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This Budget Document has been developed to provide information to the public, document the budget process and decisions, and present the budget for each fiscal year.

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Board of Supervisors
Created Date
2004/2017

This past fiscal year is best characterized as one of significant accomplishment by the office in the midst of increasing caseloads and budget tightening. Our criminal caseloads are trending back up after some slight reductions in recent years, but the exception is seen in juvenile court filings which are significantly down. We hope this is due, in part, to our prevention efforts and diversion programs. We have proudly partnered with many other agencies to develop new Diversion Courts. We have increased our community outreach and prevention efforts.

Contributors
Coconino County Attorney's Office
Created Date
2012/2016

The purpose of the Bellemont Study is to determine appropriate land uses and zoning for the Bellemont Interchange area of Interstate 40. Irregular parcel configurations and their close proximity to the freeway and the nearby Santa Fe Railroad tracks detract from the area's appeal for intensive residential development. These same attributes, however, enhance the area's viability for limited commercial and light industrial uses.

Contributors
Coconino County Planning and Zoning Commission
Created Date
1985-07-01

The plan integrates the mandates of the Arizona State "Growing Smarter" legislation and serves as a model for communities interested in conservation of natural resources, landscapes, and integrated conservation design.

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Community Development Department
Created Date
2003-09-23

Much of Arizona’s criminal justice system is organized and functions at the municipal and county level. Aggregating the data to describe system activity for the state as a whole can mask important differences in crime and criminal justice system activity at the local level. In this report, data available on law enforcement, court, probation, and corrections activity impacting each county are compiled to give county-based criminal justice policymakers and practitioners an overview of crime and criminal justice system activity in their county.

Contributors
Arizona Criminal Justice Commission
Created Date
2014

The Coconino County Parks and Recreation Department (CCPR) contracted with PROS Consulting to develop an Organizational Master Plan that would aid the Department in sustaining a high quality park and recreation system over the next 10 years. This project seeks to provide sound and realistic recommendations, strategies, tactics, and suggested initiatives that address current and evolving park and recreation needs of residents of Coconino County.

Contributors
PROS Consulting, Coconino County (Ariz.). Parks and Recreation Department
Created Date
2009-11

As you know, these are dynamic times and more is being asked of each of us in our community – mostly to come together and address the common issues and concerns that affect our daily lives. In an effort to meet the growing needs of our citizens and to create new possibilities for our community. We recognize that we have a responsibility and an opportunity to seek new ways of working together and providing the services you depend on and need.

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Office of the County Manager
Created Date
2006/2017

Community protection and preparedness is a critical step toward mitigating immediate fire hazards and restoring adjacent wildlands. A combination of fuel management, FireWise standards, and appropriate wildfire suppression response across ownerships within and adjacent to at-risk communities will reduce threats to life and property, protect values-at-risk, and create a safe context for the use of fire in subsequent forest ecosystem restoration efforts. This plan outlines actions needed to prepare and equip the community to live and thrive within our fire-adapted ponderosa pine forests.

Contributors
Gatewood, Steve, Coconino County (Ariz.). Community Development Department
Created Date
2010-01

This report consists of management’s representations concerning the finances of Coconino County. Consequently, management assumes full responsibility for the completeness and reliability of all the information presented in this report. To provide a reasonable basis for making these representations, management of the County has established a comprehensive internal control framework that is designed both to protect the government’s assets from loss, theft, or misuse and to compile sufficient reliable information for the preparation of the County’s financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles.

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Board of Supervisors
Created Date
2009/2016

The “Rural Planning Area” concept is a means by which traditional agricultural enterprises such as ranching can be preserved in the face of changing economic conditions. The intent of the Diablo Canyon Rural Planning Area is to identify a range of economic opportunities that would be compatible with maintaining traditional ranch operations on the Flying M and Bar T Bar. To be sure, some of the options identified in this plan are very different from traditional ranch practices, but they are intended to help support the existing ranches economically while keeping the ranches intact and operating into the next generation ...

Contributors
Coconino County (Ariz.). Community Development Department
Created Date
2005-08-16