Less Than 400 business days until Travel ID deadline

Arizona motorists who have a standard driver license or ID card have about 400 business days remaining until Oct. 1, 2020, when the federal Transportation Security Administration imposes stricter identification criteria for travelers to pass through airport checkpoints. Access to other facilities such as federal buildings and nuclear power plants is also affected.
 It’s time to start planning your spring break getaway, and you can get more out of your adventure with Arizona State Parks and Trails.
Arizona State Parks and Trails is welcoming a great wildflower season! The past few months of plentiful rain are making showstopping wildflowers bloom in the state parks, giving you another reason to get out and explore.
A January data breach has affected dozens of Arizona businesses, according to North Country Business Products.
The deadline is fast approaching for teachers to apply for grants from Salt River Project.
More people are asking about the Travel ID than ever before. That’s probably because October 1, 2020 is getting closer by the day. That date is when the Transportation Security Administration will implement new, more rigorous ID requirements for air travelers. That means you will need a federally-compliant ID to get through an airport security checkpoint and other federally-controlled sites such as federal buildings.
Blazing hot summers in Arizona might not conjure up the idea of wineries, but our great state actually has three unique wine-growing regions. They are Sonoita, Verde Valley and the Willcox area.
Have you ever wondered what action to take when an overhead sign warns of an oncoming wrong-way driver? Curious about how to proceed when a dust storm appears on the horizon? Want to confirm the logistics of navigating a roundabout?
Take the preparation out of camping by joining Arizona State Parks and Trails at a Family Campout this Spring! Louis Juers hosts a fun learning experience for families of all ages to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities and a night sleeping out under the stars.
Taxpayers receiving Form 1099-G, which serves as a confirmation of the previous year’s state tax refund, can now go online to access and print the form.
An annual Valley festival is no more after 22 years.
Technology buffs have a new Arizona license plate option available to them with the introduction of electronic digital plates.
The State of Arizona’s individual income tax filing season opens today, January 28, 2019, the same day as the Internal Revenue Service.
The popular Music in the Mountains Concert Series continues at Catalina State Park with new dates and musical guests for 2019. Join us at the park for a fun and unique experience in outdoor entertainment!
With another snowstorm in the forecast for Arizona’s high country this weekend, it’s important to remember to delay travel and stay off the roads if possible.
The introduction of the online Permit Test @ Home learner’s permit exam has proven so successful that it created the equivalent of approximately 18 additional business days for Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division offices in 2018.

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