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Arizona Facts

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This page contains a wealth of information on the state of Arizona. Please click on the type of the fact that you are interested in:



Geography & Demographics

State Abbreviation AZ
State Capital Phoenix
State Size Total (Land + Water): 113,998 sq miles; Land Only: 113,635 sq miles
Number of Counties 15
Time Zone Mountain Time Zone
Bordering States California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah
Highest Point Humphreys Peak, 12,637 feet
National Parks Grand Canyon National Park 
Petrified Forest National Park 
Saguaro National Park
State Population (2015) 6,828,065
State Population Density 60.1 people / square mile
Area Codes 480, 520, 602, 623, 928
Top 5 Cities (2010 population) Phoenix (1,445,632) 
Tucson (520,116) 
Mesa (439,041) 
Chandler (236,123) 
Glendale (226,721)

Government & Legislature

Statehood February 14, 1912
Electoral Votes 11
State Flag Arizona State Flag
Governor Official Arizona Governor Website
U. S. Senators List of U. S. Senators From Arizona
U. S. Representatives List of U. S. Representatives From Arizona
State Senators List of Arizona State Senators
State Representatives List of Arizona State Representatives
State Government Official Site
State Constitution Arizona State Constitution
Same-Sex Marriage Legalization Date October 17, 2014
Road Conditions Arizona Road Conditions
State Quarter Issue Date June 02, 2008

State Symbols

State Amphibian Arizona tree frog
State Bird Cactus Wren
State Butterfly Two-tailed swallowtail
State Colors Blue and gold
State Fish Apache trout
State Flower Saguaro cactus blossom
State Fossil Petrified wood
State Gemstone Turquoise
State Mammal Ringtail
State Motto Ditat Deus (God enriches)
State Neckware Bola tie
State Nickname The Grand Canyon State
State Reptile Arizona ridge-nosed rattlesnake
State Tree Palo Verde

Sports Teams

Major Sports Teams MLB: Arizona Diamondbacks
NFL: Arizona Cardinals
NBA: Phoenix Suns
NHL: Phoenix Coyotes
NCAA Division I Schools University of Arizona (Pac-12) 
Arizona State University (Pac-12) 
Northern Arizona University (Big Sky)

Popular Tourist Attractions

Famous People Born In Arizona

Pro Football Hall Of Fame Members

  • Randall McDaniel (Guard. Inducted in 2009)
  • Curley Culp (Defensive Tackle. Inducted in 2013)

Famous Actors And Actresses

  • Joey Lauren Adams
  • Wes Bentley
  • Billy Bob Thornton

Famous Singers

  • Stevie Nicks
  • Linda Ronstadt
  • Jordin Sparks

Arizona Fun Facts

  • Arizona's name originated from the Spanish name, Arizonac, which in turn was derived from an Indian word, alî ?onak, meaning "small spring."
  • Arizona is the only state with an official state neckware, the bola tie.
  • Arizona is the largest copper producing state in the Unites States, accounting for 60% of all copper production in the country.
  • Arizona state has 18 national monuments, more than any other state in the Unites States
  • In 1930, Clyde Tombaugh discovered Pluto from the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona.
  • "Skydive Arizona" is the largest skydiving center in the world.
  • Arizona is one of the only two states that does not observe Daylight Savings time (Hawaii is the other).
  • The only place in the country where mail is delivered by mule is the village of Supai, located at the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
  • Arizona is one of the states that form the Four Corners, the only location in the United States where four states intersect at one point. The other three states are Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah.
  • In Arizona, it is illegal for donkeys to sleep in bathtubs.

This page was last updated on October 01, 2017.

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