Area is comprised of the north central Arizona towns of Prescott, Prescott
Valley, Chino Valley and the Dewey-Humboldt area. The four towns are about an
hour and a half’s drive north of Phoenix and southwest of Flagstaff. Sitting at
elevations between 4,600 and 5,300 feet, the area enjoys a mostly mild climate
with a smattering of snow in the winter. There's plenty for businesses to like about the Quad-City Area
including the region's location, education systems, robust business resources
and ample infrastructure.
Prescott is the westernmost of the three cities, has the largest population
with about 43,500 people and touts the highest elevation at 5,368 feet. The seat of
Arizona's Yavapai County, Prescott encompasses part of the Yavapai-Prescott
Indian Tribe reservation. Just seven miles east of Prescott is Prescott
Valley with 45,750 residents and an elevation of 5,100 feet. Of the four towns,
Dewey-Humboldt is closest to Interstate 17, just another 9 miles north of
Prescott Valley is Chino Valley. The community of 4,168 is a little more than
20 miles south of Interstate 40.
Several of the Kindergarten-12th grade public/charter schools in the area are
rated by the U.S. Department of Education as "excelling" and
"highly performing." The county operates an extensive vocational
education program through its Mountain Institute - Joint Technical Education
Department. In addition to K-12 systems, the area has a number of college and university
College, a small liberal arts school
College, a community college offering 60 areas of study
Aeronautical University's western campus
Arizona University extension, offering bachelors and master's degree programs
are a number of business resources available to local merchants and
manufacturers. The Prescott Economic Development Foundation has a variety of
resources and information for businesses, including wage/benefit surveys,
demographic information, labor availability reports, assistance from Service
Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) and the Yavapai College Small Business
Development Center. The City of Prescott also maintains economic development
information such as asset inventory to assist local business operations.
All four towns are conveniently located near major interstates and
regional/state highways. To the north of the towns, running east/west is
Interstate 40. State Highway 89 runs through Chino Valley and Prescott,
while Prescott Valley sits in the path of State Highways 69 and 89A. To
the south is Interstate 10 and to the east is Interstate 17. The area is served
by Prescott Municipal Airport and is just 90 minutes from Phoenix International
The Quad-City Area averages about 300 sunny days each year, making it a great
environment for outdoor recreation and activities. Prescott Valley is about 10
minutes away from Prescott National Forest and is the home of a 5,100-seat
event center. There are abundant lakes, parks and golf courses in the area, as
With all of the amenities the Quad-City Area has to offer, its no wonder the
area is a coveted spot for locals and visitors alike.
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