Flaffstaff, AZ

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Flagstaff, AZ

At an elevation of 7,000 feet, in the midst of the world’s largest ponderosa pine forest, Flagstaff is a four season hub of activity. History buffs will delight in the Route 66 nostalgia and the museums and attractions dedicated to Flagstaff’s Native American culture and old west legacy.

LDS Population

LDS Members make up % of Flagstaff.

LDS History

The Mormon Battalion was the first presence of Latter-day Saints in Arizona. The first Mormons came to the Salt River Valley in 1877. Within 30 years migration towards what is now Phoenix had begun and a few families crossed the Salt River to settle. By 1912, just 10 months after Arizona became a state, a group of nine members met in a Knights of Pythias Temple, a room above Donofrio’s Confectionery, in Phoenix for the first time.

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Current Weather

humidity: 14%
wind: 18mph SW
H 74 • L 68
82 Degree

July Average High Temp

16 Degree

January Low Temp

Snowflake Arizona Temple

118 miles SW of Flagstaff

Family Friendly

Flagstaff attracts outdoor enthusiasts year-round with its spacious vistas and cool, clean mountain air. Favorite activities include hiking, mountain biking, disk golf, camping, boating and rock climbing. During the winter months, Flagstaff is host to countless skiers and snowboarders.

Flagstaff News


In 2012, the city’s estimated population was 67,468. The combined metropolitan area of Flagstaff has an estimated population 134,421. It is the county seat of Coconino County.