Yavapai County

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Yavapai

Yavapai County is named for the Yavapai an Native American people who resided in the central area of Arizona

                     

Created:  November 8, 1864

County Seat:         

Prescott  1864 – present

County Courthouse – Prescott

Location:  120 South Cortez Street / East Gurley Street

Built:  1916 – 1917

Style:  Classical Revival

Architect:   William N Bowman

Contractor:  Rogers & Ashton

 

Description:  The building faces east and is a three story gray stone structure. The north, east and south porticos have six large stone columns and recessed entrance. The east front has a pediment above the columns. A protruding cornice runs below the flat roofline.

   

Courthouses: 

N – Coconino County

E – Coconino County and Gila County

S – Maricopa County 

W – La Paz County and Mohave County