Welcome to City of Page, Arizona
Page is a small town in northern Arizona located on the southern shores of magnificent Lake Powell. Our friendly community offers visitors outstanding recreation and a wide variety of lodging and services.
Our location is ideal for exploring many of the American Southwest's renowned national parks and monuments, and discovering the unique culture of the Navajo Nation. This website has been designed to help you plan your next visit to Page/Lake Powell and discover virtually everything our region has to offer. We invite you to explore our backyard, meet our neighbors, and most importantly, enjoy your visit to Page/Lake Powell.
Shortcut to Summer Fun – Page-Lake Powell
US Route 89 Reopens!
One of the most scenic highways in Arizona has reopened after a two year closure due to a landslide. This section of US 89 that clings to the cliffs overlooking Marble Canyon and the vistas that sweep to the west along the Vermillion Cliffs is a popular route for travelers to Page Lake Powell.
4th of July Parade and Park Activities
The Page Chamber presents a real firecracker of a day starting with a parade at 10am followed with a blast of activities in the park. Later at night the skies of Page light up with a dazzling fireworks display!
For more information please click: Parade and Park Activities
Page Tourism Survey 2014-2015 Final Draft
City Manager’s Recommended FY 2016 Budget
The City Manager is pleased to present the Recommended FY 2016 Budget. The total General Fund budget for FY 2016 is $20,523,033 a decrease of 5.69% from the FY 2015 adopted budget. Please click below for the full document.
Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan
The Coconino County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan is a living document to help guide the County and participating jurisdictions (including the City of Page) toward greater disaster resilience. This plan identifies hazard mitigation measures in the form of long term solutions intended to reduce the effects of future disasters throughout the county and lessen the impact to County residents. For more information or to provide input or a comment on the plan, Click Here