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Maricopa County Parks and Recreation

Public Records Request

Requesting Records

Requests for public records are available through the Maricopa County Parks and Recreation custodian of records. All requests must be made in writing and clearly state the records sought. If the records request is vague or broad in nature, the custodian of records may ask for further clarification or for the requester to be more specific about the records that are being requested.

Online Forms Available

Commercial Purpose Public Record Request
Non-Commercial Purpose Public Record Request
Addendum to Commercial Purpose Public Record Request

Commercial Record Request Definition

Commercial Records are defined as: The use of a public record for the purpose of sale or resale including any of the following:

  • Producing a document containing all or part of the copy, printout, or photograph for sale; or
  • Obtaining of names and addresses from such public records for the purpose of solicitation, or for creating a list for resale; or
  • For any purpose in which the purchaser can reasonably anticipate the receipt of monetary gain from the direct or indirect use of such public records. (A.R.S. §39-121.03(D)).

Methods of Submitting A Public Records Request

Fax: (602) 372-8596

Email: maricopacountyparks@mail.maricopa.gov

Mail: Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department
41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Rd.
Morristown, AZ 85342

In person: Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department
41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Rd.
Morristown, AZ 85342

Note: Submitting a request in person does not guarantee that the department will have the available resources immediately available to fulfill the request.

Additional Information

A number of legal provisions govern Maricopa County's response to any request for public information, including:

  • Public Records Act, ARS §39-121 through §39-121.03.
  • Open Meetings Act, ARS §38-431.
  • Various information-specific state statutes and administrative regulations designating particular information as either subject to public access or as confidential.
  • The body of law interpreting these provisions as reported in court decisions and opinions of the Arizona Attorney General. Maricopa County, as a public body, and its officers are responsible for maintaining all records reasonably necessary or appropriate to maintain an accurate knowledge of their activities. Permanent public records must be maintained in accordance with the requirements of ARS §39-101 and other state and federal laws. Other public records must be maintained in accordance with ARS §39-121.01(B) and (C) unless properly disposed of pursuant of ARS §41-1343 , §41-1347, and §41-1351.
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