- Feature Links
- Transparency Portal
The Town of Paradise Valley values direct and honest communication with its residents. The goal of this one-stop portal is to increase government transparency and accountability. On this page you will be able to access a wide-range of current and archived records. We welcome your comments about how we can improve this portal.
Budget and Financial Information (Including Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports and Development Fee Reports)
Document Search (Minutes, Ordinances, Resolutions)
Public Meetings (Agendas, Staff Reports, Live and On-Demand Video for Council, Commission Board of Adjustment)
Arizona's Official Transparency Website
Arizona OpenBooks (The site provides a searchable database for citizens to view information about the financial activities of the State of Arizona, as well as, information on many other government agencies.)
- How do I obtain public records or documents?
Public records (PDF) may be viewed at Town Hall (6401 E Lincoln Drive) during business hours. You may submit a request online by clicking here (PDF). Completed forms may be mailed or emailed to the Town Clerk's Office for processing.
- What is the fee for obtaining public records or documents?
There is no fee to view public records. There is a $0.25 per page fee to obtain letter-sized copies. Additional fees apply for larger sizes, color images, and electronic files.
- How long does it take to obtain public records or documents?
The Town endeavors to responds to requests for records promptly. However, times can vary depending on the type and number of records.
- Information on Arizona Open Meetings Law
- Information of Arizona Public Records Law
- Link to Arizona Ombudsman's Office
Town Council and Planning Commission minutes from prior years may be found in the Document Center.
Hard copies of agendas are posted on the bulletin board in the Town Hall parking lot, 6401 E Lincoln Drive. Hard copies of ordinances adopted with penalty clauses and public hearing notices for zoning text changes are posted on bulletin boards at 6401 E Lincoln Drive, 8801 N 56th St., and the corner of Palo Cristi and Stanford Dr.
Information on state open meetings law (link to AZ Attorney General's website)