historic neighborhood

Proposed Zoning Code Amendment Could Threaten Historic Neighborhoods

March 6, 2017 On Wednesday, March 8, the Planning and Zoning Commission will consider several proposed amendments to the zoning code. One of these amendments is regarding reduced setback requirements in the “Community Commercial” zone. This change is concerning because […]


Join F3’s Social Justice Committee!

The F3 Social Justice Committee was formed in response to the November 2016 election. We are engaging community members in addressing social justice and environmental issues at the local level. The committee meets on the fourth Thursday of every month. Everyone […]

No on HB2369

AZ Bill Seeks to Eliminate State Parks Board

January 31, 2017 A bill has been introduced in the Arizona House of Representatives that would eliminate the Arizona State Parks Board. This board provides citizen oversight to state parks; without it, all of the Board’s authority will be transferred […]

Protesters unite against the DAPL.

F3 Supports City Council Resolution to Oppose DAPL

On Tuesday, 1/31 at 6:00 pm, the Flagstaff City Council will discuss whether to approve a resolution opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). Our previous City Council did not support a discussion of this item; however, the new council voted […]


Council Discussion of Minimum Wage Initiatives this Tuesday, 1/17/17

January 16, 2017 Summary: Tomorrow (Tuesday, 1/17/17), the City Council will discuss the minimum wage increases approved by voters in the November 2016 election. The discussion will most likely focus on possible amendments to Proposition 414. One proposed amendment, put […]

Transect zoning is an option for developers throughout the downtown area. There are a variety of incentives available for utilizing this form-based code, which is designed to maximize density and walkability. While F3 supports these goals, we also believe some revision to the code is necessary now that we are seeing how it is implemented.

Transect Zoning Discussion at City Council Tonight (Tues, 1/10/17)

January 10, 2017 Action Item: Let the City Council know that you support revisions to the transect code that will create development that is more compatible with our community values (see our suggestions below if you’d like to cite something specific). […]