F3 Transition Message

Friends of Flagstaff’s Future is currently in a transition to reposition itself to better serve the needs of its members and the wider Flagstaff community in our new political climate. To do this more effectively, we will go without an […]


Dawn steps down as Executive Director

Dear F3 Supporters and Friends, It has been my great pleasure to work for and with you this past year. I have learned and grown and met the most amazing people. The thing I am the most in awe of […]


What are the Candidates Top Three Priorities?

In an ideal world, our City Council Candidates would be able to do it all, yesterday. But any job requires prioritiies– where will the Candidates focus their attention and energy? We asked the Candidates what their top 3 priorities will […]


Climate Action Plan: Give your Feedback

The City of Flagstaff is working with community members to create Flagstaff’s first Climate Action and Adaptation Plan. The plan will provide a roadmap for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and preparing Flagstaff for a changing climate. They are now in […]


F3 Candidate Forum and Local Initiatives on August 30th

It’s an election year, which means that Friends of Flagstaff’s Future is excited to provide a Flagstaff City Council Candidate Forum.  We will be holding the Forum from 5:30 to 8:00 pm on August 30th at the Coconino Community College Lone Tree Campus (2800 […]


Help F3 Keep our Open Spaces Beautiful this Friday evening!

Join United by Blue, Peace Surplus, the City of Flagstaff, Friends of Rio de Flag, Friends of Flagstaff’s Future, and Natural Restorations for their first ever joint waterway cleanup in Flagstaff, AZ! This cleanup is one of 20 that United […]


Join F3 at Families Belong Together Rally this Saturday

A coalition of Together We Will, Keep Flagstaff Together, Repeal Coalition, Friends of Flagstaff’s Future and the CocoDems are joining together to protest the policy of forced separation of children from parents and detainment at the border. The Rally will […]


F3 Officially Endorses Proposition 422 (Attainable Housing Bond)

Proposition 422: Improving Housing Affordability (previously known as Attainable Housing Bond) is a $25M bond that will be spread out over 20 years in which a Committee, made up non-profits, realtors, developers, and other interested parties will make recommendations to Council in a public […]