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Climate & Geography
Prescott Valley has a Mediterranean climate. The average annual high temperature is in the high 60s and the average annual low temperature is in the high 30s. The average annual precipitation is roughly 17 inches of rainfall.
Prescott Valley is part of central Arizona and approximately 85 miles north of Phoenix. The elevation is around 5,100 feet above sea level.
Recreation, Culture, & Entertainment
Prescott Valley is a quiet town with a few parks that residents take a stroll and bike ride through, popular parks include Fain Park, Glassford Summit Trail, and Iron King Trail. There are also farmers markets scattered throughout the town. Golfers frequently make their way to StoneRidge Golf Course. The Downtown Historic Area is filled with shops, galleries, brewing companies, and distilleries. Prescott is nearby for those who wish to see more attractions.
Cost of Living & Taxes
The median home cost in Prescott Valley is above the national median. The top marginal income tax rate is 4.54 percent. Out of state pensions are taxable while most military and government pensions are exempt up to $2500. Social Security income is exempt and certain property tax protections exist for people over 65.
The highest ranked medical center and hospital located in Prescott Valley is Yavapai Regional Medical Center. It is ranked High Performing in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Arizona is in the second quintile of the well-being index according to Gallup.