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If you see criminal activity call 911. For other complaints, please print out and mail the Complaint Form (PDF) to the Planning and Zoning Office or fill out and submit our Online Complaint Form. You may also contact our Graham County Planning and Zoning Department at 928-428-0410.
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Contact the Graham County Health Department at 928-428-0110 or email Gavin Lawson. You can also visit the Septic and Wastewater page for more information.
For Manufactured Homes, email Steve McGaughey. For site built homes, email Larry Woodside.
You can find zoning information on parcels from our GIS Department Maps and look for “County Map.” Learning which boxes to check in order to find the information you need may take some time. If you have any questions on navigating our maps please contact our GIS Department at 928-792-5047. More specific questions regarding zoning such as “Why is my property zoned a particular way?” or requesting to change your property’s zone may be directed to the Graham County Planning and Zoning Department at 928-428-0410.
Your parcel number can be found on your tax bill or valuation notice or (parcel information search and tax search) or contact the Graham County Assessor’s Office at 928-428-2828.
Contact our Graham County Planning and Zoning Department at 928-428-0410 or download a Building Permit Application (PDF).
Yes! There may not be a fee for obtaining a building permit but, a permit is required for any project. (Zoning Ordinance, Section 5.6.2 (PDF))
View the following fees for building permits:
A general guide is that one large animal or two smaller animals per 10,000 square feet of property is allowed only on parcels larger than 20,000 square feet, except where prohibited by CC and Rs. (Zoning Ordinance Section 3.9, 188.8.131.52 (PDF))
Visit the parcel and tax search.
Property owners are required to obtain permits from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) for the purpose of conducting open burning. Copies of Open Burning permit applications and permit requirements are available from the Health Department, however the completed applications must be forwarded to ADEQ for approval.
View the following setback resources:
No additional splits are allowed in a recorded subdivision.
According to ARS 11.831: It is unlawful for a person or group of persons acting in concert to attempt to avoid this section of the subdivision laws of this state by acting in concert to divide a parcel of land into six or more lots or sell or lease six or more lots by using a series of owners or conveyances.
An application to split a parcel of land shall be approved if: