According to Arizona Commerce Authority, "with 18,661 square miles, Coconino is the second largest county in the United States and the largest in Arizona, but is one of the most sparsely populated." For this reason, public transit is a challenge. NAIPTA (Northern Arizona Intergovernmental Transportation Authority) is the transit agency in northern Arizona operating the Mountain Line, Mountain Lift and Mountain Link systems in the Flagstaff area.
Coconino County employees receive Mountain Line's ecoPass upon employment, which allows them to use the Mountain Line bus transit, free of charge. The County Sustainability team encourages employees to carpool and bike to work, when feasible, and to reduce idling. The County also participates in Bike to Work week in May.
For information on County Parks and Trail Systems as well as a map of Greater Flagstaff Area Trails, click here.
County Electric Vehicles and Charging Stations
The County currently has one charging station located at the King Street Health and Human Services building. The station is a Chargepoint station and has a CCS/SAE or a J-1772 connector and currently, only to be used for charging the County's electric vehicles. For other electric vehicle charging stations located throughout Coconino County, go to Plugshare.
The County currently purchased two 2020 Chevy Bolt electric vehicles for use in the County's motorpool. Moving forward, the County plans to purchase more electric vehicles for its fleet when replacements are necessary. You may see the County's electric vehicles around the community. They have the County's logo with a green electric cord with the phrase, "Coconino County Cares - People, Planet, Prosperity."