Land Use Taskforce

To preserve private property rights

Description

Definition: Land Use is the scientific, aesthetic and orderly disposition of land, resources, facilities, and services with a view to securing the physical, economic and social efficiency, health and well-being of urban and rural communities.

Challenges/Issues: Some municipalities and counties in our state restrict the use and development of privately owned lands; and throughout Arizona many of our Federal Land Management agencies are being litigated against constraining state and federal lands from being used for the highest and best purposes of Arizonans.

Arizona- 72,688,000 total acres.

  • Federal Land - 30,741,287 acres 42%
  • Tribal Lands - 19,775,958 acres 27%
  • State Land - 9,230,000 acres 12.7%
  • Remainder ~18%
    o County Land
    o City Land
    o Private Land

4Tucson Goal: To preserve private property rights and ensure that publicly managed lands within Arizona are managed for the best and highest use of current and future Arizonans.

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