Arizona Snowbowl working on new master plan

By Scott Buffon | Arizona Daily Sun

After Arizona Snowbowl had its longest winter season on record, J.R. Murray, the general manager at Snowbowl, has officially released information detailing their latest master development plan that will be filed with the U.S. Forest Service.

Murray told the Arizona Daily Sun they are intending to file their new master plan proposal this summer. Currently, their plans include expanding the services offered to their visitors without adding an acre to the Forest Service permitted land within Snowbowl’s 777-acre resort. Murray also said their expansion would not require a new water agreement for more water from the City of Flagstaff.

“Flagstaff is known for its quality outdoor recreation. Land allocation for the ski area has been made and it’s designated for recreation,” Murray said. “We’re happy with that 777 acres. Anything we propose is inside of that.”


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