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No. Currently all t-hangars / business hangars are occupied. However, the city does have a waiting list for t-hangars. Please see the Waiting List Application and either fax, email, or mail to the listed personnel on the Airport main page.
No, but you can take your pet to any licensed veterinarian. We host a rabies clinic at Main Street Park twice a year where rabies shots are offered. There are also other vaccinations available. They are usually held in February and October but please keep an eye out as dates are subject to change.
You may get a City dog license after he/she has had its rabies vaccination. Rabies vaccinations are usually given at 3.5 to 4 months of age (14-16 weeks).
You may get your rabies vaccination from your veterinarian or you may attend one of our rabies clinics (clinics are usually offered in February and October each year).
When calling please provide the following:
Your Building Permit Number#;
Type of Inspection;
Contact name; and
Construction or work for which a permit is required shall be subject to inspection bythe Building Inspector and such construction or work shall remain accessible and exposedfor inspection purposes until approved. It shall be the duty of the holder of the building permit or their duly authorized agent to notify the Building Department when work is ready for inspection by calling 520-464-3179.
A Building permit expires 180 days after it is issued with no activity. When you get your first inspection and it passes you will get another 180 days for it to expire.
A Building permit that has been expired for less than a year will have a renewal fee of one half of the original permit fee, for example $1000 (original permit fee) $500 (renewal fee). If a permit is expired for more than one year you will have to pay a full permit fee.
120 square-feet or less without electrical, plumbing or mechanical; but all structures must meet minimum yard and setback requirements
Building Codes Protect Your Investment
The biggest investment most people will ever make is when they buy a home. Homes represent security, a place where people will live, raise their families and share life with others. Whether you own or rent a home, following the building codes during construction or remodeling can help protect your health and safety as well as your investment.
The building codes include research from experts that help ensure every phase of the construction process is done correctly. In addition to helping make your home safe, the building codes can also help make your home more energy efficient, and conserve water and resources.
If your construction project does not comply with the codes adopted by your community, the value of your investment could be reduced. Property insurers may not cover work done without permits and inspections or your insurance premiums may become impractical to manage.If you decide to sell a home or building that has had modifications without a permit, you may be required to tear down the addition, leave it unoccupied or make costly repairs.
A property owner who can show that code requirements were strictly and consistently met––as demonstrated by a code official’s carefully maintained records––has a strong ally if something happens to trigger a potentially destructive lawsuit. Your permit also allows the code official to protect the public by reducing the potential hazards of unsafe construction and ensuring public health, safety and welfare. By following code guidelines, the completed project will meet minimum standards of safety and will be less likely to cause injury to you, your family, your friends or future owners. Plus you’ll benefit from the best energy efficient construction techniques that will continue to pay you back for the life of your home.
Invest wisely in your home or remodeling project. It’s a smart investment to build and remodel your home to the latest codes.
The City requires 25% down to reserve a plot. The remaining balance is then divided into eleven monthly installments.
Example: Eloy ResidentsPlot $600.0025% down: $150.00Monthly installments: $40.91 per month
Please keep in mind that opening & closing & liner fees are not guaranteed (locked in). If rates increase, you or your family will be in charge of the difference at the time of use.
The city does not sell markers, monuments or vases. They can be ordered through any monument company or mortuary.
Headstone and monuments shall not exceed five (5) feet in height (single or double from ground to top including foundation).
Double Stacks fall into this category.
Headstone and monuments shall not exceed five (5) feet in height (single or double from ground to top including foundation).
Yes. Ornaments (including solar lights) shall be attached to markers, headstones or monuments by cemetery staff or authorized persons. Ornaments that may cause headstones or monuments to exceed the maximum allowable height will not be permitted. No ornament shall be attached to any marker, headstone or monument without first security a work order generated through the city clerk's office. Ornaments shall be either solid marble, granite, bronze or made of shatterproof plastic material.
Please keep in mind that you will be required to provide proof that the material, marble, granite, bronze, rust resistant or shatterproof plastic.
No, we do not allow stand alone benches. The existing stand alone benches installed at the cemetery are grandfathered in.
Yes, but you can only sell it for what you paid for it.
Please keep in mind that the city does not buy back cemetery plots.
The actual opening of the grave and closing of the grave is just one component of the opening and closing fee. Because of safety issues which arise around the use of machinery on cemetery property and the protection of property of adjacent interment rights holders, the actual opening and closing of the grave is conducted by cemetery grounds personnel only.
Yes, the committee offers plots in the veteran section of the cemetery free of charge to veterans. Verification of an honorable discharge (DD214) must be presented at the time plot is reserved. Family is in charge of opening and closing and liner.
Veteran plots can be reserved by veterans only. Only veterans and their spouse are permitted to be buried in the veteran section. The spouse will be permitted to reserve/purchase a plot next to their veteran spouse only after the veteran is buried.
Plots in the veteran section of the cemetery cannot be sold, exchanged or transferred.
Section A at the cemetery is designated for county burials only. No other burials will be permitted in this section. Burials in this section will be determined by the Pinal County fiduciary.
Only flat markers will be allowed in Sections K & M (veteran's section).
Family members and/or members of the public shall not be present during a disinterment or removal.
Only a polyguard dome liner, dome and base, or sealed vault will be required with each interment. Vaults or other containers are optional for infant and county graves, but are recommended. Infants buried in a regular grave are required to have a polyguard liner.
No interments, disinterments, or removals shall be permitted on Sundays, city observed holidays or city observed holiday weekends. City observed holidays include: New Year's Day; Martin Luther King, Jr. Day; Presidents' Day; Memorial Day; Independence Day; Labor Day; Veterans Day; Thanksgiving Day (including day after Thanksgiving); and Christmas Day. When any of the before mentioned holidays falls or is legally observed on a Friday or Monday, interments will be received on the last business day proceeding the holiday up to 4:30 p.m., April 1 through September 30, and up to 3:30 p.m., October 1 through March 31.
Yes, please see Cemetery Rates and Fees (PDF).
Contact office staff and they will process a work order to backfill the grave or raise and level the monument. All maintenance on the grounds of the Cemetery will be conducted by City staff.
A monument can be ordered through any monument company or mortuary. The City of Eloy installs all foundations and/or headstones along with an authorized monument company or mortuary. Installation costs can be found under Cemetery Headstone Rates and Setting Fees, in the Quick Links tab. Please note that only flat markers are allowed in Sections K & M. Cemetery office staff can advise on the type of monument that is permitted for a particular grave site.
The excavation of a grave, or any other reasonable size hole, results in the loosening of the excavated material. When soil is replaced into a grave, it will inevitably contain more air pockets than the compacted soil before excavation. Over time, a backfilled grave will ’sink’ as the air pockets escape and the soil settles; this is absolutely natural and practically unavoidable, especially in wet weather. The amount and frequency of grave sinkage depends upon numerous factors, including:
Ground subsidence is more likely after an extreme rainfall events or excessive rainfall over a prolonged period of time.
Following the backfilling of any excavation, unless sufficient pressure is applied to thoroughly compact the backfilled material to exclude air spaces, the backfilled material sinks. However, in the case of cemeteries, it would be wholly inappropriate to apply such pressure to graves as it would crush the coffin.
Following the funeral, the equipment is removed and the grave is backfilled using the soil excavated from it. A certain amount of ‘mounding up’ of the grave takes place in anticipation of ground sinkage.
You will note that the ‘mound’ is a thick clay material, which is the soil excavated from the grave. During the weeks after the burial the cemetery will continue to monitor and top up the grave, if required with this clay material.
Until the ground stabilizes, the use of top soil or sand like material to ‘top up’ the grave is futile as the finer particles erode in the wind or simply wash away in rain.
Once the ground is suitably settled, a layer of topsoil will be placed over the grave area.
We recognize that seeing the surface of a grave sinking can cause distress to the bereaved, it is unfortunately a ‘natural’ phenomenon that affects all cemeteries.
Grave subsidence can also be a trip hazard; we conduct a ‘rolling program’ of backfilling and top dressing. Although often this can occur quickly after natural occurrences, we appreciate community notification of this matter. To assist in the process, please take note of the grave’s location and other details such as the name on the memorial or area of the cemetery so that we can locate the grave on our system.
After identifying the grave, we will log a maintenance request and submit a work order to have the grave backfilled. Weather permitting, most backfills are completed in a timely manner.
Please call Community Services at 520-466-7351 and a work order can be created to address the needed repair.
No, the library is only open on weekdays, from 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM.
Yes. Patrons with a valid ID showing out of county residence may use the library's computers using a free guest pass. Pinal County residents may use the library's computers with a guest pass, but must pay a 50 cent fee. Additionally, the library has free Wi-Fi access available during open hours using the SecLibPub network. Please come inside the building to obtain the password.
Yes. Payments can be made online at the Arizona Courts Online Payment.
No, we are not the same court. Their phone number is 520-866-7900.
Contact Code Compliance at 520-466-2578 for more details.
Fingerprinting services are provided on Tuesdays from 9:00 a.m. to noon, and on Thursdays 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. You must have a state issued Identification card or driver’s license with you to obtain services.
630 North Main Street, Eloy, Arizona 85131.
Although most information the City of Eloy houses is public and therefore subject to disclosure, some information is considered to be confidential. As custodians of confidential information, Eloy is obligated to protect such things as:
Additional information may be considered confidential and protected from disclosure depending upon the specific information requested and the circumstances surrounding the request.
At the current time we only have a zoning map. Additional web maps are being developed.
Please visit the Uncontained Trash Pickup page, the City Landfill page, click to view the 2013 Landfill Ordinance, or call Public Works at (520) 466-3082 with any questions.
Residents are allowed to dispose of an additional ton of waste at the landfill. Please bring a current City of Eloy utility bill, and photo ID. Bulk trash can be scheduled for pick up once per month by calling in to Public Works at 520-466-3082 by Monday no later than 3 pm before the Tuesday pickup for your area.
Please make sure to have your container out by the curb for pickup by 6 a.m., that the lid closes completely and that there are no parked vehicles blocking the container. If none of these violations pertain to your situation, then contact Right Away Disposal (RAD) at (520) 881-4227. There may be inclement weather, mechanical issues or other explanations for service being missed in your area.
Please contact Right Away Disposal (RAD) for any missed pick ups at (520) 881-4227.
Residents are allowed to dispose of an additional ton of waste at the landfill. Please bring a current City of Eloy utility bill, and photo ID. Bulk trash can be scheduled for pick up once per month by calling in to Public Works at 520-466-3082 by Monday at 3 pm before the Tuesday pickup for your area.
Please call Public Works (520-466-3082) with the information, or if you are a registered user of the City of Eloy's website, visit the Request Tracker to input the information online.
Streets Division will have sand bags and sand available for residents at the Public Works Facility, 1137 W. Houser Road. Residents are allowed six (6) filled sandbags per household. Please call Public Works (520-466-3082) for more information.
Please call Public Works (520-466-3082) to report streetlight outages. You will be asked for the pole number for reference. The number is a six or seven digit number which can be found at about eye-level and usually begins with "S" or "L”. Click here for an interactive web map to determine the pole number.