Coconino County Superintendent of Schools Risha VanderWey is seeking applicants for appointment to four school districts.
Coconino County News
Contractors will begin repairs next week to both on- and off-forest flood mitigation measures in the northern portion of the Schultz Flood area.
The purpose of the study, funded and requested by the County, was to examine the economic impact of keeping the North Rim open to visitors from May 1 – Oct. 30, which would add two weeks on each end of the season.
Coconino County students will vie for top spelling honors during the 2019 Coconino County Spelling BEE.
The Coconino County Public Health Services District (CCPHSD) confirmed that two captured foxes have tested positive for rabies.
Dr. Marie Peoples and Kim Musselman to fill key leadership positions
COCONINO COUNTY: Superintendent of Schools Risha VanderWey seeks applicants for school district governing boards
Coconino County issued the following announcement on Oct. 19.Coconino County Superintendent of Schools Risha VanderWey is seeking applicants for appointment to four school district governing boards in the County.
Coconino County Treasurer Sarah Benatar is offering remote office hours for taxpayers seeking help with their property tax bills.
The 2018-2019 seasonal influenza vaccine is now available at the Coconino County Public Health Services District (CCPHSD) Clinic in Flagstaff.
Coconino County issued the following announcement on Aug. 23.Coconino County Parks & Recreation is hosting the 69th annual Coconino County Fair, on Labor Day Weekend, Aug. 31 – Sept. 3 at Fort Tuthill County Park.
Kids activities added to County's weekend event
James (Jimmy) Jayne has been named Coconino County manager, sealing his 6-month-long interim status as official, the Board of Supervisors announced.
The Flagstaff community will help commemorate the historical end to slavery in the U.S. at an upcoming Juneteenth celebration.
The Coconino County Board of Supervisors recently enacted its Wildfire Defense Ordinance Stage One fire restrictions for the section of the county that is north of the Grand Canyon.
The Coconino County Parks and Recreation will host a National Trails Day event, where volunteers will help expand the Fort Tuthill Trail System.
Jay Smith will oversee both the agency and operational opportunities for the development of the forest industry, and address Coconino County’s issues on public safety.
Smoke can create an unhealthy impact on residents, and the current hot and dry conditions can hinder smoke dispersion.
The said emergency system will send calls, emails, or text alerts directly to those who have signed up via website