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Law Enforcement Seeking Information on Suspicious Fires

Sedona AZ (February 25, 2016) – United States Forest Service law enforcement and the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office are seeking any information on a string of suspicious human-caused fires that have occurred over the last two days in Oak Creek Canyon. On Monday (February 22), from approximately 7:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., four fires – named the Briar, Snake, Rock and Switchback fires... 

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... 

Arizona Fisher Fire Update

Sedona AZ (April 12, 2014) – As the U.S. Forest Service fire crews continue to battle the Fisher Fire burning southeast of Flagstaff, Arizona, Coconino County Emergency Management is encouraging residents to register for its CodeRED emergency notification system. CodeRED is a free service that alerts residents and businesses about time-sensitive general and emergency situations that are either... 

Flagstaff Police Offer Woods Watch Training

Sedona AZ (June 27, 2013) – As Coconino County has moved into heightened fire danger season and into greater fire related restrictions, the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office, Flagstaff Police Department, and the U.S. Forest Service are offering a Woods Watch Training and Orientation program. This northern Arizona volunteer program, similar to Neighborhood Watch, is of vital importance in residential... 

Illegal Trail Building Must Be Stopped

Sedona Red Rock scenic area Sedona AZ (June 16, 2012) – In a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor, a reader writes: “God has cared for these trees, saved them from drought, disease, avalanches, and a thousand tempests and floods. But he cannot save them from fools.” — John Muir I commend the local Forest Service’s actions in attempting to bring a halt to illegal trail building... 

Sedona Museum Hosts Verde Valley Book Signing

Jordan Historical Park museum Sedona AZ (December 3, 2011) – The Sedona Heritage Museum will host a book-signing for author William Cowan on Saturday, December 10, 2011 at the Museum in Uptown Sedona. Cowan’s “Images of the Verde Valley” is another in the Arcadia Books series of historic photo books. Images of the Verde Valley looks at both the incorporated and unincorporated communities... 

Sedona Questions USFS Wildfire Fire and Smoke Management

Sedona, AZ (August 10, 2011) – In response to recent concerns regarding wildland fires and smoke management in the Verde Valley, the United States Forest Service (USFS) and the City of Sedona will be available to citizens during an Open House at the Sedona Council Chambers, August 23, 2011. Fire Managers from the Coconino, Prescott and Kaibab National Forests and Arizona Department of Environmental... 

Rep. Kirkpatrick Introduces National Scenic Area Legislation in Congress

Sedona Arizona Bell Rock would become part of the National Scenic Area Designation if U.S. Congresswoman Kirkpatrick’s legislation is approved Sedona AZ (March 12, 2010) – After a careful review of responses and proposed revisions to draft language for a bill to designate the Red Rock lands around Sedona as a National Scenic Area, Arizona U.S. Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick is taking the... 
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