Boards & Commissions
Research the Board or Commission you are interested in serving on, using the links below. Find out how it was established, how it is funded and staffed, its duties and responsibilities, current members and their terms, and other frequently asked questions.
Notice: Vacancies on Judicial Nominating Commission
We are accepting applications for the following commissions: Coconino Judicial Nominating Commission; Pima Judicial Nominating Commission; Pinal Judicial Nominating Commission. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
Non-attorney applicants may apply using the main application and must be residents of the county of the Trial Court Appointments Commission to which they are applying, residents of Arizona for at least 5 years, and cannot hold elected or appointed office for profit. Interested attorneys must apply through the State Bar's website.
Notice: School Facilities Board Vacancies
The School Facilities Board is comprised of members from both the public and private sector. There are currently vacancies for two owners or officers of private construction companies, and there are other terms expiring soon. Please use the main application link to apply for this Board today.
Notice: Application for the Arizona-Mexico Commission
We are accepting applications for Arizona-Mexico Commission's Board of Directors via this form. The process for new applicants (not previously on the board) to apply for the Commission is open through March 22, 2023. The new board will be announced by the end of March. Please use this form to apply
Notice: Please submit your letter of support for judicial nominees here.
Apply for a Board/Commission
Governor Katie Hobbs is charged with appointing Arizonans to serve on the state’s Boards, Commissions, Councils, Committees, & Task Forces.
To view a list of current appointments and vacancies, click the link below. The list will be updated regularly. The current list is from March 2, 2023.
Frequently Asked Questions
ARS and Executive Orders
All boards and commissions are established by Statute or Executive Order, which can be determined from the Administrative Register in the Governor’s Appointments link. The appropriate Statute or Executive Order can then be accessed at these links to determine the number of members, term lengths, purpose, funding source, etc.
View Arizona Revised Statutes
View Executive Orders
Boards and Commissions Profiles
Research the Board or Commission you are interested in serving on; find out how it was established, how it is funded and staffed, its duties and responsibilities, current members and their terms, and more... View Boards and Commissions list
Boards and Commissions
1700 W. Washington Street, Suite 250
Phoenix, AZ 85007