This open house is the first in a series of public meetings concerning the Red Gap Ranch Pipeline Project Feasibility Study.
The City of Flagstaff is conducting a feasibility study to determine a variety of information associated with a possible water pipeline installation from the City's Red Gap Ranch located 40 miles east of Flagstaff. The study will define the most optimum pipeline alignment, design of the pipeline and associated facilities, right-of-way, federal, state & tribal environmental laws, and estimated costs associated with the construction, operations, and maintenance of the pipeline. Public awareness and input is critical, as the City of Flagstaff works to bring a sustainable water supply to the growing Flagstaff community. The Flagstaff Water Commission Open House will focus on the background of the project and issues associated with the conceptual design of the pipeline. City of Flagstaff and Jacobs Engineering project staff will give a brief presentation, followed by an informal Open House Meeting where project information is provided and team members are available to speak with the public.
Please join the Flagstaff Water Commission to learn about this exciting project. To make special accommodations, please contact Cody Gildart, Community Relations Specialist, at (928) 226-0236.