The Prescott Area is a diverse area that offers a variety of housing options. You will often hear the Prescott Area referred to as the Quad-Cities. But what are the Quad cities?
The Quad-Cities are made up of Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, and Dewey-Humboldt. The Quad-Cities have approximately 105,000 people and are located in northern Arizona. To help you out, here is a little information on each of the towns in the Prescott Quad City area.
Chino Valley, Arizona
Chino Valley, Arizona, offers a rural lifestyle with shopping, dining and entertainment just 15 miles away in Prescott or Prescott Valley. Approximately 10,000 people live in the 63 square mile town of Chino Valley. Chino is conveniently located 35 miles south of Interstate 40 and the town of Ash Fork, making commuting a breeze. Families can enjoy ball fields, skate park, and horseback riding trails. There are four schools operated by the Town of Chino Valley: Del Rio Elementary, Territorial Elementary, Heritage Middle school, and Chino Valley High School.
Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona, is known as “Arizona’s Country Town”. It is a rural area with a spread out feel. With a population of just under 4,000 people, residents enjoy the small-town feel, but have shopping, dining, and entertainment only a few miles away in Prescott Valley. The Prescott Country Club and Golf Course, the 55+ Villages at Lynx Creek, and the Quailwood subdivision are popular housing communities in Dewey-Humboldt. They offer a perfect setting for retirement or a quiet place to raise a family.
Prescott, Arizona, located in Yavapai County, is a breathtaking town filled with beauty and charming history. This friendly town sits at an elevation of 5,400 feet with approximately 43,000 people calling it home. Prescott was officially named “Arizona’s Christmas City” by Governor Rose Mofford. Most people refer to Prescott as “Everybody’s Hometown”.
Prescott Valley, Arizona
Prescott Valley, Arizona, is a thriving town just a few minutes east of historic Prescott. Prescott Valley was the seventh fastest-growing place among all cities and towns in Arizona between 1990 and 2000 and has approximately 42,000 people calling it home. Located at an elevation of 5,000 feet, many retirees live in Prescott Valley due to the relatively inexpensive housing and the mild climate. Prescott Valley has a large retail center, an indoor Event Center, and Yavapai Regional Medical Center Hospital. The mild climate, convenient location of 85 miles north of Phoenix, and surrounding lakes, fishing, and hiking trails make Prescott Valley an attractive location for families and retirees.
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