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Mayor Mengarelli signs Proclamation of Emergency

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  • The Mayor of Prescott signed a Proclamation of Emergency related to the snow event
  • This allows the City to seek reimbursement if and when a State or Federal Emergency or Disaster Declaration is made
  • Snow totals of 12-24 inches between now and Tuesday are possible
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A Proclamation of Emergency allows the City to seek reimbursement

PRESCOTT, AZ (January 25, 2021) – Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli today signed a Proclamation of Emergency, related to the snow event which is currently underway in Prescott. The proclamation is in accordance with ARS 26-311, and allows for the City to seek reimbursement if and when a State or Federal Emergency or Disaster Declaration is made.

The snow event which is currently affecting Prescott and the surrounding areas is predicted to bring storm totals of 12-24 inches between now and Tuesday afternoon.

Residents are urged to stay off the streets and avoid driving during this storm, to allow emergency and public service vehicles to travel as freely as possible.

For City plowing updates, go to prescott-az.gov, and click on Snow Plowing Information for updates, for follow us on the City of Prescott Facebook. For non-emergency snow-related questions pertaining to the City, please call

928-777-1100.

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Last modified on Monday, 25 January 2021 17:16
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