Maricopa County Community Services Commission

The Maricopa County Community Services Commission is the advisory Community Action Board of the Maricopa County Community Action Agency.

The Commission is a Tripartite board that includes equal representation from the private sector, public official sector, and low-income community. Commission members fully participate in the development, planning, implementation, and evaluation of the program to effectively serve low-income communities.

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Disclosure Notice


Applications for the Community Service Commission are accepted on an ongoing basis. If you wish to apply for a Commission seat, below you will find the necessary application and informational documents. For any questions please contact

General Information



Committees are created as needed by the commission membership.

2021 Community Needs Assessment

Maricopa County as a Community Action Agency needs to conduct a Community Needs Assessment every three years to be in compliance with federal Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) requirements. The Assessment provides an opportunity to identify strengths and resources in the community, as well as the needs that communities have. Focus groups, community surveys, and interviews are conducted with various stakeholders to gain an understanding of experiences and existing services. The Community Needs Assessment is the first phase of the Results Oriented Management and Accountability (ROMA) Cycle used to create Maricopa County’s Strategic Plan.