Williams is a city in northern Arizona on The Mother Road, Historic Route-66. It sits at about 6,800 feet in elevation, covers about 44 square miles and has a population of over 3,200. It's best known as the "Gateway To The Grand Canyon" National Park via the Grand Canyon Railway. Historic Route 66 in Williams has Americana-style shops and restaurants dating back to the early 1900s.
In this edition of the Arizona Podcast we spotlight being the "Gateway To The Grand Canyon", the city of Williams and another "Moment with the Mayor" as we share time with the honorable John W Moore, mayor of Williams Arizona. This is one small town that has way too much to do and see in just one day. From the Grand Canyon, the Grand Canyon railway and taking the kids to see sights like Bearizona. We learn the history of the great town and the people that keep it going.
09/14/22 • 26 min
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