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ARPA Legislative Video

ARPA Legislative Video

ARPA Educational Video

ARPA Educational Video

NSSGA

Crumbling of America
Courtesy of NSSGA

NSSGA

Sustainability
Courtesy of NSSGA


 



Rocks Build America…Learn More



ARPA New Member Highlight



Mining Day At The Capitol 2015



ADOT’S Key Commerce Corridor Study




Industry News



ARPA Calendar Of Events



ARPA Newsletter



ARPA Member Spotlight


 
The Arizona Rock Products Association is a proud member of the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association and supports their programs and initiatives


Representing The Aggregates Industry And The Communities We Build


Ongoing Webinar Based Education


 

Tempe Town Lake Bridge

 

ARPA Guiding Principles Document

ARPA GUIDING PRINCIPLES POLICY DOCUMENT

This document contains guiding principles of the Association and acts as a framework for effectuating changes in order to sustain the viability of the rock products industry. To read this document CLICK HERE.

 

ARPA Aggregate Protection Guidance Document

ARPA AGGREGATE PROTECTION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT

This guidance document was developed as a resource to encourage proper land use development and planning within communities to ensure long-term aggregate resource availability.. To read this document CLICK HERE.

 

Arizona Mining Industry

SUPPORTING ARIZONA’S VIBRANT MINING INDUSTRY

Attention ARPA Members: Check out ENR Southwest magazine’s 1st annual special section devoted to the Arizona mining industry. To read the article CLICK HERE.

 

ADOT Key Commerce Corridors

ADOT Key Commerce Corridors

ADOT’s key commerce corridors document is a summary of the Transportation and Trade Corridor Alliance’s “Roadmap” to building a long term, sustainable Arizona economy and connectivity to global markets and competiveness.. To read this document CLICK HERE.

Our Mission: The Arizona Rock Products Association promotes and preserves the sustainability of the rock products industry through active involvement in the community, regulatory, and political processes. –ARPA Board of Directors