County Services Impacted by COVID-19 

Maricopa County cares about the health of our customers, employees and the community. We are encouraging customers to conduct their business online when possible.

Below you can find a list of county services and department operations that are being impacted by COVID-19, and what’s being done to provide the most optimal customer service given the circumstances.

  1. Permitting
  2. Health & Human Services
  3. Public Safety & Courts 
  4. Animal Care & Parks
  5. Recorder & Elections

All permitting customer intake counters are closed. Please see department details below.

Air Quality

The Air Quality Department is offering select permit applications electronically, a physical dropbox for paper permit applications, and an online option for paying permit fees.
Visit the Air Quality Permitting Page for Details > 

Environmental Services

The Environmental Services Department is offering a virtual counter and a physical drop-box for paper permit applications.
Visit the Environmental Services Virtual Counter for Details > 

Flood Control District

The Flood Control District Department is offering permitting services electronically.
Visit the Flood Control Permitting Page for Details > 

Planning & Development

The Planning & Development Department is offering a virtual counter and a physical drop-box for paper permit applications and plans.
Visit the Planning & Development Virtual Counter for Details > 

Transportation (MCDOT)

The Transportation Department is offering permitting services over the phone and online.
Visit the Department of Transportation Permitting Page for Details >


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