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USGS Says Cinder Lake Adequate for Floodwater

  A federal study funded by Coconino County determined Cinder Lake, a dry volcanic cinder bed capable of storing 3,960 acre-feet of water, is adequate to contain floodwater from the 2010 Schultz Fire burn area. Results from the Cinder Lake Study, compiled by hydrologists and scientists with the US Geological Survey, substantiate that Cinder Lake […]

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Diane Lenz Running for County Supervisor

Today Diane Lenz announced her candidacy for Coconino County Supervisor, District 1. Current Supervisor, Carl Taylor is retiring. District 1 includes Flagstaff downtown (north of Rt. 66) and neighborhoods west and northwest of Flagstaff, (e.g., Boulder Point, Equestrian Estates, Cheshire, Baderville), Tusayan, Fredonia, Kaibab Estates West and Supai.   A resident of Coconino County since […]

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State of Emergency Declaration Bring Cash to County

Governor Jan Brewer today signed a Declaration of Emergency in support of Coconino County response, recovery and mitigation efforts to protect property and infrastructure in the Schultz Flood area.   The declaration was signed in response to a heavy monsoon rainstorm that dropped more than 1 inch of rain within 15 minutes in the Timberline, […]

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Volunteers Needed at Schultz Fire Burn Area

Volunteers are needed to help fill sandbags for the Schultz Flood area.  Beginning today, the United Way of Northern Arizona staff will be at the Silver Saddle gas station on the corner of 89A and Silver Saddle Road to help in the process.  Volunteers are needed for the next several days. ·         Thursday, September 15th: 9am […]

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Weather Radios Urged for Schultz Flood Residents

As recent rain events have shown, a little rain can go a long way in Timberline and other Coconino County neighborhoods affected last year by the Schultz Flood. That’s why the County is offering a free NOAA weather alert radio to residents in areas prone to flooding. The NOAA weather alert radio emits an alert signal […]

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USGS Bringing Millions to Flagstaff Economy

The Flagstaff Science Campus (FSC) of the United States Geological Survey (USGS) has played an integral part in scientific research as a training hub for moon-bound astronauts since its beginnings in the early 1960s. While the FSC has moved into more diversified fields of study, it remains a vital part of Flagstaff’s economy and of […]

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County Closing Intersections in Schultz Flood Area

Due to heavy flooding in the Schultz Flood area, Coconino County has closed two road intersections in the Timberline neighborhood.  While the majority of roads in the Timberline neighborhood remain open and passable, Valley Drive and Crestview Driveintersections at Campbell Avenue will be closed to allow for crews to excavate and construct box culverts in the area. The Coconino County Public Works department […]

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Schultz Flood Area Workshop

June 18, 10:00 a.m. Financial Options and Property Values Sponsored by District 2 Supervisor Liz Archuleta and District 4 Supervisor Mandy Metzger Disasters create financial hardships for property owners. Many have questions about refinancing, loans and alternatives to foreclosure.  Others have questions about property values, how to prepare and market your property for sale or […]

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