Laws & Policies
Laws and Policies
A number of laws and policies guide the management of the park, starting with the founding legislation that created Montezuma Castle & Tuzigoot National Monuments. For more information about the policies that guide the National Park Service as a whole, including Management Policies 2006 and specific policy topics, visit the NPS Office of Policy website.
Within 36 CFR, park superintendents are granted the right to make park-specific regulations to maintain public health and safety, protect environmental or scenic values, protect natural and cultural resources, aid in scientific research, provide for equitable use of facilities, and avoid conflict among visitor use activities. These park-specific regulations are found in the Superintendent's Compendium. Included below is a partial list of park regulations.
Did You Know?
The Sinagua cultivated a type of cotton native to South America, which Native Americans brought north through Mexico. Long before Europeans set foot in Arizona the Sinagua were weaving beautiful cloth! Come see examples in the Museum at Tuzigoot National Monument.