Kachina Village is located 7 miles south of Flagstaff on I-17. Kachina Village and Mountainaire have many types of homes. There are seasonal homes, year round homes, investment property, which includes cabins, traditional homes, non traditional homes, mobile and manufactured homes. Prices range from $175,000 to $400,000 for homes. Mobiles and manufactured homes range from $75,000 to $225,000. Kachina Village and Mountainaire both have a variety of lot sizes, ranging from 5000 sq. ft. to 10 acres. Both areas have sections that border National Forest service.
Printable Kachina Village & Mountainaire Map WITH NEW STREET NAMES
New Kachina Village Map (New Kachina Village Addresses & New Street Names)
New Mountainaire Map (New Mountainaire Addresses & New Street Names)
Kachina Parkway Association Info, Greenbelt #1 Behind Kachina Trail, Canyon Loop and Chof Trail
Population: Kachina Village = 2,622, Mountainaire = 1,119 According to the 2010 Census In general, Kachina Village street names are either Hopi or Navajo in origin. Here is a list of street names, pronunciation, and what they mean. In 2010 Coconino County came through and changed the street numbers and some street names to meet emergency guidelines. This list includes the old names as well. The new names have a lot of reference to places around Arizona The reason given for the street name changes was on of 3 things: 1) Duplicate Street Names, a lot of the Ovi's also had the same street name with Trail, ex: Kweo Trail and Kweo Ovi. The county views this as a duplicate street name. 2) Unconventional spellings or hard to pronounce. The replaced; Dinnebito, Dot Klish, Klagetoh, Naahtee, Salahkai, Sanostee, Shongopovi, Sichomovi and Teastoh. 3) There were two streets that wrapped around to a seperate area (Kachina Trail & Toho Trail), they took a section of them and renamed it Canyon Loop to make it less confusing. With the changes we lost local Favorites like Shongopovi but gained some new favorites.
Note: In Kachina Village, cul-de-sacs are indicated by the Hopi word "ovi". Ovi means high place. Thanks to Theodora Homewytewa for Hopi definitions. Thanks to Shonto Begay for some Navajo definitions.
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