Proposed A-1 Ranch Domestic Water Improvement District
The Board of Supervisors received a petition requesting the establishment of the A-1 Ranch Domestic Water Improvement District on August 2, 2023. The petition can be found below. Statutes that pertain to the creation of a county improvement district can be found in Arizona Revised Statutes 48-901 to 48-967. The Board will have a public hearing regarding the proposed domestic water improvement. At the hearing the Board will hear from those for and against the proposed district and shall determine whether the creation of the district will promote public health, comfort, convenience, necessity or welfare.
Proposed West Coconino Fire Rescue District Information
The Board of Supervisors received an Impact Statement for the proposed establishment of the West Coconino Fire Rescue District. Documents pertaining to the proposed Fire District can be found below. Arizona Revised Statutes 48-261 are the statutory requirements for creating a fire district. The Board held a hearing regarding the Impact Statement and proposed Fire District on Tuesday, May 11 at 7:00 p.m. The Board of Supervisors determined that the public health, comfort, convenience, necessity or welfare will be promoted, and approved of the district impact statement and authorized the circulation of petitions.
- Impact Statement of the Proposed West Coconino Fire Rescue District
- List of Parcel Owners Within the Proposed West Coconino Fire Rescue District Boundary
- Map of Proposed West Coconino Fire Rescue District Boundary
Blue Ridge DWID information:
- Final Resolution 2020-43 and District Boundary Map approved by the Board of Supervisors on June 29, 2020
Special Taxing Districts
Special taxing districts are established under Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 48, as political subdivisions of the state. They are governed by an elected board. Additional statutory information is available at the Arizona Legislature website.
The process to create a district is citizen-driven. Property owners are encouraged to talk with their neighbors to determine the level of support for a proposed district. County residents are encouraged to call (928) 679-7165 for more information concerning districts.
- County Road Improvement Districts
- Domestic Water Improvement Districts
- Fire Districts
- Hospital Districts
- Sanitary Districts
- Street Lighting Districts