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2018 League Annual Conference: We Need Your Input!

As we start to gear up for the 2018 League Annual Conference, we are seeking your input for conference session topics, speakers and events. If you have ideas or suggestions, please send them to by March 1, 2018.

Remember to save the date! The 2018 Annual Conference will be at The Phoenician Resort, August 21 – 24, 2018. Registration and hotel room block will open in late May.

League Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities

The League of Arizona Cities and Towns offers four levels of sponsorship through its annual conference. For more information on the sponsorship levels and benefits, please click here. For additional questions, please visit the Sponsorship FAQ page or contact Samantha Womer or Matt Lore at (602) 258-5786.

Your Voice at the Capitol

Each session the League prepares Your Voice at the Capitol. This document provides a listing of state legislators by district, their contact information, and the cities and towns they represent. In addition, you will find helpful tips for navigating the legislative process and being effective at the Capitol.

To view Your Voice at the Capitol, click here.

2018 Legislative Posters and Calendars

The 2018 calendars and legislative posters have been sent to all cities and towns. Included in the legislative posters are pictures and e-mail addresses of all legislators for your reference. To obtain additional copies of the calendar or legislative poster, please contact the League at 602-258-5786.

2018 Municipal Policy Statement

The 2018 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.

For an overview of the legislative process and to find your own representatives, click here to access Your Municipal Voice At The Capitol.

City and Town Budgets

Every year by mid-July, each Arizona city and town is required by law to adopt a balanced budget that is open to citizen input and participation. Each resident can have a voice in deciding what the budget will be spent on and how it will be paid for in the months before it is adopted. But, this process depends on the input of residents to determine what is important in their community and how much they are willing to pay for the services they choose.

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 .

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