Continuing AZ ROC Operations While Slowing the Spread
During this time, you should know you can interact with the ROC online. As an Agency, we continue to process license applications and changes to licenses and complaints also continue to move through the administrative process.
At this time, the Phoenix and Tucson Offices are open to the public by appointment only.
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New applicant or need to file a complaint?
If you're filing an application for a new license or a complaint to be investigated, please know you can use our online portal. The Online Portal can be accessed from the ONLINE SERVICES tab.
Renew a License?
If you need to renew your license, please know you can do so online at HERE
Other changes to your license?
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.
Need to contact us?
Feel free to call or email us!
Phoenix Office: (602) 542-1525
Tucson Office: (877) 692-9762
Flagstaff Office: (877) 692-9762
Webmaster - [email protected]
Licensing - [email protected]
Compliance - [email protected]
Legal - [email protected]
Executive Order 2020-12
On March 23, 2020, Governor Doug Ducey issued an executive order clarifying businesses and operations deemed “essential” by the state and providing certainty to business owners, employees and families. The order is a proactive and administrative measure to ensure consistent guidance across the state.
Construction was listed in the order under the"Critical Trades" and "Essential Infrastructure Operations" sections.
To view Executive Order 2020-12 please click here