Now that their record-setting ski season is done, Arizona Snowbowl is looking to the future. Part of the next chapter for Snowbowl are some additions. Owners are looking at new facilities and infrastructure within the boundaries that would increase space for guest services, on-mountain additions, plus additional space within the base area. Also, additional parking for cars and busses and a small medical clinic are in the works. There are also plans to add to more chairlifts serving beginner and intermediate skiers as well as five additional trails. Snowbowl also has plans for a tubing area on its lower, western slope and they are working with the Flagstaff Dark Skies Coalition to offer night skiing on weekends and holidays. Snowbowl plans to submit a list of its proposed expansion projects to the Forest Service this summer, with hopes construction can begin in 2021. Recent studies show Snowbowl contributes more than 58-million dollars to the local economy and provides more than 700 jobs. This past season, Snowbowl also generated around $93-thousand dollars for local non-profits. For more information about Arizona Snowbowl, log onto Snowbowl.ski.