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Date Range
1990 2014


In 1992 Graham County conducted a transportation study for the Gila Valley Region. This study prepared a long-range transportation plan and a transportation improvement program. Many of the improvements have been completed. The purpose of this study is to update the 1992 transportation plan and to address the current issues within the area.

Contributors
Lima and Associates, Trueline Engineering, Graham County (Ariz.), et al.
Created Date
1998-12

The scope of this plan is to successfully integrate the Preliminary Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan and the Comprehensive Plan Update that would serve as both the cornerstone of conservation as well as land development. The Land Use Element is a key feature of the Update.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Created Date
2001-05

The purpose of the plan is to bring about coordinated physical development in accordance with the present and future needs of the county. The comprehensive plan shall be developed so as to conserve the natural resources of the county, to insure efficient expenditure of public funds, and to promote the health, safety, convenience, and general welfare of the public. Such comprehensive plan may include but not be limited to, among other things, studies and recommendations relative to the location, character and extent of highways, railroads, bus and other transportation routes, bicycle facilities, bridges, public buildings, public services, schools, parks, open ...

Contributors
Greenlee County (Ariz.)
Created Date
2003-03-04

The Adaptive Management workshop proceedings continue the series that is underway to support the development of the Ranch Conservation Element. The verbatim proceedings and materials from the workshop are included.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Created Date
2002-02

Correspondence received in response to the draft Preliminary Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan during the three month comment period. More than 170 letters that total over 400 pages were contributed by individuals, community groups, business interests, the ranch community, and government agencies. These comments relate to both the draft plan and to the scope of the Environmental Impact Statement.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Created Date
2001-01

An introduction to the impact of conservation alternatives on air quality which will be integrated into the land use and conservation plans. The air quality study is summarized in this memorandum.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Created Date
2001-02

The study generally confirms the trends and impacts identified in the February 2001 study "Air Quality in Pima County", and suggests two types of strategies for maintaining air quality and ensuring compliance with federal air quality standards. Potential funding sources and future legislative considerations are briefly discussed.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Created Date
2001-09

The study finds that if minority families owned homes at the same rate as whites of a similar age and income, there would be an additional 3.5 million homeowners today. A major factor contributing to this gap is that minority and lower income famimlies experience continuing, and in many cases growing, inequalities in obtaining the financing necessary to purchase a home.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Created Date
2001-10

The Countywide Strategic plan is a comprehensive planning document that organizes County government’s long-term vision into 10 strategic priority areas and 29 strategic goals. The Strategic Priorities outlined in this document were established to help maintain a focus on the most critical issues facing us as a local government over the next five years. They provide focus for policy and funding decisions and, where appropriate, provide guidance in the reallocation of existing resources. The accomplishments listed in the annual reports are reflective of the actions departments are taking to contribute to the overall success of achieving the goals in the ...

Contributors
Maricopa County (Ariz.). Office of Management and Budget
Created Date
2006/2013

Apache County is required by state law to prepare a comprehensive plan “to conserve the natural resources of the county, to insure efficient expenditure of public funds, and to promote the health, safety, convenience, and general welfare of the public”. The planning process is structured to emphasize public involvement and incorporate comments, ideas, and direction of the public into the plan. This plan strives to create strong and vibrant communities within Apache County by encouraging orderly development.

Contributors
Apache County (Ariz.). Planning & Zoning Department
Created Date
2004-01-20