Flagstaff's First Climate Action and Adaptation Plan

The Climate Action and Adaptation Plan will serve as a road map for how Flagstaff prepares for, and responds to, climate change.

A draft Plan has been developed for City Council and public review in fall 2018.

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How to give feedback on the Plan:


Complete the short survey on the Flagstaff Community Forum to provide feedback on the Draft Plan.


Drop by for an informal conversation with staff about your questions and concerns regarding the draft Plan.

7:30 - 9:30 am, October 19th
Kickstand Kafe
719 N Humphreys Street


Three Open Houses for the public to review the draft Plan were held October 4th - 11th.


We will review the draft Plan with the Flagstaff City Council at a 3rd Council work session on October 23rd, 2018 at 6pm.

Special Council meeting location: Coconino Community College, Lone Tree Commons, 2800 South Lone Tree Road.
Review the City Council agendas to see where on the agenda the Climate Plan discussion will fall.

Feel free to email us if you have any questions or concerns.

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  1. How did we get here?
  2. What is a Climate Plan?
  3. Why a Climate Plan?


These documents set a foundation for the Plan:

  • The Climate Profile, describing the climate changes Flagstaff is likely to see.
  • A Vulnerability Assessment, describing how these changes will impact Flagstaff, including our health, economy, infrastructure and more.



What's next?

  • After the October Open Houses and fall Council work sessions, all feedback will be used to edit the final draft of the Plan.
  • A final Plan will be presented for consideration by the City Council on November 20th.

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We send a monthly Climate Plan newsletter and updates about upcoming events.

To sign up for this newsletter and update list, fill out this short form here.

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