- Can the City Attorney advise citizens in legal matters?
- How do I file a claim against the City of Sedona?
- Who do I contact for a tenant/landlord dispute (e.g., eviction, tenants rights, housing discrimination, trouble getting repairs completed)?
- Who do I contact concerning a business complaint (e.g., problem with a business transaction, complaint about unsatisfactory service or repair)?
- Where do I file a Small Claims Court action?
- How can I receive a copy of a particular Sedona City Code section?
- Who should I contact if I believe I am the victim of fraud or violation of my civil rights?
- Who should I contact with a complaint about construction or repair work done by a contractor?
- Who should I contact if I believe I have been the victim of misrepresentation by a real estate agent?
- Who should I contact to obtain a marriage license or passport?
- How do I obtain an order of protection or an injunction against harassment?
- Who should I contact with questions about wage disputes with my employer?
No. The City Attorney cannot provide legal services to private citizens. However, the Arizona State Bar provides information on lawyer referral, low income, and self-help legal services.
How do I file a claim against the city?
A Notice of Claim must be served in accordance with Arizona law.
Whom should I contact for a tenant/landlord dispute such as eviction, tenants rights, housing discrimination, trouble getting repairs completed?
The Arizona Department of Housing provides the Arizona Residential Landlord Tenant Act publication. You may want to contact Community Information and Referral Services, Inc. for referral to other agencies, organizations, and programs that may be able to assist you. A handbook is available in PDF form entitled Tenant's Rights and Responsibilities. You may also find assistance at Arizona Tenants Advocates. In addition, there is a Tenant Helpline at 602-262-7210. Landlord/tenant issues are not handled through the Sedona Municipal Court; these matters are handled in the County Justice Courts.
Whom do I contact concerning a business complaint such as a problem with a business transaction, complaint about unsatisfactory service or repair?
Arizona Attorney General
Better Business Bureau
Coconino County - Flagstaff Justice Court
Yavapai County - Verde Valley Justice Court
How can I receive a copy of a particular Sedona City Code section?
The Arizona Attorney General's Office in Phoenix is committed to protecting consumers from fraud (including cyber crime), children's rights, seniors' rights, civil rights, victims' rights, Americans with disabilities, etc.
The Arizona Department of Real Estate fields complaints regarding misrepresentation or ethical performance of real estate agents.
Whom should I contact to obtain a marriage license or passport?
Yavapai County Superior Court
Coconino County Superior Court
If criminal misdemeanors are prosecuted at the city level, who prosecutes felonies?
Yavapai County Attorney
Coconino County Attorney
These may be obtained from the Sedona Magistrate Court.
Labor Department of the Industrial Commission of Arizona