About Prescott District
The Prescott District is the home of the ADOT Monument at the Sunset Point Rest Area on I-17. This is a monument dedicated to ADOT employees who have died in the line of duty.
The Prescott District has 152 employees. Along with District Boundaries for the standard maintenance and Construction functions the Prescott District also houses the regional functions Traffic, which includes Traffic Signals and Striping and Signing. This wider regional function not only services the Prescott District, but also the Yuma and Kingman Districts.
The Prescott District is approximately 10,000 square miles in area.
The average elevation of the District's state highways is 4,390 feet.
The lowest point on any route in the Prescott District is on US 60 (MP 49.6) at 1,080 feet where we have sahuaro cactus.
The highest point on any route in the Prescott District is on SR 260 (MP 286) at 7,700 feet with various fir and aspen forests.
The Prescott District has approximately 2,266 twelve foot lane miles to maintain, including interstates, non-interstates and frontage roads.
The Prescott District has all or a portion of three Indian Reservations (Prescott, Camp Verde, and Payson) within its boundaries.
The Prescott District has all or a portion of four National Forests within its boundaries.
The Prescott District has several State Parks and National Monuments.
All roads from the Phoenix metro area to Northern Arizona pass through the Prescott District.