Public Record Request
The City Clerk’s Office receives and responds to public records requests. Although the Freedom of Information Act does not apply to non-federal public agencies including the City of Apache Junction, Arizona Public Records Law does. A.R.S. 39-121.03 states that any person may submit a request to examine or be furnished with copies of public records, and that the responding agency shall promptly respond to such requests. The time it takes to respond to your request will depend on the complexity of the request, volume of responsive documents, and other factors. Under Arizona Public Records Law, public agencies are not required to create new documents in order to respond to a request.
Arizona Public Records Law grants public agencies the authority to charge a reasonable copying fee for records, and to require payment in advance if needed. Public records can be examined at no cost during normal City business hours. For questions concerning public records requests for all departments other than Police or Court, please contact the City Clerk’s Office.
City Council Meeting related materials are available online here
For Police Report Records: Click to visit the Police Records web page
For Court Report Records: Click to visit the Courts Records web page
For Fire & Emergency Service: Contact Superstition Fire and Medical District
If you don’t know the name of the record you want, describe the information you believe is contained in it.
Click to complete an electronic Public Records Request form.
Or you may request a form to be faxed or mailed to you by calling 480-982-8002.
To return request via fax: 480-983-7018
To return request via mail:
City of Apache Junction
ATTN: Records/City Clerk
300 E. Superstition Blvd.
Apache Junction, AZ 85119
You may also visit us at City Hall and complete a hard copy of the Public Records Request form.
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