Important Dates

There's always something happening with Discover Flagstaff, and our stakeholders and partners input and participation are valued . . . please join us!

Stakeholder Roundtables

Save the date(s) -- May 11 and 12, 2020. You are ALL invited to Discover Flagstaff's roundtables, virtual meeting, in the verticals listed below:

Monday, May 11
Hotels/motels/B&Bs: 9-11 a.m.
Restaurants, Bars and Breweries: 2-4 p.m.

Tuesday, May 12
Attractions: 9-11 a.m.
Local Tours/Guides/Transportation & Recreation Vehicle Rental Companies: 2-4 p.m.

Download and review the following:
Discover Flagstaff April 23, 2020 City Council Tourism Presentation Discover Flagstaff Tourism Recovery Plan

Please join us in a well-rounded discussion encompassing upcoming plans, best practices and to design cooperative marketing!

Use these Teams links to log in, participate, and stay in the know! Please RSVP to by May 8, 2020.

Annual Stakeholder and Partner Luncheon

Save the date -- October 15, 2020. This free and highly anticipated luncheon will share results from the past year as well as include programming insight for the coming year. Always relevant and inspiring, Keynote speaker – Billy Mills — is a successful indigenous athlete, and the second Native American to win an Olympic gold medal. He is the first and only U.S. Olympic Gold Medal Winner in the 10,000-meter run, since his win during the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. In Mills' lifetime, he has persevered many hardships, overcoming adversity, poverty and racism, too. 2020 is an Olympic year, and coincidentally taking place in Tokyo again. Mills' story is compelling and relevant as business' endure change in Flagstaff.

Coffee Klatch

Scheduled the second Friday monthly, this casual round-table meeting discusses various tourism topics provided impromptu by stakeholders and partners. Flagstaff's main library is the primary location, 300 W. Aspen Avenue, however, stakeholders also occasionally host these meetings. Please connect with for more information.

Tourism Service Day

Due to the unforeseen series of events, caused by COVID-19, there will not be a trash pickup this year. We care deeply about our community and are encouraging all to remain sheltered in place, safe, healthy, and spending time with loved ones.

To celebrate Tourism Week, check into a nearby hotel for a weekend getaway, order takeout from your favorite restaurant and tune in to a variety of virtual events provided by Lowell Observatory, Museum of Northern Arizona, Creative Spirits, and so many more!

Tourism Commission

Occurring the fourth Tuesday monthly, Tourism Commission meetings begin at 1:30 p.m., in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 211 W. Aspen Avenue.