1. Administrative Services

    The Board of Supervisors created the Administrative Services Department in 2002 to provide consolidation of several public services.

  2. Airport

    Find out about the county airport.

  3. Animal Control

    Adopt a new pet, report cruelty or neglect, find out how to pay your pet license fee, and more.

  4. Assessor

    The Assessor’s Office values all locally assessed properties in the county for ad valorem tax purposes.

  5. Building Department

    The Santa Cruz County Building Code regulates the use, occupancy, location and quality of materials used in construction.

  6. Clerk of Courts

  7. Community Development

    The Board of Supervisors created the Community Development Department in 2002 in order to provide consolidation of several public services.

  8. County Attorney

    Learn about the responsibilities and duties contained within the County Attorney's Office.

  9. Elections


  10. Flood Control District

  11. Health Services

    Using the most effective and efficient means available, including education and prevention services, promote individual and group actions and choices that produce the highest possible level of Public and Environmental Health.

  12. Human Resources

    Santa Cruz County Human Resources Department

  13. Office of Emergency Management

    Learn how to respond to emergency situations.

  14. Parks & Recreation

    The mission of the Parks and Recreation Department is to provide quality active use and dispersed use recreational facilities for the residents of Santa Cruz County, and to continually strive to enhance those facilities consistent with demand and resources.

  15. Public Fiduciary

    Get information regarding the county's Public Fiduciary Office.

  16. Public Works

    Santa Cruz County Public Works Department has a capable staff responsible for diverse duties, such as engineering, roadways, and the flood management.

  17. Recorder

    The County Recorder retains all important documents, records, maps, and surveys.

  18. Sheriff's Office

    Find out about the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Department.

  19. Superintendent of Schools

    The Santa Cruz County School Superintendent's Office serves as the fiscal agent to all school districts in Santa Cruz County and acts as a liaison to the Arizona Department of Education.

  20. Superior Court

    Get information regarding the court systems in Santa Cruz.

  21. Treasurer

    Pay taxes online, get more information on your taxes or delinquent property, or contact the county treasurer.

  22. Workforce Development (WIOA)

    Get prepared for a successful career with the tools and services provided by the Santa Cruz County One-Stop Career Center.