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Flagstaff, AZ

Flagstaff, AZ

Flagstaff, AZ

Moving to Flagstaff, AZ?

If you’re an outdoor enthusiast and are moving to Flagstaff, you’re in for a treat. This fabulous destination is a magnet for those who love the great outdoors. While living in Flagstaff, you’ll be able to enjoy four full seasons packed with skiing, golfing, hiking, and so much more. If you’re moving to Flagstaff to join their current residency of more than 60,000, you and you’re new home will be located at 7,000 feet elevation near the southwestern edge of the Colorado Plateau and along the western side of the Ponderosa Pine Forest. Today’s Flagstaff economy remains strong with varied sectors contributing to the overall economy. The city is a distribution hub for companies like Nestle Purina PetCare and Walgreens. It’s also home to Lowell Observatory, the U.S. Naval Observatory, the U.S. Geological Survey Station, and Northern Arizona University. Tourism remains as one of the city’s strongest sectors of the economy because of the presence of Grand Canyon National Park, Oak Creek Canyon, the Arizona Snowball, Meteor Crater, and historic Route 66.

Arts and Culture in Flagstaff

Moving to Flagstaff affords you the chance to be a part of a community with varied and diverse entertainment and recreational activities. The arts & culture district provides residents with opportunities to hear from the amazing Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra. The town also has multiple music festivals each year: The Flagstaff Friends of Traditional Music Festival, the Flagstaff Music Festival, and the Pickin’ in the Pines (a 3 day bluegrass event). You can enjoy live concerts at the Orpheum Theatre year round. Theater is also very much alive in Flagstaff. The Northern Arizona University Theater Department provides both community and campus performances throughout the year, and Theatrikos Theatre Co. puts on five major productions each year.

The Great Outdoors in Flagstaff

The biggest attraction when moving to Flagstaff is simply the scenery. The breathtaking beauty and varied terrain provides opportunities for all outdoor fanatics to live it up. Flagstaff beckons all bikers, climbers, backpackers, campers, mountain bikers, elite runners, hikers, and skiers to get in touch with the adventurer in you as you enjoy this fabulous community. The city has an extensive trail system including over 50 miles of paved and unpaved trails for hiking, running, walking, and cycling. The Flagstaff area is a hotspot for road cycling and mountain biking clubs, triathlon events, and cross country skiing races.

After moving to Flagstaff, it won’t take long for you to realize you’re in the middle of one of America’s outdoor playgrounds for all ages. The area provides the scenery of Humphreys Peak – the highest point in Arizona at 12,633 feet – just ten miles from town. It’s also becoming known as a culinary community which allows you to feast on extraordinary food after a hard day of rock climbing. Welcome home to Flagstaff.

Resources for Moving to Flagstaff, AZ

The ABF service center for Flagstaff, AZ is located in Phoenix, AZ.

Information about Flagstaff, AZ

Est. Population: 60611
County: Coconino
Latitude: 35.2000
Longitude: -111.6500
Zip Codes: 86001
86004
86011
86015
86018
86024
86038