The Arizona State Publications Collection attempts to maintain a robust collection of publications produced by Arizona government agencies from territorial days to present. The state library is the central depository of all official state publications per ARS 41-151.09. The collection includes items such as annual reports, newsletters, audits, special reports and studies. This does not include agency correspondence, intra- or inter-office memoranda, permanent public records, meeting minutes , routine forms or press releases.
Search the AZDocs Classification Guide – A unique classification system for Arizona state agency publications.
If you have a questions about state publications, please contact us.
Access to available print publications can be located from our library catalog. Print copies are viewable in our Reading Room located at the Polly Rosenbaum Archives and History Building, 1901 W. Madison St, Phoenix, AZ, 85009, Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm except state holidays, phone 602-926-3870.
Over 33,000 Arizona State publications can be found in the Arizona State Government Publications collection on the Arizona Memory Project.
Arizona State Government Publications collection
Arizona Administrative Registers
Arizona Attorney General Opinions
Arizona Session Laws, 1912-present
Introduced Bills of the Arizona Territory
Journals of the Arizona House of Representatives
Journals of the Arizona Senate
State Agency Report Submissions
If you are a state agency and need to submit reports, please send 2 physical copies to the following address:
Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records
Attention: State Publications Librarian
1901 W. Madison St
Phoenix, Arizona 85009
If also submitting digitally, please email to: [email protected]
Basic requirements for scanned documents:
Format type: PDF
Resolution: Minimum 300 dpi
Apply OCR (optical character resolution) to PDF, if possible.
If you have any question about report submission, please contact us.