| Date|| File # || Type of SAle|| Location || Acres|| Minimum Bid|| iNFORMATION|
|16-121115||Perpetual Right of Way||T4N, R3E,|
|53-121237||Land Sale||T4N, R4E,|
Perpetual Rights of Way
T1S, R8E, SECS. 17, 18, 19, 20 & 30;
T1S, R8E, SECS. 18, 19, 30 & 31;
T1S, R8E, SECS. 18, 19 & 30;
T1S, R8E, SECS. 19, 20 & 30;
T1S, R8E, SECS. 17 & 18;
T1S, R8E, SECS. 17, 18, 19 & 20
Bid Package & Bidder Instructions
ROW Docs and Assignments
|53-120834||Land Sale||T21N, 7E,|
|53-121172||Land Sale||T4N, R1WE|
|53-120823||Land Sale||T4N, R3E,|
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Notice of Natural Resource Conservation District Supervisor Election
Pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 37, Chapter 6, regarding the Natural Resource Conservation Districts of the State of Arizona, notice is hereby given that an election for the purpose of electing Supervisr(s) for each of Arizona's Natural Resource Conservation Districts will be held on the 2nd day of May, 2020, with time and locations provided by each individual Natural Resource Conservation District.
A candidate for Supervisor of a Natural Resource Conservation District must: reside within the District; be a District cooperator; and be a qualified elector of the State. "District Cooperator" means any person who has entered into a cooperative agreement with the District for the purposes of protecting, conserving, and practicing wise use of the natural resources under his or her control. "Qualified Elector" means a person who is a District Cooperator and a qualified elector of the State of Arizona. Nomination Petitions may be obtained from the District Board of Supervisors. Completed write-in petitions must be filed at least 40 days prior to the election; and regular nomination petitions must be submitted at least 10 days prior to the election with the National Resource Conservation Commissioner of the Arizona State Land Department, 1616 West Adams, Phoenix, Arizona, 85007.
Notice of Expiring Grazing Leases
In accordance with A.R.S. 37-281.01.B, Arizona State Land Department (ASLD) is hereby publishing a list of expiring grazing leases by county, set to expire within the calendar year. ASLD will accept applications for the following expiring grazing leases by qualified applicants. Grazing leases are for the ranging of livestock. Qualified applicants shall have a registered livestock brand. The Depatment anticipates that existing lessees will apply to renew leases in most instances. A conflicting application shall be filed at least 270 days, but no more than on year, before the expiration of the lease. If two or more applicants apply to lease the same land for grazing purposes, the Department shall, after investigation or hearing, approve the applicant who has the best right to the lease.
Applications may be submitted to the Arizona State Land Department online. For details or questions on applications, the quickest way to reach the Department's Range Section is to submit a Public Inquiry Request.
Board of Appeals
Arizona Revised Statutes § 37-215 prescribes that, before they are set for auction, all land sales and commercial leases are to be approved by the Arizona State Land Department (ASLD) Board of Appeals (Board), which also serves as an Administrative Review Board.
ASLD Applicants and Lessees may appeal a final decision of the State Land Commissioner to the Board; appealable Board decisions are related to State Trust land appraisals and classifications.
The ASLD Board of Appeals consists of five board members appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate for six-year terms. The State's 15 counties are divided into three separate districts, which three members are selected to represent, while two members hold positions-at-large.
The Board meets monthly, unless special circumstances warrant additional meetings.
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