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Associations & Organizations

The Hummingbird Society

We teach about hummingbirds and work to protect them. Conducts the Sedona Hummingbird Festival.

Arizona Natural History Association

Arizona Natural History Association is a non-profit assisting the forest service with interpretation and educational programming to promote a greater understanding and appreciation of Arizona National Forests’ cultural and natural resources.

City of Sedona

Sedona, incorporated as a City in 1988, is under the Council-Manager form of government. The Council consists of six councilors and a mayor. The City encompasses 18.5 square miles, about half of which is under jurisdiction of the U.S. Forest Service. The population is 10,031 as of the 2010 Census.

Sedona Events Alliance

The Sedona Events Alliance unites local event organizers to get the word out on Sedona as a premier arts, festival and incredible host of events destination to visitors and to the residents of our community.

Sedona Lodging Council

The Lodging Council is an advocacy group for the Sedona Hospitality Industry.

Red Rose Thriftique

Local Non Profit 501c3 for animal welfare.

Red Rose Inspiration For Animals has been in existence since 2009.

We provide services for animal welfare with a over 9 programs:
Free Spay and Neuter
Feral Cat Trapping
Special Pet Prescription Food
Sponsorship housing for homeless pet owners

Sedona Visual Artists’ Coalition

A nonprofit educational & charitable group of 150 artists residing in the greater Sedona area. The organization’s goal is to foster interest in the visual arts. Activities include Annual Open Studio Tour, exhibitions, monthly meetings, mentoring program, scholarships, networking & social activities.

Oak Creek Watershed Council

The Oak Creek Watershed Council is a non-profit dedicated to preserving the integrity of Oak Creek and its tributaries. They have spearheaded cleanup efforts in the Oak Creek Watershed and sourced extensive education, outreach events, and scientifically driven data to locals and tourists alike.

Rotary Club of Sedona Red Rocks

Service group that primarily supports projects and programs to benefit the youth of the Verde Valley

Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau

We are the Destination Marketing Organization for the Sedona-Oak Creek Canyon area in Northern Arizona. We provide marketing tools such as tour travel planners, slides, videos, posters, brochures, itinerary assistance and information on the entire area.

Sedona Gallery Association

The Sedona Gallery Association provides a unified voice on issues of mutual concern regarding the visual arts. Our goals are to advance standards of excellence, to raise awareness and unite organizations, business and individuals in order to support and promote the business of art in Sedona.

Rotary Club of Sedona

An organization of Sedona business & leaders dedicated to “service above self”.

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