Public Information

Open Meeting Disclosures

Pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.02, all open meeting disclosures for Secretary of State Boards, Commissions, and Committees may be found at the following links. The notices include details regarding where each specific entity’s agendas will be physically and virtually posted.

See our Meetings

Public Appearance Requests

Request the Arizona Secretary of State's appearance.

Public Records Request

To request a paper copy of a public record, simply fill out the Public Records Request Form (PDF), print it out, sign it and either email it to: [email protected]

Or mail to

Secretary of State
Attn: Legal Services
1700 W. Washington Street, Fl. 7
Phoenix, AZ 85007-2808

Phone: 602-542-8683

Copying and mailing fees may be associated with your request. All fees for public information records must be paid by check or money order made payable to SECRETARY OF STATE before being released to you. The office accepts cash for in-person orders only. One may also use one of the following links to generate a Public Records Request:


Our office offers inspection of public records with reproduction of documents available at $0.10 per page. Records or parts of some records may not be subject to public dissemination under Arizona law. Our office will notify you if the releasing of the record is restricted under law or if parts of the record requested will be redacted. If a document is available for public dissemination our office will contact you about the copying fee associated with your request.

Laws regarding public record reproduction can be found at A.R.S. §§ 39-121.01, 39-121.03, 39-122, 41-126

Certified copy: $3 per certification plus $0.10 per page

Copy fee: $0.10 per page

Other fees for postage, materials, personnel time and equipment may apply. Call our office for more details at 602-542-4285 or toll-free statewide at 1-800-458-5842.

State Seal

The official state seal of Arizona was designed in the Arizona Constitution. There is both a color and black and white version of the seal, but the black and white version is considered the official seal. The words "Great Seal of the State of Arizona" and the year of admission to the United States, 1912, is written around the seal.

Commercial Use of Secretary of State Publications

Some publications have a commercial use fee. Check with the office if you intend on using a publication for a commercial purpose. A "commercial purpose" is the use of all or part of a public record for the purpose of sale or resale; including but not limited to photographs or mailing lists, to earn money. "Commercial purpose" does not mean the use of a public record as evidence or as research for evidence in an action in a judicial or quasi-judicial body of this state or a political subdivision of this state.

Filing a Report with the Secretary of State

If your agency files a report with our office, please include on agency letterhead the Arizona Revised Statute citation that states the report is to be filed with our office as well as contact information the public may call with questions.

The office accepts filings at:

Secretary of State
Attn: Administration
1700 W. Washington Street, Fl. 7
Phoenix, AZ 85007-2808