The Adopted Regulations Index provides a list of existing rules and/or regulations that departments are required to administer. These requirements address various matters of public interest such as health, safety and environmental effects. These documents are provided in an effort to promote a transparent and open process to all interested parties with regard to regulatory reform.
Floodplain Regulations for Maricopa County Adopted: 1/17/2018 Download the Floodplain Regulations of Maricopa County The purpose of the Regulations is to comply with the directive of A.R.S. §48-3609 and 44 CFR Ch.1. et seq. (pertaining to the National Flood Insurance Program) to promote and protect the health, peace, safety, comfort, convenience, and general welfare of the residents within the jurisdictional area of Maricopa County, Arizona; to minimize public and private losses due to flood conditions in specific areas; and to enable Maricopa County and its residents to participate in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), receive Federal Disaster Assistance, obtain flood insurance and reduce the cost of flood insurance. Document includes the Fees and Time Frames.
Licensing Timeframes Ordinance Adopted: 4/24/2014 Download the Licensing Time Frames The purpose of this ordinance is to establish time frames for Administrative Completeness Review and Substantive Review for all licenses issued by regulatory departments and agencies of Maricopa County in compliance with A.R.S. §11-1601 through A.R.S. §11-1605.
Resolution FCD 2018R002 establishes the Fees Schedule for Review of Applications for Permits and Variances from or Interpretations of the Floodplain Regulations for Maricopa County pursuant to A.R.S. §48-3603(E)
Resolution FCD 2018R003 to establish time frames for Administrative Completeness Review and Substantive Review for all licenses issued by the Flood Control District of Maricopa County in compliance with A.R.S. §48-3641 through §48-3650.