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District 1

Board of Supervisors

Coconino County is the second-largest county in the United States with an area of nearly 19,000 square miles. It is divided into (5) districts. I seek to represent District 1.

The five-member Board of Supervisors are elected by district to four-year terms. Supervisors work with the County Manager to establish administrative policy and direction for the County, and provide budgetary oversight.

Our current Supervisor, Art Babbott, has served District 1 well and is currently pursuing a position in the Arizona legislature. I look forward to the opportunity of serving you as Coconino County Supervisor.

Do you live in District 1?

Coconino County Districts Map
Coconino County Districts Map
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Northwest Flagstaff, the South Rim, and west to Mohave County

District 1 – Coconino Country is very diverse, containing northwest Flagstaff, the southern border of the Grand Canyon, sections of the Hualapai and Havasupai Nations, and extends west to the Coconino County’s border with Mohave County.

Find out!

Use this Coconino County Election map to find out if you live in District 1. Enter your postal address (e.g., if you are on a Drive, you would just use Dr). No city, state, zip is needed. Choose your address and the arrow of the marker on your home to find out.

If the information lists Art Babbott as your current County Supervisor, then you live in District 1.