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Coconino County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Coconino County Public Records?

Coconino county public records consist of non-confidential information generated, maintained, or stored by officials or public government agencies during the conduct of public business. In compliance with the Arizona Public Records Law, these records are considered open and freely accessible by members of the public. Residents can obtain copies of a record by submitting a request to the custodial office. However, access to some records is protected by law. Record custodians are permitted to restrict access to a record in situations where the disclosure of the record is considered detrimental to the best interest of the states or cases where a revelation constitutes an illegal break of personal privacy. Examples of records that may be exempted from public view include:

  • Records that contain the phone number or home address of a public officer
  • Records that contain trade secrets
  • Records that contain financial data or tax information
  • Records that contain bank details or medical records
  • Records that contain adoption information

Crime Rates and Statistics

The Access Integrity Unit of the Arizona Department of Public Safety compiles and publishes crime statistics for all counties in the state. According to crime statistics for 2017, the county recorded 11 murders, 74 rapes, 62 robberies, and 392 aggravated assaults. The reported incidence of property crimes includes 338 burglaries, 3,415 larceny-theft cases, 128 motor vehicle thefts, and 51 cases of arson. Compared to 2016 figures, crimes that are on increase in Coconino County includes murder (57.1%), robbery (18.1%), burglary (16%), motor vehicle theft (11.8%), aggravated assault (8.9%), rape (2%), and larceny ( 0.6%). On the other hand, there's a 1% decrease in arson rates.

Are Coconino Criminal Records Public?

Coconino criminal records are open to the public. Residents can obtain criminal records and police reports by submitting a request to the custodian agency. In addition, the Criminal History Records Section of the Arizona Department of Public Safety serves as a central repository for criminal history and arrest records for Coconino County and other counties in the state of Arizona. The Applicant Team conducts fingerprint-based state and federal criminal history background checks for authorized agencies and may be contacted at (602) 223-2223 for more information.

Individuals wishing to review their Arizona criminal record for the sole purpose of reviewing the accuracy and completeness of the record can do so free of charge. Interested individuals should download and mail the completed Record Review Packet to:

Arizona Department Of Public Safety
Criminal History Records Unit
P.O. Box 18450
Phoenix, AZ 85005-8450

The record review packet contains instructions, a blank applicant fingerprint card, a contact information sheet, and a pre-addressed return envelope. A response, including a copy of any existing criminal record information, will be mailed to the requester within 15 days of receipt of the completed Record Review Packet.

How to Find Sex Offenders Information

The Arizona Department of Public Safety maintains a searchable database that provides interested parties with access to information on registered sex offenders and sexual predators in Coconino County and the state of Arizona as a whole. Users can search for offenders using a known first and last name. The platform also supports address-based searches. Local residents can filter results to reveal sex offenders living within a particular zip code or city in the county. Other options provided on the platform include a search tool for non-compliant offenders.

How to Find Jail and Inmate Information

The Coconino County Sheriff Office handles all queries related to jail and inmate information. Residents can obtain inmate information by contacting the administrators at the jail facilities:

Flagstaff Facility
951 East Sawmill Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Page Facility
713 Tunnel Road
Page, AZ 86040

Also, friends and family can send money to the inmates’ commissary account and/or phone account in person at the jail lobby kiosk or online. The Kiosk accepts cash, credit cards, or debit cards. A government-issued ID is required to use the kiosk and also note that all transactions handled by the money transfer agents require a service/convenience fee.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Coconino County Jail?

Visits at the Coconino detention facility are conducted via a video visitation system using either a computer, tablet, or phone. Inmates are permitted a maximum of 60 free minutes each week. Visitors can opt for either offsite video visits or video visits provided at the jail lobby. Visits at the lobby are held from Monday through Sunday across three daily windows.

  • 8:00-11:30 am
  • 1:00-4:30 pm,
  • 7:00-8:30 pm

Flagstaff Jail Facility
951 E. Sawmill Rd.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Flagstaff Jail Phone: (928) 226-5200

Page Jail Facility
713 Tunnel Rd.
P.O. Box 7445
Page, AZ 86040

In addition, residents can obtain non-confidential inmate records by submitting a request form to the Flagstaff Police Department Records Unit, which processes requests for records maintained by the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office. Requests must indicate the type of report, details of the requester, and a pick-up location.

Court Records

The Superior Court is the highest trial court in Coconino county. The clerk of the superior court maintains all records of the six divisions of the superior court. Records that can be searched include civil, criminal, probate, adoption, divorce, and domestic relations records. The clerk charges $30 for certified copies and $0.50 for each additional copy. The clerk may be contacted at the following address:

Clerk of the superior court,
200 N. San Francisco
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Ph: (928) 679-7600

Location of Courts in Coconino County

Coconino County is home to four justice courts with civil, criminal, and traffic divisions. The county is also home to multiple municipal courts.

Flagstaff Justice Court

200 N. San Francisco St.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 679-7650
*** Faxes not accepted

Fredonia Justice Court

112 N. Main St.
P.O. Box 559
Fredonia, AZ 86022
Phone: (928) 643-7472

Page Justice Court

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1565
Page, AZ 86040

Physical Address:
547 Vista Ave.
Page, AZ 86040
Phone: (928) 645-8871

Williams Justice Court
700 W. Railroad Ave.
Williams, AZ 86046
Phone: (928) 635-2691

Flagstaff Municipal Court
15 N. Beaver St.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 774-1401

Fredonia Municipal Court
25 N. Main St.
Fredonia, AZ 86022
Phone: (928) 643-7241

Page Municipal Court
547 Vista Ave.
Page, AZ 86040
Phone: (928) 645-4280

Williams Municipal Court
700 W. Railroad Ave.
Williams, AZ 86046
Phone: (928) 635-4456

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Coconino County

Coconino County property records are accessible to county residents and non-residents. Under the Arizona Freedom of Information Act, interested residents and non-residents can view and obtain non-confidential Coconino County property records by submitting a request to the custodian agency of these documents.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Coconino County

Offline and online copies of Coconino County property records are under the supervision of the Coconino County Assessor's Office. It is responsible for generating and issuing copies of property records to County residents and non-residents. In addition, it provides property assessments on all personal and commercial property for tax evaluation. Record seekers can access offline copies of Coconino County property records by visiting the County Assessor's Office at:

110 East Cherry Avenue
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 679-7962
Fax: (928) 213-9242

The Coconino County Assessor's Office attends to in-person requests from Mondays to Fridays (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.).

How to Look Up Coconino County Property Records

The Coconino Assessor's Office maintains different online repositories where requesters can search and obtain copies of property information. For instance, Coconino County property records are accessible via the EagleWeb searchable portal. Record seekers must create an account or sign in on the online platform before accessing Coconino property records. Once registered on the platform, record seekers may opt to conduct searches using the simple or advanced search option. To use the simple search option, record seekers must fill out the details listed below:

  • Account number
  • Parcel number
  • Property owner's name
  • Business name
  • Situs address (house number, extent, direction suffix, street name, and unit number).
  • Tax area
  • Appraisal District
  • City zip code.

For the advanced search option, record seekers must select one of the following account types (central assessed account, mobile account, real property account, and personal property account) before filling out other search details. On the other hand, record seekers may view and obtain information on properties via the County Parcel Viewer. Record seekers can search for Coconino properties using the following search criteria:

  • Parcel APN.
  • Account number
  • Parcel owner
  • Property address.

Location of Coconino County Property Assessors

Coconino County Property Assessors
110 East Cherry Avenue
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 679-7962
Fax: (928) 213-9242

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Coconino County Vital Records?

Coconino County vital records contain details of life events that occur in the county such as divorces, marriages, births, and deaths. Most vital records are considered public records and may be accessed by members of the public. Records may be maintained by the Arizona Department of Health Services or available at the local superior court.

How and Where to Obtain Divorce Records

The Clerk of Superior Court maintains and processes requests pertaining to divorce and dissolution of the union. This is available in walk-in and view-only requests. To obtain a record in this regards, querying parties are required to visit the County Clerk office at :

Clerk of the Superior Court
200 N San Francisco
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 679-7600

The copying fee is $0.50/page and certified copy requests necessitate a fee of $27. Record seekers will need to provide enough details to facilitate the search, such as the name of the parties involved and the day the suit was filed.

How and Where to Obtain Marriage Records

The clerk of court maintains the marriage record for all marriage licenses obtained from Coconino County. This document may be accessed in person at the address already listed above, by mail, or online.

By mail, a letter including the full names of the parties involved, approximate date of marriage, marriage license number, contact phone number, and email address should be sent along with a self-stamped envelope. Copying and certification fee is the same as divorce records. However, If the year of marriage is not known, an additional $30 must be included for research. Also, a self-help service center is available at no cost at the office and affected individuals may do the research themselves. Cash, cashier’s check, and money orders are accepted at the service counter.

Where and How to Obtain Birth Records

The Coconino County public health services district (CCPHSD) maintains and issues birth records for the County. These records may be obtained in person, by mail, or via online expedited services. In-person, birth certificates may be requested at the office location:

Health and Community Services Building,
2625 N. King St.
Flagstaff, AZ 86004

CCPHSD can issue these records the same day and it costs $20 each. Payment is by cash, cashier's check, money order, visa, MasterCard, and personal check.

Records can also be obtained via mail by submitting:

  • A completed application form for a certified copy of the birth certificate
  • A copy of the front and back of a valid government-issued picture identification that bears the requestor’s signature or has a notarized signature.
  • Proof of eligibility.
  • A self-addressed stamped envelope
  • Appropriate fee. Acceptable payment methods are cashier's checks, money orders, Visa, or MasterCard.

Cash payments are not accepted. Cashier's check and money orders must be for the exact amount and made payable to the office of vital records. Payment by credit/debit card must include the full card number and expiration date for a search to be duly rendered.

Where and How to Obtain Death Records

The Coconino County public health services district (CCPHSD) stores death records for the County. Interested parties can obtain copies by submitting an application in person or via mail to the:

Health and Community Services Building,
2625 N. King St.
Flagstaff, AZ 86004

The CCPHSD processes same-day requests for applications submitted in person. Records can also be obtained via mail by submitting:

  • A completed application form for a certified copy of the death certificate
  • A copy of the front and back of a valid government-issued picture identification that bears the requestor’s signature or has a notarized signature.
  • Proof of eligibility.
  • A self-addressed stamped envelope
  • Appropriate fee. Acceptable payment methods are cashier's checks, money orders, Visa, or MasterCard.

Cash payments are not accepted. Cashier's check and money orders must be for the exact amount and made payable to the office of vital records. Payment by credit/debit card must include the full card number and expiration date for a search to be duly rendered.