Kayenta is a census designated place and a part of Navajo Nation and is situated in Navajo County in Arizona. Kayenta is known as the gateway to the Monument Valley, the eighth wonder of the world. Kayenta is situated to the south of Monument Valley and has various motels and hotels. Further, it is illegal to serve alcohol here in Kayenta. This township is the only municipal styled government within Navajo.
The population of this CDP is 4,922 as per the 2000 census. As per the 2009 estimates, the CDP has population of 5,310 people. So, since 2000, it has had a population growth of 8.21 percent.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 13.2 square miles of land.
Kayenta gets 8 inches of rainfall and 13 inches of snowfall each year. The number of days having measurable precipitation is 44. January is low with 17 degrees and July is high with 92 degrees. Also, there are 274 sunny days each year in Kayenta in Arizona.
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