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Old 10-27-2008, 01:21 PM   #1
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Default AZ State Parks Announces Arizona Trails 2010 Planning Workshops

Arizona Trails 2010 Planning Workshops
Seeking Public Input on Arizona's Trails
Arizona Trails 2010: Statewide Motorized and Non-motorized Trails Plan
Arizona State Parks is seeking input from the public and land managers during Regional trail workshops to provide information on public trail priorities on both motorized and non-motorized trail issues. (see below for list for dates and locations).
Arizona State Parks is midway through the public involvement process for the Arizona Trails 2010 Plan. The Plan identifies the needs, attitudes and preferences of Arizona's recreational trail users, both motorized and non-motorized, and provides recommendations to focus trail management efforts. The Plan also determines funding priorities for the Trails Heritage Fund, Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation Fund and the federal Recreational Trails Program.
The next step in the public involvement process is a series of regionally based workshops for interested citizens and for land managers. Staff from Arizona State Parks will be holding meetings in eight locations throughout the state, (see below for list for dates and locations).
These workshops are the time to discuss new ideas and trail needs and issues of regional concern, to explore questions in more detail than can be asked in a survey format, and to gain a better understanding of regional perspectives. We also want to know what you think are the priorities that land managers should focus their time and resources.
~Public and Land Manager Workshops~
How to Provide Public Input
Participate in one of the eight workshops listed below. Morning meetings will focus on land manager discussions and evening meetings will focus on trail users and interested citizens (both motorized and non-motorized trails)
Email your input to:
trails2010@azstateparks.gov
Mail your comments to:
Trails 2010
Arizona State Parks
1300 W. Washington
Phoenix, AZ 85007

Since this planning effort is for a statewide plan that sets state policy, we won't be soliciting input on individual trails or on the federal travel management changes.
Visit AZStateParks.com for more information.
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Public 2008 Meeting Dates - 6pm - 8pm
October 29 - Prescott
Prescott Adult Center
1280 E Rosser St (between Hwy. 89 and Willow Creek Rd.)
Activity Room and Arts & Crafts Room for breakout session
6pm - 8pm

November 5 - Flagstaff
Riordan Mansion State Hist. Park
409 W. Riordan Road
6pm - 8pm

Nov. 6 - Pinetop-Lakeside
AZ Game & Fish Dept. Office
2878 E. White Mountain Blvd.
6pm - 8pm

Nov. 17- Lake Havasu City
Aquatic Center
100 Park Ave (Rooms 153/154)
6pm - 8pm

November 18 - Yuma
One City Plaza, Conference Room 190
6pm - 8pm

December 1 - Tucson
Pima County Parks, Recreation, and Natural Resources Offices
3500 W. River Rd.
6pm - 8pm

December 2 - Sierra Vista
Buena High School Performing Arts Center - Lecture Pod
5225 Buena School Blvd.
6pm - 8pm

December 10 - Phoenix
Arizona State Parks Boardroom
1300 W. Washington St.
6pm - 8pm


Land Manger's 2008 Meeting Dates - 10am - Noon
October 29 - Prescott
Prescott Adult Center
1280 E. Rosser St. (between Hwy. 89 and Willow Creek Rd.)
Meeting Room
10am - Noon

November 6 - Flagstaff
Coconino Nat'l Forest Offices
1824 S. Thompson
10am - Noon

Nov. 7 - Pinetop-Lakeside
City Council Chambers
1360 N. Niels Hansen Lane
10am - Noon

Nov. 18 - Lake Havasu City
Aquatic Center,
100 Park Ave (Rooms 153/154)
10am - Noon

November 19 - Yuma
180 W. 1st St.
Old City Council Chamber
10am - Noon

December 2 - Tucson
Bureau of Land Management
12661 East Broadway
10am - Noon

December 3 - Sierra Vista
Oscar Yrun Community Center
3020 E. Tacoma St.
10am - Noon

December 10 - Phoenix
Arizona State Parks Boardroom
1300 W. Washington St.
10am - Noon
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what can us out of state wheelers say other than keep access open? is that the main focus here? we wouldnt be familiar with more specific problems.
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Not sure yet. I will be doing some investigating.
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