The first decade of the 21st century was a busy one for Sedona 30, as they facilitated the addition of a public swimming pool, baseball fields, teen facility, basketball park, and skateboard arena at Posse Grounds Park. Sedona 30 leaders lent support to the Sedona Arts Festival, the Sedona International Film Festival and Verde Valley Sanctuary, as well as the 2002 Centennial Party. They purchased Joker, the drug-sniffing dog that served the Sedona Police Department from 2002 to 2010, and made a significant investment into a feasibility study for the Performing Arts Center, while continuing their support for the Sedona Public Library and providing scholarships for Sedona Red Rock High School graduates. They worked behind the scenes to build the foundation for the Sedona Cultural Park, which opened in 2004.
Source historians: Dave Blauert, Bruce Rogers, Ralph Roney, Mal Wienges, and Serge Wright