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41-514. Administration; advisory committee; composition; duties; designation of parkways and historic and scenic roads

A. There is established an advisory committee to the director consisting of eleven members. The directors of the parks board, the department of transportation, the office of tourism and the historical society shall each appoint to the advisory committee one employee from their respective agencies who serves at the pleasure of the appointing authority. The tourism advisory council shall appoint one of its members to the advisory committee who shall serve at the pleasure of the council. The governor shall appoint, for a term of three years to begin and end on June 30 or until the successor is appointed and qualified, the remaining six members from the public, with no more than two public members from any one county. The governor may appoint a public member to an additional term.

B. The advisory committee shall:

1. Review requests to establish or designate a highway or area as a parkway or historic or scenic road.

2. Prepare recommendations to the transportation board as to those highways or areas appropriate for establishment or designation as parkways or historic or scenic roads.

3. Review established or designated parkways or historic or scenic roads and recommend to the transportation board their continuation or deletion as parkways or historic or scenic roads.

C. Any agency, group or individual may submit requests for consideration by the advisory committee for the establishment or designation of a highway or area as a parkway or historic or scenic road.

D. Upon recommendation from the advisory committee, the transportation board may designate or establish a parkway or historic or scenic road or delete a previous designation or establishment.

E. If the parkway or historic or scenic road to be established or designated is not a state highway or route, the establishment or designation is not effective unless the board or body exercising jurisdiction over such road agrees to such establishment or designation.

F. Access roads intersecting parkways shall be spaced no closer than one mile apart, except where a county, state or federal highway or city street intersects the parkway. No public agency may approve a subdivision bordering a parkway unless either:

1. The subdivision plat provides internal access to the one mile access roads across the parkway and would accommodate access to such access roads from unsubdivided adjoining lands.

2. The subdivision plat provides access to the general systems of public roads and streets by some means other than through or across the property devoted to parkway purposes.

G. Access roads across parkways which are legally established shall not be closed unless the owner of the land serviced by such access road has agreed to such closure.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-514

41-514. Administration; advisory committee; composition; duties; designation of parkways and historic and scenic roads

A. There is established an advisory committee to the director consisting of eleven members. The directors of the parks board, the department of transportation, the office of tourism and the historical society shall each appoint to the advisory committee one employee from their respective agencies who serves at the pleasure of the appointing authority. The tourism advisory council shall appoint one of its members to the advisory committee who shall serve at the pleasure of the council. The governor shall appoint, for a term of three years to begin and end on June 30 or until the successor is appointed and qualified, the remaining six members from the public, with no more than two public members from any one county. The governor may appoint a public member to an additional term.

B. The advisory committee shall:

1. Review requests to establish or designate a highway or area as a parkway or historic or scenic road.

2. Prepare recommendations to the transportation board as to those highways or areas appropriate for establishment or designation as parkways or historic or scenic roads.

3. Review established or designated parkways or historic or scenic roads and recommend to the transportation board their continuation or deletion as parkways or historic or scenic roads.

C. Any agency, group or individual may submit requests for consideration by the advisory committee for the establishment or designation of a highway or area as a parkway or historic or scenic road.

D. Upon recommendation from the advisory committee, the transportation board may designate or establish a parkway or historic or scenic road or delete a previous designation or establishment.

E. If the parkway or historic or scenic road to be established or designated is not a state highway or route, the establishment or designation is not effective unless the board or body exercising jurisdiction over such road agrees to such establishment or designation.

F. Access roads intersecting parkways shall be spaced no closer than one mile apart, except where a county, state or federal highway or city street intersects the parkway. No public agency may approve a subdivision bordering a parkway unless either:

1. The subdivision plat provides internal access to the one mile access roads across the parkway and would accommodate access to such access roads from unsubdivided adjoining lands.

2. The subdivision plat provides access to the general systems of public roads and streets by some means other than through or across the property devoted to parkway purposes.

G. Access roads across parkways which are legally established shall not be closed unless the owner of the land serviced by such access road has agreed to such closure.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-514

41-514. Administration; advisory committee; composition; duties; designation of parkways and historic and scenic roads

A. There is established an advisory committee to the director consisting of eleven members. The directors of the parks board, the department of transportation, the office of tourism and the historical society shall each appoint to the advisory committee one employee from their respective agencies who serves at the pleasure of the appointing authority. The tourism advisory council shall appoint one of its members to the advisory committee who shall serve at the pleasure of the council. The governor shall appoint, for a term of three years to begin and end on June 30 or until the successor is appointed and qualified, the remaining six members from the public, with no more than two public members from any one county. The governor may appoint a public member to an additional term.

B. The advisory committee shall:

1. Review requests to establish or designate a highway or area as a parkway or historic or scenic road.

2. Prepare recommendations to the transportation board as to those highways or areas appropriate for establishment or designation as parkways or historic or scenic roads.

3. Review established or designated parkways or historic or scenic roads and recommend to the transportation board their continuation or deletion as parkways or historic or scenic roads.

C. Any agency, group or individual may submit requests for consideration by the advisory committee for the establishment or designation of a highway or area as a parkway or historic or scenic road.

D. Upon recommendation from the advisory committee, the transportation board may designate or establish a parkway or historic or scenic road or delete a previous designation or establishment.

E. If the parkway or historic or scenic road to be established or designated is not a state highway or route, the establishment or designation is not effective unless the board or body exercising jurisdiction over such road agrees to such establishment or designation.

F. Access roads intersecting parkways shall be spaced no closer than one mile apart, except where a county, state or federal highway or city street intersects the parkway. No public agency may approve a subdivision bordering a parkway unless either:

1. The subdivision plat provides internal access to the one mile access roads across the parkway and would accommodate access to such access roads from unsubdivided adjoining lands.

2. The subdivision plat provides access to the general systems of public roads and streets by some means other than through or across the property devoted to parkway purposes.

G. Access roads across parkways which are legally established shall not be closed unless the owner of the land serviced by such access road has agreed to such closure.

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