Today: Feb 26 , 2020

City of Prescott Statement Regarding Winter Weather
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10 January 2020   John Heiney
Snow from last December.

It snowed more than expected last night!

PRESCOTT, AZ (January 10 – 7:30 a.m.) – City of Prescott crews are currently fully operational, clearing major streets at this time.  Conditions are reported to be extremely icy and hazardous in many locations. 

The City urges citizens who do not have to travel to stay off the roads, to allow emergency services and plows to do their jobs. If you must travel, please allow plenty of extra time and exercise extreme caution.

There will be plowing updates on the City of Prescott Facebook page and website later this morning. Go to presott-az.gov, and click on Snow Plowing Information for updates.

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City of Prescott Facilities

City of Prescott offices and the Prescott Public Library will be  open today.

Public Safety 

Police and Fire Departments are responding to emergency calls as they come in.  The Fire Department is working with Lifeline Ambulance, allowing for appropriate emergency response as needed.

Prescott Regional Airport

Prescott Regional Airport is currently closed due to icy conditions as of 6:30 a.m.   All commercial air passengers travelling to or from Prescott Regional Airport (PRC) today can monitor their flight status at www.United.com , or by calling United reservations at 800-United1 (864-8331).  Airport staff is prepared and will be standing by to conduct snow removal at the airport as needed.  Airport and Flight Status updates will be posted on the Prescott Regional Airport Facebook page and website at www.prcairport.com as it becomes available.  

Additional Information

  •  Prescott Unified School District is on a 2-Hour Delay this morning.
  •  Yavapai County Emergency Management.  Go to their Facebook Page – Yavapai County Emergency Management or @YCOEM
  •  ADOT traffic information.   For real-time highway conditions statewide, visit ADOT's Traveler Information Site at www.az511.gov, follow ADOT on Twitter (@ArizonaDOT) or call 511, except while driving.  

For more information from ADOT go to: https://azdot.gov/about/transportation-safety/weather/know-snow-and-ice 

  •  APS reporting for down lines and power outages.

Outage Hotline (Available 24/7) 602-371-3680 (855-688-2437) 

Or go to https://www.aps.com/en/Utility/Outage/Outage-Center