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This is an annotated list of databases produced by Arizona State Agencies listed by producing agency. To add a database to this list or to fix a broken link, do it yourself as this is a wiki, editable by anybody.

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Administration, Department of
•State Job Search – Database of current job openings with Arizona State Government. Can search by job type, title, and region.

Agriculture, Department of
•Lost and Found Livestock – Database of lost and found livestock including: cattle, sheep, swine goats, horses, Emu, Ostrich, llamas, alpacas, Bison, domestic deer, and domestic elk. Records are viewable by animal type, date and county. Pictures provided when available.

Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records
•Arizona Biographical Database – Over 100,000 entries covering mentions of people in the Library’s collection of books, newspaper articles, periodicals, obituaries and vertical files. Searchable by name, city and dates. Records are bibliographic citation including subject of article.
•Arizona Library Directory – Searchable by name or keyword. Records include contact information, library hours, information about staff and websites when available.
•Arizona Memory Project – Photographs, documents, artifacts and more available from a number of AZ cultural institutions. Searchable by keyword with limit to a specific collection. A RSS feed of newly added items is available.
•Cultural Inventory Project – From the website, “The CIP includes more than 600 repositories and societies working to preserve Arizona’s past. You’ll find basic directory information, including addresses, phone numbers, emails, and website. The CIP also includes descriptions of each repository’s mission and collections.”Searchable by name, location, type and subject holdings of repositories.
•Historical Photograph Collection at the Arizona State Archives – Searchable by Subject, Place, Photographer, Description, Date, and PhotoID. Thumbnails and low resolution photos available. Rights and ordering information included in the record.

Attorney General , Office of
•Stolen Car database – TheftAZ can tell you if a car has been reported stolen by entering either a license plate number or the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). This database is updated twice daily.

Commerce, Department of
•Economic Clearinghouse Database – From the website, “The Economic Clearinghouse contains links to information, studies and reports related to community, economic and workforce development in this state. Materials in this database come from a variety of reputable sources such as federal, state and local government agencies, universities and private nonprofits.”Search by author, data source or study, keywords, topics, geography and year.
•Planning Consultant Database – Need a consultant? Doesn’t everybody? Search this database by name or categories including: environmental planning, facilitators, GIS, public participation and more.

Corrections, Department of
•Inmate Database – Locate status of inmates imprisoned in 1985 and later. Records include description, parole status and prison location, if available. According to the website, information obtained from this database should not be mailed to AZ inmates and will be treated as contraband. Database is only searchable by name and prisoner number, although some limiters are available.

Economic Security, Department of
•Provider Directory – Locate a medical or dental care provider by type, name or location. Records include contact information, languages other than English spoken, and whether the provider is taking new patients.

Education , Department of
•Public Schools Search – Searchable by school/district name, city, county, zip code, county code, type code, district code or site number. Records include location, phone number, staff contacts, grades served and school website, if available. Database also includes school districts which come with extensive contacts list for NCLB, school nutrition and other programs.

Environmental Quality, Department of
•Arizona Emissions Bank Credit Query Utility – From the website, “The Emissions Bank Registry lists available credits for use, sorted by pollutant type, status of credit availability, location of the credits, or the company owning the credits.”Database is also available for download.
•Leaking Underground Storage Tank Database Search – Searchable by Facility ID, Leak ID, Facility Name, Facility Address, Facility City, and Facility Zip Code.
•Underground Storage Tank Database Search – Searchable by Facility ID, Facility Name, Facility Address, Facility City, Facility Zip Code, Facility County, and Owner Name. Records indicated whether the tank is in use and date of removal, if applicable.
•Brownfields Search Utility – From the website, “The utility will provide you with: site name, site status, ADEQ file number, ADEQ site code, name of owner at time of cleanup, address, city, county, zip code, latitude, longitude, site type, site size, nature of contamination, media, restricted land use code, institutional control type, institutional control description, institutional control date filed, date response action started, date response action completed, tons of soil remediated, and gallons of groundwater remediated, if available.”
•Hazardous Material Incident Logbook Database Search – For pre-2001 incidents only. Searchable by Incident number, Incident date, Chemical material, Name, Address, City, and County. For Hazardous Material incidents after 2001, please see National Response Center.
•Recycling WRA/WRITE Project Database – Searchable by topics, target groups, and media/events. Results lists include title and cost of project along with geographic scope. Records include project description, topics, subtopics and project contact information. Websites included when available.
•Remediation and Declaration of Environmental Use Restriction (DEUR) Search – From the website, “This utility will allow you to query the AZURITE databases for information relating to DEURs, VEMURs or other remediation. The utility will provide you with: remediation ID, program, place address, remediation start date, remediation end date, remediation level achieved, WPD director’s approval date for DEUR, DEUR or VEMUR record date, program file number, contaminants, concentrations, and depth, if available.”
•NOI Construction Stormwater General Permit Database Search – Database is searchable by Application Type, AZPDES Number, Business Name, Project/Site Name, Project/Site City, Project/Site Zip Code, County, Start Date, and End Date. Records provide operator contact information including phone numbers. Entire database is available as a text download by contacting the agency.
•Water and Wastewater Certified Operators Database Search – From the website, “This database allows active [wastewater] operators to research the status of their certificates, including expiration dates. You may also use it to run queries on groups of operators, sorting them by type, grade and county. For example, you could use the database to find all Grade 2 Wastewater Treatment Operators located in Mohave County.”Entire database is available as a text download by contacting the agency.
•Drywell Database Search – Database is searchable by Facility Name, Registration Number, Facility Address, City and Zip Code. Complete copy of database is available from agency.

Health, Department of
•Arizona Genealogy Birth and Death Certificates – Database of images of publicly accessible birth and death certificates issued in Arizona. Birth coverage currently (1887 – 1931 ) and Death coverage currently (1878 – 1956 ). Searchable by name, years and county. Search results indicate birth and death dates when known as well as parents. All this for free. Great for genealogists.

Insurance, Department of
•Arizona Department of Insurance Database Search – From the website, “information about insurance professionals or insurance companies. For instance, you can access the following information: the status of a license (active, suspended, revoked, etc.), the types of insurance the licensee can sell, and the date the license was granted. The database also includes some financial information for insurance companies.”

Judicial Branch
•Public Access to Court Information – According to the web site, the site provides, “information about court cases from 153 out of 180 courts in Arizona. Access information includes: detailed case information, i.e., case type, charges, filing and disposition dates; the parties in the case, not including victims and witnesses; and the court mailing address and location.”The following types of information are excluded from this database: Sealed Cases, Non-served Domestic Violence Cases, Mental Health Cases, Juvenile Incorrigible/Delinquency Cases, Probate Cases, Victim Data and Witness Data. Case tracking by e-mail is available.

Liqueur Licenses and Control, Department of
•Liqueur License Queries – This page lets you choose from numerous queries: License No., Business Name, Location Address, Pending Applications and Interim Permits, Recently Issued Licenses, Expired Licenses, Closed Licenses, Suspended Licenses, Inactive Licenses, Special Events. Database is also available as a download.

Public Safety, Department of
•Sex Offender Registry – Searchable database of sex offenders deemed to be an intermediate or high risk who have been convicted since 7/1/1996. Databases can be searched by name, address and zip code. Records include photo, description, risk level and map of offender’s neighborhood.

Registrar of Contractors
•Contractor License Query – Searchable database of contractors. Search by company name or personnel. Records include address, phone number, license status and complaint and disciplinary history.

Real Estate, Department of
•Real Estate Public Database – This database seems to segmented into subdatabases — licensing, Education , subdivisions and administrative actions.

Secretary of State
•Tradenames and Trademarks Search – Search by filing number OR applicant/agent name OR registered name. Records include links to corporation records with annual reports.

State Procurement Office
•Spirit Contracts Database – Searchable database of contracts awarded by the Cooperative Purchasing Partnership which includes over 400 colleges and universities, counties, cities, school districts and qualified not-for-profit organizations.

Multiagency Partnerships
•Arizona Steps-Up: A Statewide Partnership For Equity in Procurement. – From the web site: “The State of Arizona provides this database as a reference source for state procurement and purchasing personnel, and the general public, to locate small, minority and/or women owned enterprises that seek to do business with the State. Each enterprise included in the Arizona Steps-Up database has been certified as small, minority and/or women owned with the Arizona Department of Transportation, the City of Phoenix or the City of Tucson.”Records include company contact information, list of specialities, and jurisdictions that have certified the company.
•State Employee Directory – Search for employees by name only. Search results include full name, agency and phone number.
•Who’s Who in Arizona GIS – From the web site: “a voluntary listing of Arizonans who work with GIS. Arizona GIS professionals are invited to submit their information.”Records include contact information, software specialty and comments. Compiled by the Arizona Geographic Information Council.

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