Beaver Creek eNews 10/4/2019

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Dear Neighbors
We are so fortunate to be looking at another week of highs in the 80’s and lows in the 50’s. Such perfect October weather!! While on the subject of good things locally, the Beaver Creek Gasmart looks much better with its new tan & rust paint job. POBs (Pats on Back) to those who made the paint change possible.
Also, on the good news front. Yavapai County has begun a month-long project to improve the safety of our signs themselves and their use for those who observe them. Jon David, Signs & Pavement Markings Project Manager for Yavapai County Public Works, reports that “Crews are out working on a project in the Lake Montezuma/ Rimrock/ Mcguireville areas. The reason for the project is to change the sign mounting post from a U-channel type post which currently exists to a square post telespar type that is mounted in a concrete base. The new base and post comply with guidelines that we must follow, and it improves response time for signs that become damaged. We are also replacing around 400 street name signs in the area that do not comply with retro reflectivity standards. These types of projects have been ongoing in Yavapai County for the past few years.” More POB’s!
And now the ugly. A resident took a drive up the road past Sedona Sky School and while hiking found that people are dumping yard debris (tree limbs etc) and construction debris (broken cement blocks etc) in two different areas off the paved road and on the dirt side roads. Please utilize your burn permits for the slash and use the Camp Verde Transfer Station (the dump) or Grey Wolf for the construction waste. If possible and safe, report dumping in the surrounding forest to the Red Rock Ranger Station and on private property to YCSO.
photo by Bob Stewart
photo by Bob Stewart
The sweet fall weather brings us many special events to choose from and numerous activities. Tonight is Yoga & Wine at Emerald Waves Healing on Beaver Creek Rd.  On Saturday, several of our resident artists are presenting and speaking about their works at the Camp Verde Library starting at 10:30 AM.  This is your chance to see works from Sunshower Rose, Tammie Gardner-Williams, Sharron V Porter and Bill Helm.  Also on Saturday is another Montezuma Well Bird Walk.
On Monday, the Lake Montezuma Women’s Civic Club’s featured guest is Ashton from Out of Africa.  The Beaver Creek Library is sponsoring two 3-class workshops for beginners on using Photoshop.  The first session starts on Monday.  Sign up promptly if interested.  More information is in the flyer below.  Merry Movie Nights begin at the BC Adult Center starting on Monday.
Yavapai Development Services will be present at the BC Library most of the day on Wednesday to answer questions about permits, zoning, building, etc.  More information is in the flyer below.
Check out all the activities happening in the next week.  The monthly free food schedule is also included.
Sitting on the front porch,
. . . . . the calendar crew  
“Visions of the Verde” Artists Special Event
    from Sunshower Rose
The Camp Verde Community Library and Friends of Beaver Creek Library will co-host an Art event Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. in the Terra Cotta Room of the C.V. Community Library. Arizona Artists will be featured, who were juried into the Visions of the Verde exhibit, which is on display at Yavapai College, (Verde campus) art gallery until Oct. 11 closing reception.
Collaborative artwork by Sunshower Rose.
Participating artists will speak about their creative process regarding pieces currently on display at the College.   One of the artists, Sunshower Rose, will moderate this event. Her video “Green is the River” will be one of the featured pieces. Also from the Beaver Creek area: Sharron V. Porter and Tammie Gardner-Williams. We are still seeking local artists from “Visions of the Verde”, who wish to participate. Please contact Sunshower for further information: 928.550.1088.
Free event and free refreshments. Please come and learn about the Creative Process from these artists and chat with them after the presentation. Oct. 5 is the last day to view the traveling exhibition of the Arizona Water Ways, from the Smithsonian Institution, located upstairs at the Camp Verde Community Library, so don’t miss this opportunity!
Camp Verde Community Library address: 130 Black Bridge Loop Rd, Camp Verde, AZ 86322.  (See flyer below)
Special Events for October 4 through 12
Friday, 10/4-Yoga & Wine will be at Emerald Waves Healing on Beaver Creek Rd from 6:30 PM to 8 PM. $10. 21+, please.
Saturday, 10/5-“Visions of the Verde” sponsored by Friends of Beaver Creek Library will be presented at 10:30 AM at the Camp Verde Library. Local artist Sunshower Rose will be moderating and several of our own artists are featured. (See article & flyer below)
October, two 3-day sessions, Oct 7/21/28 or Oct 10/24/27-Both of these Photoshop Tutorials are for beginners. All classes meet from 4 PM to 5:30 PM in the Beaver Creek Library Quiet Room. Free registration. Please stop by the library to register NOW!. (See flyer below)
Wednesday, 10/9-Meet us at the Library! Yavapai County Development Services will be at the BC Library from 10:45 AM to 2 PM. Staff will answer questions about building, zoning, permitting and department questions. (See flyer below)
Saturday, 10/12-The Pancake Breakfast is from 8 to 10 AM at the Beaver Creek Adult Center. Join your neighbors at the Center for pancakes, eggs, bacon, fruit, coffee & juice – all for a suggested donation of $6. Yummy!! Phone:  928-567-4556 . (See flyer below)
Regularly Scheduled Meetings & Activities in early October
Fridays, All-Toddler Story Time is held from 10:15 AM to 11 AM every Friday at Beaver Creek Library.
Saturday, 10/5 & 10/19–Bird Walks at Montezuma Well  will be hosted by NPS from 9 AM to 11 AM on the first and third Saturdays from October through April and back to 8 AM to 10 AM for May.  Meet at the Montezuma Well picnic area.  For more information please contact NPS at 928-567-3322, ext 0.
Monday, 10/7–The  Lake Montezuma Women’s Civic Club  will  meet at the Beaver Creek Adult Center in Rollins Park, Lake Montezuma from 1 PM to 3 PM. The speaker will be Ashton from Out of Africa. The cost is $5 for coffee bar and snacks. Everyone is welcome to join us to visit and make plans for the new year. Come find out what is happening in Beaver Creek and bring a friend.  Contact Bonnie Best at 510-761-0439 for more information.
Mondays, All-Merry Movie Mondays at the BC Adult Center start at 7 PM every Monday evening. For more information call 928-567-4556. (See flyer below)
Tuesday, 10/8–The BC Kiwanis  meet at 7:30 AM in the BC Adult Center Main Room.  Please call Carol Keeton at 928-606-4050 for more information.
Tuesday, 10/8-The MR Fire Auxiliary will meet at 10 AM at the Montezuma Rimrock Fire Station. Please contact Laurie Stafford at 928-567-4820 for more information.
Wednesday, 10/9–The Blood Pressure Clinic  is available the second Wednesday of each month in the BC Adult Center from 9:30 AM to 11 AM.  Come get your blood pressure taken by Sue Brann, RN.
Wednesdays, All-The Al-Anon Family Group meets every Wednesday from 6 PM to 7 PM at the Beaver Creek Baptist Church (entrance is the same as to the Rimrock Post Office).
Fridays, All-Toddler Story Time is from 10:15 AM to 11 AM at BC Library.
Saturday, 10/12–Free food is available at Beaver Creek School  from 7:45 to 9 AM.  Food is always available the second Saturday of each month for distribution to everyone and during the month as needed.  Emergency boxes are available by calling the school at 928-567-4631. (See Food Chart below)
Saturday, 10/12-Free Yoga Classes are held at Montezuma Well at 2:45 PM every 2nd and 4th Saturday, October through December. Please see the flyer below for more details and further information is available at 928-567-3322 ext 0. (See flyer below)
FREE FOOD–Pickup & Meal Schedule
October 2019 Schedule in Beaver Creek area
(Call Beaver Creek Transit at 301-2749 for more information)
Beaver Creek Food Bank
2nd Saturday each month
4th Tuesday, some items
4810 E Beaver Creek Rd
(at the back of school in the gym)
Call Monday – Friday for
Emergency Food Box
Saturday, 10/12
7:45 to 9 AM
Tuesday, 10/22
1:30 to 2:15 PM
Free Food & Clothing
7th Day Adventist Church CV
Every Wednesday
7th Day Adventist Church in Camp Verde at 1406 N Boothill Dr & get in line.
10/2, 10/9, 10/16, 10/23, 10/30
9:30 AM to Noon
Also senior boxes with cheese monthy
Hot Meals & Food Boxes
Bread of Life Mission
Every Tuesday
Camp Verde Community Center at 435 S Main St in Camp Verde (at the back of the CV government bldg. off of E Hollamon St)
Food box only p/u at 3 PM
10/1, 10/8, 10/15, 10/22, 10/29
Dinner & boxes
5:30   PM Start
Mobile Food Pantry
Manzanita Outreach
2nd Tuesday
Our Shepherd Lutheran
Church at 1090 S Page Springs Rd in Cornville
Tuesday, 10/8
4 PM to 5:30 PM
Also senior boxes with cheese
Beaver Creek Baptist Church
Emerald Waves
Kiwanis Clothes Closet
3705 E Beaver Creek Rd
3470 E Beaver Creek Rd
3095 E Beaver Creek Rd
24/7 kiosk with non-perishables by door
Non-perishables 24/7 outside in pantry and produce inside as open
Wednesdays after 12
Items from 7th Day Food Bank
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Primrose Peaks Update 10/2/2019

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Dear Neighbors
The Primrose Peaks Estates PAD rezoning request has been sent out to several agencies for review with a deadline of 10/10/19.  As stated below by Yavapai County Development Services, this deadline does not apply to comments from the public.  After the agency replies are reviewed, a public hearing will be scheduled, the property will be posted and notices will be mailed out as specified in the Yavapai Planning and Zoning Ordinance.  
. . . . . the calendar crew  
Comment due date: 10/10/2019
  • This due date is for the Technical Review of this application from the agencies/organizations listed above. 
  • Comments from the public are NOT restricted to this due date. Once all comments are received from the agencies/organizations listed above the application will finalized and scheduled for public hearing. At that time a legal ad will be published, the property will be posted with a Hearing Notice and Hearing Notices will be sent to all property owners within 1000 feet of parcel.


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September Happenings around BC 9/18/2019

Dear Neighbors
Lots of good things happening around Beaver Creek. Check out the “Good Things” happening at Beaver Creek School. If you missed the Kids at Hope training held at school today, no worries. It will be held again in October.
The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed the zoning change request for the 8 acres across Beaver Creek Rd for the potential location of a shopping center with a grocery store. Stipulations requested by the Beaver Creek Community Association which will protect the community in the event that the project falls through were included. These were agreed to by the applicant. The Association reported that the request was in compliance with the community plan, Vision 2020, and with the majority of the community who commented in favor of the zoning change. However, this does NOT mean an immediate start on the project. First a design plan must be approved in conjunction with Development Services and Public Works that will include consideration for traffic circulation, drainage, soil composition, etc. The Dave Wingfield / Beaver Creek Rd intersection may well need some improvements. So probably nothing to see for quite a while.
The community plan was completed with the assistance of a mailed survey to every mailbox and route delivery address in Beaver Creek and to out of area property owners. Additionally, there were public meetings. It is a very important document describing our community. If you would like to read it, here is the link. Please disregard the word Draft at the top. This is the version that was accepted by the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors in 2011.
At 10 AM today in the BC Adult Center Kayo Parsons-Korn is presenting slides on Native Gardens and has some seeds to share.  On Saturday at 8 AM is a bird walk at Montezuma Well.  On Monday is the first meeting at 1 PM of the Lake Montezuma Women’s Civic Club at a new location and time.  And be prepared for the Spaghetti Dinner on Thursday and Oktoberfest on the following Saturday.
Enjoying the beginning fall weather,
. . . . . the calendar crew  
Special Events for Late September
Thursday, 9/26–The Beaver Creek Kiwanis Donation Spaghetti Dinner will be served from 5 to 7 PM at the Montezuma Rimrock Fire Station, 3240 E Beaver Creek Rd in Rimrock. Please come enjoy spending time with your neighbors and meeting some new folks, too.  The proceeds will benefit community projects in the MR Fire District. Event staff includes: Beaver Creek Kiwanis, Montezuma Rimrock Fire Station Personnel, Beaver Creek School K-Kids and Builders Clubs, and Sedona Sky students.
Saturday, 9/28-FEE FREE Day at all National Parks.
Saturday, 9/28-Free Smart Devices Help is available from 9 AM to Noon in the Beaver Creek Adult Center. Bring your tablet, smartphone and/or laptop and get the help you need. The instructor is Wendy Cook-Roberts. She has been doing a monthly class at the Camp Verde Library for about a year and has offered to also do one at BCAC. Wendy is proficient with iPhones, Android devices, Chromebooks and most Windows computers. She says, “What I don’t know I can find out and I am not afraid to say, ‘let’s look that up'”.
Saturday, 9/28-The Oktoberfest is being held from 10 AM to 2 PM at Rollins Park in Lake Montezuma. The Grace Lutheran Community Church is providing free brats, hot dogs and drinks and more. The Beaver Creek Trails Coalition is offering free snow cones and wristbands. Sedona Sky girls are doing face painting and games. There is a car show, live music, and trails information. Everything is free. Please contact Marla Sutcliffe for further information. (See flyers below)
Regularly Scheduled Meetings & Activities in Late September
Friday, 9/20–The BC Preservation & Historical Society meets at 10 AM in the Beaver Creek Adult Center Library.  The presentation this month will be from Kayo Parsons-Korn on Growing Your Own Native Garden. The program will be followed by the regular meeting of the Board.Please contact President Judy McBride at 928-567-4648 for more information.  (See flyer below)
Saturday, 9/21–Bird Walks at Montezuma Well will be hosted by NPS from 8 AM to 10 AM this Saturday and then from 9 AM to 11 AM on the first and third Saturdays from October through March and back to 8 AM to 10 AM for April & May.  Meet at the Montezuma Well picnic area.  For more information please contact NPS at 928-567-3322, ext 0. (See flyer below)
Monday, 9/23–The Lake Montezuma Women’s Civic Club meets in the BC Adult Center main room from 1 PM to 3 PM.  We invite you to join us! New date, location, time and cost!  The first monthly meeting of the new year will be Monday, September 23 from 1 to 3 pm at the Beaver Creek Adult Center, 4250 E Zuni Way, Lake Montezuma.  Meetings are only $5 this year and annual dues remain $15.  This meeting will be a business meeting so please plan to attend.  Our purpose is to promote friendship, aid our neighbors and assist civic activities in our community.  Everyone is welcome.  Contact Bonnie Best at 510-761-0439 for more information.
Tuesday, 9/24–The BC Kiwanis meet at 5 PM at the Beaver Creek Adult Center main room.  Please call Carol Keeton at 928-606-4050 for more information. 
Wednesday, 9/25-The Rimrock Farmers Market offers fresh produce, baked & canned goods, plants, artwork & crafts, eggs, and more from 4 to 7 PM every Wednesday evening at the Verde Valley Honey store, 3100 E Beaver Creek Rd. This is a great way to meet your neighbors and enjoy a beautiful sunset. Please contact Candace Hammond at candyscreeksidecottage@yahoo.comfor more information or to participate.
Wednesdays, All-The Al-Anon Family Group meets every Wednesday from 6 PM to 7 PM at the Beaver Creek Baptist Church (entrance is the same as to the Rimrock Post Office). Are you troubled by someone else’s drinking? This is a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength and hope in order to solve their common problem.
Thursday, 9/26–The CCF&M District Fire Board meets at 9 AM at Station 82 in Rimrock this month. Call Robyn Cook at 928-567-9401 for further information.  Don’t forget that you can find past minutes and the current agenda on the web site at
Monday, 9/30–The Beaver Creek School Governing Board meets at 6:00 PM in the school board room.  The board also will meet this month on 9/30. The agenda will be posted at several sites locally and is also at:
The Good Things Happening in the Beaver Creek School District – September 2019
The Friday Enrichment Program is filled to capacity with a wait list. It is being funded by Tax Credit. Please consider donating to this fun and enriching program.
*        The Volleyball A Team remains undefeated with fantastic pair of coaches, Jesica Kramme and Micca Martinez
*        Coach Jeff Clarke leads the Cross County with Rodrigo Herrera Arriza and another student taking several first places!
*        ASU staff came and worked with teachers on Fitness Activities for their classrooms, as a refresher from a past grant. Teachers were given an opportunity to choose fitness materials for their rooms.
*        The fourth grade had a water conservation speaker from Project Wet in their classrooms for 3 days.
*        NWEA assessments have been completed, allowing teachers to see where student are academically at the beginning of the year, set goals with students, and measure growth throughout the year.
*        The Community Youth and Families committee has met twice and is supporting the mission of Beaver Creek School District staff to go forward with school-based mentoring. Classes on Kids at Hope and Mentoring begin this month.
*        And our bus has arrived from the VW settlement and school capital funds. The settlement brought in $1100, 000. The district added the $30799.16
What a great start to the school year with great kids, great families, and wonderful staff!
Karin Ward
Beaver Creek School District
4810 E Beaver Creek Road
Rimrock, Arizona  86335
Instill A Passion In Lifelong Learning!
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Primrose Peaks Public Meeting held 8/17/2019

On Saturday, August 17, 2019, the Primrose Peaks public meeting was held by BCCA at the Beaver Creek School. Over 200 people attended, and many spoke about their concerns and issues with the proposed development. Residents were overwhelmingly negative to the proposal.

Here is a link to the Power Point slide presentation which Janet Aniol presented at the meeting.

Here is the diagram of the proposed site layout.

Primrose Estates Meeting scheduled for 8/17/2019

Dear Neighbors
There seems to be some misunderstanding of the Public Participation process of notification concerning potential zoning change requests.  
The potential applicant is required to notify property owners within 1000 ft if the acreage is one acre or more and also the community association about a participation meeting.  The community association (BCCA) usually broadcasts this information much farther so that others who are interested will be aware of the potential zoning change and often sets up the meetings to make sure that they happen.  In the case of Primrose, the meeting notice was mailed to residents by the applicant, was in a detailed Bill Helm Bugle article and twice in the Beaver Creek eNews.  All of which led to the venue being too small.  So the do over meeting is scheduled for:
Saturday, 8/17, at 3 PM in the Beaver Creek School Multipurpose Room. 
There is a sequence in the zoning change process that is followed by Yavapai County.  After the public meeting, the applicant must submit a report to Development Services.  If the process is continued, then the zoning change request will be scheduled on the agenda of a Yavapai County Planning and Zoning Committee meeting. (At this point an orange sign with the meeting date should appear on the property.)  Additional comments from the public and organizations may be made at this time.  The P&Z Committee will vote on a recommendation to the YC Board of Supervisors.  The BOS will then hear the applicant and the public again and make a final decision.  Some informative reading on this subject is on pages 20-22 of the Yavapai Planning and Zoning Ordinance for Unincorporated which is at the County web site.
The current petition is a great way to let your feelings on this issue be known.  Copies to the applicant, to Development Services and for the Planning and Zoning Commission may be of benefit to the signers.  Written comments may be presented at the meetings and online at
All the best,
. . . . . the calendar crew  
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Annual Meeting Saturday 1/26/2019

Beaver Creek Community Association

Annual Meeting


“Good Neighbors 2019″

January 26, 2019


Please enjoy the refreshments before, during and after our meeting!!


Pledge of Allegiance


President’s Welcome & Update:  Includes introduction of 2018 board members; Janet Aniol, president; Sharon Olsen, vice president; Bob Burke, secretary/treasurer,  Mike Nelson, Ron Melcher and Phil Edwards, directors.  Chris Nicol is the webmaster.


Special recognition for Good Neighbor 2018 Award to Missy Maine & Attitudez on Maine.


Yavapai County Presentations:

District 2 Supervisor Tom Thurman, “State of the County”

Public Works, Updates on road projects.

Development Services, Updates on building permits.


BCCA Business Directory Presentation–Bob Burke


BCCA Board of Directors Election


Adjournment.  The next regular association meeting will be on Monday, February 11 at 3 PM in the Beaver Creek Adult Center.

BCCA Community Meeting 4/9/2018 3pm

Please Join Us for the
BCCA Community Meeting

3 PM – 4:30 PM
April 9, 2018 (Monday)


Beaver Creek Adult Center
4250 E Zuni Way
Lake Montezuma, AZ 86342

Dear Good Neighbors,
Please join us for the meeting which starts at 3 PM in the Adult Center. If you can’t make the meeting, please send us your comments particularly on the zoning change proposal to create RV storage on the 4 acres at the corner of Montezuma Lake Rd and Lookout Point Rd and/or land use violations.
For 20 to 30 minutes at the beginning of the meeting,  Rebecca Borowski, Yavapai County Land Use Unit Manager will explain what is and is not a violation and how to report violations to the county.  She will use a PowerPoint presentation to illustrate what is and is not a violation.
Beaver Creek Community Association Board of Directors
Janet Aniol, Sharon Nelson, Mike Nelson, Bob Burke, Dani Bruno, Ron Melcher, Phil Edwards
Ron & Darla Melcher volunteering for the Trek for Tech held annually and starting from BCCA Rollins Park in the Village Square
                PO Box 5292
               Lake Montezuma, AZ 86342

LMPOA AGENDA – Monday, August 1, 2016


                                                              Monthly Meeting – All invited

     Monday, August 1, 2016, 5:00 PM     
Beaver Creek Adult Center
Pledge of Allegiance   
Public participation is appreciated.  There is a 2 minute time limit for public participation/comments from individuals. Courteous interaction with the board, members, and guests is expected.

Information Items:  From board and members.

President’s Update:

  1. Minutes (June & July) and Financial Report.

Old Business.

Project updates from board members: bulletin boards, newsletter, memory stones, website, Rollins Park, flag, land use

  • Discussion & completion of ZOA response to July items.
  • New Business.
  • Stan Mish, president of Beaver Creek Trails Coalition, will present information on the $34,000 RAC grant approved for that organization. He is requesting a loan from the LMPOA CD to help accomplish the objectives of that reimbursement grant.
  • LMPOA will host the District 2 Community Meeting held by Tom Thurman on Saturday, 8/13 at 10 AM in the BC Adult Center. The 5-year road plan is the special topic of the meeting.
  • Call for Public Discussion Items.  Discussion with residents.              


Adjournment.  Next regular board meeting will be Monday, September 12, at 5 PM at the Beaver Creek Adult Center.


Zoning Issues


Land Use Violations:

To report a land use violation just dial the number below. Please describe the nature of the violation and the physical address or parcel number. You do not have to give your name if you wish to remain anonymous. The County does not actively patrol for violations and only investigates complaints it receives on the land use complaint hotline.

Yavapai County Land Use Hotline Number:  (928) 771-3464


A Summary of Land Use Violations and How to Report Them


What is a Land Use Violation?


Outside Storage

  • Vehicular parts
  • Appliances (unless in use)
  • Furniture not designed for outside use
  • Commercial equipment
  • Debris
  • Disabled or junk vehicles

Use Violations

  • Non-permitted businesses
  • Living in a travel trailer over 90 days a year
  • Multi-family in single family zones
  • Excessive lighting
  • Excessive livestock

Permit Violations

  • All new construction over $1,000.00 in value requires a zoning clearance
  • Structures not requiring a permit must still meet use and setback requirements
  • Work in Flood Plane requires permits
  • Most grading requires permits

Weeds and Trash

  • Excessive weeds causing a fire hazard may be addressed if the Fire Department of jurisdiction deems them a hazard

Other Violations

  • The Land Use Unit also handles the administrative abatement of failed septic systems, dangerous buildings, building code violations and flood control violations.

What is Not a Violation

  • Ugly or excessive vehicles
  • Barking dogs
  • Social nuisances or noisy activities
  • Violations of Deed Restrictions
  • Cars parked in Rights of Way
  • Weeds in ditches along Rights of Way

The Abatement Process

  • Complaint received and assigned to specialist
  • Property researched
  • Inspection performed
  • Violation verified (if applicable)
  • Property owner or occupant notifiedNotice of Violation served
  • Hearing scheduled
  • Determination by the Hearing Officer
  • Judgment generated
  • Compliance monitored
  • Appropriate referrals if warranted (Superior or Criminal Court)

Potential Penalties

  • Immediate administrative fine of $100.00
  • Typical fine of $750.00 if not in compliance with judgment within specified time frame
  • All fines are collected by either staff or collection agency
  • Judgment is recorded against property until resolved

How To Report A Land Use Violation

Reporting a possible land use violation is easy and only requires a call to the Yavapai County land use violation hot line, anonymously if you wish. To speed along the abatement process please provide a street address and parcel number. Most reported violations are investigated within ten days.

Yavapai County Land Use Hotline Number:


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Planning and Zoning Archives


January, 2010 – RR Super Storage sign, Mobile Skirting, Park Model Variance Request
March, 2010 – Outcomes, Violation Zoning Inspections
April, 2010 – Violations, Inspections, Outcomes
May, 2010 – Updates, Plat for Beaver Creek Villas
June, 2010 – Zoning Inspectors, Plat for BC Villas, Wind/Solar
December, 2010 – #H10097, #H10058, #H10096


January, 2009 – Jail Tax, Re-apportion Sales Tax
February, 2009 – A Quiet Month
March, 2009 – ZOA, Section 441, Section 442
May, 2009 – Rimrock Super Storage, Sustainable Planning
June, 2009 – Rimrock Super Storage, Guesthouses
July, 2009 – Commissioners Meet, Solar in Rimrock
August, 2009 – Outcomes, Open Space Sustainable Planning
September, 2009 – Special Events, Camping
October, 2009 – Too Much to Summarize
November, 2009 – P&Z Commission Decisions
December, 2009 – BOS Decides, RR Super Storage Sign Variance


January, 2008 – Luna Vista
February, 2008 – Red Rocks Development
July, 2008 – VV Regional Plan Work Group
August, 2008 – Open Space Subdivision, Various Meetings
September, 2008 – Sustainable Planning Update
October, 2008 – Guest Homes as Rentals
November, 2008 – Vehicle Storage, Sustainable Planning Update
December, 2008 – Disposition Commercial Vehicles on Residential Property