Formal Mentoring is a great tool to quickly learn the ropes of editing correctly and efficiently. It includes the potential for accelerated rank and role upgrades.
Contact via Social Media
The Arizona editing community communicates using Google Hangouts (GHO), Facebook, Twitter, and Discord. All social media accounts are run by senior state editors, and are not supervised by Waze, nor are they official Waze accounts.
Arizona on Discord
Discord has been adopted as the preferred method of communication by the Waze community. Users can chat with local editors and area/state/regional management. To create an account for the Southwest Region and gain access to the Arizona channel, click the link below.
Arizona Google Hangouts (Chat)
Arizona has a Google Hangout (GHO) for the state, which is used to chat with local editors and area/state/regional management. If you're a new/existing editor in Arizona or even if you're just visiting and want to relay information to local editors you can do so by clicking the link below to jump into the group.
Google Hangouts is a free app available on Android and iOS devices. You also can use an extension in the Chrome Web Browser to access this chat. Go to  to add the extension.
Arizona on Twitter
The Arizona Twitter account is where we post real-time closure notifications. These are mainly due to crashes, weather, or other incidents. Long term closures are usually shared on the G+ page. We also interact with other Twitter users here.
Arizona on Facebook
Our Facebook account echos all Twitter posts, and provides us the ability to post more detailed information. This is where we share information on local closures, construction, traffic trivia, and any other information related to Waze and driving in Arizona.