Community Information - Chino Valley, Prescott, Prescott Valley and Dewey-Humboldt
Prescott remains the County Seat of Yavapai County which includes the cities of Prescott Valley and Chino Valley among others. With its Victorian style homes it is considered to be one of the most Midwestern appearing cities in the Southwest and there are over 800 buildings in the city of Prescott on the National Register of Historic Places.
Chino Valley is the site of the first Territorial Capital of Arizona. “Chino” is the Spanish name for the abundant curly grama grass that grows in the area. U.S. Army Cavalry Lt. Amiel W. Whipple gave the town its name.
Prescott Valley, formerly known as Lonesome Valley, was settled by ranchers in the 1880s. Surrounded by the Prescott Valley National Forest. Its elevation is 5,100 feet and it offers mild seasons and a variety of activities.
Duey-Humbolt is located in the Agua Fria River Valley. It was incorporated in 2004 from the two unincorporated neighboring towns of Dewey and Humbolt.
With the abundance of mild climate and breathtaking scenery the Quad cities offer outdoor activities in the nearby Prescott National Forest, mountains, rivers and lakes. There are also trails for hiking and mountains for skiing making the area a diverse environment for outdoor activities.
Check out the Quad cities, Chino Valley, Prescott, Prescott Valley and Dewey and Humbolt where living takes on a whole new meaning!
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Todd was patient and diligent with our searchSteve & Holly N., Prescott City Manager from 2003-2011
Amber was incredibly patient with my lack of knowledge regarding land purchase, and stayed in constant contact throughout the process. The Team understood how important this purchase was to us and we are so grateful to them for helping us complete our property.Hilary & Joseph C.
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