Tag: Museum Fire
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
The State House Forest And Wildfire Management Ad Hoc Committee Will Hold A Public Meeting Wednesday In Flagstaff
The State House Forest and Wildfire Management Ad Hoc Committee will be holding a hearing in Flagstaff later this week. The hearing will be held
City And County Officials Call Out For Volunteers Saturday To Help Flooding Victims Clean Up After Recent Floods
Flagstaff and Coconino County officials are putting out the call for volunteers Saturday to help residents in the Museum Fire flood area clean up after
A 200-To-500 Year Rain Event Hits The Museum Fire Burn Scar, Sending Feet Of Water Into Parts Of Flagstaff
A severe Monsoon storm sent flood waters into some Flagstaff area neighborhoods Tuesday afternoon. A storm developed right over the San Francisco Peaks and didn’t
Residents in the Museum Fire Flood Area of north Flagstaff saw a second day of flooding Wednesday, and this time it was more wide spread.
Monsoon Rains Caused Water And Debris To Flow Down The Mountain And Into The Sunnyside Neighborhood Tuesday
Monsoon rains sent debris from the Museum Fire through Mt. Elden Estates, Paradise, Grandview, and the Sunnyside area of Flagstaff Tuesday. A collection of water,