The building inspector is responsible for issuing building permits and overseeing the construction of all phases of all projects being done within the city limits.
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Prescott Municipal Court represents the judicial branch of government and handles all citations issued by the Prescott Police Department for traffic and non-traffic ordinance violations. The primary function of the Prescott Municipal Court is to administer justice and hold individuals accountable for their actions when found guilty.
The City of Prescott has 90 acres of industrial and commercial property at the corner of U.S. Highway 10 and Wisconsin highways 35 and 29, just up the hill from the St. Croix River in our convenient and growing community.
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Here you will find information on the annual audit, monthly financial statements, frequently asked questions, budget and contract information.
The Prescott Fire Department has been proudly serving the citizens of the City of Prescott, Township of Oak Grove and the Township of Clifton since 1860. We are a department of 40 professional trained volunteers, that take great pride in serving their community.
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Citizens of Prescott recognize the inherent human and natural value of parks and other recreational activities. With that realization, the City of Prescott commits to provide and manage park and recreational opportunities for a sustainable quality of life by balancing human needs and natural systems, ensuring the needs of present generations are met without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.
The Prescott Police Department is a 24-hour law enforcement agency protecting and serving a year-round population of 4,250, as well as thousands of visitors to the confluence of the Mississippi and Saint Croix Rivers, and the beginning of the Great River Road - a national tourist attraction.
The Public Works Department is responsible for maintaining the city's streets, municipal buildings, and parks, designing and constructing new streets and utilities, and operating the city's water, wastewater, and storm water utilities.
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