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Imperial Sand Dunes News
September 01 2009
Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area Fee & Permit Information as of DEC 2010

Who needs a permit?
One permit is needed per primary vehicle. A primary vehicle is any street legal vehicle used for transportation to the recreation site. A permit is required at all times while in the fee area and may be required to exit the area. Please keep your permit until you exit the fee area.

How long do I have to purchase a permit?
The permit is required immediately upon arrival to the recreation area.

What are my permit options?
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New Forest OHV Rules
January 02 2009

Summary of Forest Service Final Rule

Although ARRA previously posted the PDF version of the Forest Service Final Rule for Motorized Recreation in National Forests and Grasslands, ARRA thought it would be useful to provide a summary of those points of the Final Rule most pertinent to our members. We hope that the summary provided below helps each of you to understand the impact that the new Final Rule will have on OHV travel on Forest Service land.
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Arizona Off Highway Vehicle Coalition (AZOHVC)
December 17 2008

Executive Board and Representatives are as follows.

Executive Board
Jim Florence - President
Don Hood - Vice President
Sandee Mccullen - Secretary
Jeff Gursh - Treasurer / Land Access and Grants Executive Director
Sanford Cohen - Legislative Liaison Executive Director
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New Site
September 17 2008
Please bear with us. We are currently in the process of developing a new website! It's an ongoing process so if you find things unavailable or don't work correctly please notify us at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Stop The Dust And Pm 10 Update
September 10 1989
Stop The Dust
Our ATV livelihood is being threatened by Arizona's lack of rainfall with new Dust Regulations (PM10) in effect in Maricopa, Pima and parts of Pinal and Yavapai Counties. Attention needs to be given to the dust that our sport creates. Be a good steward of the environment and slow it down around staging areas, residential areas and on dirt roads. Please don't ride next to paved roads or fence lines unless there is a designated signed trail. Reducing your speed greatly helps reduce dust.
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