Relocating to Flagstaff


Flagstaff has something for everyone.

Nestled at the base of the San Francisco Peaks, Flagstaff has the charm of a small town with the diversity and opportunities of a big city. It is home to both a Historic District boasting buildings from the late 19th Century as well as burgeoning Bioscience and Technology fields that embrace the future. Northern Arizona University calls Flagstaff home. Although it is rural in nature, Flagstaff is also the hub of many of the state’s major attractions, including the Grand Canyon, Sedona, and Lake Powell. Phoenix is located two hours south.

Flagstaff enjoys a wide diversity of housing for its 70,000 residents. Accommodations range from studio apartments to estates in beautiful golf club communities.

The city abounds in fabulous assets, such as its convenient location, gorgeous mountain setting and a small-town university feel with the amenities of a big city.

Flagstaff offers a multitude of educational opportunities for students of all ages. Northern Arizona University and Coconino Community College offer excellent higher education opportunities while numerous public, private, Montessori, and Waldorf schools are available for the children of our community.

Flagstaff has healthcare options for everyone. Flagstaff Medical Center and North Country healthcare provide affordable, comprehensive healthcare and our many specialists, such as Northern Arizona Orthopaedics, provide services for all of your medical needs.

Transportation around Flagstaff is available in a multitude of ways. Air travel to and from Flagstaff is provided by Flagstaff Pulliam Airport and Wiseman Aviation. Locals take advantage of our hybrid/electric bus system that spans all of the city or, for the more health conscious, the ever expanding Flagstaff Urban Trail System (FUTS) offers over 50 miles of finished trails in and around Flagstaff.

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