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The eDocket system, a web-based application, was designed, developed, and
implemented by the ACC to process and manage case information pertaining to the
Commission's official dockets and rule-making proceedings, referred to herein as
cases or dockets.
There are many ways to use eDocket:
- Search dockets and view and print filed documents in open and closed cases.
- Monitor dockets using the eDocket Subscription Service.
- Find and view ACC Calendar events.
- Run reports on Pending Matters, Decisions, New Applications, and Filings.
Download a Copy of the Reference Guide
The Reference Guide will be a valuable resource for running the eDocket
program and as a resource for answering many questions you may have about the data and conducting the various search
functions. The Reference Guide is available in Portable Document Format (PDF).
Adobe Acrobat Reader is needed to view and print the PDF files.
eDocket Reference Guide
eDocket Subscription Service
This new feature allows you to keep current on the activity in a specific docket.
You will receive information on newly docketed items and the history of activity
in the docket (as of the dte of implementation) as well as any new, changed, or
deleted calendar items. Click here
to view more information on
this new service
The Arizona Corporation Commission makes this material available on the internet
as a public service. Any material provided in this website is provided solely
for informational purposes. None of this website's content - including but
not limited to the FAQs and any documents - comprises the official record of any
of the dockets or of the Commission and no express or implied warranties are provided
here. While the Arizona Corporation Commission makes best efforts to ensure
that the content of this site is accurate and current, it makes no claims, guarantees
or promises about the accuracy, currency or completeness of the information and
is not responsible for any errors or completeness of the information and is not
responsible for any errors or omissions, or for results obtained from any search
used from this website.
Furthermore, copies or printed versions of any of the
documents contained on this website are not represented to be official documents.
If any discrepancy should exist between a version of a document on the website and
the official version, the official version shall govern. Official documents
can be obtained by directly contacting the Arizona Corporation Commission's Docket
REMINDER: ALL documents submitted for filing in Docket are public records and will be available
and viewable for public inspection at Docket Control and on the internet. As such, we remind filers
that it is their responsibility to ensure all information of a personal or confidential nature is
submitted in redacted form. Please contact Docket Control with questions on how to provide confidential material.