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  • Phoenix
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State of Arizona Total Population:
6,9 Million Residents

Capital City:

Largest Cities:
Phoenix: 1,615,017 - Tucson: 530,706 - Mesa: 484,587

Bordering States:
California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah

About Arizona Public Records

Everything received or created by an organization that delivers a public service is a public record in the state. It can be papers, books, the browser history from a public employees computer, maps, and other items created or received by a public agency.

Victim information, bank account details, driver's license numbers, social security numbers, and other personally identifiable details are often blacked out and not supplied to the public according to Arizona law.

A Short History Of Arizona

Grand Canyon state Arizona achieved statehood on Feb. 14, 1912, the last of the 48 coterminous United States to be admitted to the union. Originally part of New Mexico, the land was ceded to the United States in 1848 and became a separate territory in 1863. Copper was discovered in 1854, and copper mining was Arizona's premier industry until the 1950s. After World War II, the widespread availability of refrigeration and air conditioning caused Arizona's population to boom, and Phoenix to become one of the fastest growing cities in America.