Sherwood Forest Estates (SFE) is a beautiful 320-acre residential tract in ponderosa pines. Located twenty minutes west of Flagstaff and an hour south of the Grand Canyon, SFE is a secluded, friendly community surrounded by national forest lands and grazing meadows. It’s an ideal area for a weekend retreat or a year-around residence.
Each property is a minimum of one acre. Approximately two-thirds of the lots have homes built on them. The community is under the jurisdiction of Coconino County and the State of Arizona for community laws, zoning and construction regulations. The all-weather roads are maintained by the county. They are graded routinely and plowed in the winter. The posted speed limit, 25 mph, is for the safety of the many walkers and to keep the dust down.
There is a great sense of community here. Our annual standard events are the pancake breakfasts on Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends, an Auxiliary hosted fundraising for the fire department and the POA annual meeting, usually on a Saturday closest to the Fourth of July.
All are invited and welcomed to attend any of the many planned activities throughout the year.
Burning is NOT allowed in the Sherwood Fire District when we are very high or extreme fire danger or in RED FLAG Conditions. This includes campfires, charcoal fires or any other fire.
Fire conditions are posted on a US Forest Service sign at the entrance to Sherwood Forest Estates or can be found at the USFS Kaibab Website. If we are in Red Flag Conditions (usually because of extreme wind), there will will be a red flag at the entrance.
If you plan to burn needles & branches on your property (when allowed), please inform the SFE Fire District (928 635-9837) and the US Forest Service in advance (928 635-5600). More information on fires can be found here.
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