Coconino County Recorder

Blue outline of the State of Arizona with a red outline showing Coconino county.
  • Population: 146,000
  • Registered voters: 90,000
  • Local election authority: County Recorder (elected)
  • Full-time election staff: 9
  • Coconino County Election Website

Coconino County is a county located in the northern part of the state of Arizona. It is the second-largest county in the United States by land area, covering approximately 18,661 square miles.

Coconino County is known for its diverse landscape, which includes the Grand Canyon, portions of the Colorado Plateau, and the San Francisco Peaks. It is known for its stunning natural beauty, with numerous national forests, parks, and wilderness areas, making it a popular destination for outdoor recreation.

The county is home for members of five Native American tribes: the Navajo Nation, Hopi; the Havasupai, the Hualapai, and the San Juan Paiute.

The county seat and largest city is Flagstaff, which is also home to Northern Arizona University, a major educational institution in the region. The economy of Coconino County is diverse, with major industries including tourism, education, healthcare, government, and transportation. The tourism industry is a significant driver of the local economy, with the Grand Canyon, Petrified Forest National Park, and other natural attractions drawing millions of visitors each year.

Overall, Coconino County is known for its stunning natural scenery, outdoor recreational opportunities, and diverse economy. It offers a high quality of life for residents and visitors alike, with its unique combination of natural beauty, cultural attractions, and educational institutions.