The CAFR provides in depth information regarding the County's financial position. The report consists of management's representations concerning the finances of Navajo County.
The purpose of the plan is to make sure public funds are spent wisely, natural resources are conserved, and the health, safety and welfare of the residents are enhanced. It is a living document that can be amended anytime through proper procedures. It must be reviewed and updated at least every ten years. It is simply a guide to future growth and land use.
The purpose of the plan is to make sure public funds are spent wisely, natural resources are conserved, and the health, safety and welfare of the residents are enhanced. It is a living document that can be amended anytime through proper procedures. It must be reviewed and updated every ten years. It is simply a guide to future growth and land use.
The Navajo County Board of Supervisors has adopted this budget after declaring its alignment with the principles established in the Navajo County Five-Year Strategic Plan, which describes the vision and mission for Navajo County. Within this document, each department has identified measurable goals for the coming year that will support the success of the County’s Strategic Plan.
This report serves as an addendum to the Navajo County Community Health Status Assessment dated January of 2010. In most cases, the original data table from the 2010 report is reproduced here with an updated table below. The scope of the project was to update all data where current secondary sources of information existed. In a few instances, the research team did obtain primary data by telephone calls.
The CHSA focuses on 11 health status indicators which include: demographic characteristics, socioeconomic characteristics, health resource availability, quality of life, behavioral risk factors, environmental health, social and mental health, maternal and child health, death, illness and injury, communicable disease, and sentinel events.
The focus of this sub-regional study is the roadway system in an area of southern Navajo and Apache Counties bounded by the Town of Pinetop-Lakeside in the south, the Town of Snowflake in the north, Pulp Mill Road to the west, and the Concho area in Apache County to the east.
The Rodeo-Chediski Fire Complex began as a small blaze in a remote region of east-central Arizona and within days erupted into the largest wildfire in Arizona history. Fortunately, no lives were lost. However, from June 18, 2002 to the time of its containment on July 7, 2002, the Rodeo-Chediski fire destroyed over 490 structures and 467,000 acres of ponderosa pine and pinyon-juniper woodland—an estimated 500 million to 1.3 billion board feet of timber. Jurisdictions involved included the Fort Apache Indian Reservation, the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, the Tonto National Forest, and private lands adjacent to Highway 260, from the Town of ...
The purpose of this study was to develop a multi-modal transportation plan that outlines the region’s transportation priority projects and provides a plan for ultimate implementation. The transportation study was focused around identifying regional mobility needs that can accommodate the anticipated future population and employment growth. This transportation study is a joint effort of Navajo County, the City of Holbrook, the City of Winslow and the Arizona Department of Transportation to develop multi-modal transportation recommendations for the study area, Heber-Overgaard, Holbrook and Winslow over a 20-year planning horizon.
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The ASU Digital Repository provides access to digital SALAD publications, however the ASU Libraries’ non-digitized Arizona documents can be searched through the ASU Libraries Catalog and Library One Search. For additional assistance, Ask A Government Documents Librarian.
Publications issued by the Morrison Institute for Public Programs at Arizona State University are available in the ASU Digital Repository Morrison Institute for Public Policy - Publications Archive collection.