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Arizona State Parks Heritage Fund 2008. Annual Allotments to the State Parks Heritage Fund. • FY 1991- $ 5,900,000 • FY 1992- $10,000,000 • FY 1993- $10,000,000 • FY 1994- $10,000,000 • FY 1995- $10,000,000 • FY 1996- $10,000,000 • FY 1997- $10,000,000 • FY 1998- $10,000,000

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Arizona state parks heritage fund 2008

Arizona State ParksHeritage Fund 2008


Annual allotments to the state parks heritage fund

Annual Allotments to the State Parks Heritage Fund

  • • FY 1991- $ 5,900,000

  • • FY 1992- $10,000,000

  • • FY 1993- $10,000,000

  • • FY 1994- $10,000,000

  • • FY 1995- $10,000,000

  • • FY 1996- $10,000,000

  • • FY 1997- $10,000,000

  • • FY 1998- $10,000,000

  • • FY 1999- $ 8,706,250

  • • FY 2000- $ 8,096,800

  • FY 2001- $ 8,484,250

  • FY 2002- $ 8,768,500

  • FY 2003- $ 9,307,450

  • FY 2004- $10,000,000

  • FY 2005- $10,000,000

  • FY 2006- $10,000,000

  • FY 2007- $10,000,000

  • FY 2008- $10,000,000

  • Total$169,263,247


Heritage fund advisory groups

Heritage Fund Advisory Groups

Arizona State Parks Board

William C. Cordasco (Chair)-Flagstaff

Arlan Colton-Tucson

William C. Scalzo-Phoenix

Reese Woodling-Tucson

Tracey Westerhausen-Phoenix

William C. Porter-Kingman

Mark Winkleman-State Land Commissioner

Arizona Outdoor Recreation

Coordinating Commission (AORCC)

AORCC recommends criteria and policies for both the Trails

and Local, Regional and State Parks grant programs to ensure

the equitable distribution of funds. The Commission also

reviews applications and provides funding recommendations

to the Arizona State Parks Board.

Historic Preservation Advisory Committee (HPAC)

HPAC recommends criteria and policies for the Historic

Preservation grant program to ensure the equitable distribution of funds. The Committee also reviews applications and provides funding recommendations to the Arizona State Parks Board

Arizona State Committee

on Trails (ASCOT)

ASCOT provides technical advice to AORCC on

Trails grant project requests.

Natural Areas Program

Advisory Committee (NAPAC)

NAPAC evaluates and recommends natural areas for potential

acquisition, and provides assistance with natural area

management plans and interpretation activities


State parks acquisition and development 17

State Parks Acquisition and Development (17%)Up to $1.7 million annually

State Parks Acquisition and Development (17%)

Supports the acquisition and development of State Park lands, sites, and facilities. Monies are used to enhance natural, cultural, and recreational projects.


State parks acquisition and development 171

State Parks Acquisition and Development (17%)

Funded improvements for:

- Contact Stations

- Restroom/Shower Buildings - Land Acquisition

- ADA and ADEQ compliance

- Kartchner Development


State parks natural areas acquisition 17 up to 1 7 million annually

State Parks Natural Areas Acquisition (17%Up to $1.7 million annually

Used to establish a system of natural areas, managed by Arizona State Parks, to protect Arizona’s diverse natural heritage. These areas are acquired for their rare or outstanding natural resource value.


State parks natural areas acquisition 17

State Parks Natural Areas Acquisition (17%)

-Verde River Greenway

-Sonoita Creek

-San Rafael Ranch

-Post Inholding

Acquired parcels include:


State parks natural areas operation and management 4 up to 400 000 annually

State Parks Natural Areas Operation and Management (4%)Up to $400,000 annually

Provides funding for the operation and management of natural areas administered by Arizona State Parks.


Environmental education 5 up to 500 000 annually

Environmental Education (5%)Up to $500,000 annually

Is used to foster an awareness, understanding, and appreciation of maintaining a healthy natural environment and of keeping it in balance with community development.


Environmental education 5

Environmental Education (5%)

Used for State Parks interpretive education programs, including

- Junior Ranger Program

- Educator Workshops

- Nature Walks

- Bird and Plant Lists

From FY 1993 to FY 1996, a portion of these monies were awarded as competitive grants

- 37 projects received $419,186


Trails 5 up to 500 000 annually

Trails (5%)Up to $500,000 annually

Supports the acquisition and development of

nonmotorized trails within the State Trails System. Trails are added to the State Trails System by the Parks Board.


Trails 5

Trails (5%)

Primarily expended through a competitive grant program

- Grant projects are awarded for trailheads and development/ renovation of trails

Since FY 1995, State Parks receives 5% of the monies for trails within State Parks.


Local regional and state parks 35 up to 3 5 million annually

Local, Regional and State Parks (35%)Up to $3.5 million annually

Supports the acquisition of land for open space, and the acquisition and development of land for outdoor recreation facilities.


Local regional and state parks 35

Local, Regional and State Parks (35%)

Expended as a competitive grant program

- Grant projects are awarded for park land acquisition and to develop/renovate ballfields, swimming pools, picnic areas, sports facilities, etc.


Historic preservation 17 up to 1 7million annually

Historic Preservation (17%)Up to $1.7million annually

Supports historic preservation efforts consistent with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Preservation.


Historic preservation 17

Historic Preservation (17%)

Expended primarily as a competitive grant program

- Grant projects are awarded for historic resource acquisition and protection

State Parks also receives these monies for

- Stabilization of State Park historic resources

- Special projects that meet the goals of the Historic Preservation Plan


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