“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
“Windows and Doors have been a proud member of the Prescott Valley business community for over 16 years and many of our employees started in the 80’s and 90’s. We have a dedicated workforce with a strong work ethic and our average tenure is over 12 years.
We have watched Prescott Valley grow up around us and we have great relations with the Town of Prescott Valley and the local business community. You cannot beat the ideal 4 season climate and the many recreational activities (biking, hiking, fishing, hunting, and RV’ing) that are located in and around our community.”
— Mike, General Manager, MI Windows & Doors
“When I came here in 1996 I had lived and worked in many other states and overseas. I would come here to vacation. When I had the opportunity to transfer here I didn’t hesitate. I have not been sorry. Prescott Valley is not just a great place to live but also to do business. The Town has a business-friendly government which I was not used to after working all over the West Coast. I work with great people who care not only for our company but for the community as well. Prescott Valley has been developed in the right way. It didn’t exist that long ago but has been planned and constructed in a way that provides all the resources needed but still has that small town feeling.”
— Mel, Plant Manager, Printpack, Inc.
“Superior Industries has been blessed to be located in Prescott Valley. The town management is very business friendly and always ready to help us grow. The area has a good selection of workforce to support that growth. We have added on to our building and operations twice since starting here 10 years ago, and plan to grow more in the future.”
— Lane, Division Operations Manager, Superior Industries, Inc.
“Prescott Aerospace has been in Prescott Valley for over 30 years. During that time we have constructed 2 new buildings and had 3 additions. The Town has been very supportive and always provided timely responses to our requests that helped us control our construction costs and allowed us to meet our construction timeline.”
— Mike, President/General Manager, Prescott Aerospace, Inc.
On April 10, 2018, Fain Land and Cattle launched a fundraising effort to begin dealing with the issue of homelessness in the region. The organization is donating a market steer for raffle. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to help homeless families and individuals in the community. There will be three winners and the drawing will take place the evening of May 12, 2018, during Prescott Valley Days’ Ranch to Table event.
To date, Fain Land and Cattle have already raised $8,500 through corporate donations from The Jewish Community Foundation, Dorn Homes and Universal Homes at Granville. Corporate donations are still being accepted as individual donations via raffle ticket purchases will continue through May 11, 2018.
“Prescott Valley is an exciting community and one to watch in the state of Arizona, and it is getting even better by the day!
Over the past decade, over 1.2 million square feet of new commercial development was added. Our economic base is sound and outperforms the national economy. We have grown to be the largest, youngest and fastest growing municipality in Yavapai County with a present growth rate of 300 to 400 homes per year along with strong business growth.
We welcome you and will work to help you have a superior business experience.
—Mayor Harvey C. Skoog
Click on our newest marketing magazine for a comprehensive look at Prescott Valley and our region.”
Prescott Valley is located 87 miles north of Phoenix and is the Gateway Community of the Quad-City region of North Central Arizona. More businesses and people are choosing to relocate to Prescott Valley. Increasing opportunities for jobs and business start-ups have contributed to the 166% population gain of Prescott Valley over the last decade.
The size of the town is only 37.5 square miles but is the largest, youngest, and fastest growing municipality in Yavapai County with a strong economic base. Quality educational facilities, including 4 local colleges and universities, are nearby. The area is diverse and viewed as a quiet, safe community and is ranked #2 as one of the best places to build in Arizona.