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  • 23 Aug 2020 8:23 PM | Kevin Adams (Administrator)

  • 21 May 2020 4:20 PM | Kevin Adams (Administrator)

    Click here to get the details on how the Western Gateway came to be.

  • 15 Mar 2020 11:08 AM | Kevin Adams (Administrator)


  • 11 Mar 2020 10:03 AM | Anonymous

    I would like to thank everyone who helped out raising money at the SRRTF booth this past weekend at the bike festival. During the three day period, $6,754.00 was raised just from the SRRTF crew engaging with the festival on goers. We will also have revenue from the efforts of the VVCC festival booth, online revenue and various vendors making donations.

    My sincere THANK YOU to Dan Blaettler, Bonnie Miller, Deb Gens, Lela Montefort, Marilyn Paul, Stephanie Giesbrecht and Liz Sweeney for volunteering your time at the booth.


    Woohoo! Bonnie's running the donation on the card reader.

    Running a card donation



  • 11 Mar 2020 9:06 AM | Anonymous

    As the festival was winding down on Sunday March 8, 2020, Jason Contino with Adidas 5.10 made a $438.00 donation to SRRTF to help care for our red rock trails. Thank you for your support!



  • 30 Jan 2020 4:21 PM | Kevin Adams (Administrator)

    On Wednesday January 29, 2020, Keep Sedona Beautiful held their annual award ceremony. This year, SRRTF Director and Trail Keeper, Mike Raney received an award for Community Service. 

    Mike accepting his award

    Mike with his award!


    SRRTF Board Members Congratulating Mike

    Additionally, the Sedona Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau, was also honored for Sustainability.

    Congratulations Mike and Jennifer!

  • 14 Jan 2020 7:40 AM | Kevin Adams (Administrator)

    Click here to view Scott Buffon's AZ Daily Sun article that references the SRRTF's efforts in Sedona.

  • 1 Dec 2019 3:56 AM | Anonymous

    North side of CourthouseCourthouse Butte trail was one of the four trails submitted to RRRD earlier this year as “small projects” to be addressed. I’m happy to share pictures of repairs and enhancement work recently completed to the north section of this trail.

    A couple photos show crushed rock as the surface, it was covered with the dirt top fill the following day. 

                                 



    A big Thank You to Forrest, the RRRD crew and volunteers, great job!


  • 1 Dec 2019 3:32 AM | Anonymous

    Earlier this year, committee member Pam Milavec requested sections of Transept Trail be reviewed to see if improvements could be made to create a better flow for bike riders. On November 26th Forrest Saville of the RRRD accompanied committee members Jennifer, Pam, Phil and Joan along the Transept Trail.  As explained by Jennifer, Forrest and Phil, the design as a "black diamond" trail is to leave the natural rock outcrops and narrow tread, to create a challenging ride for advanced bike riders. Forrest assured us that erosion on the downside of the trail would be repaired as needed.

       

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