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Flagstaff, Arizona

Below you will find a number of comprehensive related sites for the city of Flagstaff, AZ  U.S.A..  The listed sites include information on current and future events, weather patterns, photographs, outdoor activities, local attractions, community profile, relocation information, accommodations, schools (K-12), colleges and universities, media (newspapers, magazines, television/tv), job (employment) hotlines, maps, business directories, county and city governments and chamber of commerce...all mixed in with some random trivia about Flag Staff, Arizona.

Below you will find (global positioning system - gps) navigational information for the exact location of the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport which is four miles South of downtown Flagstaff, Arizona.

Latitude: 35-08-18.437N Longitude: 111-40-16.386W
  35-08.30728N   111-40.27310W
  35.1384547   -111.6712183

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How "Flag staff, AZ" got its name:

To celebrate the July 4th Centennial, legend has it that pilgrims trimmed the bark from a tall pine tree, then used it as a staff for the American flag.  Left standing, the staff became a much used trail marker. When, in 1881, a post office and a tiny tent camp was erected, the settlers agreed to name the area "Flag Staff." Since then the name stuck.

Flagstaff Arizona is rated #2 of the "Top 50 Small Towns In Which To Live" according to the Men's Journal
List of local Flagstaff, Arizona restaurants
List of local
Places to stay in Flag staff, AZ - motels, hotels, bed and breakfasts
Local places to stay
Photographs of Flagstaff
Pictures of
The great state of Arizona has more than 20 million acres of forest.  Surprisingly, that's more land covered by forest than land covered by forest in the state of Minnesota. Modern Maturity Magazine considers Flagstaff, AZ as one of the "50 Most Alive Places To Live."
Flagstaff events with dates
Flagstaff events
Flagstaff Weather
Average weather
for Flag staff, AZ
Photographs of Flagstaff
Live Web cam of
the Grand Canyon
In 1889, C. Hart Merriam lead a scientific expedition to the San Francisco Peaks with the intention of developing what is now known as the "Life Zone" concept--the idea of mapping how plants and animals are distributed across landscapes. Flag Staff Arizona is one of the "Top 10 Spots For RV Touring" by Friendly Exchange Magazine
Flagstaff Attractions
Outdoor activities
Outdoor Activities
Flagstaff Arizona Lava River Cave (Lava Tubes)
Flagstaff, AZ lava river
cave (lava tubes)

On February 18, 1930 the ninth planet now known as "Pluto" was discovered in Flagstaff at the Lowell Observatory.  Other discoveries include the first evidence that the universe is expanding (made between 1912-1917) and the rings of Uranus, made by Percible Lowell.

Flagstaff, Arizona is rated #8 in the country for "Healthy City Living" by Organic Style
Flagstaff Community Profile
Community Profile
Arizona Guide for Flagstaff
Arizona Guide
Relocation Information
Relocation Info

At an elevation of 7,000 feet, Flagstaff, AZ is among the highest cities in the U.S. It has a distinct four-season climate and boasts the highest point in the state: 12,643-foot Humphrey's Peak.

Flagstaff, AZ is rated one of the "Top 10 Cities With The Best Summer Climate" by Custom Weather
Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon
Flagstaff School District
Flagstaff school
Northern Arizona University
Northern Arizona University

Flagstaff, Arizona is nestled within the world's largest Ponderosa pine forest -- but there are a few blue spruce, aspen and many other types of trees scattered here and there.

Flagstaff is considered one of the "Best 100 retirement towns" by Where To Retire Magazine
Coconino Community College
Coconino Community
ArizonaService.Net - An AZ service portal
AZ service portal
Flagstaff Job hotlines
Job Hotlines

The world's best example of an impact crater from a meteor striking the Earth (+/- 50,000 years ago) is found about 40 miles away from Flagstaff, AZ and is known as "Meteor Crater."

The crater is nearly a mile wide, and 570 feet deep.  When the meteor struck the Earth, everything within 100 miles from the point of impact was destroyed instantly.

Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce
Chamber of Commerce
Map of Flagstaff
Map of Flagstaff
Flagstaff Business Directory
Flagstaff   Business

Ted Danson (Played bar owner Sam Malone on the long-running NBC sitcom "Cheers") was born in, grew up in and has a home in Flagstaff, Arizona.

Sports Illustrated For Women considers Flagstaff, AZ as one of the "18 Hottest Spots In Sports With The Best Altitude Training Center"
City Of Flagstaff
City of Flagstaff
Coconino county
Coconino County
The Arizona Daily Sun - Flagstaff Newspaper
The Arizona Daily Sun

"...pure air and fine weather... It has every attraction: health, scenery, sky, elevation, climate and proximity to the greatest natural curiosity on this continent ... the Grand Canyon."

- Gen. William Palmer

Flagstaff is the last descent size city (population 50,000+) before entering the  internationally famous Grand Canyon National Park (which is just North and approximately one and one half hours away on highway 180).

The Nava-Hopi Observer newspaper
The Navajo-Hopi
observer newspaper
KNAZ - Your source for detailed maps of the area!

Northern Arizona University (N.A.U. in Flagstaff) hosts the NFL's Arizona Cardinals for their spring training.
Camping in the
Flagstaff, AZ area
  A series of pictures of the San Francisco peaks in Flagstaff, AZ
San Francisco Peaks
series of photographs
Flagstaff rests on the baseline of a volcano that last erupted about 50,000 years ago...a relatively recent when you consider the age of the Earth.  You can tell by looking at the jagged lines the San Francisco peaks make--little erosion over time = recent eruptions and creation.


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