THURSDAY FEB 21, 2019 UPDATE: Coconino County Public Works crews are working to keep all county roads open and passable throughout the current snowstorm. Crews give priority to main arterial and collector road followed by residential roads. Motorists are asked to drive for conditions and give snowplows plenty of room as they work to plow area roadways.

As a reminder, County Ordinance 86-6 prohibits motorists from parking on county roadways between Nov. 1 and April 1 on a 24-hour basis. Residents are asked to park their vehicles five to 10 feet from the roadway to allow ample room for snowplows to pass.

For an update on area road conditions visit or

The public can also call:

  • Coconino County: 928-779-8300
  • City of Flagstaff: 928-774-1605
  • Arizona Department of Transportation: Visit or dial 5-1-1.

Be prepared and always have on hand:

  • Three days of non-perishable food and water (one gallon per day per family member)
  • First aid kit and extra supply of medication
  • Personal hygiene supplies, extra clothing, footwear, gloves, blankets, sleeping bags
  • Extra food for pets and livestock
  • Flashlight, extra batteries and a battery operated radio
  • Alternate heat source (kerosene, wood, etc.)
  • Full propane tank (if applicable)
  • Extra set of car keys, cash, credit cards
  • Snow shovels
  • An emergency plan for the entire family

Vehicle preparedness tips:

  • Winterize your vehicle (antifreeze, wipers, battery, snow tires)
  • Carry an emergency kit consisting of tire chains or cables, blankets, tow strap, jumper cables, flashlight, water, first aid kit, ice scraper, extra clothing, and appropriate tools
  • Keep the gas tank at least half full
  • When traveling, let someone know your intended route and expected time of arrival
  • Allow extra time for travel and drive accordingly
  • Extra blanket and food.
  • Cell Phone Charger

From this portal, you can easily check both Utah and Arizona road conditions.

Click here for Utah traffic information.

Get the free app from the Arizona Department of Transportation that will help you avoid unplanned and lengthy travel delays and other serious highway hazards here.

Using geofencing technology, ADOT will send alerts to mobile devices with the app in affected areas and in advance of roadway decision points, giving the public plenty of time to choose an alternate route or delay their travel plans and avoid sitting in lengthy backups.

To get the most out of ADOT Alerts, enable Location Services and Push Notifications so you can be immediately notified of the most relevant alerts in your area. That way, whenever ADOT sends an alert to an area your mobile device is in, it will pop up on your device’s screen with a distinctive alert sound.

Users do not have to sign up, register or create a log-in to use the app. You remain 100 percent anonymous.

The app can be downloaded free of charge in Apple’s App Store and Google Play. Search for “ADOT Alerts” in the respective app store.

More information about the app can be found at