The corner of Goodwin and Cortez was first sold in 1876. It was a mercantile store, an opera house, a fire station and even a law enforcement training center. The current City Hall building was built and dedicated in 1962. Over the past 60 years, the building has become outgrown and in dire need of repairs. As a result, in April of this year, City Council approved the purchase of a new City Hall, allowing for this corner lot to be transformed once again.

The City of Prescott is looking for community involvement to help shape the future of downtown Prescott. Please fill out the form below and let us know how you would like to see the space utilized. This is going to be a legacy project enjoyed by future generations to come. The top submissions will be submitted to developers to inspire design and creativity.

Surveys are due by September 17, 2021. 

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* 1. What is your age? 

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* 2. Please identify which categories best describe you (select all that apply)

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* 3. For what purpose should the City Hall site be redeveloped?

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* 4. How do you feel your choice would benefit the community?

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