Live it up.
7,000 feet up.


different countries trained in
Flagstaff for the 2016 Rio Olympics

120 yrs

Northern Arizona University
has called Flagstaff home

We may be a bit biased, but we think that Flagstaff is a wonderful place to call home. Our four-season climate is unique in Arizona, and when you combine it with our charm, you'll understand why people come here from all over the world.

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    Lights, Camera, Flagstaff!

    If you think you just saw Flagstaff on one of those TV food shows, you’re right! With a growing number of independent restaurants, Flagstaff is becoming a “foodie” city that has earned national television coverage.

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    Keeping Northern Arizona healthy.

    Flagstaff is the focal point for quality healthcare services in Northern Arizona. Here, you can choose from many traditional and alternative medicine options.

    If you should happen to need hospital care, know that Flagstaff Medical Center (FMC) is one of only two Arizona hospitals to receive the 2010 Outstanding Patient Experience Award. It also provides essential services such as a regional Level 1 trauma center, orthopedics, cancer center, and much more.

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    We study hard – and it shows!

    Did you know that Flagstaff has Arizona’s best-educated workforce, with more than 44% of residents holding a bachelor’s degree or higher? Thank our rich education system, which serves everyone from babes in arms to senior citizens.

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    All together now!

    Looking for a city that’s just right for all ages? That’s Flagstaff!

    We’re home to college and university students, families with newborns, and grandparents. You’ll also discover that Flagstaff is a city where neighbors have relationships with each other, and people feel safe and welcome.

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    Take a hike – without leaving the city!

    Within our city limits, you can explore more than 56 miles of trails on the Flagstaff Urban Trail System , which is known locally as FUTS. Want to pronounce it like a local? Say “foots!”

Father and Son
Information Technologies Industries

From a pioneering past to pioneering the future.

We are a growing city in northern Arizona, and host visitors from all over the world. Visitors stop here on the way to the Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, or visit other scenic attractions. Just ask the locals about the San Francisco Peaks, Arizona Snowbowl, Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, and ancient Native American pueblos at Wupatki and Walnut Canyon National Monuments, and you'll be adding them to your tour list!


Always a new playlist.

Come to join us in our natural playground! You’ll find fantastic hiking, mountain biking, and skiing – just minutes from the city. Our beautiful weather makes it easy to be active and healthy in the outdoors. Complementing the beauty of nature is a vibrant art and music scene. You name the genre, we have it here.

Whether indoors or outside, you’ll find plenty to do! Use these sites to plan your Flagstaff adventure:

Multi-cultural. Multi-festival.
That’s arts in Flagstaff.

From murals to sculptures, Native dance to jewelry, painting
to the theater, the arts are alive and well and living in Flagstaff.

Artists and artistry from a variety of cultures and perspectives infuse our community with creativity. Did you know that we have one of America’s best collections of public art? Download the Flagstaff Public Art Map and start exploring!

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education system.

From cradle to careers, America’s First STEM City (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Flagstaff provides a world-class educational system.

From KinderCamp, an innovative school readiness program, to Northern Arizona University, our local educational system delivers education, training, certifications, and skills to the entire community.

View a List of Flagstaff Schools

What’s here and
how to get to there.

Community Resources are critical to understanding a community and to knowing where to find your supports. This unique application allows you to search the community resources by types.

No need to make a career
out of getting a job.

So, you’re looking to start or expand your company in Flagstaff. Or you’re thinking about relocating here. Whatever your plans, you need to find great employees, and the sooner, the better. Here are four resources that can help:

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    Highways and byways.

    Flagstaff sits at the intersection of two Interstate highways (I-17 and I-40). These routes connect our local businesses with Phoenix, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Albuquerque, and many other markets. Smaller regional highways provide access to northern Arizona, Utah, and Colorado.

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    Driving distances from Flagstaff to:

    Phoenix: 142 miles
    Las Vegas: 252 miles
    Los Angeles: 467 miles
    Albuquerque: 323 miles

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    Flying to Flagstaff.

    Flagstaff has commercial service provided by American Airlines and is a general aviation airport with a consistently growing number of enplanements. Commercial properties are available nearby.

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    Take the train.

    Shipping or receiving freight? The Burlington Northern Santa Fe rail line runs right through the middle of the city. Want to take a train trip? Flagstaff has daily Amtrak service.