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The plan integrates the mandates of the Arizona State "Growing Smarter" legislation and serves as a model for communities interested in conservation of natural resources, landscapes, and integrated conservation design.

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Community Development Department
Created Date
2003-09-23

Community protection and preparedness is a critical step toward mitigating immediate fire hazards and restoring adjacent wildlands. A combination of fuel management, FireWise standards, and appropriate wildfire suppression response across ownerships within and adjacent to at-risk communities will reduce threats to life and property, protect values-at-risk, and create a safe context for the use of fire in subsequent forest ecosystem restoration efforts. This plan outlines actions needed to prepare and equip the community to live and thrive within our fire-adapted ponderosa pine forests.

Contributors
Gatewood, Steve, Coconino County (Ariz.). Community Development Department
Created Date
2010-01

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 ...

Contributors
Greater Flagstaff Forests Partnership, Ponderosa Fire Advisory Council, Coconino County (Ariz.). Community Development Department
Created Date
2005-01

The “Rural Planning Area” concept is a means by which traditional agricultural enterprises such as ranching can be preserved in the face of changing economic conditions. The intent of the Diablo Canyon Rural Planning Area is to identify a range of economic opportunities that would be compatible with maintaining traditional ranch operations on the Flying M and Bar T Bar. To be sure, some of the options identified in this plan are very different from traditional ranch practices, but they are intended to help support the existing ranches economically while keeping the ranches intact and operating into the next generation ...

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Community Development Department
Created Date
2005-08-16

The Study will identify needs and deficiencies for multimodal travel within Doney Park and will recommend a program of projects to address multimodal transportation needs. The Study will serve as a guide for community development, project funding applications, and project implementation. It is important to emphasize that the projects recommended in this study may be constructed incrementally over a considerable period of time as opportunities arise and funding becomes available.

Contributors
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Arizona. Department of Transportation, Coconino County (Ariz.). Community Development Department, et al.
Created Date
2011-11

Beginning with the 1988 Doney Park Area Plan as a foundation, the Area Plan Committee took an in-depth look at how needs had changed in the ten years since that original Plan was written. After countless hours of discussion and debate, a formal survey of every resident in the planning area, and many public open houses, the Committee created a draft version of this plan, which was submitted to the public for comment. The final version was approved by the County Planning and Zoning Commission in May 2001, and by the County Board of Supervisors in June of that year. ...

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Community Development Department
Created Date
2001-09-01

On August 15, 1988 the Board of Supervisors appointed an eleven-member citizens' committee to develop policies designed to guide future growth and development in the Fort Valley area. The committee selected the issues of concern which included water, fire protection, solid waste disposal, utilities, environmental quality, roads, and land use. The study area decided upon was that depicted on the Department of Community Development's Fort Valley Zoning Map. This includes all lands outside of the incorporated City Limits of Flagstaff on both sides of Fort Valley Road/Highway 180 out to and including the Fort Valley and Baderville areas. The Committee ...

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Community Development Department
Created Date
1990-02-20

The greater Williams area CWPP is a strategic plan developed to provide all land owners with a broad spectrum of treatment options as well as prioritize areas for treatment on federal, state, and private lands. Site specific planning and treatment is the responsibility of each land owner or jurisdictional agency and should be guided by this plan.

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Community Development Department
Created Date
2005-03

While the Coconino County Comprehensive Plan contains general goals and policies that are applicable County-wide, the contents of the Kachina Village Area Plan are tailored more specifically to local conditions in Kachina Village. This plan is an update of the original Kachina Village Area Plan adopted in 1997 and supersedes that plan. The goals and policies contained in the plan are intended to enhance the positive characteristics of the community while helping to move it toward the future envisioned by residents.

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Community Development Department
Created Date
2008-05-20

On November 5, 1990, the Board of Supervisors appointed a six-member citizens' committee to study various planning-related issues and to develop policies to guide future growth and development within Mountainaire subdivision and on nearby private lands. The committee selected the issues of concern which included future land use, water, wastewater, roads, fire protection and environmental quality. Upon adoption, this Plan becomes a part of the Coconino County Comprehensive Plan and serves as the official guide for future development.

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Community Development Department
Created Date
1991-12-16