Sustainable Event Planning

Enjoy the natural, outdoor setting of Frontiere at Rogers Lake during your event. Make your event a sustainable event and be a partner in Coconino County’s care for the natural and cultural environment.

 
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Help prevent wildfires. Even a stray cigarette can start a wildfire. Please smoke only in designated smoking areas during your visit and place extinguished cigarettes in designated areas.

Help prevent wildfires. Even a stray cigarette can start a wildfire. Please smoke only in designated smoking areas during your visit and place extinguished cigarettes in designated areas.

Help Prevent Wildfires

Please use the community fire ring and smoking genies that are placed outside for your use and help us prevent wildfires. Do not build campfires. Do not use sparklers or other fireworks. Smoke only in designated smoking areas. Smoking is not allowed in the buildings.


Keep the WILD in Wildlife

Please do not feed the wildlife. When humans feed wildlife, the wildlife become accustomed to humans and may start foraging through your belongings. Manage trash during your event and keep trash to a minimum. Remove trash from premises as soon as possible after event.

Help Prevent the Spread of Invasive Weeds

Frontiere at Rogers Lake is adjacent to Rogers Lake County Natural Area which is celebrated for its natural features, including native plant species. Please do not disperse seeds (including birdseed), rice and grains as part of your event. Invasive weeds contribute to greater wildfire risk and limits nutritious food for native animal species.

Keep the WILD in wildlife. Northern Arizona and Frontiere at Rogers Lake are home to many animal species, including black bear, prairie dog, coyote, elk, bald eagle, and numerous waterfowl. The picture of this black bear was taken by a wildlife camera at Rogers Lake County Natural Area.

Keep the WILD in wildlife. Northern Arizona and Frontiere at Rogers Lake are home to many animal species, including black bear, prairie dog, coyote, elk, bald eagle, and numerous waterfowl. The picture of this black bear was taken by a wildlife camera at Rogers Lake County Natural Area.


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Place Trash in Proper Receptacles

Please pick up and place trash in proper receptacles, no matter how small the pieces are. Placing trash in the trash bins prevents trash from blowing into the surrounding forest and onto the lake bed and natural area. Additionally, when you place trash in proper receptacles, the wildlife will not have a chance to consume it and come to harm. Please do not use glitter or confetti at your event, as this is very difficult to pick up and harmful to wildlife.

Recycle

Please recycle all that is possible. Check out recycling guidelines from the City of Flagstaff and Coconino County.


Enjoy the dark skies of Frontiere at Rogers Lake and limit light pollution. If you’re outside and looking to do some stargazing, let your eyes adjust for approximately 10 minutes and use a red light.

Enjoy the dark skies of Frontiere at Rogers Lake and limit light pollution. If you’re outside and looking to do some stargazing, let your eyes adjust for approximately 10 minutes and use a red light.

Limit Light Pollution

Northern Arizona is a great place for stargazing. Be a part of the Dark Sky community and limit outdoor lighting during your event. Coconino County participates in International Dark-Sky Association initiatives as part of their Comprehensive Plan, with the goal to continue to be a world leader in the preservation of dark skies.