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2015 Municipal Policy Statement

The 2015 Municipal Policy Statement is now available. The Policy Statement outlines the legislative priorities of the League for the upcoming session. It also includes a directory of legislators and the cities and towns they represent. You can access the statement online by clicking here.

52nd Legislature, First Regular Session

The new legislative session starts January 12, 2015, and promises to be robust. With a number of new members and a new Governor, city and town participation will be crucial. If you haven’t already done so, now is a good time to gear up for the coming year.

You can contact your legislative delegation through this link http://www.azleg.gov/. Email is good; phone is better and in-person the best. The League can help you to set up appointments, or host a Legislative Day for you and your community. Just call us at 602-258-5786 and ask for the Legislative Department.

You can also register to weigh in on pending legislation at the legislative website. The Request to Speak (RTS) system allows you to offer your opinion of a bill electronically, or if you wish, to actually speak in front of a committee. If you are already registered you can log in to your account and provide your input. If you haven’t registered yet, simply contact the League offices and we will gladly assist you.

Lastly, getting to know your legislators in your home area is crucial. Invite them to events or a council meeting and let them know that cities and towns are great partners when it comes to moving Arizona in the right direction!

Apply Now for League Resolutions Policy Committees

The new process for developing the League’s Municipal Policy Statement is moving along as many city and town officials are applying for seats on the various committees. If you are interested in participating, please submit your name, title and committee of interest to .

The five policy committees and their chairs will be:
  • Budget, Finance and Economic Development, Mayor Kenny Evans of Payson;
  • General Administration, Human Resources and Elections, Mayor Lana Mook of El Mirage;
  • Neighborhoods, Quality of Life and Sustainability, Councilmember Gilbert Lopez of Coolidge;
  • Public Safety, Military Affairs and Courts, Mayor Jerry Weiers of Glendale; and
  • Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Works, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild of Tucson.

These committees will discuss and evaluate policy ideas throughout the year in preparation for presentation and possible adoption at the Annual Conference. Cities and towns can submit policy ideas to the League at any time during the year and do not need to have a co-sponsoring city or town. If your city or town wishes to submit an idea for consideration, you can send it with a brief yet thorough explanation to .

If you have any other questions about this process please call Dale Wiebusch at the League office at 602-258-5786.

Arizona City and Town Data

The League has created a city/town data sheet with facts, information and statistics about the 91 cities and towns in Arizona. We have provided this information in an excel format so the data can be utilized for research and information gathering purposes.

Download the document here.

This is a living document that will continue to be updated. If you have any questions or recommend any changes to the information, please contact us a league@azleague.org.

For a complete directory of Arizona’s cities and towns with municipal contact information, please visit our Local Government Directory.
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