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Arizona State and Local Government Information

A guide to Arizona government information at the state, regional, county, and local levels.

Local Government - General

General Local Government Links

FirstGov: American Hometowns - Cities, Counties and Towns - Links to local communities by state.

State and Local Government on the Net - One of the first and most complete portals to official government web sites.

Census Data - Basic Census data by state, county, city/town, or zip code.

Federal, State, and Local Governments - Data collected on governments in the United States, includes organization, finances, and employment.


Affiliates and Advocates

Governing: Local Government Links - From Governing magazine, resources for state and local government officials.

National Association of Counties - The national organization for county governments, provides advocacy, governmental liaison, and resource sharing services to members.

International City/County Management Association - The professional and educational organization for chief appointed managers, administrators, and assistants in cities, towns, counties, and regional entities throughout the world

National League of Cities - The oldest and largest national organization representing municipal governments throughout the United States.

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