The second and final phase of the Park Way Sediment Basins Post-Wildfire Flood Mitigation Project has been completed. Officials with the Coconino County Flood Control
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Work Will Begin Soon On Phase Two Of The Park Way Sediment Basins Just Off The Museum Fire Burn Area
Work will soon begin on Phase Two of the Park Way Sediment Basins. The basins will be located just upstream of the Linda Vista Spruce
The City of Flagstaff will host a community meeting next Thursday for residents impacted by post-wildfire flooding in the Spruce Wash/Museum Flood Area at Flagstaff
The flood sirens near the Museum Fire area will be tested at full volume starting at 9 a.m. on Thursday. The testing is scheduled to
Construction of the first phase of the Schultz Creek watershed restoration project will get underway soon. The phase is partnership between the Coconino County Flood
The City Of Flagstaff Is Encouraging Residents Who Live In Flood Prone Areas To Immediately Purchase Flood Insurance
The City of Flagstaff is encouraging people who live in the Rio de Flag floodplain and the Schultz Creek Watershed to get flood insurance immediately.
City Of Flagstaff And Coconino County Flood Control District Giving Sandbags To Communities Affected By Museum Fire Flooding
The City of Flagstaff is partnering with the Coconino County Flood Control District to assist neighborhoods below the Museum Fire burn scar in preparing for
A Coconino County Flood Control District project to reduce on-national forest sediment production and transport above and below Mt. Elden Estates is underway. The U.S.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service has approved an additional three-and-a-half-million-dollars to incorporate watershed restoration measures on private lands in the Museum Fire Flood area. This