October 13 - 18, 2021: Scheduled Outage to the ROC Online Customer Portal
Our online customer portal will be down for scheduled maintenance beginning on October 13, 2021 and ending on October 18, 2021. If you have started filling out a form (i.e. application, complaint form etc.), please complete the form by 11:59 PM on October 12, 2021. Any incomplete and unsubmitted applications or forms will not be saved.
COVID-19 - Registrar of Contractors Remains Open for Business - In-Person Services by Appointment Only Read More
The CDC recommends continued physical distancing and in Phase 1 and 2, the ROC Offices will remain open to the public by appointment only. During this time, you should know you can interact with the ROC online and as an Agency, our staff continues to process license applications and changes to licenses and complaints also continue to move through the administrative process. For contact information and additional information related to any process changes at ROC at this time, please visit our Services Related to COVID-19 tab. Though we encourage you to use online services or give us a call at (877) 692-9762 at this time, the Phoenix and Tucson Offices are open to the public by appointment only.
If you need to change information related to your license (the qualifying party, address, contact info, bonding information, etc), you are welcome to complete the appropriate form - found on the FORMS page under the Contractor Resources tab - and email it to [email protected]. If there are any fees related to the change, include a contact phone number and the Licensing Department will reach out to you to walk you through the payment process.
To request an appointment, please fill out this form and a member of our staff will reach out to you. Request an Appointment
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Applying for an Arizona Registrar of Contractors' license? Have questions?
Arizona Registrar of Contractors (AZ ROC) is here to help! We've created the following videos explaining common mistakes that delay license applications from getting approved. When submitted properly, it's possible for a complete application that meets all the required criteria to be approved within one business day.
Each one of the videos below is under three minutes long and designed to help you avoid making common mistakes when submitting your application.
Would you prefer live instruction? Join us for one of our monthly Applicant Education Seminars to get your questions answered and avoid application delays.