AZSITE

AZSITE is a Geographic Information System (GIS) that serves as a consolidated informational network of recorded cultural resources; including prehistoric and historic sites and properties, and surface surveys within the state of Arizona and a 40-mile buffer around the state.

In 1995, three state agencies and one private museum signed a memorandum of agreement that created the AZSITE Consortium, with the multi-year goal to computerize and share electronically archaeological and historical site files for the State of Arizona. In 2006, Governor’s Executive Order 2006-03 named the Consortium and the original four founding agencies as the official decision-making and planning body within Arizona’s Executive Branch for the AZSITE database and GIS inventory of Arizona’s historical and archaeological properties.

Upcoming AZSITE Board Meeting Dates

• Nov 2, 2022 

      -  Draft Agenda

      -  Draft Minutes

• July 13, 2022 

      -  Draft Agenda

      -  Draft Minutes

• April 13, 2022 

      -  Draft Agenda

      -  Draft Minutes

 

Download statement of locations where all notices of meetings will be posted

 

AZSITE Meeting Agendas and Minutes (Oct 2019 to Present)

Official Correspondence

- For documents prior to Oct 2019 (click here)

 

AZSITE Consortium Annual Reports

Link to AZSITE Website

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