Why You Should Move to Prescott

August 27, 2017

Why You Should Move to Prescott

Are you looking for a change of scenery? Want to experience all the benefits of the big city in with a friendly, small town feel? How about the chance to experience four beautiful seasons and breathtaking mountain views? Known as “Everybody’s Hometown” because most people find something here that reminds them of where they grew up, Prescott Arizona has something for everyone. People are noticeably friendly here and the overall small-town charm and hospitality keeps people coming back. Whether you’re looking to retire or searching for a new town to call home here’s why you should move to Prescott.

The Weather: Prescott enjoys what is probably among the finest four-season climates experienced in the U.S. – a mile above the oppressive desert heat of summer, yet warm enough to melt a snowfall off within a day or two in winter. Low humidity year-round benefits respiratory patients, yet there is enough moisture to support many square miles of Ponderosa Pine in the nearby National Forest. And the town of Prescott enjoys clean air and some of Arizona’s 300 days of sunshine reputation as well.

Things to do: If you can’t find something to do in Prescott, you’re not looking very hard! Prescott offers a slew of great things to do in the community ranging from museums, galleries, and art shows to fine dining restaurants and community centers. Folks will love the tree-lined plaza and surrounding shops in the downtown Prescott area which offer a veritable bevy of specialty boutiques and bigger retail stores to enjoy. And if you love the outdoors, the Prescott National Forests offer respite and hiking opportunities for residents and visitors to enjoy nearly year round.

Safer town: Though no town can guarantee 100 percent safety from crime or theft, the Prescott Area Narcotics Task Force (PANT) is very effective in monitoring drug activity, and occasional raids and arrests made by PANT make headlines in the local newspapers. Law enforcement in the city of Prescott is provided by the Prescott Police Department and in the unincorporated area by the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Department. Both agencies have DARE programs, and the Police Department provides bicycle and motorcycle officers in addition to cruisers. The Prescott Fire Department has five stations located throughout the city.

If Prescott sounds like your ideal place to relocate then please contact Crystal Creek Builders and learn how you can have your custom dream home built in the Prescott area. We have built over 700 custom homes throughout the twenty-five years of building in Prescott and can craft your perfect home!

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