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Please note, a Building Permit is not required, but a Zoning Clearance Permit is required on each of the above. Typically a $15 fee for each item.
The Town of Dewey-Humboldt adds an assessment of $79 as a Court Administrative fee to each citation issued, not each violation.
You must contact the Court to get an extension to pay or to make payment arrangements. If you cannot pay the total penalty by your court date, then a $20 time payment fee will be imposed by the Court (per State Statute A.R.S. §12-116).
Check violations to determine your cost:
PAY AT THE FRONT WINDOW: Cash, check, money order or debit/credit card. Court hours are Tuesday through Thursday, except legal holidays, from 8 a.m .to Noon and 1 to 5 p.m. A payment drop box is located outside the Court and available 24 hours a day.
PAY BY MAIL: Make check or money payable to Dewey-Humboldt Magistrate Court and mail to: Dewey-Humboldt Magistrate Court P.O. Box 492 Humboldt, AZ 86329
PAY ONLINE: There is a service fee of $2.50 or 3%.
In Dewey-Humboldt, the Blue Hills and Foothills communities were certified Firewise in 2016 through the efforts of a group of neighborhood volunteers who formed the first Firewise Board. Assessments were conducted of both neighborhoods and a plan developed to address the wildfire risks identified.
The Firewise Board welcomes newcomers to the Town of Dewey-Humboldt to join with their neighbors in the Blue Hills, Foothills and indeed throughout the Town as they work to reduce fire risk.
The Town of Dewey-Humboldt Code Enforcement operates on complaints.To download a Complaint and Investigation Request Form click here.
Yes, if your property is at least 2 acres in area, and then only as an accessory use. This means that you must first have a residence on the property. There are other rules that apply to the siting of cargo containers that you need to be aware of.https://az-deweyhumboldt.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/View/1495
The answer to that question depends in large part on the number of lots being created.
The Land Split process involves the creation of a survey indicating the existing lot lines and the new lot lines. See the link below for more information.
The Lot Combination process involves the creation of a survey indicating the existing lot lines and the new lot lines. See the link below for more information.