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Thank you to everyone who made our 2020 VIRTUAL Great Western Conference a success! We look forward to seeing you all in person next year for the 2021 Conference.  

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​07.08.2020 - In consideration of social distancing, venue closings, and meeting cancellations in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Arizona Department of Agriculture is extending Applicator Certification (CA and QA) expiration dates ​again: this time ​through ​August 31, 2020.

This will provide the regulated community a​total of 90 additional ​days ​to obtain the continuing education required to renew.​ ​

View a list of available CE Classes here. The list can be filtered to display "Online Only" classes.

Important Information About Disinfection Services

"There is no license category for the use of antimicrobials and disinfectants, nor is there an exam for such products. While such products may be considered (in the legal sense) a pesticide, they are pretty much the same type of products janitorial and custodial workers use; yet, we do not require them to be licensed. In fact, there is an exemption in our laws for those who use such products. Anyone creating a "Covid-19" disinfection service" in Arizona should note that it is not a program that we as an agency have recommended or promoted, anymore than we would of a cleaning company applying disinfectants. However, because disinfectants are classified by EPA to be pesticides, and because we have primacy over the use of a pesticide in Arizona, we will still enforce the laws as it relates to label instructions."

- Vince Craig, Associate Director

Arizona Department of Agriculture, Pest Management Division

SPAR of the Year

Congrats to Stu Keenan, recipient of the National Pest Management Association 2020 SPAR of the Year Award! Stu was recognized as part of PestWorld 2020 for being an influential State Policy Affairs Representative(SPAR) who has bolstered and defended the structural pest management industry in 2020. Thank you for your hard work and dedication, Stu!


June 18, 2020

State of Arizona Executive Order 2020-40:

Containing the Spread of COVID-19

Continuing Arizona Mitigation Efforts

Governor Ducey's June 18th Executive Order states that “businesses shall assist in efforts to ‘Contain the Spread’, by updating and enforcing written polices in accordance with the Executive Order 2020-36, Stay Healthy, Return Smarter, Return Stronger, that adopt guidance from the CDC, Department of Labor, Occupational safety and Health administration (OSHA) and ADHS to limit and mitigate the spread of COVID-19. This provision shall be enforced by law enforcement and regulatory agencies that have jurisdiction over the business as prescribed in paragraph 5.

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Help Us Get SB 1304 Passed!

The Arizona Pest Professional Organization needs your help! In an attempt to curb the number of unlicensed individuals providing structural pest control throughout the state, AzPPO needs your help to encourage the Legislature to pass SB 1304 (pest management; unlicensed business activity) and address this important safety issue. Read more


AzPPO provides pest professionals with expert advice on inspection reporting, pest applications, state mandated information, reporting requirements, CE requirements, OSHA requirements and MORE!

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A Message from the AZ Dept of Agriculture


NPMA corner

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a rapidly evolving pandemic with many implications on our lives, businesses, employees and families. NPMA recognizes the need for our members to have accurate information as it relates to COVID-19. We will be updating this website regularly, so save to your favorites for easy access. We will make every attempt to provide CDC and PHAC recommended actions and updates as this continues to unfold.

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We are excited to announce that AzPPO is the recipient of the 2019 Education Award from Arizona Society of Association Executives (AZSAE), in recognition of our outstanding educational programs. Our organization was honored at the AzSAE 55th Annual Awards Gala and Celebration in December 2019.

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AzPPO Has Your Back

AzPPO supported legislation this year that gives the industry a greater voice in the Arizona Department of Agriculture, which is the state agency that regulates our industry. For those not aware, the pest management industry was previously regulated by a commission of individuals that had experience in the industry, supported by professional staff. Today, we are regulated by the Arizona Department of Agriculture. AzPPO feels that the industry, as a whole, has less input in how we are regulated and how the fees we pay are utilized for the regulation of the industry. At the request of AzPPO, Senator Pratt, a Republican from the Casa Grande area, is sponsoring SB 1529. The bill increases the industry’s representation within the Department’s decision-making process on matters impacting the pest management profession.

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Are you a member who has been doing great things with your company? Is your company growing by leaps and bounds? Did you host an event or charitable opportunity for the community? Let us know by sending a photo or photos and description in an email to info@azppo.org. We will share the great work your doing on our social media channels and in our monthly newsletter distribution. 

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