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2018 League Annual Conference Registration is Now Open

To view the full conference program, registration and hotel information, click on the link below.

2018 League Conference Registration

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.

We look forward to seeing you in August!
2018 Legislative Update and League Outreach 

League staff will be traveling the state to meet with our member cities and towns to provide an overview and recap of the major issues from the 2018 legislative session and their impact on cities and towns. 

We will also discuss League services, upcoming events and trainings, and how we can better serve our cities and towns. 

Dates, Times and Locations
Wednesday, June 13
10:00 a.m.
Globe City Council Chambers

150 N Pine Street
Globe, AZ 85501

Thursday, June 21
10:00 a.m.

Riggles RV Community Center
240 North Riggles Ave.
Quartzsite, AZ 85346

Wednesday, July 11
10:00 a.m.
Marana Municipal Complex

2nd Floor Conference Center
11555 W. Civic Center Dr.
Marana, AZ 85653

Wednesday, July 11
2:00 p.m.
Sierra Vista City Hall

Council Chambers
1011 N. Coronado
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
Monday, July 16
10:00 a.m.
Prescott Public Library
Founders Suite (located on bottom 
floor of library)
215 E. Goodwin Street
Prescott AZ, 86303

Tuesday, July 17
10:00 a.m.
Sedona City Hall
Auxiliary Meeting Room
102 Roadrunner Drive
Sedona, AZ 86336

Tuesday, July 24
4:00 p.m.
Nogales City Hall

777 N. Grand Avenue
Nogales, AZ 85321

All city and town staff and local elected officials are invited to attend.

If you plan to attend, please RSVP by calling or emailing League staff at 602-258-5786 or . Make sure to let them know what date and location you plan to attend. 

Arizona City & Town Magazine: Suburbs, Sprawl & Sustainability

The latest issue of the League’s Arizona City & Town magazine is now available and has been sent to all cities and towns. This issue of Arizona City & Town takes a look at the suburban city and features an excerpt from The Future of the Suburban City: Lessons from Sustaining Phoenix written by Grady Gammage, Jr. You can also view the issue online here.


League Mini Sessions: Arizona Municipal Government Fundamentals

This round of League informational webinars is now complete, but if you missed any of the webinars you can still view them by going to links below.

April 6: Home Rule vs. Permanent Base Adjustment

April 20: State Shared Revenue

May 3: Open Meeting Law

May 4: Municipal Property Tax (Primary v. Secondary)

May 10: Overview of Changes to Campaign Finance Laws

June 1: How to Optimize Your Sales Tax /Amending Your Tax Code

June 5: Municipal Incorporation Process

Let us know if you have any topics you would like to include for future trainings and webinars by emailing us at

The 2018 New Laws Report of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns is now available. The Report is designed to serve as a guide to those enactments of the second regular session of the 53rd Arizona Legislature that have demonstrable impacts on municipalities. During this session, 1,206 bills were introduced in the House and Senate. Of these, 370 passed the legislature (369 in Regular Session and one enacted in a Special Session) and were sent to the Governor, and 346 were signed into law. Almost 23% of these enactments affect cities and towns and are summarized in the Report.

Click here to view the 2018 New Laws Report.

State Shared Revenue and It’s Budget Time now available

A preliminary estimate of shared revenues for each city and town is set forth in the State Shared Revenue Report and in the It’s Budget Time repot we have summarized the major changes in state law that affect city / town budgets. To view the reports click on the links below.

It's Budget Time

State Shared Revenue

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.