Q. What types of “public records” can be found on this Web
A. The records found on the Public Records Search Web site
are past City Council Reports (CCRs), Requests for Council Action (RCAs),
ordinances, resolutions and meeting minutes, meeting results from board,
commission, City Council, and Council Subcommittee meetings, contracts, and
Q. What dates of public records are available online?
A. Most Public Records are available online from 1990 to the
present. Additionally there are a growing number of documents available online
prior to 1990. If you cannot find a document, please contact the City Clerk
Department at 602-262-6811.
Q. What can I do if I am experiencing difficulties viewing
A. All documents are available in Adobe Acrobat (PDF)
format, which allows the document to be downloaded, viewed and printed with all
of its original formatting and graphics. To view files in this format, you must
first download a copy of the Adobe
and follow the instructions for installation.
Q. How do I obtain copies of City of Phoenix contracts?
A. The City Clerk Department maintains contracts and other
public records for the City of Phoenix. This information is provided to the
public on request via e-mail or in person. If you cannot find a document, please
contact the City Clerk Department at 602-262-6811.
Q. What charges are associated with obtaining photocopies
A. The Citywide photocopy fee is $.19 per
page and the Citywide computer printing fee is $.15 per page.
The official record certifications fee is $2.25 per
Q. Where can I obtain copies of Phoenix City Code and
A. The Phoenix City Code and Zoning Ordinances are available online
Q. Where can I research past Phoenix City Codes?
A. All "G" Ordinances and some "S" Ordinances are available on this page. Other past Ordinances of City Codes can be researched by
visiting the City Clerk Department
at 200 W. Washington St., 15th floor,
Phoenix, AZ 85003.
Q. How do I find Past Council Agendas?
A. Currently about 6 months of formal & policy agendas are available online