The Coconino County Flood Control District and the City of Flagstaff are preparing for possible flash flooding in the Museum Fire flood area this week.
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The Flagstaff City Council held a joint work session with the Coconino County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday. One major topic was a look at
Tuesday marks the one-year anniversary of the Museum Fire that burned just north of Flagstaff. The fire started on July 21st and burned 1,961 acres.
Coconino National Forest officials are rescinding the closure order for the Museum Fire burn area north of Flagstaff. Lifting this closure order allows public access
With rain comes flooding concerns in areas of Flagstaff. However, Coconino County officials say there is a low threat of rainfall rates that could cause
Ponderosa Park in the Sunnyside neighborhood in Flagstaff has reopened after it was closed after the Museum Fire. The park was closed due to damages
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
Rehab on the Museum Fire burn area continues in Flagstaff. Flagstaff Fire officials say the spreading of wood chips on highly vulnerable slopes, which is
An excavator hitting a rock is likely the cause of the Museum Fire. The announcement of preliminary results was made Thursday morning by the Coconino
During yesterday’s storm a lightning strike started the Imperial Fire on the western side of Mount Elden near the Museum Fire scar. Coconino National Forest