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Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli touched on several topics in his Facebook updates, providing important information to residents of Prescott, Arizona.
Here is the update of October 18, 2021
Here are some of the things I will mention today:
- Yavapai College Art Faculty Exhibition
- Prescott Fire Chief Dennis Light
- Prescott Police Law Enforcement
- Blooming Hills coyote incident
- Dump the Drugs event
- Veterans Day Parade
- Nonprofit Highlight: Prescott Police Foundation
Yavapai College Art Faculty Exhibition
Yavapai College Art Faculty Exhibition
The Whiskey Row Wine Festival will take place on Saturday at the Mile High football field
Willy Wonka by Roald Dahl – Family Theater
Heritage Festival “Celebrating Our Roots”
Find more information and events on the Prescott Chamber website!
Prescott Fire Chief Dennis Light
Prescott Fire Department Chief Dennis Light has announced plans to retire on February 1, 2022.
As the Prescott Fire Chief, Dennis has served his community with distinction for the past several years.
Due to some of its accomplishments the city has a significantly improved fire protection rating, the Prescott Fire Department is the only organization to be internationally / nationally accredited by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International and the equipment of first line of fire has been updated.
On behalf of the City Council and myself, I want to congratulate Chief Light and wish him the best in his next endeavors. We will miss him.
Learn more about Chef Dennis Light.
Prescott Police Law Enforcement
The Road Safety Section of the Prescott Police Department is conducting additional traffic checks on Willow Creek Road and Rosser Street, looking for speeding offenders and dangerous and reckless violations. It is their goal to slow down traffic in order to reduce serious traffic accidents.
It’s easy to avoid tickets – just drive safely and within the speed limits!
Blooming Hills coyote incident
Yesterday morning, the Prescott Police Department received a report of a coyote biting a citizen in the Blooming Hills area. Animal Control Officers and Arizona Game and Fish are looking for the coyote right now.
Here are some guidelines from Arizona Game and Fish:
What should I do if a coyote approaches me?
- REMEMBER, HUMANS ARE DOMINANT AND MUST ACT THAT WAY.
- NEVER approach or attempt to capture a coyote.
- Show that you are dominant by keeping eye contact with the animal.
- Shout or make loud noises with whistles, blaring music, or banging on pots and pans.
- Encourage the coyotes to leave by spraying with a hose, throwing sticks or stones near them, or shaking a box full of coins or stones.
- Don’t stimulate a coyote’s hunting instincts by running.
- Pick up small pets.
Protect small children so that they don’t panic and run.
Act as broad and threatening as possible. Use your arms and legs aggressively, or wave an object towards the animal.
Small children can be threatened by coyotes. However, in Arizona, it’s rare for a coyote to bite a human. If you see this coyote, leave it alone and call 911 to report the sighting.
It is your responsibility to know the laws. COYOTES MAY ONLY BE CAPTURED OR KILLED BY SOMEONE WITH APPROPRIATE LICENSE from the Arizona Department of Fish and Game, or for self-defense or another person’s defense.
Learn more about Arizona Game and Fish’s Coyote Safety.
Dump the Drugs event
On Saturday October 23, MATFORCE and local law enforcement are hosting a âDump the Drugsâ event, so you can safely and easily dispose of your unused and expired medications. Please do not flush them down the toilet, as they end up in our groundwater, lakes and rivers.
Bring the drugs to the Prescott Police Department at 222 S. Marina Street in Prescott from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Saturdays, or other locations listed on the leaflet.
Learn more about the Dump the Drugs event
Veterans Day Parade
Just a reminder, mark your calendars, November 11 is the Veterans Day Parade, in honor of our WWII veterans. This year’s theme is âHonoring WWII Veterans, A Grateful Nation Salutes the Greater Generationâ.
The opening ceremonies take place at 10:30 a.m. and the parade will start at 11 a.m.
Individuals, companies and groups interested in participating in the parade are requested to return their registration form no later than October 22, 2021, to ensure proper staging and information prior to the event.
Learn more about the 2021 Veterans Day Parade.
Nonprofit Highlight: Prescott Police Foundation
The Prescott Police Foundation is a local 501 (c) (3) organization that supports the community and the Prescott Police Department, including:
- Prescott K-9s and their unit and events
- Citizens on Patrol
- PHS scholarships
- Purchases of equipment and supplies not budgeted for
- Shopping with a cop
They are having a very special event this Saturday in Williamson Valley: a tour of Harley Dave’s incredible vehicle collection. David Mohlenbruk, also known as Harley Dave, has spent his life collecting cars, trucks, motorcycles and more, all housed in several buildings on his Williamson Valley estate. Spend the day strolling around the property viewing this incredible collection. There will also be K-9 demonstrations, vendors and food trucks and live music.
The event is not open to the public, but tickets are available for purchase. The Prescott Police Foundation is a great organization to support!
Learn more about the Prescott Police Foundation.
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