Flagstaff is the largest city in Coconino County, encompassing 64 square miles. Approximately 73,000 residents live in Flagstaff and the surrounding area.

Originally formed as a logging community in the late 1800s, Flagstaff sits at the base of the 12,000 foot, San Francisco Peaks. At an elevation of 7,000 feet above sea level, Flagstaff is one of the highest cities in America. Similar to most mountain communities, it boasts a classic four season climate. Flagstaff has the largest Ponderosa pine forest in the United States.

Flagstaff has all amenities of a modern city including a state of the art 213 bed hospital, numerous locations for shopping, dining and an airport with major airline service.
Flagstaff is home to both the Northern Arizona University and Coconino Community College. 18 public schools, four magnet and numerous charter, private and parochial schools.

Slayton Ranch Estates is in the Unified School District.


More Information and links about Flagstaff, AZ

Flagstaff Unified School District:


Northern Arizona University:


Coconino National Forest:  


The Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce:


Snowbowl ~ Flagstaff’s local ski resort:


Arizona Daily Sun:


Armour Self Storage: