April 24, 2014
 
                                 WELCOME TO WILLIAMSON VALLEY!

Pines, junipers, aspens, antelope, deer, jackrabbits, bunnies, javalina and other wildlife, mountains and hills, creeks and streams, horses, cattle, ranches, rural communities, blue skies, wide open spaces, amazing sunrises, spectacular sunsets, peace and quiet, beauty, hiking, horseback riding, access to unlimited off-road recreation, cycling, nearby lakes for kayaking, fishing, friendly people, country living at its best!  What more could you ask for than beautiful, rural, incredible Williamson Valley.
 
Our goal is to maintain this rural haven and lifestyle - won't you please join us! 


Committed to preserving the lifestyle & spirit of Williamson Valley   
 
WVCO Inc. is a community based volunteer organization [see ABOUT US] with the original mission of developing a Williamson Valley Community Plan, to get it adopted as part of the Yavapai County General Plan, and continue to serve as a voice for Williamson Valley residents. Williamson Valley residents, in several surveys, clearly indicated that they want to preserve their rural residential lifestyle and the scenic values of their valley. During 2005-2006, volunteer residents of the WV Corridor Planning Steering Committee developed a Community Plan based on three surveys and community input at three public meetings. The Community Plan was submitted to several government agencies and interested organizations for comment, and their comments were incorporated in the final draft Community Plan [see COMMUNITY PLAN]. The proposal to adopt the Plan as a Community Plan amendment to the Yavapai County Plan was denied by the County Board of Supervisors on Monday, March 1, 2010. 
 
While the Community Plan was rejected by Yavapai County, the Plan continues to document the desire of a majority of the residents to maintain the scenic, rural and residential character of the area. The Plan serves as a guide for government officials and community residents in making decisions about the future growth of the area.
 
To learn more about the Community Plan, go to the "Community Plan" page. 
 
For more information about WVCO, please go to the "About Us" page.

WVCO Spring 2014 Community Meeting

"When Will the Drought End?"

Dr. Curtis James

Associate Professor, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Thursday, May 8, 2014 at 6:30 pm

CYFD Fire Station, Outer Loop and Williamson Valley

(Please bring your own chairs)

 

Dr. James, a Prescott native, Williamson Valley resident and Professor of Meteorology will discuss the noteworthy weather events that have occurred in the Prescott area over the past 50 years, the factors that affect the climate of this area, the fluctuations and trends in our climate, and how the local climate is expected to change in the future. 

Dr. James will address questions that you may have about Prescott weather and climate. 

WVCO Community Meetings are provided as a public service. These meetings are open and free of charge to anyone interested in attending. Bring your friends and neighbors.  

  

 
 
Board of Directors
 
 
WVCO Board and Advisory Board, July 30,2013. Front Row-Sandi Brown, Cori Gunnells, Chris Stoner, Virginia Dubroy, Ken Mino, Neil Cooperrider. Back row, Curt Weaver, Jimmy Stoner, Richard Clemmer, Ken Janecek.
 
Not pictured: Advisory Board member Dave Hollenbeck,



 


Contact Us

WVCO, Inc.

P.O. Box 4293
Prescott, AZ 86302

contact@williamsonvalley.org


 

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