People wanting to drive off-road vehicles in the red rocks of Sedona will be able to get a permit for motorized use of Soldier Pass road when the web-based permit system goes live on April 2. The permits go into effect April 5.
A total of 12 personally-owned vehicles per day will be permitted to use Soldier Pass road.
Permits are available online only, through the submission of a web-based application process at bit.ly/2FnQNPC using the Soldier Pass road hot link.
Applicants may apply between 72 hours and 90 days in advance and users are eligible for one permit per day. Requests need their first, second, and third choice of dates to ease conflicts. Permits will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis and will authorize one vehicle each.
The permits are free and only available to individuals. Clubs, businesses and other entities may not apply for these permits.