Rehabilitate areas of concern for heavy OHV traffic, and to make improvements to areas of Cave Creek RD to create a desireable locale for OHV enthusiasts.
Develop a 75+ mile tail that interconnects the three largest communities in Apache County and provides both residents and visitors with an
exceptional outdoor experience. Grant will pay for cultural surveys, trailhead amenities, signage, maps and construction of trail.
Extend maintenance, rehabilitation, and improvement of OHV routes and impacted areas of the Mesa RD primarily used for OHV recreation.
Construction of single track trail, and road to trail conversion. Also clearence of identified routes, signage of routes and closed areas, fencing.
Fund volunteer trail days, and utilize contractors to complete the Kelly Motorized Trails System
Establish and designate motorized trails, purchase and install signage, and provide maps and trail information.
Continue funding temporary travel management coordinator, fund four seasonal interns to assist with travel management implementation, and
pay overtime for additional law enforcement patrols.
To develop comprehensive map of both motorized and non motorized trails of the Lakeside RD.
Remove trash, graffiti, and anything foreign to the environment from natural areas surrounding OHV trails, routes and areas outlined in the
proposal while leaving a minimal footprint.
To create pilot program that would enhance partnerships between public land managers, motorized recreational users and the general public.
To create master plan that will map out individual trail segments and identify existing and future recreational facilities, points of interest, and
natural/ cultural resources.
To hire crews to maintain and construct trails. Also to purchase vehicles and equipment.
Maintain 19 miles of existing motorized trails, constructing 8 miles of new trail and completing an analysis that will potentially authorize up to
15-30 miles of new single track motorized trails and associated trailhead improvements.
Expand ADAT program while adding a pilot volunteer route maintenance and repair program. Also funding of educational materials to pilot an
This product will purchase a Polaris RZR UTV for use by law enforcement in Hassayampa FO OHV use areas. Added equipment will include
a trailer, operator safety equipment, and emergency assistance equipment.
Funding will be used to fund law enforcement rangers to monitor illegal trail use, keep users on approved trails and make area safer and more
enjoyable to the recreational user.
To patrol off road trails in La Paz County.
Funds from this grant will be used to redesignate the parking/staging area and restrict full-sized vehicles from traveling beyond. The kiosk will
be relocated closer to the highway in an effort to reduce vandalism and better signage will be installed. An OHV coordinator will allow the
Land Department to better manage this area along with several other areas of State Trust Land that are haveily impacted by OHV use.
The Tucson Field office will use awarded funds to purchase a side by side to help monitor trail activity throughout their jurisdiction.
Establishing route designations for the Mainstreet, Grama, Kanab Plateau, Uinkaret, and Yellowstone Mesa TMAs through NEPA's EA process. Completing TMP's as a guide to how to implement route designation decisions. Producing route maps for the LittleField, Colorado City and St. George TMA's. Installing fiberglass signs and numbering of the routes. Rehabilitating routes in the LittleField, Colorado City and St. George TMA's.
Funds will be used to mitigate damage in the Saffel Canyon area and to restore 5 miles of trail.
Funds will proivde improved signage, trail conditions, support facititlies and mitigation.
This project will construct a one-acre OHV/multi-use staging area within close proximity of downtown Wickenburg. It will provide legal
access to the Hassayampa River bed and OHV and multi-use trails. It will provide parking for twenty (20) truck/trailers, restroom, picnic
tables, informational signage, and water.
The Honey Bee Canyon Park Trail Rehabilitation Project will include routine trail maintenance on the existing 2.03 miles of trai ls within the 62-acre natural passive park within the Rancho Vistoso master planned community. The Honey Bee Canyon Park trail system connects to other Oro Valley and Pima County trails.
This project is the first in many phases that will eventually upgrade the trail system to make this safer and more sustainable. Work will include sign replacement, materials for surfacing, grading tread, box steps, replacing water bars, creating grade dips, ditching, brush removal and kiosks.
The primary goal for the youth corps selected would be to maintain the Hamburg trail #122 from the Wilderness Boundary to the junction with the Crest trail/AZT. Along the way they would be replacing 6 signs at three trail junction areas. After maintaining the Hamburg trail, they move to the Crest, picking up where AWC left off. Then Pat Scott Canyon, back down to Brown canyon and if any time permits, Comfort Spring trail.
This project will rehabilitate and improve approximately 15.5 miles of trail in the Superstition Wilderness.
Develop a trailhead on a 4 acre parcel for OHV users to be able to connect to the Ryal Canyon OHV system.
Acquire land for the development of an OHV staging area and campsite in Bouse, Arizona along the Arizona Peace Trail.
Provide a Trial Building workshop to members of the OHV community and local federal and state partners of the NOHVCC.
Repair damages to popular OHV campsite in Kearny, AZ
Maintain 30 miles of existing OHV trail in the Red Rock section of the Coconino National Forest.
This project proposes to build 715 feet of 4 foot wide accessible trail,which will provide access from the day use parking area to a proposed kayak launch area, beach and eventually an ADA fishing platform on the Colorado River. The currrent trail has been washed out over the years and is no longer accessible. It will give accessible people access to the beach area and the bank of the river to fish and enjoy the scenery.
The Town of Florence project proposal is for maintenance of the trail leading to the summit of Poston Butte. The trail leads visitors 0.5 miles to the summit of Poston Butte, the site of the pyramidal tomb of Charles Poston, the primary activist in the creation of the territory of Arizona.
This project includes maintenance of two trails totalling 6.26 miles in Sycamore Canyon Wilderness. Lonesome Pocket Trail #61 and Henderson Trail #53 both require brushing, clearing of pathway, and vegetation management.
This project includes the maintenance of two trails totalling 10 miles all within the Cedar Bench Wilderness Area. Chasm Creek Trail #164 and Squaw Peak Trail #518 both require brushing, clearing of pathway, and vegetation management.