Click to Home

Go To Search
Printer FriendlyEmail Page
Flagstaff Area Stream Team (FAST)
The mission of the Flagstaff Area Stream Team is to identify opportunities for restoration maintenance and preservation of streams, wash corridors, and open channels within the city limits and take an active role in achieving these goals. See Subwatershed Image.

Project Purpose & Goal 
 Flagstaff Area Stream Team (FAST) FAST 

The reaches listed below have been selected as the top candidates for restoration and preservation. There are two restoration groups that are currently active and moving forward to initiate the development of a plan. If you are interested in participating or would like more detailed information, please contact David McKee by phone at (928) 213-2474 or by email.

Reaches Selected for Restoration



Active / Inactive

Rio de Flag Reach 80 - 100 North of Old Route 66 to treatment plant Currently Active
Rio de Flag Reach 320 - 410 Lone Tree to Little America property N/A
Rio de Flag Reach 610 - 630 Cheshire Park Wetlands Currently Active

Reaches Selected for Preservation



Rio de Flag Reach 30 - 320 Rio de Flag treatment plant to Picture Canyon
Skunk Creek Reach 10 - 50 Confluence of Skunk and Fay Canyon and Walnut Creek
Walnut Creek Reach 30 - 40 Downstream of Lake Mary Road before National Park

Flagstaff City Hall, 211 West Aspen Ave., Flagstaff, AZ 86001, Phone: (928) 213-2000