Dear Industry Friends,

The recent worldwide pandemic gave us an opportunity to pause, look back and count our blessings. We were reminded of what’s truly important in life. We learned that meeting clients and industry friends in person can never be taken for granted. We learned how precious it is to just get together with our coworkers in the same space. 

Sedona is equal parts playground and resort; equal parts wilderness and spiritual retreat. It is a place far removed from the everyday experience. The rising columns of red rocks form a fortress that repels stress and distraction. The scenic splendor lifts hearts and ignites smiles. Sedona just seems to bring out the best in all of us. No wonder it’s such a joyful place to share. Sedona is a perfect destination to unplug and connect with your peers and business partners.

Sedona inspires creativity among the natural beauty. Bring your group and discover why it is such a special place, both in and out of the boardroom. Please let us assist you organize a perfect Sedona event!

When you and your clients are ready, we are here to welcome your groups to Sedona!
Sedona Updates
Yes! Sedona is Open!
Sedona is slowly and cautiously reopening, following Executive Orders issued by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey. Stay current on what is happening in Sedona as we deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit our Travel Advisory page for the most up-to-date information.
Sedona has launched Sedona|Safe.Clean.Ready. Over 260 businesses have implemented more than 20 Sedona|Safe.Clean.Ready standards, such as proper social distancing, employee temperature checks, providing hand sanitizer for customers and utilizing personal protective equipment.

All participating businesses are listed on along with the safety standards they agree to follow. The site also contains eight safety practices Sedona asks of visitors.

The City of Sedona partnered with the Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau on the campaign. City Manager Justin Clifton, recognizes how important it is for Sedona to practice healthy strategies to minimize spread. “We are balancing the need to breathe oxygen into the economy and keeping safe,” Clifton said. “Sedona is tourism dependent, but we are relatively small and more than 100 miles from the nearest major city. Our challenge is to reopen while keeping COVID-19 cases manageable with our local medical infrastructure. Sedona | Safe.Clean.Ready  reflects that balance.”
Mask Up Sedona
To continue to limit the spread of COVID-19, City of Sedona Mayor, Sandy Moriarty, issued a Proclamation of Emergency that all persons five years of age and older must wear a face covering in public where physical distancing is not possible.
Arizona Reopening Information
Earlier this month, the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) announced public health recommendations for the eventual safe reopening of paused businesses in the state of Arizona. Statewide information can be found here.
Sedona Cares Pledge
Sedona welcomes visitors to be "temporary Sedona locals." Please help us nurture and protect Sedona by encouraging your clients to take a Sedona Cares Pledge.

  1. The rocks are red and the natural quiet of Sedona is golden.
  2. I'll be mindful of Sedona's arid environment by minimizing water and energy use.
  3. I'll make my own memories, but not my own trails.
  4. I won't risk life or limb (human or sapling) for more likes.
  5. I'll be ready for rapid changes in weather and random episodes of magic.
  6. I'll Leave No Trace and pack out all my trash.
  7. I will discover art in Sedona's galleries, rather than defacing nature's art.
  8. If I can't find a parking spot, I will not invent my own.
  9. I will practice CDC-safety guidelines, doing my part to stop coronavirus and keep Sedona safe.
  10. I'll be caring and considerate wherever I go, because that's the Sedona way.
Source Safe Sedona Offers
Sedona’s meeting and event friendly hospitality partners are offering meeting planner incentives such as discounted sleeping rooms, flexible cancellation policies, no attrition and more.

Rediscover America in Sedona, AZ!
Jennifer Wesselhoff, President/CEO of Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau talked with Rediscover America. She discussed how inspiration comes from a lot of places in Sedona and how to explore its artistic side.  She also talked about how the amazing local women are working to overcome the perception that mountain biking is just a man's sport.

Arts and outdoor adventures can easily be incorporated into your group activities. Please view our Arts & Culture and Outdoor Adventures group itinerary ideas from the links.
Sedona Official Publications
Sedona Publications
Our official guides are here! Designed with meeting/event planners in mind, our Destination Event Planner is a comprehensive overview of Sedona's lodging, attractions, transportation and meeting/event venues. The Experience Sedona Visitors Guide will help your clients get the insider track on 'must do's' when in Sedona. 
To request guides and other complimentary information available for you and your clients, please contact Sachiko Sado, Director of Tourism Development.

Director of Tourism Development
928.204.1123 (ext. 160)
Sales Coordinator
928.204.1123 (ext. 150)

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