ARS 28-966. Neighborhood electric vehicles; motorized quadricycles; speed; restrictions
A. A neighborhood electric vehicle shall not be operated at a speed of more than twenty-five miles per hour. A motorized quadricycle shall not be operated at a speed of more than fifteen miles per hour.
B. A neighborhood electric vehicle and a motorized quadricycle shall not be driven on a highway that has a posted speed limit of more than thirty-five miles per hour. This subsection does not prohibit a neighborhood electric vehicle or a motorized quadricycle from crossing a highway that has a posted speed limit of more than thirty-five miles per hour at an intersection.
C. A neighborhood electric vehicle and a motorized quadricycle shall have a notice of the operational restrictions applying to the vehicle permanently attached to or painted on the vehicle in a location that is in clear view of the driver.
ARS 28-777. Golf carts and neighborhood electric vehicles; vehicles turning right
A person driving a golf cart or a neighborhood electric vehicle pursuant to section 28-721, subsection C shall yield the right-of-way to a vehicle that is traveling in the same direction and that is intending to turn to the right.
The above is only about Golf Carts. It does not apply to all terrain vehicles that are licensed for highway use. Perhaps this is where confusion lies? All Terrain Vehicles are different and are licensed for highway use differently. See below paragraph C., in the legislation below:
ARS 28-1177. Off-highway vehicle user fee; indicia; registration; state trust land recreational permit; exception
A. A person shall not operate or allow the operation of an all-terrain vehicle or an off-highway vehicle in this state without either a resident or nonresident off-highway vehicle user indicia issued by the department if the all-terrain vehicle or off-highway vehicle meets both of the following criteria:
B. A person shall apply to the department of transportation for a resident or nonresident off-highway vehicle user indicia by submitting an application prescribed by the department of transportation and a user fee for the indicia in an amount to be determined by the director of the department of transportation in cooperation with the director of the Arizona game and fish department and the Arizona state parks board. The resident or nonresident off-highway vehicle user indicia is valid for one year from the date of issuance and may be renewed. The department shall prescribe by rule the design and placement of the indicia.
C. When a person pays for a resident off-highway vehicle user indicia pursuant to this section, the person may request a motor vehicle registration if the vehicle meets all equipment requirements to be operated on a highway pursuant to article 16 of this chapter. If a person submits a signed affidavit to the department affirming that the vehicle meets all of the equipment requirements for highway use and that the vehicle will be operated primarily off of highways, the department shall register the vehicle for highway use and the vehicle owner is not required to pay the registration fee prescribed in section 28-2003. This subsection does not apply to vehicles that as produced by the manufacturer meet the equipment requirements to be operated on a highway pursuant to article 16 of this chapter.
D. The director shall deposit, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, seventy percent of the user fees collected pursuant to this section in the off-highway vehicle recreation fund established by section 28-1176 and thirty percent of the user fees collected pursuant to this section in the Arizona highway user revenue fund.
E. The Arizona game and fish department may provide for the purchase of nonresident off-highway vehicle user indicia and may impose an additional service fee in an amount to be determined by the Arizona game and fish commission by rule. The Arizona game and fish department shall deposit, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, the service fees collected pursuant to this subsection in the game and fish fund established by section 17-261.
F. An occupant of an off-highway vehicle with a resident or nonresident off-highway vehicle user indicia issued pursuant to this section who crosses state trust lands must comply with all of the rules and requirements under a state trust land recreational permit. All occupants of an off-highway vehicle with a resident or nonresident off-highway vehicle user indicia shall obtain a state trust land recreational permit from the state land department for all other authorized recreational activities on state trust land.
G. This section does not apply to off-highway vehicles, all-terrain vehicles or off-road recreational motor vehicles that are used off-highway exclusively for agricultural, ranching, construction, mining, mining exploration or building trade purposes.
H. In consultation with the department of transportation, the Arizona game and fish department may adopt rules necessary to implement this section.
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Buckeye’s Water Resources Department is proud to introduce our Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Customer Portal. This online portal provides you with the ability to view water usage data to manage your water usage and costs.
Features and Benefits:
To receive access to your water usage customer portal, please email us at email@example.com. Please include your name, service address, and phone number. You will receive a welcome email with your user name and temporary password within 3-5 business days.
A Citizens On Patrol Program was started in 2011. It is funded and administered by the City of Buckeye Police Department and is staffed with resident volunteers from both Sun City Festival and Festival Foothills.
Volunteers do not enforce any laws or HOA rules. Their main function is to "Observe and Report".
Gordon Grassi (Team Captain)
Don McWilliams firstname.lastname@example.org 623-271-1959 (cell)
How would you like to get an up-close look into all aspects of local policing activities of the Buckeye Police Department?
An annual Citizens Academy will provide detailed information on police procedures such as patrol, criminal investigations, school resource officers, k-9 units, traffic investigations, SWAT team logistics, code enforcement, dispatch and the department's volunteer programs.
A notice will be posted with the HOA when the next class is scheduled to be held at the Public Safety Facility (Police/Fire Department) in Sun City Festival.
Contact Don McWilliams at (623) 271-1959 or email at email@example.com
The best advice, set up a “NO SOLICITORS” sign on your property. The city of Buckeye's Peddler or Solicitor codes are listed in the City Code under Section 8-3.
The Online Service Request system allows visitors to request information, submit requests for service, or submit comments for review.
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Includes information on curbside pickup and scheduling, recycling, holiday schedules, residential bulk pick up, disposal of hazardous waste, the Holiday Solid Waste Collection Schedule, the Christmas Tree Collection Program, and more.
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