Navajo County is in Arizona’s Energy and Economic Development Corridor: the Real AZ Corridor

Employers love Navajo County’s abundant natural resources, superb road and rail network, and business-friendly economic climate. Employees love the County’s unmatched recreation activities, including access to two national parks, a national forest, and innumerable hunting, fishing, and hiking opportunities.

Fast Facts

  • Population (2008) 114,780
  • Labor Force 39,325

Resources (SEDI Asset Inventory 2008)

  • Wind Power, Biomass, Timber/Roundwood, Bio-Fuel, Water, Potash, Solar, Sandstone, Aggregate Road Material


  • (1) Coal-Fueled Power Plant
  • Dry Lake Wind Farm – First Commercial Wind Farm in Arizona
  • Natural Gas
  • Solar


  • Nearby Highways: Interstate 40; SR 77, 277, 60, 61, 180, 260, 260
  • 6 public airports, including daily commercial passenger service to Phoenix
  • BNSF Commercial Rail Service, with spurs


  • Four-season lifestyle, high quality of life
  • Year-round recreation: Access to endless hunting, fishing and camping opportunities in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, as well as the Painted Desert and Petrified Forest National Parks.

Navajo County

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Trent Larson
(928) 524-4044