About the Arizona Self-Storage Association
Founded in 1996, the Arizona Self-Storage Association was created to strengthen the self-storage industry in Arizona, promote professional standards and quality, and present a unified voice on issues affecting the industry in the state and in its communities. AZSA continues that mission today with approximately 700 facility and vendor members.
The Arizona Self-Storage Association is continually working to add and refine services, which will benefit its members. The following is a current list of those services.
Legislative Watch: AZSA represents members' interests by presenting a united front on legislative issues impacting Arizona’s self-storage industry.
Legal: Access to industry outside legal counsel & AZSA Sale & Foreclosure Manual.
Manuals: AZSA Training & Procedures Manual were developed by the association, for use in Arizona self-storage facilities. While many of the concepts apply to the industry as a whole, these resources are specifically based on Arizona law governing self-storage.
Communications: AZSA provides information on association activities, industry trends and articles on legal, management and operational issues through its quarterly newsletter, Behind Closed Doors, its monthly eNewsletter, and its websites www.AZSelfStorage.org. and www.StorageAuctionsAZ.com.
Facility & Vendor Search: AZSA maintains one of the state's largest online self-storage databases designed to link potential renters with members and help you find services you need
Educational Events & Networking: Workshops, seminars, breakfast meetings, facility tours, happy hours, & other AZSA events provide the opportunity for members to network and learn from educational presentations.
Arizona Self-Storage Conference & Trade Show: AZSA's annual conference offers top-notch educational sessions, networking opportunities and a trade show featuring local and national vendors.
Forms: AZSA provides a members-only standardized lease and other forms to aid in daily operations.
Membership Identification: Annual decals and AZSA logos are available to let your customers know you belong to your industry's professional association.
Code of Ethics
Every member of this Association shall adhere to the Code of Ethics of this Association. The purpose of the Code of Ethics is to protect the public and raise the standards of conduct of the self-storage industry. These standards may exceed, but are never less than nor contrary, to those required by law.
Each member of the Association shall:
A. Promote and maintain a high standard of integrity in the performance of all rental obligations and services in the operation of the self-storage facilities.
B. Maintain and operate their facilities in a fair and honorable manner.
C. Strive continually to promote the education and fraternity of the membership and to promote the progress and dignity of the self-storage industry in creating a positive image of itself in order that the public may be better served.
D. Always attempt to obtain tenants, through advertising or otherwise, without the use of deceptive, misleading, or fraudulent statements, misrepresentations, or the use of implications, unwarranted by fact or reasonable probability.
E. Use AZSA forms and publications only when they are lawfully reproduced or reprinted and when authorized.
F. Use the AZSA logo only in the manner determined, approved and published by the AZSA Board of Directors.
G. Abide by all national, state, and local laws of every kind and nature.
H. Promote responsible legislative policies affecting our industry.
Violations of these Code of Ethics could result in disciplinary action by the Board of Directors up to and including termination of membership.