|theflagstaffbuzz.com||Tuesday, August 30, 2016|
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Elevation: 6,905 feet
Population: 52,894 residents in 2000
45,900 residents in 2005
Hottest month: July (82 F degrees average high temperature)
Coldest month: January (15 F degrees average low temperature)
Weather: Abrupt changes... Read more >>
Flagstaff is the county seat of Coconino County, the second largest in the United States. The city sits at the base of an ancient volcano, San Francisco Peaks. The mountain rises 12,670 feet and is Arizonas highest point. The peaks are sacred to Indians in the region because they are considered to be home to the Hopi kachinas or ancestor gods. The Peaks are also one of the 4 sacred mountains of the Navajo.
Flagstaff started as a railroad town... Read more >>
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