The PCC Property Owner's Association (POA) was established in 1973. The Association includes all property in the Country Club area, with the exception of Unit 6 up on the hill. It also includes the area surrounding Old Black Canyon Highway. The Prescott Country Club is in unincorporated land in Yavapai County.
Between 1989 and 1992, the individual units approved the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs) and future property owners became mandatory members of the POA. The PCC POA has always strived to be the common foundation all residents can build relationships upon with their fellow residents. The PCC POA has always encouraged resident participation, and in 2005, authorized the creation of this website. In 2008, the PCC POA decided it was time for an update to the website. It now has a fresh new look and as an added bonus is totally maintainable by the Board. The POA no longer has to rely on an outside source to make updates to the website.
The Association activities are governed by a nine member Board of Directors consisting of a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and five Directors. The Board is elected annually. Participation is voluntary. The Board, together with its various committees, strives to enhance the community, protect property values, enforce the CC&Rs, and manage the Association's funds.
Whether you are new to the area, planning on relocating to the Prescott Country Club, or a long time resident, the PCC POA continues to strive to serve its members as well as the community to make a friendly and welcoming home for all.