By 1970, the first planned residential development in the area, the Village of Oak Creek, was already four years old. Families were moving to Sedona and it wasn’t long before area businessmen began recognizing the need for incorporation, schools, and arts venues. Click here to continue reading.
Initially a group determined to create a community people who lived here could enjoy, they worked informally for many years, with members helping shepherd the process of making 89A a state highway, laying the groundwork necessary to incorporate Sedona… Click here to continue reading.
In January of 1990, the Sedona 30 was officially recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) non-profit. The next year, the group awarded their first scholarships to NAU and Yavapai College, threw support behind Sedona’s new medical center, the ASU Students Art Festival, the Sedona Academy… Click here to continue reading.
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… Click here to continue reading.
The Sedona community continues to evolve, and the Sedona 30 is evolving alongside it. Our members continue to be active in the community, in our parks, and in our schools. Click here to continue reading.