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URGENT PUBLIC MEETING! Butler/4th Street Improvements Project

Public meeting – Wednesday, October 18from 5:30–7 p.m. at the Aquaplex (1702 N Fourth St.) Please submit your input through this survey: https://www.flagstaff.az.gov/3284/Flagstaff-Community-Forum#community_feedback The City of Flagstaff has enlisted a consultant to produce designs for street improvements along the east side of Butler near 4th Street. Please see project page here.Please see Project Presentation here. Most notable are some very concerning concepts for the intersection at Butler and 4th. Even

Trail Day! September 9th, Pedals vs. Pistons vs. Horseshoes vs. Hiking Boots, Fort Valley Trails Maintenance

Meet at Fort Valley Trail Head at FR 164B. Google map. We’ll be maintaining trails in the Fort Valley area with all of our friends from Coconino Trail Riders, Coconino Horsemen‘s Alliance and Northern Arizona Trail Runners Association. What to bring and other details: All Trail events start at 8:30 am and conclude with lunch at 1:00 pm unless otherwise noted. Coffee will be served between 8:00 am and 8:30

Trail Day! August 12th, Little Gnarly, Schultz Loops and/or Climb 3

We’ll be rerouting one or more of these trails as part of the Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills Recreation Planning Project (MEDL). ***MEETING LOCATION ACCESS!!*** We will be allowed to drive up Schultz Pass Road from Fort Valley Road to get to Sunset Trail Head. Please arrive on time! Google Map PLEASE RSVP: We will are asking that participants RSVP at least a day before each event in order for

Trail Day! July 29th, Little Gnarly, Schultz Loops and/or Climb 3

We’ll be rerouting one or more of these trails as part of the Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills Recreation Planning Project (MEDL). ***MEETING LOCATION ACCESS!!*** We will be allowed to drive up Schultz Pass Road from Fort Valley Road to get to Sunset Trail Head. Please arrive on time! Google Map PLEASE RSVP: We will are asking that participants RSVP at least a day before each event in order for

Trail Day! July 15th, Little Gnarly, Schultz Loops and/or Climb 3

We’ll be rerouting one or more of these trails as part of the Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills Recreation Planning Project (MEDL). ***UPDATED MEETING LOCATION ACCESS!!*** We will be able to drive up Schultz Pass Road from Fort Valley Road to get to Sunset Trail Head which should quicker and easier for most folks! Google Map Meet at the gate on Elden Springs, FR 556. Elden Springs and Schultz Pass

Observatory Mesa Trails Planning Draft – Please Attend Public Meeting, Take Survey, Write Comments

Flagstaff Biking Organization’s comment letter here. The City of Flagstaff Parks, Recreation, Open Space and Events (PROSE) has released its revised Draft Greater Observatory Mesa Trail Plan. The original Draft was put on hold and greatly revised into its current iteration, available here https://www.flagstaff.az.gov/3284/Flagstaff-Community-Forum?cf_url=https%3A%2F%2Fcommunityfeedback.opengov.com%2Fportals%2Fflagstaffaz%2FIssue_12892#peak_democracy . —Please take this survey! https://communityfeedback.opengov.com/12892 —Write a letter and send it before July 16th. Address it to: mark@swdresources.comRobert.Wallace@flagstaffaz.govcouncil@flagstaffaz.gov FBO will be sending a comment letter,

Flagstaff Biking Organization, USFS and Flagline Trails Partnering on Mount Elden/Dry Lake Hills Trail Project

Flagstaff, Arizona, June 6th, 2023 – Flagstaff Biking Organization (FBO) has obtained funding and will be hiring a professional trail building company, Flagline Trails, also of Flagstaff, to design and build a mountain bike flow trail, design and layout a new alignment for a multi-use single track trail, known as “Climb 3”, and place trail signage as part of the Mount Elden Dry lake Hills Recreation Planning Project (MEDL) implementation.

Flagstaff Bike Month wrap-up

Thank you Flagstaff! A HUGE shout out to our Bike Month sponsors Cambium Wealth & Legacy StrategiesDark Sky Brewing CompanyFlagstaff Bone & JointAWD LawFlagstaff Emergency PhysiciansJoy Cone CompanyProof: Physical Therapy Performance including the local businesses that generously donated raffle prizes, participated in Bike to Dine out Tuesdays, Bike to Breakfast, two Kidical Mass Ride and ice cream socials, Bike to School Day and the entire Flagstaff community helping to support a super successful

June 1 – Making a Bikeable and Walkable Flagstaff for All with Adam Shimoni, FBO Board Member

Join Adam Shimoni and special guests for a discussion on the history, present, and future of biking and walking transportation infrastructure in Flagstaff! Adam will discuss planning documents issued by the City of Flagstaff from 1980 to 2022 and the successes and missteps in implementing the plans. He will also discuss his work regarding transportation in the recent past and what is ahead, plus how you can get involved and

Flagstaff Bike Month – Week 4

Did I win a raffle prize? Check out this week’s winners – May 22-28. Show your appreciation!Post your prize on social media and tag the local business.#iridebecause #2023flagstaffbikemonth #thankyouFlagstaff Big shout out to our local businesses that generouslydonated raffle prizes! THANK YOU! Check out our TikTok video highlights from Bike Month.(Thanks Adam Shimoni) Weekly Stats (month to date): 2400+ rides over 25,769 miles riddenAlmost 531 unique riders Rides by modality (month to date)Commuter 1281 | Road 305 | Mountain Bike