1200 W. Washington Street

Phoenix, AZ 85007-2927


Main: (602) 542-4250


Docket Control (eDocket): (602) 542-3477

General Questions

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Certified copies of documents can be obtained by directly contacting the Commission’s Docket Control office (602-542-3477).

To obtain the schedule prescribed for any specific docket, refer to the Procedural Orders issued in the docket and any directives provided by the assigned Administrative Law Judge during a proceeding or the Commission during an Open Meeting. The Commission shall not be held responsible for a person’s failure to review such scheduling information.

What is eDocket?

What can I do with eDocket?

What are the minimum system requirements for effectively using eDocket?

What do the numbers in a docket number represent?

What are the search options in eDocket?

Is historical information available?

Can I do a search for a specific Decision?

What is the fastest way to get to a specific Docket?

Can I perform a full text search using key words and/or phrases?

Can I search for a hearing date/time/location?

What documents are available on eDocket?

How do I view/print a document?

Can I file documents electronically?

When and where are paper filings accepted?

How do I obtain copies of documents that have been filed in a docket?

How do I obtain a certified copy of a document or documents?

Are Transcripts viewable on eDocket?

Where can I find a list of regulated utilities?

Where can I get more information?

Case-Related Document Questions

What is an application?

What is a tariff?

What is a CC&N?

What is an interconnection agreement?

What is a financing application?

What is an informal complaint?

What is a formal complaint?

What is an Order to Show Cause?

What is a motion to intervene?

What is testimony?

What are exceptions?

What is an affidavit of public notice or an affidavit of publication?

What is a motion?

What are public comments?

Participating in a Commission Case

Different Types of Participation

Who Can Represent a Party in a Case?

Rate Case - Typical Flow

Rate case processes and timelines depend on many factors, most notably the Class of utility involved.  Rate cases have many points at which the Utilities Division (“Staff”) or outside parties, called intervenors, may influence how the case proceeds.  Additionally, the procedural schedule for a case may be modified as the case progresses.  The following process could be used for a typical utility rate case under A.A.C. R14-2-103.

Application is filed

Procedural Order is issued

Discovery occurs

Testimony is filed

Settlement discussions may occur

Pre-Hearing Conference is held

Evidentiary Hearing is held

Post-Hearing Briefs and/or Final Schedules are filed

Recommended Opinion and Order is issued

Exceptions are filed

Open Meeting is held

Decision is issued

Application for Rehearing may be filed

Appeal may be filed

For additional information on how to use eDocket, see the User Guide on the eDocket home page. You may also contact Docket Control at 602-542-3477 during normal business hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday – Friday, exclusive of state holidays).

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Arizona Corporation Commission

1200 W. Washington Street

Phoenix, AZ 85007


Corporations Division

1300 W. Washington Street

Phoenix, AZ 85007


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