Minor Land Divisions Welcome > Departments > Planning and Zoning > Minor Land Divisions Questionnaire Please answer the questions below to show the download link on the correct form that should be used. The forms have additional instructions on filling them out and getting them submitted. Are property taxes paid in full? YesNo? Taxes must be paid in full before making any property changes Click to Lookup Property Taxes Checking Property Taxes Property taxes must be paid in full before making any changes to the property. To check if taxes are owed please contact the Treasurer's office or search on their website from the following link. Search Online for Property Tax Status Is the property located in City or Town limits? YesNo? Municipal Properties Incorporated Towns and Citys Holbrook Pinetop Lakeside Show Low Snowflake Taylor Winslow Finding the Information The property information map search provides an easy way to see if a property is incorporated within a Town or City. To get started click on the link to open the map. https://apps.navajocountyaz.gov/webmap/WebMap.aspx Once opened there will be a red box to the left of the page, click "New Search". This will open up a panel where you can enter in the parcel number and click "Go". The map will zoom and highlight the parcel that was inputted into the search. This will be shown with a blue border around it. Next is to add in the city overlay and that is done by clicking on "New Search" again. This time go towards the bottom of the panel and look for "Cities", check the box next to it. This will add a yellow overlay for all Town or City limits on the map. In this example the property is part of Holbrook city limits with it being inside the yellow highlight. If the property is within Town or City limits then it will need an approval signature from the municipal. Will any of the properties be split? YesNo? Will any of the properties be split? YesNo? Split vs Combination Splits occur when properties are divided to create new property. In the example below property B was split in half to create a new property C. Combinations are when properties are combined together to create a single property. In the example below properties A and B were combined to create a larger property C. Is this a lot line adjustment increasing or decreasing property less than .25 acres? YesNo? Lot Line Adjustment Lot line between properties A and B needs to be adjusted giving more acreage to B. The center lot line has shifted in favor of property B. The resulting property acreage is not an increase over .25 acres for property B and not a decrease of more than .25 acres for property A. Adjustments that increase of decrease properties resulting in a change greater than .25 acres is not considered a lot line adjustment. Will any resulting parcels be less than 10 acres? YesNo ? Town or City Approval Signature Needed Town or City Approval Approval from the Town or City will be needed in the form of a signature in the space provided when proposing a property adjustment resulting in a split or combination. Download and submit the Assessor combination form to the Assessor's Office. Download the Combo Form Download and submit the Assessor split form to the Assessor's Office. Download the Split Form Download and submit the minor land division application to Planning and Zoning. Download the Minor Land Division Application Restart Additional Details Requirements Property taxes must be paid to date, click here to Search Tax Information Review our policy on Pre-Assigned Parcel Numbers Information Process Cost Instructions General Timeframe The splitting and combining of land can take up to 8 weeks once all the paperwork has been received. This process can take longer on more complicated requests. Combo $200 for the first 2 parcels and $50 for each additional. * No Recording Fee Split $200 for the first 2 parcels and $50 for each additional. $30 Recording Fee Minor Land Division $300 - 1 way split resulting in 2 lots $325 - 2 way split resulting in 3 lots $350 - 3 way split resulting in 4 lots $375 - 4 way split resulting in 5 lots * Recording fees included Minor Land Division Ordinance Ordinance adopted by the Board of Supervisors 6/26/2018 - Effective July 26th, 2018 PLEASE NOTE: None of the following Planning & Zoning or Assessor's processes convey title or change of ownership. New deeds must be prepared by the property owner, the recorded in the Navajo County Recorders office to complete the transfer of a split piece of property. When completing splits in incorporated Towns or Cities, please check with the relevant jurisdiction for requirements. If applying for a split where all resulting parcels will be at least 10 acres or greater in size, the Minor Land Division process IS NOT necessary. If completing a split where all parcels will be at least 10 acres in size, use the following form: Assessor's Split Form If applying for a split where one or more of the resulting parcels will be less than 10 acres in size, the Minor Land Division process IS necessary. If applying for a split within the unincorporated portion of Navajo County where 1 or more of the resulting parcels will be less than 10 acres, use the following form: Minor Land Division (County) Navajo County Planning and Zoning does not review Minor Land Divisions within municipalities. If applying for a split within an incorporated Town or City, please check with the Town or City to see what their jurisdiction requires for approval. The Navajo County Assessor's Office will require that you fill out their Assessor's Split Form, in addition to municipal paperwork, in order for their Office to assign new parcel numbers. If you have questions regarding this form, please contact the Assessor's Office at 928-524-4086. If applying for the split of a parcel that will then be immediately combined with adjacent parcels, the Minor Land Division process IS NOT necessary. If completing the split of one parcel to be combined with adjacent parcels, complete both of the following forms: Assessor's Split Form and Assessor's Combination Form If applying solely for a combination of two or more parcels, the Minor Land Division process IS NOT necessary. Use the following form: Assessor's Combination Form A lot line adjustment is considered if the area being added or removed from a lot or parcel is less than 0.25 acre or 10,890 sq.ft. If applying for a lot line adjustment, the Minor Land Division IS NOT necessary. Please check with the Assessor's Office to make sure the configuration qualifies as a lot line adjustment. If cleared, use the following form: Assessor's Split Form MLD forms and fees are submitted to Planning & Zoning. Assessor forms and fees are submitted directly to the Assessor. Recordation fees for surveys are $24 for first sheet and $20 for each sheet after. Separate check to be submitted for survey recordation fee from Assessor or MLD fee.