County Information


Running for School Board?

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To begin the process of running for election as a school board member, contact your county superintendent of schools.

Apache County
P.O. Box 548

75 N. 1st West

St. Johns, AZ 85936

(928) 337-7539



Mohave County

700 W. Beale St.

Kingman, AZ 86401

(928) 753-0747


Cochise County
Physical Location:

4001 E. Foothills Drive, Suite A

Sierra Vista, AZ 85635

(520) 432-8950

Navajo County
P.O. Box 668

100 E. Code Talkers Dr.

Holbrook, AZ 86025

(928) 524-4204



Coconino County
2384 N. Steves Blvd.

Flagstaff, AZ 86004

(928) 679-8070



Pima County
200 N. Stone Ave.

Tucson, AZ 85701

(520) 724-8451

Gila County
1400 E. Ash St.

Globe, AZ 85501

(928) 402-8784

Pinal County

75 N. Bailey St.

Florence, AZ 85132

(520) 866-6565


Graham County
921 Thatcher Blvd.

2nd Floor

Safford, AZ 85546

(928) 428-2880



Santa Cruz County
2150 N. Congress Dr.

Suite 107

Nogales, AZ 85621

(520) 375-7940


Greenlee County
P.O. Box 1595

253 Fifth St.

Clifton, AZ 85533

(928) 865-2822


Yavapai County
2970 Centerpointe East Dr.

Prescott, AZ 86301

(928) 771-3326

La Paz County
1112 Joshua Ave., Ste. 205

Parker, AZ 85344

(928) 669-6183



Yuma County
210 S. 1st Ave.

Yuma, AZ 85364

(928) 373-1006

Maricopa County
4041 N. Central Ave.,

Ste. 1100

Phoenix, AZ 85012

(602) 506-3866

Additional Information

Becoming a Board Member
The Arizona School Boards Association is solely responsible for this advertisement. The Arizona School Boards Association is an association of school districts authorized under Arizona Revised Statutes section 15-342 and a non-profit organization organized under section 501c3 of the Internal Revenue Code. The Arizona School Boards Association is non-partisan and seeks to promote public education, local control of education and school board governance. School board members, whose school districts make up the Arizona School Boards Association’s membership, are elected or appointed, non-partisan and serve for no remuneration.

Request an ASBA Representative
Your organization or community group can learn more about school board service and how to become a board member by requesting an ASBA representative to speak at your event or meeting.