Flagstaff Property Taxpayers Receive Good News On FWPP Finances

There’s some good news for Flagstaff property tax payers. The City of Flagstaff recently closed a loan with the Arizona Water Infrastructure Finance Authority regarding the remaining balance of the Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project Bond. The recently closed Clean Water State Revolving Fund loan features one-million dollars in forgivable principal. Combined with interest savings on […]

City Of Flagstaff To Hold A Listening Tour About FWPP And The Museum Fire

The City of Flagstaff is holding a listening tour starting next week about the Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project, the impact of the Museum Fire and what’s next. Project staff will be at various locations in-and-around Flagstaff the next few weeks to meet with community members, providing information and answering questions. Meetings are Monday at Late […]

Areas In The FWPP Closed Due To Forest Operations

Forest service officials are closing an area of the Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project in order to keep the public safe from forest harvesting operations.  Officials are closing Dry Lake Hills and a large portion of Mount Elden.  The closure also affects all or portions of trails, including: Brookbank Trail, Elden Lookout Trail, Little Bear, Little […]

Helicopter Operations In Phase Two Of The FWPP To Begin Soon

Helicopter logging operations will begin soon on the Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project. Flagstaff officials say beginning soon, flight operations will be visible along Shultz Pass and Mt. Elden Lookout Road area. The helicopter will lift and transport bundles of felled trees from the project area to established landing sites. The work is part of Phase […]