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With existing facilities and activities identified, the next component is to forecast future activity at the airport. Forecasts are typically completed for three periods (0 to 5 years, 6 to 10 years, and 11 to 20 years) and project both the number of total operations and number of based aircraft. Utilizing the forecasts of aviation activity, a demand/capacity analysis will be completed to determine if the existing airport infrastructure will be sufficient in the future. This analysis generally follows FAA safety and design criteria, as well as ADOT standards for Arizona airports.
Based on the results of the demand/capacity analysis and recommended facility requirements, airport development alternatives will be prepared that address any deficiencies that are identified. These alternatives will examine options to improve facilities using a set of criteria including environmental and financial factors. At the conclusion of the alternatives analysis, a preferred airport development plan will be prepared to reflect the alternative that best helps the airport achieve its goals and meet future demand. The preferred airport development plan will be graphically depicted in an airport layout plan (ALP). The ALP depicts the current and future airport layouts and includes plans to address airspace requirements and obstructions. The ALP can be considered the “blue print” for development at Douglas Municipal Airport.
A specific component of the Douglas Municipal Airport Master Plan is the development of a Business Plan. The Business Plan will analyze opportunities for the airport to generate additional revenue that will contribute to its financial sustainability. The Business Plan is intended to be a short-term implementation document, while the Master Plan Update identifies long-term goals and developments for the Airport.
Those of legal age may consume alcohol only at the following locations: Airport Park, Causey Park, and Veteran’s Park up until 7:00 p.m. An alcohol permit is needed from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Alcohol permits are issued at City Hall with the Water Department Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Glass containers on parks are prohibited.
April - August: 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
September - March: 7 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Contact us by phone at 520-417-7347.
Contact Parks and Recreation by phone at 520-417-7340.
Contact Parks and Recreation by phone at 520-417-4340.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. ($7.50 fee per card - cards to be provided by employer/requester.)
Post-Storage Hearings:Tuesday and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ($150 administrative fee due at time of hearing).
In certain situations, the spouse of the owner may also enter into an agreement with the Douglas Police Department stating they will not let a driver arrested for Driving on Suspended or No Valid License, Extreme or Aggravated D.U.I. or a minor in possession of alcohol to drive the vehicle within 1 year. If the agreement is violated, there is no relief available from the 30 day impound period within the next year. In addition, the vehicle may be released to the lien holder or repossession agent identified on the M.V.D. record before the end of the 30 days. Get more information about Post Storage Hearings for ARS 28-3511.
Yes. Although you’ll need a valid Douglas library card -- or a valid card from another Cochise County Library District member library -- to borrow materials, you are welcome to read, use computers, and attend programs without one.
Once you apply it usually takes about 30 days for Human Resources to complete your background check. View and complete the
Your best qualification is your willingness to help! But, if you have specific skills (like tutoring, presenting programs, or subject expertise), feel free to let us know!
Information about programs and events is available on DPL's Facebook page, in the online calendar, by subscribing to our email list, in flyers you can pick up at the library, or by calling 520-417-7359 or 520-417-7352.
No. All library programs and events are free and open to everyone. However, some programs, such as Summer Reading, may require advance registration.
Yes, you can. The Library's wireless network allows you to work on and print from your own device.
Our tutors will be happy to speak with you and determine your current level of knowledge, what you would like to learn, and where best to begin your session. For more information view the Library contact information.
We offer up to 3 1-hour sessions at no charge.
No. You can submit forms in whatever way is most convenient for you!
No problem! Just stop by and we will help you out, or give us a call at 520 417-7352.
Borrowing from libraries in Cochise County is free and, most of the time, borrowing from libraries throughout the U.S. is free, too. But, if there is a charge, we will always ask you first before we order it.
If items are located outside Cochise County, you'll need to fill out an Interlibrary Loan form. You can download, print, and submit the Interlibrary Loan Request (PDF).
That is based entirely on your availability and ability to participate in events such as book sales, board meetings, or other activities.
Individual Membership is $5, Contributing Membership is $10, andPatron Membership is $25 per year.
You should bring a current photo ID and proof of your current address (such as a bill, bank statement, or lease).
The Large Conference Room is equipped with a computer, projector, and large screen. The Small Meeting Room and Private Appointment Room are Wi-Fi equipped.
Meeting room and tour calendars are first-come-first-served and fill up quickly. We recommend scheduling as far in advance as possible but at least 1 week for rooms and 2 weeks for tours.
Yes, almost all databases that can be searched in the library can also be searched outside the library by signing in with your library bar code and Personal ID Number (PIN).
No. The Arizona State Library, in partnership with Cochise, Maricopa, and Pima county library districts, funds free statewide database access for Arizona residents.
If you can't find what you're looking for in Douglas, you can borrow from other Cochise County libraries or use our free
Yes, sometimes. But, they must be in good condition and fit within our collection development policies.
The right-of-way permit form can be found on the City of Douglas website.
This form should be filled out by the applicant and can be emailed to the City for review. Typical information required would be a project description, plans, contractor information, and traffic control plans.
Review may take 7-10 business days. The applicable fees will depend on the project.
Any work in the right-of-way requires a City of Douglas right-of-way permit per the City code. The right-of-way includes the streets, alleys, or other public places. Typical reasons for needing a right-of-way permit would be to connect to the sewer or water lines, utility work, excavations, new sidewalks or driveways, and special events.
Right-of-way permit fees may be found in Douglas Municipal Code Chapter 15.08. The fees for trenching in the right of way start at $20 for the first 200 linear feet. The fees for a driveway are $35.00.
Title 15 - BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTION | Code of Ordinances | Douglas, AZ | Municode Library
The City of Douglas Public Works Department is responsible for the public sewer main, which are located in the streets, alleys and easements. The property owner is responsible for the house lateral, including the pipe that connects from the public sewer main to the house.
A special pickup can be arranged at a flat rate fee of $15 by calling 520-417-7329 in advance; per pickup plus the cost of transfer station fees.
Here are the special items pick-up instructions https://www.douglasaz.gov/DocumentCenter/View/297/Special-Items-Pickup-Details-PDF?bidId=
Special Collection request form: English and Spanish
If you suspect a root intrusion in your sewer line or a blockage caused by items flushed or put down the drain, contact a licensed plumber for the best method of addressing the problem. If a licensed plumber advises that the blockage or problem lies in the sewer main line, please contact (520)417-7334.
Please get in touch with (520) 417-7334 or call 9-1-1 after hours.
All newer water meters have a triangle leak detection hand on the meter face. Locate the water meter. It will be either in the front of the property or in the back if an alley is present. Most new meters are in the front near the sidewalk or curb. The meter will be in a concrete or plastic box with a lid on it.
Remove the meter box lid and find the face of the water meter. Depending on the meter brand, the leak detection hand may be silver, black or red. If the triangle shows any movement, a leak may exist. Customers with automatic pool fillers and evaporative coolers need to check and see if these are running water during the leak check.
The leak check only checks for leaks when no water is used in the piping. Water leaks can still exist in landscape irrigation systems. These should be checked for proper operation when running.
To report a leak, call (520) 417-7334.
This can be requested by calling (520)417-7334 or visiting our office at 425 E 10th St, Douglas, AZ 85607.
For information on normal water pressures in your area or concerns with fluctuating water pressures, contact the Water Quality Department at (520) 417-7334.
Most houses are equipped with screens on all faucets within the home. If you do not have water coming out of one faucet, try taking off the screen cap and checking for calcium buildup.
While you are not required to sign for repair work performed, your input and comments are always welcomed.
All instances of water shutdowns are different. Generally, when replacing a meter, the water should not be off for more than an hour. Main break emergencies are assessed individually and are based on the difficulty of repair.
All plumbing fixtures after the city's meter are the responsibility of the homeowner. Plumbing fixtures up to and including the meter are repaired and maintained by the City of Douglas.
The City of Douglas will restore areas back to their original condition if it is responsible for the damage.
Paint markings are used to identify utilities for an excavation project. It identifies where and what utilities are located below to prevent damage to those utilities. Paint markings wear off naturally with time.
When it rains in urban areas, the stormwater runs off buildings and paved areas instead of soaking into the ground. The stormwater collection system, also known as the storm drain system, is designed to move stormwater flows along conveyances like city streets and gutters where it is directed into storm drains or spillways constructed along the street.
Common pollutants found in stormwater may include but are not limited to, pesticides, fertilizers, litter, pet waste, petroleum products, automotive fluids, paints, solvents, yard waste, sediment, chemicals, and other materials.
Contact (520) 417-7329. Please have the following information available:
Please call (520)417-7329. Please have the following information available when you call:
Please call (520)417-7329. Please have the following information available when you call:
Please call (520) 417-7329. Please have the following information available when you call:
If your trash is not picked up by 5:30 p.m. on your regular collection day, please call (520) 417-7329.
Commercial services are tailored to your company based on the amount of trash it generates and the size/accessibility of your container. Please call (520) 417-7329 for more information.
Large items like air conditioners, stoves, dishwashers, washing machines and dryers, water heaters, lawn mowers, doors, sinks, toilets, mattresses, furniture and televisions should be taken to the Cochise County Transfer Station located at 90 W 9th St, Douglas, AZ 85607.
The City accepts online payments. To make an online payment customers must have their account number and last payment amount. If you do not have this information please call the office at (520) 417-7334; otherwise, please click here to make a payment.
The bill is due the 21st of every month. If the 21st lands on a weekend or holiday, the bill will be due on the next business day. If payment is received after the due date, there will be a $5.00 penalty added to the bill.
The City currently charges all new accounts a $15.00 contract fee. Additionally, deposits are required and vary by type of account. For a list of deposit amounts click here.
For new Services, the City charges the cost of the meter. Currently, the City charges $943 for a 3/4" meter. The City also charges water and sewer impact fees to all new connections without previous existing service at the property. Water impact fee for 3/4" meter is $1,400 and Sewer impact fee is $2,100; for all other meter sizes and impact fees please call us at 520-417-7334.
Please refer to our schedule for deposits to find out the appropriate deposit amount for your account by clicking here. If you have an in-city limits residential property with water, sewer and garbage service, your total deposit amount is currently $150.00.
The deposit is returned after 12 months of good credit. Customer must show a consecutive 12 month period without any late penalty assessments.
Turn off of water service will occur when payment is not received within approximately 30 days of the date of the bill. Turn off days vary depending on staff scheduling, but are usually the 1st or 2nd week of the month after the bill is due.
We no longer accept APS (Electric) payments at City Hall, payments can be made at Walmart or Food City. SWG (natural gas) payments are accepted through a kiosk also located inside City Hall. The kiosk accepts cash (no change given), check and debit//credit card.