Plan Revision Public Meetings (November 2017)

The Tonto National Forest will hosted eight Plan Revision Public Meetings in November 2017 to discuss the Preliminary Proposed Plan and any further ideas for revising the land and resource management plan (Forest Plan). Each meeting took place between 5pm - 7pm at the locations below.  These meetings will also included an update on the Wilderness Recommendation Process and the Wild & Scenic Rivers Eligibility Study. Notes from these meetings are still being finalized but will be posted when completed.

Tuesday, November 7th (Mesa)
 - Franklin at Brimhall Elementary/Franklin Junior High4949 E Southern Ave, Mesa
Wednesday, November 8th (Cave Creek)
 - Desert Foothills Library38443 N Schoolhouse Rd, Cave Creek
Monday, November 13th (Roosevelt) 
 - Tonto Basin Ranger District Office at Roosevelt Lake Visitor Center, 28097 AZ-188, Roosevelt
Tuesday, November 14th (Payson)
 - Payson High School301 South McLane, Payson
Wednesday, November 15th (Young) from 2pm - 4pm
 - Pleasant Valley Community Center, Highway 288, Young
Thursday, November 16th (Globe/Miami)
  - Bullion Plaza Cultural Center, 150 N Plaza Circle, Miami 
Monday, November 20th (Superior)
 - Superior Junior/Senior High School100 W Mary Dr, Superior
Tuesday, November 21st (Phoenix)
 - 24th Street Conference Center1841 N 24th St #10, Phoenix
Arizona Trail - Passage 26
Arizona National Scenic Trail, Passage 26 - Adam Edmondson

The Tonto National Forest also held an ALL-DAY Technical Partner Meeting on November 21, 2017 focused on the Preliminary Proposed Plan, which is the next critical step in the Forest Plan Revision process. 
Designed for partners, these meetings will host technical in-depth discussion on topics such as: rangelands and grazing, forests and fuels, restoration, recreation, wildlife, invasive species, and more. 
Partners will spend time working side-by-side with resource specialists and Plan Revision Team members to discuss and provide feedback on the content of the Preliminary Proposed Plan

If you have any questions about the upcoming meetings, feel free to contact us at or call  (602) 225-5200 and ask for the Forest Planner.