Beaver Creek 4th of July

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A great time was had by all at the  July 4th Beaver Creek Parade. The parade left the Sycamore Park area in Lake Montezuma at 9:00 AM and traveled south on Montezuma Avenue past the Village Square. Grand Marshals Pastor Ken and Leeza Miller presided over a fun family ceebration of Independence Day. Parade entrants (walkers, animals, vehicles, floats) put on a great show. The festivities and pancake breakfast was in Rollins Park at the Lake Montezuma Village Square. The BC Kiwanis Duck Race on Wet Beaver Creek featured a flotilla of feisty rubber ducks who paddled madly for the finish line. Congratulations to Carol Keeton, Kiwanis Event Coordinator, and all who helped make this a great event.
  • BC Kiwanis donation pancake breakfast: 7 to 8:45 AM
  • Beaver Creek Parade: 9:00 AM, from Sycamore Park to Rollins Park. Line up 8:30 – 8:45 AM
  • Led by Camp Verde Post 93 American Legion Riders
  • Grand Marshals Ken and Leeza Miller
  • Flag ceremony concluding the parade by Cornville American Legion Post 135
  • Free hot dogs served by BC Baptist Church immediately after parade
  • Water served by GC Lutheran Church after parade
  • Free ice cream cups from BC Adult Center
  • Parade ribbons awarded and lots of music
  • Balloons and face painting and more until Noon
  • Community information & vendor displays
  • Water game fire truck from Montezuma Rimrock Fire District
  • Live music by the Beaver Creek Philharmonic
  • and of course, the world-renowned Duck Race at Sycamore Park: Noon

Property Tax

Property Tax Increase Passed by Yavapai College District

June 9th,the Yavapai College District Board voted 3-2 to increase property tax assessments 2%. The average homeowner in the Yavapai Community College District will see a nearly $7 per year increase on their property taxes for fiscal year beginning July 2015. This will add up to an additional $825,000 the college will receive each year, according to the Board.

Pedestrian Bridge

Pedestrian Bridge Installed 3/25/2015

This is the real deal! Sixty eight tons of steel suspended over Beaver Creek and installed in the dead of night with two hours to spare. Film courtesy of Banicki Construction.

Dropped Residential Dog Limit

Yavapai County Drops Residential Dog Limit Proposal, 4/3/15
Yavapai County Proposed Animal Ordinance H15016–WITHDRAWN   

The presentations on the proposed Yavapai County animal ordinance change to limit dogs to five per single family residence have been cancelled.  Yapavai County Development Services is not going forward with this proposal.  The scheduled meeting at the Montezuma Rimrock Fire Station for April 22nd has been cancelled.   The proposed ordinance will not be on the Lake Montezuma POA agenda for Monday, April 6.

At this time Yavapai County intends to utilize a more positive application of current codes on property management and health and sanitation for animal hoarding situations.  Commercial puppy breeders located on residential property are already required to have use permits which will be enforced.  Complaints about vicious animals will be directed to the Yavapai Sheriff’s Office.
– The Calendar Crew

Animal Control

Zoning Issues

Link

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:
928-442-5458

 

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Minutes, Agendas, Financials, Letters and Recommendations

Minutes Agendas Financial Reports Board Letters
and Recommendations

2018

May 14, 2018
April 9, 2018
March 12, 2018
February 12, 2018
Annual Meeting, Jan 27, 2018
January 8, 2018

2017

June 12, 2017
May 8, 2017
April 10, 2017
March 13, 2017
February 8, 2017
Annual Meeting 2017
January 11, 2017

2016

December 5, 2016

November 7, 2016

October 3, 2016
September 12, 2016
August 1, 2016
July 11, 2016
June 6, 2016
May 2, 2016
April 4, 2016
March 7, 2016
February 1, 2016
January 23, 2016 Annual Meeting
January 4, 2016

2015

January 31, 2015
February 2, 2015
July 6, 2015
August 3, 2015
November 2, 2015
December 7, 2015

2014

January 25, 2014
May 5, 2014
September 8, 2014

2013

January 26, 2013
April 1, 2013
May 6, 2013
June 6, 2013
December 2, 2013

2012

February 6, 2012
March 5, 2012
April 2, 2012
May 7, 2012
June 4, 2012
September 10, 2012
October 1, 2012
November 5, 2012
December 3, 2012

2011

January 03, 2011
February 7, 2011
March 7, 2011
April 4, 2011
May 2, 2011
June 6, 2011
July 11, 2011
August 1, 2011
September 12, 2011

2010

January 11, 2010
February 1, 2010
March 1, 2010
April 5, 2010
May 3, 2010
June 7, 2010
July 5, 2010
August 2, 2010
September 13, 2010
October 4, 2010

2018

June 11, 2018
May 14, 2018
April 9, 2018
March 12, 2018
February 12, 2018
Annual Meeting 2018
January 8, 2018

2017

July 10, 2017
June 12, 2017
May 8, 2017
April 10, 2017
March 6, 2017
February 8, 2017
2017 Annual Meeting
January 11, 2017

2016

December 5, 2016

November 7, 2016

October 3, 2016
September 12, 2016
August 1, 2016
July 11, 2016
June 6, 2016
May 2, 2016
April 4, 2016
March 7, 2016
February 1, 2016
January 23, 2016

2018

2017

2017 Financials

2016

November Financials

October Financials

September Financials
August Financials
July Financials
June Financials
May Financials
March Financials
February Financials
FY 2014 vs FY 2015 Revenue Comparison
January Financials

2015

December Financial Report
November Financial Report
September Income Statement
September Checking Transactions
September Balance Sheet
August Financial Report
July Financial Report

2018

04/09/2018 Response to H18012 Zoning Change Request
04/04/2018 Response to H18015 User Permit Modification Request
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03/2018 BCCA Flyer
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1/23/2018 Az Water Letter of Intent

2016

02/29/2016 Letter supporting Montezuma Crossing Trail


02/16/2016 Letter Arizona State Parks supporting Sunset Trails


01/27/2016 Letter to LMPOA from Terry Keller


Animal Control Violations

Animal Control Safety and Violations:

To report an animal control violation just dial the number below. Please describe the nature of the violation and the physical address or parcel number. The Sheriff does not actively patrol for violations and only investigates complaints it receives.
Yavapai County Sheriff’s Number: 928-771-3260

A. Definitions

1. “AT LARGE” means being neither confined by a suitable enclosure nor physically restrained on a leash.
2. “ENFORCEMENT AGENT” means persons in Yavapai County responsible for the enforcement of this Ordinance and the regulations promulgated thereunder.
3. “OWNER” means any person owning, possessing, harboring or maintaining a dog, or any persons acting for the owner, or having charge of a dog.
4. “DOG” means member of the familiaris and domesticated wolves and offspring of dogs cross-bred with wild animals or domesticated wolves.
5. “DOG PARK” means a suitably enclosed and supervised area designated by the County or any city or town within which dogs are not required to be leashed or otherwise subject to physical restraint.

B. General Provisions

1. This Ordinance shall not apply to any incorporated city or town or to any Indian Reservation but shall apply only within the unincorporated areas of Yavapai County. The provisions of State law shall apply in those instances where this Ordinance is not equal to or more stringent than State law.
2. No dog shall be permitted at large except as provided herein. Dogs shall be confined within a suitable enclosure or otherwise physically restrained to prevent entry of dogs on public or private property other than the owner’s or on a leash not to exceed six (6) feet in length and of sufficient strength to control the dog.
3. Any dog over the age of four (4) months shall wear a collar or harness to which is attached a valid license tag. Dogs shall not be required to wear a collar or harness with a valid license attached while being used for control of livestock, or while being used or trained for hunting, while being exhibited or trained at a kennel club event, while engaged in races approved by the Arizona Racing Commission or while being transported to and from such events or races provided that they are properly vaccinated, licensed and controlled. In the event the owner can demonstrate that no approved vaccination is available a license which shall be different from a rabies tag is required.
4. It shall be unlawful for an owner or designated responsible person to maintain a dog having a propensity to bark, howl or otherwise disturb the peace and quiet of any county resident. The enforcement agency shall make every effort, including canvassing of affected neighbors, to ensure that unwarranted citations are not issued.

C. Enforcement

1. Any dog, licensed or unlicensed, which is running at large may be apprehended and impounded by the County enforcement agent. The County enforcement agent shall have the right to enter upon private property in order to apprehend any dog that has been running at large, provided the enforcement agent is in reasonable pursuit of such dog.
2. County enforcement agents and law enforcement officials may issue citations to the owner, or other person acting for the owner, when a dog is permitted to be at large. The procedure for the issuance of a notice to appear shall be as provided for peace officers in A.R.S. § 13-3903 except that the County enforcement officer shall not make an arrest before issuing the notice. The issuance of citations pursuant to this Ordinance shall be subject to the provisions of A.R.S. § 13-3899.
3. Pursuant to A.R.S. § 11-1015, it is unlawful for any person to interfere with the County enforcement agent in the performance of his duties.

D. Exemptions

1. A dog may run at large while participating in field trials, obedience classes, kennel club events, organized school or park-sponsored shows, while assisting its owner or trained in legal hunting or in herding livestock, while assisting a police officer engaged in law enforcement duties, or while assisting its blind or deaf master, so long as sufficient control is exercised permit immediate leashing of the dog upon any person’s reasonable request.
2. Dogs are allowed to occupy vehicles, including truck beds, without restraint, but as soon as a dog leaves a truck bed, it is considered to be at large

E. Special Exemption for Dog Parks

1. Upon written application by the County, or by any city or town, the Board of Supervisors may permit dogs to run without restraint within the enclosed area of a designated Dog Park subject to the condition that the
dog’s owner must remain within the enclosed area of the Dog park and exercise appropriate supervision and control at all times that a dog is allowed to run without restraint.
2. Applications for of a special exemption for a Dog Park shall be accompanied by a Development Plan to include a map and legal description of the proposed Dog Park, construction plans for all improvements to be made on the premises, procedures for maintaining the premises in a sanitary condition and a plan for staffing and supervision of the Dog Park.
3. As a condition of approval of a special exemption for a Dog Park, the applicant shall obtain a premises liability insurance policy, in a form acceptable to the County, with a minimum annual aggregate policy limit
as specified by the County which shall name the County as a primary or additional insured. The policy shall protect the County from any and all lawsuits, claims, awards or other losses, including reasonable attorney fees arising from the operation of the Dog Park. On or before the effective date of the special exemption, the applicant shall provide to the County a certificate of insurance confirming the required coverage and shall notify the County no less than 10 days prior to any changes in coverage including policy forms, policy limits, cancellations, non-renewals or changes in insurance carriers.
4. The operator of a Dog Park authorized pursuant to this Section may enact rules and regulating governing the operation of the Dog Park provided that such rules and regulations are equal to or more stringent than corresponding provisions of this Ordinance.
5. The Board of Supervisors may revoke a special exemption for a Dog Park upon a determination that the interests of the County are not served by continued operation of the Dog Park or that the public health, safety or welfare is threatened or may be threatened by continued operation of the Dog Park.

F. Biting Animals

1. The procedures set forth in A.R.S. § 11-1014 shall be followed for biting animals. Domesticated wolves and offspring of domestic animals bred with wild animals or domesticated wolves shall be considered wild animals pursuant to the provisions of A.R.S. § 11-1014(c).

G. Penalties

1. A person who is convicted of a violation of this Ordinance is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor. As a minimum penalty , a person convicted hereunder shall to pay a fine of not less than fifty dollars, which shall not be suspended unless, at the discretion of the judge court, that person is ordered to perform and complete a minimum of eight hours of community service.
2. Any person requesting the release of an impounded dog shall provide proof of anti-rabies vaccinations and license, or shall obtain any applicable license and vaccination and shall pay for the cost of impoundment in accordance with a fee schedule adopted by the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors. Proof of ownership of the dog may be required prior to release. Any impounded dog which is not claimed within seventy-two hours shall be deemed abandoned. County enforcement agents may take possession of abandoned dogs and may place the dog for sale or may dispose of the dog in a humane manner. Any person purchasing an abandoned dog shall obtain applicable anti-rabies vaccinations and pay the applicable license and impoundment fees.

H. Repealer

Yavapai County Ordinance No. 1991-2 is hereby repealed

I. Effective Date

This Ordinance, including the repealer contained herein shall be effective October 5, 2000.
Passed and adopted by the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors this 5th day of September, 2000.
/s/ A.G. “Chip” Davis A. G. “Chip” Davis, Chairman Yavapai County Board of Supervisors
ATTEST:
/s/ Bev Staddon
Bev Staddon, Clerk
Yavapai County Board of Supervisors