Welcome to the Governor's Office of Boards and Commissions. Research the Board or Commission you are interested in serving on and submit an application through this website. See below for current vacancies and other important information.
Notice: Yavapai County Superior Court
We are accepting applications for Judicial Appointments to Division 5 of the Yavapai County Superior Court. Please download and complete the application and email a copy to [email protected]. The deadline to submit an application will remain open through 5:00 p.m. on Monday, December 4, 2023. Click here to view and download the application.
Letters of recommendation regarding applications should also be submitted to [email protected]. The deadline for letters is 5:00 p.m. on Monday, December 4, 2023.
Notice: Citizens Clean Elections Commission
Applications are now being accepted for the Citizens Clean Elections Commission through the standard application.
The Citizens Clean Elections Act, passed by voters in 1998, is administered by a five member, non-partisan Commission. The Commission is committed to upholding public confidence in the integrity, honesty and impartiality of the electoral system. No more than two members of the Commission shall be of the same political party and no more than two members shall be of the same county.
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.
To view a list of current appointments and vacancies, click the link below. The list will be updated regularly. The current list is as of December 1.
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