Arizona Snowbowl near Flagstaff is moving forward with expansion plans, after an attempt to block development was denied. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals rejected the request filed by the Save the Peaks Coalition and a citizens group. They say construction and use of snowmaking equipment would … [Read more...] about Snowbowl Moving Forward With Expansion Plans
Coconino County recently received the results of an in-depth Hydraulics Study of the Schultz Fire/Flood area. The Hydraulics Study was conducted to understand the expected routes, depth and velocity of flood water under various storm events. The study reveals over 300 homes are at high hazard risk … [Read more...] about Schultz Fire Flood Area Study Released
At their Regular Board meeting, the Coconino County Board of Supervisors listened to presentations by County staff on current Schultz Flood mitigation efforts. The development of the Drainage Master Plan, specifically for the Schultz Flood area, continues to be a top priority, along with the … [Read more...] about Update On Schultz Flood Mitigation Efforts
Most of our efforts will really never be seen by guests,” said Annika Jackson, vice president/managing director of Enchantment Resort in Sedona. One of three hotels (the other two are Sedona Rouge and Wyndham Sedona) certified “Green” by the Arizona Hotel and Lodging Association (AzHLA), Enchantment … [Read more...] about How Green is My Valet?
After a decade of planning and years of being on hold, Arizona Snowbowl is moving forward with snowmaking. On Dec. 1, the Federal District Court ruled that the U.S. Forest Service adequately considered the safety of reclaimed water in regards to snowmaking at the ski area. Flagstaff Business News … [Read more...] about Next Steps for Construction at Arizona Snowbowl