Record And Goals


Mitigating Traffic Congestion

  • Trailhead shuttle Park-n-Ride system
  • Micro-transit (on-request service for residents)
  • Uptown traffic improvements
  • Pedestrian crossing improvements
  • Forest Road Extension ("Y" Bypass)

Housing solutions

  • Supporting public and private partnerships to develop transitional, affordable and workforce housing alternatives (Hope House, Sunset Lofts, Shelby Rd. property)
  • Down payment/closing cost assistance program for local workers
  • Rent local program (incentivizing conversion of STRs to long-term rentals

Emergency Response and Evacuation Plan

  • Worked arm in arm with residents to promote the need for a revitalized emergency response and evacuation plan
  • Secured city funding to work with first responder and county emergency response teams to develop an up-to-date emergency planning guide
  • Know your Zone! Check out the city's plan and know your zone! Visit:

Cultural Park Master Planning

  • Supported the purchase of this 40-acre parcel so that it can meet the needs of our community, AS IDENTIFIED BY OUR COMMUNITY through a master planning process that INCLUDES PUBLIC INPUT
  • Potential property uses include: housing and assisted living alternatives, recreation, arts and culture, open space preservation, improved trail access, and more


  • Brought tourism program in-house as a city department for better oversight, management, and control after Chamber of Commerce contract ended

Preserving Local History, Neighborhood Character and Open Space

  • Worked with Chapel and Mystic Hill neighbors to ensure that trailhead parking remained right-sized for the neighborhood
  • Protecting the historic integrity of the Ranger Station Park on Brewer Road
  • Enhancing community walkability (shared use paths: Thunder Mountain/Sanborn, Soldiers Pass, Dry Creek, Chapel, and Andante
  • Trash ordinance to prevent nuisance and protect neighborhood aesthetic

Increased Recreation Programs

  • Pickle Ball Courts (8)
  • Swimming Pool Advocacy
  • New playground equipment and shade structures
  • Acceleration of the build-out of Ranger Park (due to open this summer)
  • Dog Park improvements and preservation of Yappy Hour


  • Improvements at the wastewater treatment facility
  • Retained our grey water for potential future use
  • Increased solar power and added EV charging stations
  • Funding for the Red Rock Trail Fund
  • Energy retro fit program and composting program for Sedona residents

Arts and Culture

  • Supported the Sedona Historical Society by funding a contract for a full-time Executive Director to showcase local history and culture
  • Increased Library funding (to fill a gap created by Yavapai County cuts)
  • Support ongoing local artist exhibitions at City Hall

State Legislative Advocacy

  • Ensuring that Sedona's voice is heard at the state level by hiring a legislative advocate, bringing our community concerns directly to the capitol (including Short Term Rentals, OHVs, local control)
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