There’s One Month Left To Park For Free At Flagstaff’s Pulliam Airport

Parking will be free at Flagstaff’s Pulliam Airport for another month, then paid parking will begin. Starting on July 1st paid parking will begin cover the service for construction on a new lot. The airport currently offers free short and long-term parking, but will implement a new system requiring a fee for parking. The new […]

State Forestry Fire Managers To Conduct Two Prescribed Burns Near Flagstaff Thursday

The state Department of Forestry have scheduled a pair of prescribed burns near Flagstaff starting Thursday. Fire managers plan to burn 750 acres on the Observatory Burn, five miles west of Flagstaff and just west of the Naval Observatory and directly south of Interstate-40. Project managers will implement strategies to limit smoke impacts to I-40 […]

Construction Of The New Mountain Line Downtown Connection Center Is Underway In Flagstaff

Local leaders gathered together Wednesday afternoon for a ground breaking ceremony for the new Mountain Line Downtown Connection Center. During the ceremony, Mountain Line President and CEO Heather Dalmolin said they have outgrown their current location and needed to expand. She said, “during the last 15 years our ridership and the number of buses coming […]

City Of Flagstaff Releases New Evacuation Maps

The City of Flagstaff released a map Wednesday morning with a list of designated evacuation zones in the case of a wildfire. The zones are part of the existing “Ready, Set, Go!” program, which was created in collaboration with the Flagstaff Fire Department. Flagstaff city officials say residents should take the time to check out […]

Flagstaff Police Used A DPS Helicopter Tuesday To Patrol For Possible Illegal Camping

Flagstaff Police used the DPS helicopter Tuesday to patrol forest areas within the city limits for possible illegal camping. Police Sergeant Charles Hernandez tells KAFF News, they used the chopper and officers “to locate and identify abandoned or occupied camps in the area after receiving reports of people camping and such.” He adds, “we are […]

ADOT Set For More Road Work On State Route 89A, In Oak Creek Canyon, In June

Drivers can expect daytime road closures in Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona in the upcoming weeks. The Arizona Department of Transportation is restricting certain roadways for a few days at a time spread out over June. As part of the State Route 89A Oak Creek Canyon Improvements Project, crews will be working on rockfall mitigation, […]

Flagstaff, Coconino High Schools Set To Graduate At NAU Friday

Summer is upon us and so is high school graduation season. Graduation ceremonies for Coconino High School and Flagstaff High School will both take place on May 26th at the J. Lawrence Walkup Skydome. Coconino High School’s ceremony will be held in the morning from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and Flagstaff High School’s will […]

Flagstaff Recycling Facility Reopened For Drop-Off Recycling

Drop-off recycling has reopened at Flagstaff’s Recycling Transfer Center on Butler Avenue. The center had been closed since before the City of Flagstaff took it over earlier this month. Until the city is able to implement plans for further staffing, operational hours will be limited. Recycling bins are now available from 9 a.m. to 3 […]