Laws, Rules and Policies
This page is provided as a service to the public to access information on Arizona State Parks & Trails (ASPT) statutes, rules and rulemaking activities. If you have questions or concerns about ASPT rules, statutes, or rulemaking, please contact Arizona State Parks and Trails at 602-542-4174.
STATUTES, RULES, SUBSTANTIVE POLICY
Title 41, Chapter 3, Articles 1, 1.1, 1.2, 1.4
Additional References: Title 5, Chapter 3, Article 8, Title 28, Chapter 3, Article 20 and Chapter 16, Article 5, Title 37, Title 38, Title 41, Chapter 4.1, Chapter 4.2,Title 42, Chapter 12, Article 3 , Title 43, Chapter 6, Article 1.
Title 12, Chapter 8 of the Arizona Administrative Code
ANNUAL REGULATORY AGENDA
2020 Regulatory Agenda for State Parks Board
Arizona State Parks and Trails may undertake a rulemaking even if the rulemaking is not included on the annual regulatory agenda pursuant to A.R.S. § 41-1021.02(D).
RIGHT TO PETITION & PUBLIC RIGHTS FOR RULES AND RULEMAKING
A person may petition the Governor's Regulatory Review Council for review of a final rule if you believe that the final rule does not meet the requirements prescribed in A.R.S. § 41-1030 or whether an existing agency practice or substantive policy constitutes a rule pursuant to A.R.S. § 41-1033. A substantive policy statement is advisory only. If you believe a substantive policy statement imposes additional requirements or penalties on a regulated party as outlined in A.R.S. § 41-1033 and A.R.S. § 41-1091.
All Petitions and Appeals must be submitted to the Council electronically at email@example.com. For more information on your right to petition and the process, please see the Governor's Regulatory Review Council website or 602-542.2058.
For your benefit, statute requires ASPT to post a directory of the subject matter of all ASPT substantive policy and current applicable rules. ASPT does not have any substantive policy statements. The subject matter of the current rules can be accessed in the Directory of Current Rules & Substantive Policy.