The Unincorporated Town of Tuba City, AZ

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Summary of Tuba City

Tuba City is an unincorporated town within Coconino County, Arizona. As the second-largest community in the county, it is also the most populous community in the Navajo Nation. Before European settlement, the area was home to indigenous peoples for thousands of years. In the late 1800s, as the Mormon movement to the West occurred, European-American migrants started to occupy the area. They named their town after Hopi chief Tuuvi, who converted to Mormonism and allowed them to settle in the area with no obligations. In 1870, the Tuba City Trading Post was also established. It has been claimed that the town of Tuba City was officially founded in 1872.

As of the 2010 census, Tuba City has a population of 8,611 people. The main roads serving the census-designated place (CDP) are U.S. Route 160 (Navajo Trail), Arizona State Route 264, Main Street and Tuba City Spur, Peshlakai Avenue, Monenave Street, and Arizona Avenue. It has a total area of 8.9 square miles.

Louise Yellowman County Park

Louise Yellowman County Park is a park in Tuba City. As the only community park that offers recreational space for the residents and visitors of the town, it was created through the Coconino Parks and Open Space tax initiative, Heritage Fund Grant. The 6.2-acre park offer amenities such as:

  • State of the art skate and bicycle park with a 13-foot vertical wall
  • Basketball court
  • One-mile walking trail
  • Playground
  • Picnic tables
  • Reservable pavilion
  • Drinking fountain
  • Restrooms

The community park is open every day from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Operated by the Coconino County Parks & Recreation Department, it is the perfect place to hold public and private events. You can also take an Overview of Kayenta, Arizona.

Navajo Nation Shopping Centers

Navajo Nation Shopping Center is a small shopping plaza in Tuba City. Although it operates as a Tribal Enterprise of the Navajo Nation, the Navajo Nation Shopping Centers has been incorporated and does not have any Tribal department influence. It can be found on Navajo Trail and offers a range of stores and services for the residents in the area. Some of the businesses operating out of the shopping center are Bashas; Diné, Starbucks, China Star, Goen Cinemas Tuba City, Elite Laundromat, Studio 11 Hair Salon, Pizza Edge, Navajo Arts and Crafts Enterprise (Tuba City), and Cellular One.

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