Prescott approves entertainment district


PrescottBy Cindy Barks | The Daily Courier

The City of Prescott has opened the door to more liquor-license flexibility in the downtown, and now it will be up to local businesses on whether to move on that change.

In a unanimous vote on Tuesday, Aug. 8, the Prescott City Council approved a new entertainment district designation that takes in much of the downtown.

The district, which covers about one-half-square-mile, runs roughly from Alarcon to Summit, and from Granite Creek Park to Aubrey.

Among the main changes under the district is a possible waiver of the current requirement for a 300-foot buffer between bars and schools and/or churches.


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