FAQ

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Can Apache County haul gravel for my non-county road?

No, why?

Road Fund-Highway User Revenue Fund (HURF)

The Road Funds comes from the State of Arizona Taxes motor fuels and collects a variety of fees and charges relating to the registration and operation of motor vehicles on the public highways of the state. These collections include gasoline and use-fuel taxes, motor-carrier taxes, vehicle-license taxes, motor vehicle registration fees and other miscellaneous fees. These revenues are deposited in the Arizona Highway User Revenue Fund (HURF) and are then distributed to the cities, towns and counties and to the State Highway Fund. These taxes represent a primary source of revenues available to the state for highway construction, improvements and other related expenses.

Can Apache County do home site leveling?

No, why?

Road Fund-Highway User Revenue Fund (HURF)

The Road Funds comes from the State of Arizona Taxes motor fuels and collects a variety of fees and charges relating to the registration and operation of motor vehicles on the public highways of the state. These collections include gasoline and use-fuel taxes, motor-carrier taxes, vehicle-license taxes, motor vehicle registration fees and other miscellaneous fees. These revenues are deposited in the Arizona Highway User Revenue Fund (HURF) and are then distributed to the cities, towns and counties and to the State Highway Fund. These taxes represent a primary source of revenues available to the state for highway construction, improvements and other related expenses.

 

Can apache County blade the road to my home?

No, why?

Road Fund-Highway User Revenue Fund (HURF)

The Road Funds comes from the State of Arizona Taxes motor fuels and collects a variety of fees and charges relating to the registration and operation of motor vehicles on the public highways of the state. These collections include gasoline and use-fuel taxes, motor-carrier taxes, vehicle-license taxes, motor vehicle registration fees and other miscellaneous fees. These revenues are deposited in the Arizona Highway User Revenue Fund (HURF) and are then distributed to the cities, towns and counties and to the State Highway Fund. These taxes represent a primary source of revenues available to the state for highway construction, improvements and other related expenses.

Can I get a load of wood from Apache County District 2?

Apache County District 2 only donates fire wood during the winter to senior citizen centers and veterans within our district

Alton Joe Shepherd

From road maintenance to gathering information from Chapters, we believe being apart of the community is the best way to evolve our services for District 2.