Win $500 in Flagstaff Bucks!

County and hamlet residents, there are three ways to earn an entry in our spring draw for $500 in Flagstaff Bucks! In fact, it’s as easy as ABC!

A) Another Survey

Complete our 25-question, multiple-choice 2025 Business Plan Survey and you’ll earn an entry in our draw for $500 in Flagstaff Bucks! Plus, your valued input will be considered in the development of the 2025 Business Plan.

To take the survey, visit: Thank you for your feedback!

B) Brainstorm Board

Got an idea for a new program or service worthy of our online “Brainstorm Board” at:

Don’t keep it to yourself! Share it at:!

Each innovative submission will earn you an entry in our draw for $500 in Flagstaff Bucks!

C) Coffee with your Councillor

Be sure to stop by the Flagstaff County Administration Building between 2 and 4 p.m. on Tuesday, April 2 for Coffee with your Councillor! Each attendee will receive an entry in our draw for $500 in Flagstaff Bucks! Tours of the shop next door will be available.

Click HERE to find out who your councillor is.

More on Flagstaff Bucks

So what are Flagstaff Bucks, anyway?

Well, the Flagstaff Bucks Program allows consumers to spend “Flagstaff Bucks” at participating small businesses in the Flagstaff Region. The program offers denominations of $25 and $50 to be spent at any participating retail location or small business in the Flagstaff Region.

The Flagstaff Bucks Program was created to keep money in our local economy. With every dollar spent locally, a story unfolds as that dollar circulates within the economy. Understanding that story and knowing what you can do as a business owner and individual consumer to keep the most of each dollar here in the Flagstaff Region can make a difference.

If you are a business owner in the Flagstaff Region who wants to participate or learn more about the Flagstaff Bucks Program, email

Podacst Episode: Rules of Engagement

Flagstaff County Reeve Don Kroetch and Communications Coordinator Cary Castagna chat about the importance of engaging with the public, roll out this year’s public participation plan, and then look back at the findings of last year’s public engagement.