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Flagstaff Regional Plan 2030: Map 25 - Major Plan Amendment

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An update to the Flagstaff Regional Plan 2030 (FRP30), to bring its Road Network Illustration (Map 25) into compliance with Arizona Revised Statute requirements and to resolve inconsistencies between Map 25 and parts of the Flagstaff City Code. This update

An update to the Flagstaff Regional Plan 2030 (FRP30), to bring its Road Network Illustration (Map 25) into compliance with Arizona Revised Statute requirements and to resolve inconsistencies between Map 25 and parts of the Flagstaff City Code. This update does not alter the intent of FRP30; it is only concerned with correcting errors, removing legal vulnerability, and improving the readability of FRP30.

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2015-11-12

Annual Report (Arizona Department of Environmental Quality)

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The Arizona Legislature established ADEQ as the state’s environmental regulatory agency under the Environmental Quality Act of 1986. Its mission is to protect and enhance public health and the environment in Arizona. The department achieves this mission by administering our

The Arizona Legislature established ADEQ as the state’s environmental regulatory agency under the Environmental Quality Act of 1986. Its mission is to protect and enhance public health and the environment in Arizona. The department achieves this mission by administering our state’s environmental laws and delegated federal programs to prevent pollution of our air, water and land, and to clean up such pollution when it occurs. The department’s organizational structure is composed of four programmatic divisions that fulfill our environmental protection mission in the areas of air quality, water quality, waste programs, and tank programs.

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2000 to 2010

Ambient Groundwater Quality of the Upper Hassayampa Basin: A 2003-2009 Baseline Study

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The Upper Hassayampa groundwater basin covers approximately 787 square miles within Maricopa and Yavapai counties and is located about 60 miles northwest of Phoenix. The basin is characterized by mid-elevation mountains and had an estimated population of 10,479 in 2000.

The Upper Hassayampa groundwater basin covers approximately 787 square miles within Maricopa and Yavapai counties and is located about 60 miles northwest of Phoenix. The basin is characterized by mid-elevation mountains and had an estimated population of 10,479 in 2000. The largest population center is the Town of Wickenburg. Other communities include Congress and Groom Creek. Low-intensity livestock grazing is the predominant land use and most ranches have limited acreages of irrigated pasture to raise additional animal feed. There are no surface water diversions or impoundments besides small stock ponds within the basin. Groundwater is the only source for public water supply, domestic, irrigation and industrial purposes. Public water supply uses the most groundwater in the basin.

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2013-06

Ambient Groundwater Quality of the Aravaipa Canyon Basin: A 2003 Baseline Study

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The Aravaipa Canyon groundwater basin covers approximately 517 square miles in southeastern Arizona within Graham and Pinal counties. Largely undeveloped, the remote basin has an estimated 135 residents and includes the community of Klondyke. Low-intensity livestock grazing is the predominant

The Aravaipa Canyon groundwater basin covers approximately 517 square miles in southeastern Arizona within Graham and Pinal counties. Largely undeveloped, the remote basin has an estimated 135 residents and includes the community of Klondyke. Low-intensity livestock grazing is the predominant land use although there are some irrigated fields and orchards along Aravaipa Creek. Historic mining activity resulted in the creation of the Klondyke Tailings Water Quality Assurance Revolving Fund site in 1998. Groundwater is used for all domestic purposes within the basin as well as most irrigation and stock water supplies. Irrigation uses the most groundwater in the basin.

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2013-05

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ADEQ: 5-Year Network Assessment, 2015

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A five-year assessment of ADEQ's ambient air quality monitoring network, providing a broader view of topics than is found in the complementary annual network monitoring plans that ADEQ produces.

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2015

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Five-Year ADEQ Network Assessment

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A five-year assessment of ADEQ's ambient air quality monitoring network, providing a broader view of topics than is found in the complementary annual network monitoring plans that ADEQ produces.

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2011-08

Water Quality Assurance Revolving Fund Annual Report

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Through the WQARF Program, the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality identifies, assesses, and cleans up soil and groundwater that is contaminated with hazardous substances. The program conducts these efforts state-wide with support from state funds and also oversees privately-funded cleanup efforts.

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2002 to 2015

Pesticide Contamination Prevention Program Report

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The Arizona Pesticide Contamination Prevention Program was established by the Environmental Quality Act of 1986. The major objective of the program is to prevent or mitigate groundwater pollution by agricultural pesticides.

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2002 to 2015

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ADEQ: 25 Years Protecting Arizona's Environment, 1987-2012

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For two and a half decades, the men and women of ADEQ have dedicated themselves to the noble cause of environmental stewardship. They have helped us respect the delicate balance between the natural world and the people who depend on

For two and a half decades, the men and women of ADEQ have dedicated themselves to the noble cause of environmental stewardship. They have helped us respect the delicate balance between the natural world and the people who depend on it for sustenance, prosperity and a rewarding quality of life. Most importantly, they have served diligently and passionately to conserve and protect Arizona's natural bounty for generations to come.

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2012-07-02

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Compliance & Enforcement Handbook

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The purpose of this handbook is to promote appropriate, consistent, and timely evaluations of compliance and initiation of enforcement by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality. This handbook describes a uniform system for pursuing and escalating enforcement. It serves as

The purpose of this handbook is to promote appropriate, consistent, and timely evaluations of compliance and initiation of enforcement by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality. This handbook describes a uniform system for pursuing and escalating enforcement. It serves as a road map for new ADEQ compliance and enforcement staff, and a desk reference for those with more experience. It also provides guidance to those local authorities that have undertaken compliance and enforcement responsibilities through a delegation agreement with ADEQ. All of the concepts within ADEQ’s Compliance and Enforcement Policy, along with a number of other ADEQ compliance and enforcement related policies, have been incorporated into this handbook either explicitly or through the development of boilerplate.

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2003-12-01