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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.

Contributors
Flagstaff (Ariz.), Coconino County (Ariz.). Board of Supervisors
Created Date
2014

Much of Arizona’s criminal justice system is organized and functions at the municipal and county level. Aggregating the data to describe system activity for the state as a whole can mask important differences in crime and criminal justice system activity at the local level. In this report, data available on law enforcement, court, probation, and corrections activity impacting each county are compiled to give county-based criminal justice policymakers and practitioners an overview of crime and criminal justice system activity in their county.

Contributors
Arizona Criminal Justice Commission
Created Date
2014

In fiscal year 2011, McNeal Elementary School District’s student AIMS scores were lower than or similar to peer districts’ averages. Although per pupil costs were high in some operational areas, the District was relatively efficient overall. McNeal ESD’s per pupil administrative costs were higher than the peer districts’ average, but only because the District served fewer students. The District’s food service program also had higher per pupil costs, but its cost per meal was similar to the peer districts’ average. However, the District subsidized its food service program with $23,000 that otherwise potentially could have been spent in the classroom. ...

Contributors
Arizona. Division of School Audits, Arizona. Office of the Auditor General, Arizona. Legislature
Created Date
2013-12

This report consists of management’s representations concerning the finances of Coconino County. Consequently, management assumes full responsibility for the completeness and reliability of all the information presented in this report. To provide a reasonable basis for making these representations, management of the County has established a comprehensive internal control framework that is designed both to protect the government’s assets from loss, theft, or misuse and to compile sufficient reliable information for the preparation of the County’s financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles.

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Board of Supervisors
Created Date
2009/2016

This Budget Document has been developed to provide information to the public, document the budget process and decisions, and present the budget for each fiscal year.

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Board of Supervisors
Created Date
2004/2017

The goal of this management plan is to protect, preserve, and enhance the wetland and wildlife habitat values of the Pumphouse Wash system and provide for compatible recreation and educational uses.

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Parks and Recreation Department
Created Date
2010-12

The Coconino County Parks and Recreation Department (CCPR) contracted with PROS Consulting to develop an Organizational Master Plan that would aid the Department in sustaining a high quality park and recreation system over the next 10 years. This project seeks to provide sound and realistic recommendations, strategies, tactics, and suggested initiatives that address current and evolving park and recreation needs of residents of Coconino County.

Contributors
PROS Consulting, Coconino County (Ariz.). Parks and Recreation Department
Created Date
2009-11

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

As the principal gateway to the Grand Canyon, the community of Tusayan plays an important role in the provision of goods, services, and information to tourists and visitors. The study area extends three miles north to the Grand Canyon National Park boundary, and four miles south of the existing community and five miles on either side of Highway 64. The plan has no established time period. The last Tusayan plan, the South Grand Canyon Specific Area Study, was adopted by the Board in 1978. Ideally, this plan will be updated and amended regularly.

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Community Development Department
Created Date
1997-05-05

The purpose of the "Parks Area Plan" is to ensure that future development in the area is in the interest of the public health, safety, and welfare, that it is not detrimental to the established character of the community as a whole, as well as individual neighborhoods, and that it preserves or enhances the special characteristics that define the study area. The plan is adopted as an amendment to the "Coconino County Comprehensive Plan", and guides the decision-making processes of the Planning and Zoning Commission and Board of Supervisors. The plan does not identify specific land uses for specific locations, ...

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Community Development Department
Created Date
2001-09-17

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