Sarah Nilsson, JD, PhD, MAS
Sarah Nilsson, JD, PhD, MAS

Arizona Drone Laws



Phoenix Sky Harbor - Drone Page (excerpt below)


Drones banned at county parks in Pima County,  Arizona

Can I use my drone (Quadcopter/UAV) in a State Park in Arizona?


Proposal would limit drone usage in Arizona

In 2013 the State of Arizona tried to pass House Bill (HB) 2574 to amend Title 13, Chapter 30, Arizona Revised Statutes, by adding section 13-3007 relating to drone surveillance.

HB 2538


SB 1449 - signed into law - May 12, 2016 - prohibits certain operation of UAS, including operation in violation of FAA regulations and operation that interferes with first responders. The law prohibits operating near, or using UAS to take images of, a critical facility. It also preempts any locality from regulating UAS.





On January 20, 2016, Arizona introduced House Bill (HB) 2073 

Paradise Valley - UAV Ordinance

Phoenix - UAS Ordinance

Mesa - Park Ordinance

Scottsdale - UAS Ordinance

Download the AZ hunting regulations below that prohibit drone assisted hunting




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2016-17 AZ hunting regulations.pdf
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