Coconino County is the second largest county geographically in the United States. With an area of over 18,600 miles, it is larger than many of the states along the eastern coast of the United States and is larger than the country of Switzerland. It is a County of diverse cultures, people and landscapes. It is home to three National Forests, Five National Monuments (including the newest National Monument of Baaj Nwaavjo I’Tah Kukveni Grand Canyon National Monument), The Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, and the Grand Canyon National Park. It also encompasses parts of the Navajo Nation, Hualapai, Hopi, Havasupai, and Kaibab lands. More than 87% of the lands in Coconino County are public lands.

The county is divided into five Supervisory Districts. I represent District 1 and I am seeking re-election to District 1. As you can see from the map, District 1 is a massive district within the second-largest county in the united States.


Woodland Village, Boulder Pointe, Presidio, Coconino West, West Village Estates, Railroad Springs, Flagstaff Mesa, Flagstaff Townsite(Old Town), Downtown, Cedar Hill, Pinecrest, Hospital Hill (NOHO), Coconino Estates, Cheshire Estates, Westridge, Kinlani Estates, Mount Elden Park, Western Buffalo Park, Coyote Springs, Lockett Ranches, Linwood Heights

SOUTHERN BOUNDARY: The southern boundary of District 1 starts north side of Interstate 40 north of the NAU exit, and continues north past Route 66, through downtown Flagstaff and continues north through the west Flagstaff neighborhoods
and goes along Highway 180 north through the ranch lands along 180 and into Tusayan, Valle, the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park and down into the Havasupai village of Supai at the base of the Grand Canyon. 

NORTHERN BOUNDARY: The northern boundary goes from the middle of the Colorado River south through Supai and through the South Rim of the Grand Canyon and continues south along 180,  through west Flagstaff and culminated to the north side of Interstate 40 at the NAU exit.  

WESTERN BOUNDARY: District 1’s western boundary starts at the Yavapai County line near Ash Fork and goes east through the west Flagstaff neighborhoods to the CEDAR SAFEWAY SHOPPING CENTER.  

EASTERN BOUNDARY: The eastern boundary goes west from the Cedar Safeway Shopping Center through the west Flagstaff neighborhoods to the Yavapai County Line.

REDISTRICTING: The recent redistricting of the state caused a realignment of the Supervisory Districts and District 1’s district line on the east side was changed. After the 2024 election Paradise Hills and Grandview (located behind the Cedar Safeway Shopping Center) will no longer be in District 1. These neighborhoods (also known as Flagstaff precinct 8) will be part of District 2. Although each Supervisor will be running in the newly drawn districts, the Supervisors will continue to represent their current District until the new Supervisors are sworn in after the 2024 election.

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