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Our priority is the public health and safety of residents, visitors, and employees of Downtown Flagstaff. We're continuously working to keep our community safe, informed, and connected during these unprecedented times. Please visit our 
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Paid Parking Resumes - What You Need to Know
Starting March 1st, 2021 paid parking is returning to Downtown Flagstaff and we want you to be prepared! Some things will remain the same, and several enhancements have been made to the program, based on feedback from residents, visitors and the business community. You asked and we listened! 

Why start paid parking now?
Parking has been a difficult issue facing our community for over 50 years!  Businesses, employees, residents and customers have grown exponentially, however downtown parking supply has not increased - at all.  Increasing parking supply AND managing the limited supply are identified as critical to a continued vibrant and economically viable business community.  ParkFlag has been designed to deliver on both.

In recent months, parking availability in the core business district has again become limited.  Parking counts conducted by Parking Aides have shown occupancy levels of 70 - 90% most days.  With free parking and lack of enforcement, long-term parking patterns have returned to spaces intended for customer parking.  With the implementation of ParkFlag, we will have in place:
  • Better management of our existing - and limited - parking supply
  • A dedicated funding source to acquire or build additional parking
  • A comprehensive approach addressing parking for residents, employees, business owners, customers and visitors
  • FREE EcoPasses for employees and additional bike racks as multi-modal options
What has been improved?
1. Hours have been reduced and simplified to: 
Sunday - Thursday - 9am - 5pm
Friday - Saturday - 9am - 8pm
Hours are based on 2 years of user data and when parking is in most demand; and now encourages patrons to grab a quick bite or coffee in the morning, and enjoy happy hour, dinner and shopping after 5pm.

2. FREE 20-minute curbside pick-up zones will remain in place!
Curbside pick-up zones will stay for added convenience and to support quick stops at businesses.  These spaces support all businesses, and are not specific to individual businesses.
3. Additional locations for FREE parking
  • City and County lots are free after 5pm and on weekends
  • 2 hour free parking on Route 66
  • Park for free anytime outside of the ParkFlag district (i.e., north of Cherry, West of Humphreys, cross streets on the Southside).
4. More cash payment options!
Additional kiosks that accept cash have been added, check the Downtown Flagstaff Parking Guide for exact locations. 

5. Employee permits have been reduced! 
Employee permits are now $10 a month, and additional block faces have been added for employee parking. ParkFlag also offers FREE Mountain Line EcoPasses for employees. 
What remains the same? 
  • Parking is $1 an hour.  
  • Know your license plate number! Snap a photo of your plate before paying at the kiosks. 
  • Touchless payment options are available through the Flowbird App 
What are the benefits and what does parking pay for? 
Parking revenues are re-invested into Downtown Flagstaff to pay for:
• Parking operations and maintenance
• Future parking supply
• Downtown employee ECO passes

In addition, there are many other benefits to paid parking downtown such as:
• Manages limited parking supply so convenient parking remains available for customers
• Promotes safe parking practices
Download the new Downtown Flagstaff Parking Guide to make your parking experience easy and convenient - HERE. 
Last Chance to Celebrate Arizona Beer Month!
The Arizona Craft Brewers Guild has extended Arizona Beer Week through the whole month of February, which means there are only a few more days to celebrate!  

Experience all of Northern Arizona’s amazing beers and breweries. Our downtown breweries have lots of exciting things planned from new beers, discounts, food specials and MORE! 

You can also take part in the Flagstaff Brewery Trail if you haven't already. Here’s how it works:
1. Visit each Flagstaff brewery listed on the map
2. Get all nine stickers by visiting each brewery
3. Trade your completed passport for a commemorative souvenir nonic style pint glass at one of two 
Flagstaff Convention & Visitors Bureau locations listed on the map.

You can download a copy of the Flagstaff Brewery Trail Map and learn more about Northern Arizona Beer Month by following this link: 
Celebrate the last few days of Arizona Beer Month and support our local breweries & restaurants in Downtown Flagstaff!  ✨🍻
The Orpheum Theater: Kid's Wonder Club
Nackard Pepsi presents Kid's Wonder Club: A Virtual Family Program airing every Wednesday at 6:30pm!  There are a couple shows left in March that you can stream for FREE by visiting the Orpheum Theater's YouTube Page! Grab your kiddos and check out what shows you can stream during March: 

March 3rd: A Celebration of Black Poets with Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival
  • Stream the Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival's newest video project: “I, too, sing America,” a celebration of Black poets. The short film features Arizona-based Black actors who give stirring renditions of the famous poems that bring these historic words off the page.

March 10: Archeology Awareness Month with Museum of Northern Arizona
  • This live stream will teach you about puzzles from the past! During Archaeology Awareness Month, watch along as they visit an MNA archaeology lab to see and learn how archaeologists use broken pieces to understand early human history. AND you can make your own potsherd puzzle at home! 

    Visit the Orpheum Theater’s website to read more information and see what else they have in store for future months! 

Enjoy the New Heritage Square Gazebos
Make sure to take advantage of the gazebos in Heritage Square (Especially with the weather warming up)! 

You can enjoy outdoor dining while keeping public health top-of-mind. And thanks to Discover Flagstaff, you can be entered to win awesome prizes just for spending time at one of the gazebos! You can win gift certificates from various downtown businesses such Olive the Best, Diablo Burger, and Rainbow's End. 
All you have to do is take a photo of yourself enjoying one of the gazebos, and use the hashtag #FlagstaffGazebo
New Downtown Businesses Coming Soon! 
Official open dates will be announced soon. Make sure to check back to their social media pages for a confirmed grand opening day!
Matty G's - 6 E. Aspen Ave (corner of Aspen and Leroux) - Arizona-owned business known for steakburgers and sports memorabilia.  Opens soon!

Matty G's Lobsta Rolls - 6 E. Aspen Ave., Suite 100 (Leroux entrance)

The Old British Chippy - 109 N. Leroux St. - Menu features traditional English fish and chips, savory pies and rolls, and battered onions.  Testing menu now, opening soon!

Miramonte Homes - 109 N. Leroux St.  Opening soon!

Electric Bikes of Flagstaff - 14 E. Birch.  Opening April 2021

Logan Tally Group, Remax Fine Properties - 12 N. Beaver St. Open now!

Wee Scotty - 18 N. Leroux St. - Sewing studio & boutique, kids classes, sewing notions & fabric, etc.  Open now!
Flagstaff Downtown Business Alliance
6 E. Aspen Ave, Suite 200
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

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