Become a Member
STEP 1: SUBMIT YOUR PAPERWORK
Download and complete the Coco-op Membership Agreement and email it to email@example.com. You can also drop off your paperwork in person during our Open House (Sundays from 2-4) or at our Member Meetup (Tuesdays at 7).
If you are signing up for a Family or Corporate membership, EACH person included in that group must fill out their own paperwork and submit it. See more about membership types below.
STEP 2: PAY YOUR MONTHLY DUES
You must submit your first dues payment before your membership begins. Monthly payments are due on or before the first of every month. Choose the relevant payment option from the sidebar below.
Once you've taken care of those two steps, you are officially a Coco-op member! You can use the space 24x7, take classes, and get involved to your heart's content. Welcome!
In order to receive your key fob that grants you access to specific machinery, as well as access to the makerspace at odd hours, you must attend a New Member Orientation. You can sign up for the next orientation by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you turn in your paperwork and make your first payment, you are a Coco-op maker and can start using the space while you wait for the next orientation.
Individual Membership - $50 per month
Standard (and most popular) membership type
Family Membership - $75 per month
For you and up to 4 other members of your family
Corporate Membership - $100 per month
For you and up to 4 other members of your organization
Ideal for startups
Student/Starving Maker Membership - $25 per month
For students or others with financial need (in between jobs, etc.)
If you can afford an individual membership, please choose that option and help support Coco-op
To pay your dues via your bank’s bill payment system, send payments to:
1155 W. Kaibab Lane
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Benefits of Membership
All member dues and workshop proceeds go directly to funding Coco-op, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. These funds are used for paying instructors, purchasing workshop materials and maintaining the operation, upkeep and improvement of the space itself.
Vote for members of the board and on important organizational matters.
Full 24 /7 access to the space, including access to all tools and materials. Some tools require an initial orientation class.
Access to free or significantly discounted classes and workshops. Most workshops have a suggested donation and a ‘pay what you can’ philosophy.
Reserve space for your own groups and activities.
Access other knowledgeable and curious members of the organization
Be part of a vibrant creative community and have fun!