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The rock formation looking like a pyramid used to be called "Christmas Rock" by the Schuerman Family children since they had a picnic there one Christmas Day. It is also referred to as Schuerman Mountain or the Red Pyramid Rock.
Cathedral Rock to the right middle column. It was originally called Courthouse Rock by the early settlers.
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Red Rock Rural Community Association
215 Disney Lane, Sedona, AZ 86336
The mission of the Red Rock Rural Community Association is to maintain the rural lifestyle of the area, to protect Oak Creek riparian area which the state has designated a unique and scenic waterway. We are stewards for responsible development that respects the water supply, the roadways and the scenic beauty of the area.
The Three Sisters
President: Nanette Armstrong
Vice-President: Birgit Lowenstein
The 'homestead house' located on Loy Lane, has been donated to the Sedona Historical Society. If you'd like to be involved in the restoration or work on this project contact the museum -ask for Janeen - 928-282-7038.
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Local Loop News and Events
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Yavapai County wants your opinion on how you envision development in our community. Take the survey!! Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/M3YG2MZ
Spring Creek Ranch website:
Camp Avalon is located on Loy Road, hosted by Global Community Communications Alliance.
Sedona Ranch on Oak Creek--a housing development at the end of Loy Lane-- was formerly known as
We have openings to pick up litter along the Loop Road. This is a part of Keep Sedona Beautiful. If you'd like to adopt a section contact Wendy:
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The entire road that lies outside of the city of Sedona (Yavapai County), was repaved with a chip seal, pavement and new lines painted. (May 2018)
New chevrons and roadside reflectors have been added within the Sedona city limits part of the road on the Upper Loop Road. (2019)
Mystic Heights, a new housing development at the end of Chavez Ranch Road is underway.
Cross Creek Ranch, a housing development off Lower Loop Road:
The Sedona Historical Society is always seeking volunteers to help with maintenance of the historic cemetery on the Loop Road and seasonal events. If interested contact Janeen at the Museum: 928-282-7038
Concerned Citizens for Red Rock Loop Road
to be on the group list email contact: email@example.com.
The Sedona Red Rock High School now contains grades 7-12.
check the school calendar to attend sporting, drama and club events.
Our book is on Amazon or buy it locally for just $20. Contact us. firstname.lastname@example.org
LITTER LIFTERS along the Loop Road are as follows: