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Detailed Description of Certain Area Boundaries for Partial Counties
As of June 15, 2005


ARIZONA


Phoenix, AZ
Maricopa Co

The Urban Planning Area of the Maricopa Association of Governments is bounded as follows:

1. Commencing at a point which is at the intersection of the eastern line of Range 7 East, Gila and Salt River Baseline and Meridian, and the southern line of Township 2 South, said point is the southeastern corner of the Maricopa Association of Governments Urban Planning Area, which is the point of beginning;

2. thence, proceed northerly along the eastern line of Range 7 East, which is the common boundary between Maricopa and Pinal Counties, as described in Arizona Revised Statute Section 11-109, to a point where the eastern line of Range 7 East intersects the northern line of Township 1 North, said point is also the intersection of the Maricopa County Line and the Tonto National Forest Boundary, as established by Executive Order 869 dated July 1, 1908, as amended and shown on the U.S. Forest Service 1969 Planimetric Maps;

3. thence, westerly along the northern line of Township 1 North to approximately the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of Section 35, Township 2 North, Range 7 East, said point being the boundary of the Tonto National Forest and Usery Mountain Semi-Regional Park;

4. thence, northerly along the Tonto National Forest Boundary, which is generally the western line of the east half of Sections 26 and 35 of Township 2 North, Range 7 East, to a point which is where the quarter section line intersects with the northern line of Section 26, Township 2 North, Range 7 East, said point also being the northeast corner of the Usery Mountain Semi-Regional Park;

5. thence, westerly along the Tonto National Forest Boundary, which is generally the south line of Sections 19, 20, 21 and 22 and the southern line of the west half of Section 23, Township 2 North, Range 7 East, to a point which is the southwest corner of Section 19, Township 2 North, Range 7 East;

6. thence, northerly along the Tonto National Forest Boundary to a point where the Tonto National Forest Boundary intersects with the eastern boundary of the Salt River Indian Reservation, generally described as the center line of the Salt River Channel;

7. thence, northeasterly and northerly along the common boundary of the Tonto National Forest and the Salt River Indian Reservation to a point which is the northeast corner of the Salt River Indian Reservation, and the southeast corner of the Fort McDowell Indian Reservation, as shown on the plat dated July 22, 1902, and recorded with the U.S. Government on June 15, 1902;

8. thence, northeasterly along the common boundary between the Tonto National Forest and the Fort McDowell Indian Reservation to a point which is the northeast corner of the Fort McDowell Indian Reservation;

9. thence, southwesterly along the northern boundary of the Fort McDowell Indian Reservation, which line is a common boundary with the Tonto National Forest, to a point where the boundary intersects with the eastern line of Section 12, Township 4 North, Range 6 East;

10. thence, northerly along the eastern line of Range 6 East to a point where the eastern line of Range 6 East intersects with the southern line of Township 5 North, said line is the boundary between the Tonto National Forest and the east boundary of the McDowell Mountain Regional Park;

11. thence, westerly along the southern line of Township 5 North to a point where the southern line intersects with the eastern line of Range 5 East which line is the boundary of Tonto National Forest and the north boundary of McDowell Mountain Regional Park;

12. thence, northerly along the eastern line of Range 5 East to a point where the eastern line of Range 5 East intersects with the northern line of Township 5 North, which line is the boundary of the Tonto National Forest;

13. thence, westerly along the northern line of Township 5 North to a point where the northern line of Township 5 North intersects with the easterly line of Range 4 East, said line is the boundary of the Tonto National Forest;

14. thence, northerly along the eastern line of Range 4 East to a point where the eastern line of Range 4 East intersects with the northern line of Township 6 North, which line is the boundary of the Tonto National Forest;

15. thence, westerly along the northern line of Township 6 North to a point of intersection with the Maricopa-Yavapai County line, which is generally described in Arizona Revised Statute Section 11-109 as the center line of the Aqua Fria River (Also the north end of Lake Pleasant);

16. thence, southwesterly and southerly along the Maricopa-Yavapai County line to a point which is described by Arizona Revised Statute Section 11-109 as being on the center line of the Aqua Fria River, two miles southerly and below the mouth of Humbug Creek;

17.thence, southerly along the center line of the Aqua Fria River to the intersection of the center line of the Aqua Fria River and the center line of Beardsley Canal, said point is generally in the northeast quarter of Section 17, Township 5 North, Range 1 East, as shown on the U.S. Geological Survey's Baldy Mountain, Arizona Quadrangle Map, 7.5 Minute series (Topographic), dated 1964;

18. thence, southwesterly and southerly along the center line of Beardsley Canal to a point which is the center line of the Beardsley Canal where it intersects with the center line of Indian School Road;

19. thence, westerly along the center line of West Indian School Road to a point where the center line of West Indian School Road intersects with the center line of North Jackrabbit Trail;

20. thence, southerly along the center line of Jackrabbit Trail approximately nine and three-quarter miles to a point where the center line of Jackrabbit Trail intersects with the Gila River, said point is generally on the north-south quarter section line of Section 8, Township 1 South, Range 2 West;

21. thence, northeasterly and easterly up the Gila River to a point where the Gila River intersects with the northern extension of the western boundary of Estrella Mountain Regional Park, which point is generally the quarter corner of the northern line of Section 31, Township 1 North, Range 1 West;

22. thence, southerly along the extension of the western boundary and along the western boundary of Estrella Mountain Regional Park to a point where the southern extension of the western boundary of Estrella Mountain Regional Park intersects with the southern line of Township 1 South;

23. thence, easterly along the southern line of Township 1 South to a point where the south line of Township 1 South intersects with the western line of Range 1 East, which line is generally the southern boundary of Estrella Mountain Regional Park;

24. thence, southerly along the western line of Range 1 East to the southwest corner of Section 18, Township 2 South, Range 1 East, said line is the western boundary of the Gila River Indian Reservation;

25. thence, easterly along the southern boundary of the Gila River Indian reservation, which is the southern line of Sections 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18, Township 2 South, Range 1 East, to the boundary between Maricopa and Pinal Counties as described in Arizona Revised Statutes Section 11-109 and 11-113, which is the eastern line of Range 1 East;

26. thence, northerly along the eastern boundary of Range 1 East, which is the common boundary between Maricopa and Pinal Counties, to a point where the eastern line of Range 1 East intersects the Gila River;

27. thence, southerly up the Gila River to a point where the Gila River intersects with the southern line of Township 2 South; and 28. thence, easterly along the southern line of Township 2 South to the point of beginning which is a point where the southern line of Township 2 South intersects with the eastern line of Range 7 East.

CALIFORNIA


East Kern Co, CA
Kern Co

That portion of Kern County that lies east and south of a line described below:

Beginning at the Kern-Los Angeles County boundary and running north and east along the northwest boundary of the Rancho La Liebre Land Grant to the point of intersection with the range line common to Range 16 West and Range 17 West, San Bernardino Base and Meridian;

north along the range line to the point of intersection with the Rancho El Tejon Land Grant boundary;

then southeast, northeast, and northwest along the boundary of the Rancho El Tejon Grant to the northwest corner of Section 3, Township 11 North, Range 17 West;

then west 1.2 miles;

then north to the Rancho El Tejon Land Grant boundary;

then northwest along the Rancho El Tejon line to the southeast corner of Section 34, Township 32 South, Range 30 East, Mount Diablo Base and Meridian;

then north to the northwest corner of Section 35, Township 31 South, Range 30 East, then northeast along the boundary of the Rancho El Tejon Land Grant to the southwest corner of Section 18, Township 31 South, Range 31 East;

then east to the southeast corner of Section 13, Township 31 South, Range 31 East;

then north along the range line common to Range 31 East and Range 32 East, Mount Diablo Base and Meridian, to the northwest corner of Section 6, Township 29 South, Range 32 East;

then east to the southwest corner of Section 31, Township 28 South, Range 32 East;

then north along the range line common to Range 31 East and Range 32 East to the northwest corner of Section 6, Township 28 South, Range 32 East, then west to the southeast corner of Section 36, Township 27 South, Range 31 East, then north along the range line common to Range 31 East and Range 32 East to the Kern-Tulare County boundary.

KENTUCKY


Huntington-Ashland, WV-KY
Greenup Co

The area bounded as follows:

Beginning at a point where the Ohio River meets the Greenup-Boyd County Line;

proceeding southwest along the Greenup-Boyd County Line to the junction of the East Fork of the Little Sandy River and the Greenup-Boyd County Line;

proceeding north and west along the East Fork of the Little Sandy River to the confluence of the Little Sandy River;

proceeding north along the Little Sandy River to the confluence of the Ohio River;

proceeding east along the Ohio River to the beginning.

Louisville, KY-IN
Bullitt Co

The area boundary is as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of Ky1020 and the Jefferson-Bullitt County Line proceeding to the east along the county line to the intersection of county road 567 and the Jefferson-Bullitt County Line;

proceeding south on county road 567 to the junction with Ky 1116 (also known as Zoneton Road);

proceeding to the south on Ky 1116 to the junction with Hebron Lane;

proceeding to the south on Hebron Lane to Cedar Creek;

proceeding south on Cedar Creek to the confluence of Floyds Fork turning southeast along a creek that meets Ky 44 at Stallings Cemetery;

proceeding west along Ky 44 to the eastern most point in the Shepherdsville city limits;

proceeding south along the Shepherdsville city limits to the Salt River and west to a point across the river from Mooney Lane;

proceeding south along Mooney Lane to the junction of Ky 480;

proceeding west on Ky 480 to the junction with Ky 2237;

proceeding south on Ky 2237 to the junction with Ky 61 and proceeding north on Ky 61 to the junction with Ky 1494;

proceeding south on Ky 1494 to the junction with the perimeter of the Fort Knox Military Reservation;

proceeding north along the military reservation perimeter to Castleman Branch Road;

proceeding north on Castleman Branch Road to Ky 44;

proceeding a very short distance west on Ky 44 to a junction with Ky 1020;

proceeding north on Ky 1020 to the beginning.


Oldham Co

The area boundary is as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the Oldham-Jefferson County Line with the southbound lane of Interstate 71;

proceeding to the northeast along the southbound lane of Interstate 71 to the intersection of Ky 329 and the southbound lane of Interstate 71;

proceeding to the northwest on Ky 329 to the intersection of Zaring Road an Ky 329;

proceeding to the east-northeast on Zaring Road to the junction of Cedar Point Road and Zaring Road;

proceeding to the north-northeast on Cedar Point Road to the junction of Ky 393 and Cedar Point Road;

proceeding to the south-southeast on Ky 393 to the junction of county road 746 (the road on the north side of Reformatory Lake and the Reformatory);

proceeding to the east-northeast on county road 746 to the junction with Dawkins Lane (also known as Saddlers Mill Road) and county road 746;

proceeding to follow an electric power line east-northeast across from the junction of county road 746 and Dawkins Lane to the east-northeast across Ky 53 on to the La Grange Water Filtration Plant;

proceeding on to the east-southeast along the power line then south across Fort Pickens Road to a power substation on Ky 146;

proceeding along the power line south across Ky 146 and the Seaboard System Railroad track to adjoin the incorporated city limits of La Grange; then proceeding east then south along the La Grange city limits to a point abutting the north side of Ky 712;

proceeding east-southeast on Ky 712 to the junction of Massie School Road and Ky 712;

proceeding to the south-southwest and then north-northwest on Massie School Road to the intersection of Ky 53 and Massie School Road;

proceeding on Ky 53 to the north-northwest to the junction of Moody Lane and Ky 53; proceeding on Moody Lane to the south-southwest until meeting the city limits of La Grange;

then briefly proceeding north following the La Grange city limits to the intersection of the northbound lane of Interstate 71 and the La Grange city limits;

proceeding southwest on the northbound lane of Interstate 71 until intersecting wiht the North Fork of Currys Fork;

proceeding south-southwest beyond the confluence of Currys Fork to the south-southwest beyond the confluence of Floyds Fork continuing on to the Oldham-Jefferson County Line;

proceeding northwest along the Oldham-Jefferson County Line to the beginning.

Owensboro, KY
Hancock Co

The area bounded as follows:

Beginning at the Intersection of U.S. 60 and the Hancock-Daviess County Line;

proceeding east along U.S. 60 to the intersection of Yellow Creek and U.S. 60;

proceeding north and west along Yellow Creek to the confluence of the Ohio River;

proceeding west along the Ohio River to the confluence of Blackford Creek;

proceeding south and east along Blackford Creek to the beginning.

Paducah, KY
Livingston Co

The area bounded as follows:

Beginning at the point where the Marshall, McCracken, and Livingston County Lines meet;

proceeding due north to the Ohio River; proceeding east along the Ohio River and that part of the Livingston County Line to the northern most point of Cumberland Island and then south to the point of confluence of the Cumberland River;

proceeding east on the Cumberland River to the intersection of U.S. 60 and the Cumberland River;

proceeding north on U.S. 60 to the junction of Joe Grimmet Road and U.S. 60;

proceeding to the end of Joe Grimmet Road and extending a line from that point to the junction of U.S. 70 and Heater Store Road;

proceeding south along Heater Store Road to the intersection of Ky 1889 and Heater Store Road;

proceeding south on Harvey Road to the junction of Ky 453 and Harvey Road;

proceeding west on Ky 453 to the junction of Haddox Road and Ky 453;

proceeding south along Haddox Road to the Tennessee River (at Haddox Ferry);

proceeding west on the Tennessee River to the beginning.

VIRGINIA


Richmond, VA
Charles City Co

Beginning at the intersection of State Road 156 and the Henrico/Charles City County Line, proceeding south along State Route 5/156 to the intersection with State Route 106/156, proceeding south along Route 106/156 to the intersection with the Prince George/Charles City County line, proceeding west along the Prince George/Charles City County line to the intersection with the Chesterfield/Charles City County line, proceeding north along the Chesterfield/Charles City County line to the intersection with the Henrico/Charles City County line, proceeding north along the Henrico/Charles City County line to State Route 156.

WASHINGTON


Seattle-Tacoma, WA
King Co

The following boundary includes all of Pierce County, and all of King County except a small portion on the northeast corner and the western portion of Snohomish County:

Starting at the mouth of the Nisqually river extend northwesterly along the Pierce County line to the southernmost point of the west county line of King County;

thence northerly along the county line to the southernmost point of the west county line of Snohomish County;

thence northerly along the county line to the intersection with SR 532;

thence easterly along the north line of SR 532 to the intersection of I-5, continuing east along the same road now identified as Henning Rd, to the intersection with SR 9 at Bryant;

thence continuing easterly on Bryant East Rd. and Rock Creek Rd., also identified as Grandview Rd., approximately 3 miles to the point at which it is crossed by the existing BPA electrical transmission line;

thence southeasterly along the BPA transmission line approximately 8 miles to point of the crossing of the south fork of the Stillaguamish River;

thence continuing in a south-easterly direction in a meander line following the bed of the River to Jordan Road;

southerly along Jordan Road to the north city limits of Granite Falls;

thence following the north and east city limits to 92nd St. N.E. and Menzel Lake Rd.;

thence south-southeasterly along the Menzel Lake Rd. and the Lake Roesiger Rd. a distance of approximately 6 miles to the northernmost point of Lake Roesiger;

thence southerly along a meander line following the middle of the Lake and Roesiger Creek to Woods Creek;

thence southerly along a meander line following the bed of the Creek approximately 6 miles to the point the Creek is crossed by the existing BPA electrical transmission line;

thence easterly along the BPA transmission line approximately 0.2 miles;

thence southerly along the BPA Chief Joseph-Covington electrical transmission line approximately 3 miles to the north line of SR 2;

thence southeasterly along SR 2 to the intersection with the east county line of King county;

thence south along the county line to the northernmost point of the east county line of Pierce County;

thence along the county line to the point of beginning at the mouth of the Nisqually River.


Snohomish Co

The following boundary includes all of Pierce County, and all of King County except a small portion on the northeast corner and the western portion of Snohomish County:

Starting at the mouth of the Nisqually river extend northwesterly along the Pierce County line to the southernmost point of the west county line of King County;

thence northerly along the county line to the southernmost point of the west county line of Snohomish County;

thence northerly along the county line to the intersection with SR 532;

thence easterly along the north line of SR 532 to the intersection of I-5, continuing east along the same road now identified as Henning Rd, to the intersection with SR 9 at Bryant;

thence continuing easterly on Bryant East Rd. and Rock Creek Rd., also identified as Grandview Rd., approximately 3 miles to the point at which it is crossed by the existing BPA electrical transmission line;

thence southeasterly along the BPA transmission line approximately 8 miles to point of the crossing of the south fork of the Stillaguamish River;

thence continuing in a south-easterly direction in a meander line following the bed of the River to Jordan Road;

southerly along Jordan Road to the north city limits of Granite Falls;

thence following the north and east city limits to 92nd St. N.E. and Menzel Lake Rd.;

thence south-southeasterly along the Menzel Lake Rd. and the Lake Roesiger Rd. a distance of approximately 6 miles to the northernmost point of Lake Roesiger;

thence southerly along a meander line following the middle of the Lake and Roesiger Creek to Woods Creek;

thence southerly along a meander line following the bed of the Creek approximately 6 miles to the point the Creek is crossed by the existing BPA electrical transmission line;

thence easterly along the BPA transmission line approximately 0.2 miles;

thence southerly along the BPA Chief Joseph-Covington electrical transmission line approximately 3 miles to the north line of SR 2;

thence southeasterly along SR 2 to the intersection with the east county line of King county; thence south along the county line to the northernmost point of the east county line of Pierce County;

thence along the county line to the point of beginning at the mouth of the Nisqually River.


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