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From small mom-and-pop ventures to national chain stores, Chino Valley businesses add life and resources to our community.

What businesses live in Chino Valley? We have several banks and credit unions, affiliated and independent insurance agencies, mortgage and title loan agencies, and services in accounting, tax preparation, engineering, planning and law. We have businesses who offer computer repairs, web services, printing, marketing, sign making, office products, and engraving, embroidery and promotional products. We have hardware stores, equipment rentals, contractors, plumbers, electricians, appliance sales and repair, HVAC services, landscapers, nurseries, and a cement plant. Our members offer dog training, hair cutting and styling, grain, feed and hay sales, mowing services, pump and windmill services, and trash disposal. In addition to RV and mini storage centers, we have asphalt, paving and highway sign services, and businesses offering auto parts, auto repair, auto glass, auto sales and service, tires and towing.

Chino Valley is on the brink of shopping expansion to help meet residents’ needs. Currently the town claims a busy Safeway store, Walgreen’s drug store, Duckwall/ALCO variety store and a wide range of specialty stores, from crafts to antiques to used furniture and appliances, to pet supplies and grooming, to jewelry stores, to farm and ranch equipment. During the summer months, a Farmer’s Market offers fresh, local produce and fruits weekly in Chino Valley.

Major department stores, grocery stores and membership warehouses are located in nearby Prescott and Prescott Valley, and the Prescott Gateway Mall sits on Highway 69 in Prescott with a variety of retailers to serve you. These communities also offer a wide variety of specialty shops, boutiques, thrift stores, used furniture stores and antique malls, as well as a weekend flea market in Prescott Valley.

Transportation

Transportation to these shopping areas and healthcare services can be vital, and Yavapai Regional Transit offers local bus service on Mondays and Wednesdays, and regional service to Prescott on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Future service expansion is planned, for further information on rates and schedules, contact Yavapai Regional Transit.

An interesting mix of professional groups and agencies support the business community and residents by encouraging participation and involvement for the betterment of Chino Valley. These include the Better Business Bureau, Arizona Women’s Education and Employment, Central Arizona Partnership, Coalition for Compassion and Justice, NACOG (Northern Arizona Council on Governments), Family Career and Community Leaders, Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters, Stepping Stones Agencies, and the United Way.

Residents will also find several groups dedicated to the protection of animals and to connecting animals with the community, including the Yavapai Humane Society, Flying Paws, and Horses With H.E.A.R.T.

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