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Flagstaff Arizona

Flagstaff, Arizona is a small city in the north of the state located within one of the largest pine forests in the world. Located next to Mount Elden and south of the San Francisco Peaks, it’s a very scenic place to live. With Phoenix to the south and Las Vegas to the west, it’s a central location that made it ideal for transportation.

Flagstaff was founded on lumber, the railroad and ranching and the modern economy still has some of those influences, bolstered by The U.S. Naval Observatory, the United States Geological Survey Flagstaff Station, and Northern Arizona University. Thanks to its position, tourism is also a strong influence here.

Corporate housing in Flagstaff is mainly furnished apartments. Located within high quality purpose-built developments, these properties are fully furnished and equipped.

Employment in Flagstaff

Transportation is still a large part of the local economy but it has diversified into education, tourism, science and technology. Unemployment is low among degree holders or skilled trades and there are usually open positions in most sectors around town.

Major employers in Flagstaff include Northern Arizona University, The U.S. Naval Observatory, ATC Materials, Machine Solutions, Deckers Brands, Mack Automation, Electric Torque Machines, Nestle-Purina PetCare, W.L.Gore & Associates, Northern Arizona Healthcare, Joy Cone Company, Novakinetics, Lowell Observatory, Senes Tech, Planet Rider, T-Gen North, Walmart, The Guidance Center, US Forest Service, Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort, Walgreen’s Distribution Center, Dell Systems and SCA Tissue.

Medical centers in Flagstaff include Flagstaff Medical Center, Behavioral Health Services at Flagstaff Medical Center and North Country HealthCare – Flagstaff.

Getting around Flagstaff

Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG) handles many domestic carriers and charters but Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is where most flights will land. It’s a 150 mile drive though.

Amtrak Station handles the Southwest Chief service that runs daily from Chicago to Los Angeles.

Greyhound run bus services into Flagstaff but there are no local bus or public transit services.

Arrive by car and you can arrive via the iconic Route 66, I-14 or I-17. Local routes handle commuter traffic.

Flagstaff is a bicycle friendly city so getting around on two wheels is easier here than most other cities.

Living in Flagstaff

Flagstaff has a high elevation and our position allows us an amazing view of the sky, so much so that we are nicknamed Dark Sky City. This is why The U.S. Naval Observatory has made its home here. With lovely surroundings, cooler temperatures than the rest of Arizona and a lively cultural scene, it’s a popular place to live or visit on vacation.

Neighborhoods in Flagstaff include Alpine Ranches, Bennett Estates, Boulder Pointe, Bushmaster Park, Cherry Hill, Cheshire, Christmas Tree Estates, Coconino Estates, Constitution at Flagstaff, Country Club Dr, Country Club Meadows, Doney Park, Equestrian Estates, Flagstaff, Forestdale, Forest Highlands, Forest / N Beaver, Forest Springs, Fort Valley / Baderville, Fox Glenn, Kachina Village, Lake Mary, Longview Estates, Mountainaire, Mount Elden Estates, Mount Elden Park, Mt Elden, North Peak/McCann Estates, Observatory Mesa, Old Fort, Paradise Hills, Pine Dell, Pine Knoll District, Pinnacle Pines, Ponderosa Paradise, Ponderosa Trails, Presidio, Railroad Springs, Rio Homes, Rio Rancho, Sinagua Heights, Smokerise, Sunnyside, Sunset Crater Estates, Swiss Manor, Switzer Ridge, Timberline, Townsend Winona Rd, Turkey Hills North West, University Heights, West Peak and Saskan Ranch, West Route 66, Woodlands Estates, Woodlands Village, W Summit Ave and Wupatki Trails.

Things to see and do in Flagstaff include Flagstaff Visitor Center, Lowell Observatory, Museum of Northern Arizona, Arboretum at Flagstaff, Riordan Mansion State Historic Park, Pioneer Museum, Fort Tuthill Military Museum, Northern Arizona University Art Museum, Coconino Center for the Arts, Mount Elden, San Francisco Peaks, Arizona Snowbowl, Flagstaff Nordic Center, First Friday ArtWalk, Zuni Festival of Arts and Culture and Navajo Festival of Arts and Culture.

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Flagstaff, AZ