$500 million in deferred maintenance in Arizona's national parks
National parks in Arizona have over $516 million in deferred maintenance needs with Grand Canyon accounting for $329 million of that. This is out of a national total of $11.5 billion of maintenance needs according to a report from the National Park Service.
Amounts needed for Arizona parks and monuments are:
Canyon de Chelly National Monument (CACH) $ 14,745,375 Casa Grande Ruins National Monument (CAGR) $ 2,010,699 Chiricahua National Monument (CHIR) $ 6,944,705 Coronado National Memorial (CORO) $ 280,212 Fort Bowie National Historic Site (FOBO) $ 1,020,290 Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (GLCA) $ 32,194,111 Grand Canyon National Park (GRCA) $ 329,458,168
Horace Albright Training Center (HOAL) $ 2,302,886 Hubbell Trading Post Historic Site (HUTR) $ 2,352,354 Montezuma Castle National Monument (MOCA) $ 3,188,913 Navajo National Monument (NAVA) $ 2,088,722 Organ Pipe Cactus National Historic Site (ORPI) $ 7,923,286 Petrified Forest National Park (PEFO) $ 54,455,010 Pipe Spring National Monument (PISP) $ 1,673,913 Rainbow Bridge National Monument (RABR) $ 1,120,081 Saguaro National Park (SAGU) $ 18,423,101 Southern Arizona Office (SOAR) $ 492 Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument (SUCR) $ 8,636,101 Tonto National Monument (TONT) $ 1,409,493 Tumacacori National Historical Park (TUMA) $ 768,765 Tuzigoot National Monument (TUZI) $ 4,518,221 Walnut Canyon National Monument (WACA) $ 5,919,024 Wupatki National Monument (WUPA) $ 15,438,824 Total $ 516,872,745