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Welcome to the
Agua Fria National Monument Land Use Plan Website

This Land Use Plan incorporates 70,900 acres of public lands located north of Phoenix, Arizona, adjacent to the communities of New River, Cordes Junction and Black Canyon City.  Popular sites within the Agua Fria National Monument include the Agua Fria River, Badger Springs, and Pueblo La Plata.

The Agua Fria National Monument Record of Decision and Approved Resource Management Plan (ROD/ARMP) is now available on this website. 

The Agua Fria National Monument is managed by the Hassayampa Field Office. The Agua Fria National Monument Resource Management Plan was created in conjunction with planning for the Bradshaw Harquahala Planning Area

Citizens played an important role in creating this new land use plan. The BLM Hassayampa Field Office looks forward to working with the public and partners as we begin implementing the management decisions in the Resource Management Plan.  

Next Steps
The Hassayampa Field Office is currently executing portions of this Land Use Plan while concurrently developing an Implementation Strategy that sets priorities and timelines for overall implementation.  

For Additional Information 
If you have questions regarding the RMP, please feel free to contact:

  • Monument Manager, Amanda James, at (623) 580-5500

If you have technical problems with this website, please feel free to contact ePlanning Technical Support via email at BLM_ePlanning@blm.gov

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You can view and download Other Documents and Maps related to the Land Use Planning process, located in the left-hand navigation pane of this screen.  

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