Delegation Agreements

ADEQ is authorized to delegate some of its environmental regulatory functions, powers or duties to a local environmental agency, county health department, public health services district or city agency.1  ADEQ’s rules continue to apply statewide, but delegated agencies may also have separate authority to impose compliance standards that are stricter than those in ADEQ's rules.

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ADEQ will be holding training and information sessions, available to counties and city local authorities, related to delegation responsibilities | View Upcoming Events >

Delegation Agreement Monthly Reporting Forms/Formats

ADEQ will work with delegated counties and cities on continuous improvement of reports related to Delegation Agreements. The Excel workbook linked below contains the most up-to-date Monthly Report Forms/Formats for Water Quality Management and Solid Waste Management Functions and Duties. Any updates will be posted at this same location.

Upon the effective dates of the amended delegation agreements, the deadline for report submittal will be the 14th day of each month following the reporting month. Reports should be submitted electronically to the following address:

Posted Feb. 1, 2019

Delegation Agreement Monthly Reporting Excel Workbook | Download >

Posted March 13, 2019

ADEQ February 27, 2019 Presentation to Members of the Arizona County Directors of Environmental Health Services Association (ACDEHSA) | View Presentation >

Posted July 2, 2019

Delegation Agreement Contact List | Download >

Cities and Underground Storage Tanks:

Cities and Water Quality Management:

  • 2015 Amended Casa Grande Delegation Agreement | Download >
  • 2015 City of Kingman Delegation Agreement | Download >
  • 2015 City of Sierra Vista Delegation Agreement | Download >
  • 2018 City of Phoenix Delegation Agreement | Download >