Travel Advisory

The safety of our visitors and residents is our highest priority. When planning to visit, call attractions and amenities prior to travel for updated information.

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Flagstaff COVID-19 Information & Toolkit

How is Flagstaff responding:

Discover Flagstaff: It's something you, your friends and family do, and we love you for it. We look forward to seeing you visit our mountain town when we are all back on our feet.

As the world is adjusting to new conditions of COVID-19, please call your lodging provider or the attraction/amenity you plan to visit in the future to learn how they are adjusting.

The City of Flagstaff is closely monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19 in Arizona. We are working with the Coconino County Health and Human Services Department (CCHHS), as they are leading the local response to COVID-19.

Open Businesses App
Click on this helpful link to see a map of Flagstaff businesses that remain open. The map includes information on limited services and hours that businesses may have adopted during this time.

Follow the link below to see a list of reopened restaurants, (candy shops) and coffee shops. The list is being updated regularly by Flagstaff Lodging, Restaurant & Tourism Association. Reopening's list 

Photo Steve Finch, President/CEO FLRTA in front of Sweet Shoppe Candy Store in downtown Flagstaff. Photo Credit BLAKE MCCORD.

Additional Resources:

US Travel Association

Destinations International

Arizona Lodging and Tourism Association 

Printable Resources from the CDC

Flagstaff Local - My Actions Matter

Visit the Flagstaff Local website to take the pledge and learn more about how you can support the Flagstaff community during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The video below gives some great ideas on how to responsibly support local businesses while observing health and safety guidelines.