Reimbursement Agreement — Fort Tuthill Sewer Utility Extension Project
April 25, 2023
Local residents may receive a letter notifying them of an opportunity to participate in a reimbursement agreement. This is an agreement between a governing body (City of Flagstaff) and a developer who pays for an extension of city infrastructure (water, sewer, or reclaimed piping system) for their project.
The developer is allowed to offer this benefit – connection to the new infrastructure – to potential residents within the project area and be reimbursed by additional users, to offset those initial costs, through the reimbursement agreement.
Currently, Coconino County is the developer of a sewer main extension to the Fort Tuthill area, enabling surrounding residents to participate in connecting to City sewer.
Learn more about reimbursement agreements here.
Foxglenn Park Partially Reopened
March 31, 2023
Foxglenn Park has partially reopened following a sanitary sewer overflow last week. Crews thoroughly cleaned and sanitized the back playing fields which are now safe for public use again. The playground remains closed until new groundcover material can be applied.
Foxglenn Park Emergency Closures
March 23, 2023
Areas in Foxglenn Park have been closed due to a sanitary sewer overflow issue. Recent rain and snow melt have infiltrated the sewer system, causing raw wastewater to seep intermittently from the manholes in the park. The rear parking area, playground, and rear playing fields are closed until further notice. Please avoid the closure area as crews work through this issue.
The Butler Street parking lot and adjacent baseball fields remain open.
Updates will be provided as they become available. Please direct your questions or concerns to email@example.com or call (928) 213-2400
February Water Commission Meeting
February 9, 2023
The Water Commission will meet Thursday, February 16, at 4 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Flagstaff City Hall and virtually via Microsoft Teams. Topics to be discussed include open channel maintenance accomplishments and more. View the notice of meeting and agenda here.
Water Commission Agenda Now Available
January 17, 2023
The Water Commission will meet Thursday, January 19, at 4 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Flagstaff City Hall and virtually via Microsoft Teams. Topics to be discussed include stormwater funding updates, the Inner Basin Pipeline Project, and more. View the notice of meeting and agenda here.
Home Energy Efficiency 101 Workshops
January 5, 2023
The Sustainability Office has partnered with Water Services and local home contractor Cozy Home to host free Home Energy Efficiency 101 Workshops. At these workshops, a licensed contractor demonstrates simple home energy efficiency upgrades, how to weatherize your home, and save money on your utility bills. Workshop participants receive a free home energy efficiency kit to kick-start energy upgrades. The kit includes weather-stripping, caulking, a low-flow showerhead, faucet aerator, an LED lightbulb, and much more! All items are demonstrated at the workshop so participants feel confident using them at home.
If you are interested in learning how to safely and effectively make energy efficiency upgrades in your home, attend one of our workshops this winter season.
Please REGISTER for any workshop below, whether in-person or remote.
- 01/10/2023, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Hybrid
- In-person at Sustainability Office (419 N Mogollon St.)
- Virtual via Zoom
- 01/31/2023, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Hybrid
- East Flagstaff Community Library (3000 N Fourth St #5)
- Virtual via Zoom
- 02/16/2023, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Location: East Flagstaff Community Library (3000 N Fourth St #5)
- 03/01/2023, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Location: Sustainability Office (419 N Mogollon St.)