Arizona now has a new law that allows a voter to place their name on a “permanent early voting list.” Contact our Graham County Recorder for more detailed information or to request an early ballot for an upcoming election. You may also take a look at our Early Voting Information brochure (PDF).
For information on the Graham County 2018 Election Cycle, view Offices Up For Election, or contact our Elections Department at 928-428-3250. Elected Officials for Graham County include:
- Board of Supervisors
- Clerk of the Superior Court
- Justice of the Peace Number 1
- Justice of the Peace Number 2
- Precinct Committeemen
- School Board Members
- School Superintendent
- Superior Court Judge
The Graham County Elections Department is loaded with information on voting and upcoming elections. To actually register to vote, you need to contact the Graham County Recorder’s office at 928-428-3560. This department also contains a section of Frequently Asked Questions in regards to the voting process. Go to Board Members FAQs for election information on School Governing Board Members.
Information regarding major public health incidents that could affect Graham County will be posted.
On call for 24 hours a day, are:
- Emergency Responders
- Law Enforcement
For all emergencies dial 911.
- Arizona Emergency Information Network (AzEIN)
- The Disaster Center AZ page
- National Weather Service (NOAA)
- River Stages
In the event of a disaster that affects a polling location, early voting site or central count, the Elections Department will provide up to date emergency information to keep Graham County citizens informed about the situation and provide instructions to help communities continue with the voting process.
A coordinated system of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery to protect the lives, environment and property of the people of Graham County. Contact Graham County Emergency Management for detailed information, at 928-428-0110 or after hours and on weekends at 928-428-0808.
Environmental Health Complaints
The Graham County Environmental Health Staff will accept and investigate a variety of complaints with regard to general public health and environmental nuisances. If complaints are found to be valid and within the jurisdiction of the Health Department to enforce, property owners will be notified and required to conduct clean ups and/or make appropriate repairs or changes to reduce or eliminate the nuisance.
Environmental Health Permit Fees
The following items:
- Food Service
- Motels / Hotels
- Public Swimming Pools
- Retail Grocery Store
- Septic Tank Services
Along with many others not listed here, require a fee and can be found on the Graham County Environmental Health Permit Fees list (PDF). For more information contact the Graham County Environmental Health Services at 928-428-1962.
Exemptions (Property Exemptions)
Some widows, widowers and totally disabled persons age 17, or over, may be eligible. Contact the Graham County Assessor’s Office for detailed information.