Matching Items (12)
- All Subjects: Flagstaff (Ariz.)
- Creators: Battelle Memorial Institute. Technology Partnership Practice
- Creators: Goodman, Frank R.
- Creators: Heffernon, Rick
A summary of a survey taken in July 2011 of users of the Flagstaff Urban Trails System. The City of Flagstaff will use the results to collect demographic data on trail users, determine patterns of use, and identify specific locations for new trails and trail improvements.
A development master plan for Little America Neighborhood, a 537 acre site south of East Butler Avenue and Interstate 40 in Flagstaff, Arizona. The proposed mixed-use development includes a resort, retail space, residential neighborhoods, a golf course, other recreational facilities, and open spaces. The proposed development requires changes to the Flagstaff Regional Plan and city zoning designations.
A statement of the community vision for the 525-square-mile Flagstaff Metropolitan Planning Organization (FMPO) area, which extends west-to-east from Bellemont to Winona, and south-to-north from Kachina Village/Mountainaire to north of the San Francisco Peaks. It is the general plan for the City of Flagstaff, and in county areas, works in conjunction with the Coconino County Comprehensive Plan.
A plan for improvement of the Southside Neighborhood of Flagstaff, Arizona, an area between the city's Downtown and Northern Arizona University campus.
A plan for the development of the McMillan Mesa Village, a 146 acre site on Switzer Mesa in Flagstaff, Arizona.
A compilation of conceptual designs for three redevelopment sites (Southside Warehouse, Downtown Gateway West, and Gateway East) in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Evaluates Pulliam Airport's capabilities and role, forecasts future aviation demand and plans for the timely development of new or expanded facilities to meet demand.
Assesses Flagstaff's vulnerability to natural and human caused hazards and develops strategies to reduce the risks associated with those hazards.
The wild land/urban interface is a concern in Coconino County because of the potential for wild land fuels to ignite combustible structures and vice-versa. Destroying homes, property, and trees is just one way that wildfire harms an area. Wildfires can destroy habitat, soils, and forest health, disrupting economic stability, transportation corridors, recreation opportunities, water supplies, and scenery, as well as undermining a community’s emotional and spiritual well-being. Reducing the threat of catastrophic wildfire is a priority in the wild land/urban interface. This plan outlines actions needed to prepare and equip the greater Flagstaff community to live and thrive within our fire-adapted ponderosa pine forests.
The Flagstaff Regional Five-Year and Long Range Transit Plan proposes a long-term vision for Flagstaff’s regional public transportation system and identifies and establishes a short-, mid-, and long-term service plan; funding plan; and implementation plan.