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Navigating this Page
The purpose of this advocacy page is to provide you with the resources needed to address your tree related concerns within the following sectors:
The goal is to make it possible for anyone to make their voice heard and to make real change where they see fit. This advocacy guide makes it easy to do just that. See below.
Our advocacy page is new, and continues to grow and develop. Contact us to suggest improvements to these pages, or to let us know what your experience has been in advocating for proper tree care and management.
Thank you to our former intern, Ronnie Pedersen, who helped develop this resource for the public. Without him we could not have had this free to the public.
Step One: What do you want to change? What is the problem you want fixed? Answer these questions and then address where your concern is taking place and who owns the space or spaces involved. Gathering information will make it easier for you to efficiently and effectively address the problem.
The best way to do this is to utilize Maricopa County's Assessor's Parcel Viewer.
Use this to locate the space through an address or locating it on the provided map and then identify who or what owns the land by clicking directly on the space. Keep this information in mind when moving onto step two and beyond. This information will be used to communicate concerns and to address the right stakeholders.
Assessor's Parcel Viewer Tips:
Step Two: Once you have found who owns the property and where it is located, determine which category the space falls under. Is it residential, private, or government owned? Select below which sector you are addressing.