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Territory in the Vicinity of a Military Airport

Disclosure requirements for property which is within "territory in the vicinity of a military airport" or "territory in the vicinity of an ancillary military facility" as defined in A.R.S. 28-8461, or under a "military training route" as delineated in the military training route map prepared pursuant to section 37-102.

Using Arizona Revised Statute 28-8461 definitions for the purpose of this section:

  • "Territory in the vicinity" means any property located in the following zones:
    1. For Luke Air Force Base in Maricopa county, the zone is ten miles to the north, south and west and four miles to the east parallel from the center of the main runway of the military airport.

    2. For Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Pima county, the zone is five miles to the northwest along a line extending from the end of the northwest runway, one and one-half miles to the southwest, six and one-half miles to the northeast and perpendicular to the runway centerline and ten miles to the southeast along a line extending from the end of the southeast runway of the military airport.

    3. For Yuma Marine Corps Air Station and Laguna Army Airfield in Yuma county and Libby Army Airfield in Cochise county, the zone is five miles to the north, south and west and ten miles to the east of the center of the main runway of the military airport.

    4. For an ancillary military facility described in paragraph 7, subdivision (a) of this section, the land area designated as the territory in the vicinity on the map described in paragraph 7, subdivision (a) of this section.

    5. For the ancillary military facilities described in paragraph 7, subdivisions (b) and (c) of this section, the land areas designated as the territory in the vicinity on the map of each ancillary military facility described in paragraph 7, subdivisions (b) and (c) of this section.

  • "Ancillary military facility" means:
    1. For political subdivisions described in paragraph 9, subdivision (a) of this section, the military auxiliary airfield that is identified on the map that is designated as Luke Air Force Base Auxiliary Airfield #1, that is dated March 1, 2004 and that is on file in printed format at the state land department on the effective date of this amendment to this section pursuant to section 37-102.

    2. For Luke Air Force Base in Maricopa county, the military auxiliary field that is located in the town of Gila Bend, that is used to train specific military aircraft maneuvers or to perform a specific military airport function, that may or may not have a paved runway from which aircraft may or may not land, that is recognized by the military airport and political subdivisions in Maricopa county or the report of a cooperative land use planning effort among affected political subdivisions and the military airport in Maricopa county and that is identified on a map that is prepared by the State Land Department and kept on file with the State Land Department and the State Real Estate Department pursuant to section 37-102.

    3. For Yuma Marine Corps Air Station in Yuma county, the military auxiliary field that is recognized by the military airport and political subdivisions in Yuma County or the report of a cooperative land use planning effort among affected political subdivisions and the military airport in Yuma county and that is identified on a map that is prepared by the State Land Department and kept on file with the State Land Department and the State Real Estate Department pursuant to section 37-102.

  • "Military training route" means a low level military route that allows Department of Defense aircraft to conduct flights that may be as low as one hundred feet above the ground at speeds in excess of two hundred fifty knots indicated air speed as delineated in the military training route map pursuant to section 37-102.

To obtain the Military Affairs Commission Contact List for all Arizona military bases, please click here.

Images of military maps are furnished by the Arizona State Land Department, and are available for viewing here. The ADRE has verified with the Arizona State Land Department that there have been no changes to these maps as of December 15, 2014.