Coconino County

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Coconino

Coconino County is named for the Coconino Native American people, a Hopi designation for Havasupai and Yavapai people who reside in the area.                     

 

Created:  February 19, 1891

County Seat:        

Flagstaff  1891 – present

County Courthouse – Flagstaff

Location:  200 North San Francisco Street / East Birch Avenue

Built:  1894 – 1895

Style:  Richardsonian Romanesque

Architect:  J N Preston

Contractor:  H Clements & Company of Los Angeles, California

 

Description:  The building faces southwest and is a two story red colored sandstone structure. The building has a four story square red colored sandstone tower on the southwest corner. The main entrance at the base of the tower has two arches framing the recessed doors. The second story windows are arched. The building has been restored to its 1925 appearance. The architect was Johnson Walzer Associates and the contractor was Maverick Masonry. Along the north side is the new Judicial Center built in 2002.

   

County Judicial Center  - Flagstaff

 

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Location:  200 North San Francisco Street / East Birch Avenue

Built:  2001 – 2002

Style:  Modern

Architect:  Johnson Walzer Associates

Contractor:  Skidmore Contracting Corporation

 

Description:  The building faces west and is a two story red colored brick structure. The building has a recessed porch along the south side on the first story. The upper windows are narrow and vertical. The roof line is flat. The building is attached on the south side to the old court house.

 

Courthouses: 

N – Kane County, Utah and San Juan County, Utah

E  – Navajo County

S – Gila County and Yavapai County

W – Mohave County

 

 

 

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Photos taken 2008