PLANNING & ZONING
- How can I find my property information?
- The Navajo County website
has a link to an online interactive map that gives you detailed
information of your parcel. Click below for a link to the interactive
- Click the red New Search tab on
the left hand side of the screen to insert a parcel number or registered
street address. Click your parcel that will be highlighted for more
- What is my zoning? What can I do with my property?
- You may check your zoning category via the aforementioned Property Info Map Search. Once you click your parcel, your zoning will appear under the zoning
tab. If it is 'unspecified' or 'municipal' and you have reason to
believe that is incorrect, don't hesitate to give us a call. See below
for more information on county recognized zoning articles:
- What restrictions do I have?
- County zoning regulations
will be listed under your zoning category within the sections of
regulations for the article (uses, setbacks, lot coverage, etc).
Additionally, you may have CC&R's or deed restrictions if you belong
to a Subdivision, Property Owners Association, or Home Owners
Association. The County does not interpret or enforce private
Conditions, Covenants, and Restrictions.
- Who is my District Supervisor?
- Please see the link below to the current Board of Supervisors list:
- If you do not know which district you are located in:
- Visit the Property Info Map Search and insert your parcel number or address.
- Under the same new search red tab select the drop down support layers menu and select BOS Districts.
- Click the next to the drop-down menu to display the legend, and zoom out to display the districts.
- How can I check if my parcel is within County or Municipal jurisdiction?
- Under the Property Information Map Search:
- Click the new search red tab and select the Cities layer checkbox. Insert your parcel number or address.
your property is within the yellow overlay, you are within the nearest
municipal boundary, if not - you are within the unincorporated area of
- Does my property allow for animals/horses?
Navajo County Zoning Ordinance does allow for the keeping of horses
under Articles 3, 9, and 11 (A-General, R1-43, and R1-10). Please visit
the respective articles to adhere to intensity regulations for corrals
and sizes under
Zoning Ordinance & Forms.
- Is my road maintained by the County?
- Please visit the link below for an interactive online GIS map that shows County maintained roads:
- Can I live in my RV while I build my primary dwelling?
may apply for a Temporary RV permit only after securing a Building
Permit or Mobile Home permit for your primary dwelling. Temporary RV
permits are good for up to one (1) year.
*Please reference Section 2516 of the Navajo County Zoning Ordinance for more information.*
- What is a Code Violation?
- Recreational Vehicle (one
time use for > 30 consecutive days within the same calendar year) or
primitive camping on vacant property.
- Failed or overflowing septic systems.
- Inoperable, disabled, or abandoned vehicles.
- Light pollution in excess of Navajo County Lighting Ordinance or A.R.S. 49-1102.
- Grading more than fifty (50) cubic yards per year & not complying with the Navajo County Drainage Ordinance.
- Fire and/or health hazards.
- Piles of trash and garbage.
- What is not a Code Violation?
- Ugly or unattractive automobiles, trucks, and recreational vehicles in the rear yard.
- Nuisances and/or noisy activities.
- Violation of CC&R's (Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions) and/or Deed Restrictions.
- Weeds in the ditch - along the right of way.
- Legally parked vehicles along public right of way.