About Us

Celebrating 26 years in Northern Arizona

We acknowledge the Diné  (Navajo) and Hopi peoples, who are the traditional custodians of the Flagstaff area on which we meet, and we pay respect to the elders, past and present, of all Indigenous peoples of Arizona and the United States. 


Begun as a small gathering in Fort Tuthill Park in 1996, Flagstaff Pride (Northern Arizona Pride Association) was incorporated as a nonprofit in 1999.


Making a difference:

  • 2009 City of Flagstaff add domestic partner benefits
  • 2010 City of Flagstaff award pride with Key to the City
  • 2011 City of Flagstaff proclaimed June as LGBTQ2S month
  • 2011 City of Flagstaff added domestic partnership registry
  • 2013 City of Flagstaff passed Civil Rights Ordinance protecting the LGBTQ2S class
  • 2015 Same-sex marriage legally recognized in Arizona
  • 2016 June 26th Same-sex marriage legally recognized in the United States
  • 2016 June 25th Flagstaff Pride flew the first The Rainbow Flag at a City Hall in Arizona, in remembrance of our brothers and sisters who we lost in the Orlando Shooting
  • 2019- Currently working on Coconino County Ordinance banning Conversion Therapy for minors.
  • 2019- June 1st- First City in the State of Arizona to raise the Rainbow Flag for the whole month of June, in celebration of Pride Month.

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“It’s not my victory, it’s yours and yours and yours.”

“It’s not my victory, it’s yours and yours and yours.”

Harvey Milk

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