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2005, January 5
Recent Sedona weather has attracted national media attention. This must be a slow news time of year. Recent media stories have portrayed Sedona as devastated as those areas hit by the tragic Tsunami that hit the far east. The truth is: Sedona's location is described as "high desert". About once every 10 years or so we get an unusually large rain storm which increases the level of Oak Creek and causes some flooding in the flood prone areas adjacent to Oak Creek. Last week we received a storm with about 4 inches of rainfall. An equal amount of rain fell in Flagstaff causing the level of normally calm Oak Creek to swell. For a few hours during the height of the runoff the bridge crossing Oak Creek at Tlaquapaque was closed. Sedona was never isolated (as was reported my the media). Sedona's businesses, hotels, restaurants, and other businesses sustained no damage from the rain storm. All of Sedona's many attractions are in prefect shape and continue to be available to you whenever you choose to visit us. The unusually heavy rainfall will make for a fantastic Spring - with increased wild flower growth and beautiful lush green trees and vegetation. Sedona evenings have been beautiful with fantastic sunsets. If you haven't recently seen what the galaxies look like from a "dark sky" area Sedona is worth a visit. We generally have crystal clear skies.
This page is for perpetual written accounts of historical events that have occurred in the city. Anyone who feels they have pertinent information may submit it. This includes all people in or out of Sedona and could involve any interested adults or children with events or items that are of interest. Items may be submitted for publication on this page where they will remain as part of a historical archive for the city. Items of interest may include noteworthy events, special events of historical importance, information about area growth that pertains to the history of the city, and other pertinent notes. We hope to establish a large data base of information about the history of each city. Historical Societies are encouraged to open their own page on Key to the City for more extensive historical information.
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