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The City of Apache Junction was organized, formed and incorporated under the laws of the State of Arizona on November 24, 1978. It has a "Council-Manager" general law form of government where the City Manager is appointed by the City Council. The Council consists of seven members elected at-large, on a non-partisan basis. Residents elect the Mayor and six Councilmembers, making each accountable to the entire citizenry. 

City Hall Complex
The Apache Junction City Hall / Municipal Court buildings, pictured above, opened in Spring 2005 and is the first LEED certified City Hall in Arizona. The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System is the nationally accepted benchmark for green buildings. To view how City Hall was rated to become certified, check out our score card.

Please refer to this map for assistance in locating City Hall and the Municipal Court. Also, refer to the municipal campus map for assistance in locating City Hall, Municipal Court and other facilities.

Apache Junction to Enhance Customer Service Hours
Effective July 18, 2011, the City of Apache Junction initiated a six month pilot program implementing new municipal hours and days of operation. City Hall administrative offices will be open Monday through Thursday from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm and will be closed Friday. This pilot project is similar to hours of operation adopted by many cities throughout the Valley.
   
This change was designed to enhance customer service by enabling citizens the ability to conduct business at City Hall during hours that are more convenient to them.

The hours of operation for City offices and the Water District have been increased by two hours on Monday through Thursday from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm, closed on Friday.

The Municipal Court will have hours of operation Monday through Thursday from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm, closed on Friday.

Building inspection will continue to be offered on Fridays by appointment and can be scheduled by calling (480) 474- 5156.

The Police Department, the City’s Multi-Generational Recreation Center and Library will continue operating under their current hours of operation.

“Our top priority is to provide the best possible customer service to our citizens.  Citizens will now have extra hours in the morning and evening to conduct business with the City.  Queen Creek, Gilbert, Mesa, Avondale, Surprise, Peoria, and Buckeye have offered expanded hours and their citizens responded positively.  This six-month pilot program will allow us to see if our citizens perceive the same benefit,” said George Hoffman, Apache Junction City Manager.

For further information and for any questions call (480) 474-5080.