Code Enforcement

The Town Codes are adopted to promote the public health, safety, comfort, and welfare of the town, to conserve and protect land and building values, and to preserve the aesthetic beauty of the community.

Enforcement Process


Code enforcement officers routinely check all areas of Prescott Valley for code violations. When a code violation is noted or a report of a code violation is made to Community Development (928-759-3050), the alleged violation is inspected within 3 days. Within 1 week, a postcard is sent to the recorded deeded owner requesting correction of the code violation(s) with 10 days to comply. If there is no response to the 1st notice, a 2nd letter is sent allowing 15 days to correct the code violation(s). If correction is not made, the property owner will be issued a citation summoning the owner to appear before an administrative hearing officer. Individuals refusing to comply with Town Code are subject to fines, liens and abatement. Any unpaid fines are sent to collections.
 

Zoning


To find zoning information:
  1. Go to the Yavapai County Interactive Web Mapping website
  2. Input the parcel number or physical address on the right side
  3. Click "Search"
  4. At the bottom right click "Permits"
  5. You will see "Building"
  6. "Building" pertains to Building Permits issued for that property
  7. Click on the more/less to view all permits
  

Making Prescott Valley Better


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Stay Informed


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