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Name of Company: Art Hive 

Contact Person: Cloud Oakes, Owner


Address: 203 N Cortez St Prescott 86303 


Phone: 360 298 0465 




How long you’ve been in business: Opened May 2023 


Services or products you offer: A Contemporary Art Gallery with work shop and individual studio space for 26 local artists 


What sets you apart? Prescott’s main studio space for working artists and an adjoining contemporary art gallery for monthly local and visiting art shows. 

Ribbon Cuttings

Vino at Prescott Pines

Business Name: Vino Wine Bar at Prescott Pines Inn

Owners: Nick and Sara Medina

Master of Ceremonies: Ambassador Chair, Candace Lea, Owner of Pickles Lea Yoga and Care Manager for the Susan J. Rheem Adult

Local Dignitaries in Attendance: Connie Cantelme, Prescott Councilmember, City of Prescott Tourism Office: Ann Steward, Tourism Manager; Cristina Binkley, Tourism & Economic Initiatives Coordinator, Mike Kelly Group Sales Manager

First Dollar presented by: Chamber Ambassador – Sandy Jones, Eagle Lady Design Studio

Business URL:

Upcoming Ribbon Cuttings


Join us as we celebrate U.S.VETS Veterans Connection Hub!

Help us Celebrate their Grand Opening in Prescott

Address: 120 N Marina St., Suite B , Prescott, AZ 86301

10:30AM - 11:30AM

Ceremony at 10:30AM 

Refreshments to be Served

RSVP to Ribbon Cutting


Katey Swann

Katey Swann

President, Prescott Area Young Professionals

Prescott Area Young Professionals

Katey Swann has been selected as the new President of the Prescott Area Young Professionals. Katey will fill the term vacated by Stephanie Miller, who recently relocated to the Phoenix area.

Katey has been the Membership Services Manager at the Prescott Valley Chamber since September 2021. Katey moved here from Tennessee and has over 10 years of experience in sales, marketing, and leadership. Katey is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and in 2020, earned her Master’s in Organizational Leadership from Colorado State University-Global.

“It is a privilege to be selected to fill the seat of President of PAYP. I am super excited to meet new people and work together to do great things in our communities.” PAYP is composed of business professionals between the ages of 21 to 40 years of age in the quad-cities area.

Anyone interested in joining PAYP can contact Katey at the Prescott Valley Chamber 928-772-8857 or email her at

Upcoming Events

Don't forget to listen in to the Talk of the Town Radio Show, hosted by Sheri Heiney, President & CEO of the Prescott Chamber of Commerce on Wednesdays at 4pm.

The next three shows will be on August 2, 2023, August 9, 2023 and August 23, 2023.

KQNA 1130AM 99.5FM (Prescott/ Chino Valley) 95.5FM (Prescott Valley/Cottonwood)

Valuable Information from a Chamber Sponsor:

Plan now to join us for the next Signature Series event on August 3rd at 10am! This FREE event for the business community will feature Dr. Carol Galper, EdD, speaking on the important topic of "RURAL HEALTHCARE." Tap for more details and to register!

Register for the Signature Series Event

Thirteen proposed charter amendments for the City of Prescott will be on the ballot in the November General Election.

Do you have arguments for or against the Proposed City Charter Amendments? Get them published in the voter pamphlet!

According to the City of Prescott, arguments for and against each of these Propositions will be accepted by the City Clerk’s Office July 1st through August 4th in person or via mail to 201 South Montezuma Street, Suite 302, Prescott, Arizona, 86301.

Submitted arguments shall not exceed three hundred (300) words in length; shall be accompanied by a $100.00 per argument deposit; shall include the signature(s) of those providing the argument(s); a copy of the argument must be submitted in electronic format; must include an address and phone number for the person submitting the argument (this information will not appear in the publicity pamphlet).

For additional information regarding the Charter Amendments or the 2023 Election, please visit the city website or contact the City Clerk’s Office at 928-777-1437.

In the meantime, you can review the proposed charter amendments at the City of Prescott website.

Over the weekend, two lightning-caused wildfires started in this area. 

As of this morning, the Grapevine Fire on Mingus Mountain, is at 400 acres. It is approximately 10 miles east of Prescott Valley, 2 miles south of Mingus Spring Ranch, with low/moderate fire behavior.

Ryan Barela’s Arizona Central West Zone Type 3 Incident Management team assumed command of the Grapevine Fire this morning. Right now, there are 2 Type-1 Crews, 2 Engines, 1 Type 3 Helicopter and additional support personnel.

Yesterday afternoon, the Racetrack Fire was identified. This fire grew rapidly due to monsoon winds, and, as of last night, was up to 500 acres. The town of Cherry has been evacuated, and other communities are on the “Set” list. Shelters and the Call Center have been activated for both fires. Animal Disaster Services and Red Cross shelters are at the Camp Verde Gym, anyone with barn animals can take them to the LASER Shelter at Arizona Downs off Hwy 89.

3 Type 1 Hotshot Crews, 1 Type 2 Cres, 5 engines, 2 Suppression Modules and 1 Dozer have already been assigned to the Racetrack fire, with aviation and ground resources focused on slowing progression towards the community of Cherry. 

Please understand, information about wildfires rapidly changes and by the time you read this, there may be more to know and learn about these fires. We will do our best to keep you up to date on this rapidly-evolving situation via our Facebook page.

Yavapai County has created an Emergency Information Hub. Here you can find information about Current Incidents, Evacuation Information, Weather and more.

Finally, please remember that all of us are currently in Stage 1 Fire Restrictions.

Yavapai County Emergency Information Hub

Stage 1 Fire Restrictions went into effect last Thursday, June 29th, in all of Yavapai County.

Please help keep our community safe.

Stage 1 Fire Restrictions

A public service announcement:

Together We can be Prepared

Arizona’s hot and dry weather puts our state at risk for wildfires, from the forest areas of northern Arizona to the Valley where wildfire risk is rising. A lot of APS equipment, including the power lines that bring electricity to our communities, runs through these areas. That means, for APS, we prepare and respond to wildfires year-round. Check out what we do to keep you and our communities safe and the power on.

Fire Mitigation Information 
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Yavapai County is asking for help regarding local Internet Access

Recently, the State of Arizona was awarded $993 million in Broadband Equity, Access and Deployment (BEAD) funding. BEAD funding is intended to expand broadband to those with no access to the Internet or very slow connectivity.

Part of the grant also supports helping citizens to connect to the Internet, learn about the devices needed, and how to use the Internet safely. Please fill out the survey below to help with this effort so that these funds can be directed as best as they possibly can. The link is below: 

Take the Survey
Read Letter from Yavapai County

Coffee Connect

Please join us for Coffee Connect at Hotel St. Michael!

Share your 2-minute business pitch with other Prescott Chamber Members in this fun, fast paced, speed-networking event!

Host: Hotel St. Michael

Date: July 26, 2023

Time: 7:30AM - 9:00AM  

Address: 205 W. Gurley St., Prescott, AZ 86301

For assistance with Registration please contact Crystal (928) 445-2000 ext.117


Register Here

Coming in August...

Monday, August 7, 2023 5:00 PM

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Lower Hanger-

Student Union Building 16

3700 Willow Creek Rd. 

Prescott, AZ 86303

Register for Veteran's Quarterly Business Meeting


Speaker: Mackenzie Rodgers

August 9, 2023

11:30-1:30 PM

Hassayampa Inn

Register for Women in Business

KINDNESS TIP OF THE WEEK: Give a gratitude gift to your mail carrier.

We are an officially recognized #KindnessCertifiedChamberofCommerce!

As we commit to being good to our people, community, planet and world, we hope you will also be inspired to join us in spreading kindness in business and beyond!

If you believe your company makes a positive difference, we invite you to become an official Kindness Certified Company.

Learn more and sign up here! We hope you do!

Become a Sponsor

2023 Prescott Relocation


You can obtain a Relocation E-List that identifies people interested in moving to the Prescott area from around the nation. Those interested have specifically checked a box to allow real estate agents and other businesses to contact them directly as they prepare to move to the Prescott area. You can expect an average of 50 names per month where potential clients have agreed to have real estate agents contact them.

The cost of the E-List is only $500 annually. Relocation E-List will be emailed directly to you twice a month.

Contact Robert Coombs at the Prescott Chamber if interested.

Give the Gift of Prescott

Sign your business up for the Prescott Chamber Gift Certificate Program. Free with Membership!


Let Your Business Be Seen!


$500 Per Year
This is a list of folks that have requested moving information on Prescott, Arizona. This list will be emailed twice a month (1st & 15th) to you, with an average of 50 names per month.


$50 per day or $350 per week Highlight your business in our Visitor Center lobby with an expo table as 100+ visitors come through the doors a day!

The Prescott Chamber of Commerce is a membership-based nonprofit organization with business members ranging from sole proprietors to nationally recognized corporations.

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