are hired by low bid.
As required, the Town advertises bids and RFQs, in the local newspaper - and you will typically see these advertisement in the newspaper legal section on Sundays..
Visit our Employment page for more information about our application process and open opportunities.
Visit our Town Council page for information about meeting dates, times, and locations, including what items are coming up on the agenda.
Check out our Voter Registration and Qualifications page to find out how you can register to vote.
Community Legal Services - (928) 445-9240 Volunteer Lawyers Program - (800) 852-9075 Arizona State Univ. Law School Clinic - (480) 965-6968 Arizona Senior Citizens Law Project - (602) 252-6710
Contact the Yavapai County Clerk of Superior Court at 928-771-3314.
Court Clerk, Magistrate Court - (928) 772-8277Town Prosecutor - (928) 759-3030
Yavapai County Courthouse - (928) 771-3100Prescott Justice Court - (928) 771-3300Yavapai County Attorney's Office - (928) 771-3344Victim Witness Program - (928) 771-3485Bad Check Program - (928) 771-3490
Yes. You are permitted to bring a life jacket as long as it is U.S. Coast Guard approved. We do offer free rentals of life jackets at the facility on a first come first served basis. Any life jackets that are not U.S. Coast Guard approved will not be permitted. We do not allow any other type of flotation devices such as inflatable rafts, rings, loungers, water wings or other flotation devices and they will not be allowed in to the facility.
The splash pad is on during Open Swim sessions (1pm – 4:30pm) Monday through Sunday and also during Family Night sessions (6:30pm to 8:00pm) on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The Splash pad will not be turned on during any other programs and it is not available for rental.
The pool is available for rent Friday’s 6:00pm to 10:00pm and Saturday and Sunday from 5:00pm to 10:00pm. The cost for the rental will be dependent upon the length of your rental and how many people that you anticipate being in attendance. Every rental has to be a minimum of 2 hours long with a minimum of 3 lifeguards on duty. A $100.00 refundable deposit is due to hold your date. Please stop by the pool to fill out an agreement.
No. Pool passes or refunds will not be issued due to weather related occurrences no matter what length of time you have been at the pool because the weather is out of our control. We will close the facility for the required amount of time and do our very best to get you back into the pool; however, we will not allow anyone back into the facility until it is safe to do so.
Our season ends in the beginning of August to adjust for the beginning of the school year. With students returning to their classes our staffing levels diminish. We also host the Bradshaw Mountain High School swim team for practice and swim meets. We offer Aqua Aerobics and Lap swim through the end of August to the general public. Please review our Post season schedule and consider the opportunity to rent out the facility.
No. We are not able to offer Lifeguard classes to the public due to our programming schedule.
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These types of sales are not allowed on town property. You can give out business cards, flyers, brochures, door prize giveaways and free samples; however no means of purchase is allowed.
Only panning is allowed. If there is no water flow you can dry pan. If you prefer to pan with water you will have to haul in your own water by hand. You are allowed to dig in the creek bed and the shore line provided you replace the soil. Do not damage any plant roots or remove large rocks. Sluice boxes and Dredgers of any kind are strictly prohibited. 10-02-010 Trespass on Town Property. A. It is unlawful for any person to willfully commit any trespass upon Town-owned or leased lands by either cutting down, destroying or injuring any kind of wood or timber growing upon the lands, or digging, taking or carrying away any earth or soil lying or being upon the lands, or under the surface thereof, or to remove any other materials or objects from the Town-owned or leased land or property, except as follows: 1. Gold panning and metal detecting may continue within the boundaries of Fain Park, so long as such activity is limited to - a. use of gold pans, metal detectors, and hand tools such as picks and shovels [use of motorized or mechanical equipment or mining aids (e.g. sluice boxes, dry washers, gold screws, gold bugs, rocker boxes, wheel barrows or other devices designed to increase production above that level obtained with gold pans and hand tools) is prohibited]; b. excavations made below the high water mark of the stream channel that do not damage or disturb root systems of live vegetation and are filled in before the area is left; c. day use [no fires, washing of utensils, or camping is permitted as part of the activity, all trash is to be disposed of in marked receptacles, and Park restrooms are to be used instead of depositing or burying human waste in the Park]; and d. use of metal detectors to locate mineral deposits such as gold and silver [it is not permitted to use metal detectors in Fain Park to search for treasure trove, to locate historical and prehistorical artifacts and features, or to search for recent coins and lost metal objects]. 2. Historical presentations related to mining activity in the area may continue within the boundaries of Fain Park, so long as such presentations are limited to: a. those made by bona fide historical organizations during Town-sponsored or approved activities in the Park.
April 1 - September 30 - 5:00am to 10:00pmOctober 1 - March 31 - 7:00am to 10:00pm
No, the parks do not have BBQ grills as there is no method for safe disposal of charcoal or wood debris at the parks. This is especially important during the fire restriction periods. Please see the Central Yavapai Fire District's website for more information and dates for fire restrictions.
April 1 – September 30 – 5:00am to 10:00pmOctober 1 – March 31 - 7:00am to 10:00pm
Yes, our pickleball courts are located at Santa Fe Station Park, 6751 E. Santa Fe Loop Road. Tennis courts are available for public use at Bradshaw Mountain High School West Campus located at 6000 E. Long Look Drive.
We recommend determining where the barking dog location is and attempting to make contact with its owner first. Often, a neighbor-to-neighbor approach is most appropriate and the 1st level towards gaining change. Next, is a phone call to Animal Control at 928-772-5154. Leave the information requested and an ACO will return your call.
PetData click here administers Prescott Valley dog licensing. Visit their website to license your dog.
The Property and Evidence Unit is located at the Prescott Valley Police Operations Building, 7601 Skoog Boulevard. To claim property contact 928-772-9261 to schedule an appointment. Any found property brought into the police station will be held for 90 days. Every attempt will be made to locate and contact the rightful owner of the property. After the 90 day period has elapsed, unclaimed property items are released to the finder, auctioned or destroyed. The following items cannot be claimed: contraband, obscene material, credit cards or personal identification of another person.
You can pay your bill at the Civic Center at the cashier window. The address is 7501 East Skoog Boulevard, Prescott Valley. Payments placed in the drop box will be posted the next business day. You can also mail your payment to: Prescott Valley Water System, P.O. Box 5165, Harlan IA 51593-0665.
Your bill is due and payable on or before the due date printed on the bill. Your payment may be made by these methods:Mail - Send a check or money order in the enclosed envelope with the bottom portion of your bill.Do not send cash.
Night Drop Box - For your after-hours convenience, we have a drop box located in the parking lot in front of the Civic Center. Place your payment stub and check or money order in a clearly marked envelope with your name and address on it. Payments deposited after 3pm are posted the next business day.
On-line - We accept credit card payments through our Web site at Online Bill Pay. Payments made after 3pm are posted the next business day.
Over The Phone - We accept debit/credit card payments (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express) over the phone at 928-759-3120. Please have your Town account number and debit/credit card information ready.
In Person - We accept cash, checks, money orders and debit or credit cards at the Civic Center at the 2nd floor Cashier Window.
Bank Draft - You can have your utility bill automatically deducted from your checking or savings account. Please contact the Customer Accounts Division at 928-759-3020 for details. You must complete a form with your account information and furnish us with a voided check. The form is available in our office, on the Web site or we can mail it to you.
Your water bill is due 20 days after the billing date. Late payments will be assessed a penalty. If you are paying your bill on or near the due date, it is recommended that you pay your bill in person at the Civic Center (7501 East Skoog Boulevard - 2nd floor cashier window) to avoid the late penalty and disconnect.
You can prepay your account before you leave based on your average monthly bill. However, if this does not cover the actual charges before you return, you could be subject to penalties due to late payments and disconnect. Just send your payment to: Prescott Valley Water System, P.O. Box 5165, Harlan IA 51593-0665.
The account will bill against the credit. You can also sign up for automatic payment deduction of your bill through your bank account.
The Arizona Department of Revenue collects Prescott Valley tax along with the State and Yavapai County. Report and pay your Prescott Valley tax online at www.aztaxes.gov.
The region code for Prescott Valley is “PL” and "YAV" denotes Yavapai County. The business classes and codes are viewable by clicking on the link on this Transaction Privilege Tax webpage.
The Town endeavors to provide the best customer service possible. To that end, our staff will provide answers to your tax questions. However, please be advised that we are not bound by oral advice given by Town staff members. If you have questions, please contact our TPT department at 928-759-3132 or email email@example.com.
Use Tax is levied on retail purchases from out-of-state vendors, and is generally noted as “sales” tax on the vendor’s invoice. It was enacted with the specific intent to prevent unfair competition from out-of-state vendors. If the out-of-state vendor does not specifically charge the use (or “sales”) tax, then the Arizona purchaser is responsible for remitting the tax. The Arizona rate for Use Tax is 6.6% and the Town of Prescott Valley rate is 2.83%.
Use tax is also levied on businesses that purchase items for resale and subsequently use those items internally instead of selling them, i.e. "Use Tax From Inventory."
When you phone in an emergency you will be asked to identify as much as you can about the source of the problem. Your service area maintenance contractor will dispatch a technician immediately depending on the severity. Action taken will also depend on the severity of the emergency. Please note after hours fees may apply.
Locate your water shut-off valve and turn it counterclockwise until it stops. Shut-off valves may be located by your water heater or close to your meter.