In the fall of 2018 the Flagstaff City Council and the Coconino County Board of Supervisors both unanimously approved an agreement to move animal shelter services to the former Second Chance Center for Animals (SCCA) building on Highway 89, which has been renamed to High Country Humane. I am so proud to have been part of the team that made this happen. Today we have a state of the art facility and are fulfilling a vision of high quality animal welfare services for our community. High Country Humane is an example of what a group of committed residents working with a caring County government can achieve.
“We could not have moved the long way from where we were as an animal welfare task force to getting the contract without the critical help of Patrice Horstman guiding and connecting us to the path required. Patrice works effectively with diverse individuals to find solutions for our community “
Ken Lamm, Citizen of the Year 2018, Arizona Daily Sun and Chairman, Board of Directors, High Country Humane