Open Meeting Law and Disclosure


Arizona’s Open Meeting Law

It is the public policy of this state that meetings of public bodies be conducted openly and that notices and agendas be provided for such meetings which contain such information as is reasonably necessary to inform the public of the matters to be discussed or decided. Accordingly, Arizona’s Open Meeting Law must be construed in favor of open and public meetings.

Arizona Ombudsman

Open Meeting Law Booklet
AZ Agency Handbook – Chapter 7
Open Meeting Law 101 – Arizona’s Open Meeting Law in a Nutshell

Arizona Revised Statues

A.R.S.§§ 38-431 through 38-431.09.Open Meeting Law
A.R.S.§§ 38-501 through 38-511. Conflict of Interest

Notices and Agendas for all Regular and Special Apache County Planning and Zoning Commission Meetings and the Board of Adjustment and Appeals (BOAA) Meetings will be posted at least 24 hours prior to the meeting at the County Courthouse, County Annex Building in St. Johns Arizona and on the County’s web site.