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Red Rock Crossing Highway and Bridge to Sedona

Sedona AZ (September 3, 2018) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: The Red Rock Crossing? Village of Oak Creek Photo by Bill Kusner Recently, people have been working very hard behind the scenes, trying to find a new way to look at an “emotional” subject. They want to look at it “scientifically.” OK, scientifically, Red Rock Crossing is an extremely environmentally... 

Oak Creek Restoration of Roadside Pullouts Input Request

Sedona AZ (August 17, 2018) – The Forest Service’ Oak Creek Watershed Restoration Project proposes nine activities to restore the watershed, including the rehabilitation of roadside parking along AZ State Route 89A in Oak Creek Canyon. To enhance the project’s analysis, a set of detailed maps has been created to clarify the location of all sixty (60) unauthorized roadside pullouts proposed... 

Coconino National Forest Expands Red Rock Trails

Sedona AZ (May 31, 2018) – The Coconino National Forest’s Red Rock Ranger District is planning to add non-motorized Forest Service system trails through the Red Rock Trails Enhancement Project, according to a decision signed by the district ranger Thursday. Between 2013 and 2016, forest managers in the Red Rock Ranger District identified a need to provide more non-motorized trails, increase... 

Sedona City Manager Ignoring Parking Hazard

Sedona AZ (April 2, 2018) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: Editor: Have you seen the city’s new Soldiers Pass parking lot? It hasn’t cost us taxpayers a single cent. YET ! Here’s the background. Soldier Pass Trail is a 4.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Sedona, Arizona that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers... 

Toddler Dies After Falling from Midgley Bridge Trail

Midgley Bridge on SR 89A north of Sedona city limits and in Oak Creek Canyon Sedona AZ (September 2, 2017) – On September 2, 2017, at approximately 2:01 in the afternoon, Coconino County Sheriff’s Deputies, Sedona Police Department, US Forest Service, and Sedona Fire District responded to Midgley Bridge for a report of a 2-1/2 year-old child who fell an estimated 50-60 feet down a cliff along... 

Back O’ Beyond Road Improvements Complete

Sedona AZ (September 8, 2016) – With the completion of a second Cathedral Rock Trailhead parking lot in June 2016, the city of Sedona recently installed new No Parking signs along Back O’ Beyond Road, effective September 16, 2016. The Cathedral Rock Trailhead, created and maintained by the U.S. Forest Service, is a popular access point to Cathedral Rock. The original trailhead parking lot... 

Anti National Monument Designation Gains Momentum

SedonaEye.com financial columnist J. Rick Normand notes in his latest National Monument designation expose’ that the RESCUE OUR ARIZONA RED ROCKS (ROARR) Movement Gains Momentum as KSB Falters! Sedona AZ (September 14, 2015) – Sorry to interrupt your regularly scheduled program, but the ROARR movement is gaining inmmense momentum against KSB, the Sierra Club and the City of Sedona activist... 

Airport Road Rehabilitation Project Update

Article submitted by the City of Sedona Sedona AZ (September 5, 2014) – Construction on the Airport Road project began on August 18, 2014, and will continue throughout October 2014. Airport Road is located between the northern Forest Service Boundary and Airport Terminal Road at the top of the mesa, off State Highway 89A in west Sedona. The project includes milling and overlay of approximately... 

Airport Road Rehabilitation Project

Article submitted by the City of Sedona Sedona AZ (August 18, 2014) – Construction on Airport Road is scheduled to begin on August 18, 2014, and continue throughout the month of October 2014. The Airport Road project is located between the northern Forest Service Boundary and Airport Terminal Road, at the top of the Sedona Airport mesa. The project includes milling and overlay of approximately... 
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