Mar 12, 2023, 2:00 am
In small parts of Arizona
Note: Only some parts of Arizona use DST in 2029.
Forward 1 hour
Mar 11, 2029 - Daylight Saving Time Starts
When local standard time is about to reach
Sunday, March 11, 2029, 2:00:00 am clocks are turned forward 1 hour to
Sunday, March 11, 2029, 3:00:00 am local daylight time instead.
Sunrise and sunset will be about 1 hour later on Mar 11, 2029 than the day before. There will be more light in the evening.
Back 1 hour
Nov 4, 2029 - Daylight Saving Time Ends
When local daylight time is about to reach
Sunday, November 4, 2029, 2:00:00 am clocks are turned backward 1 hour to
Sunday, November 4, 2029, 1:00:00 am local standard time instead.
Sunrise and sunset will be about 1 hour earlier on Nov 4, 2029 than the day before. There will be more light in the morning.
Does Arizona Have Daylight Saving Time?
Most of Arizona does not use DST. The only exception is the Navajo Nation where clocks spring forward 1 hour together with the rest of the United States on the second Sunday in March and fall back again on the first Sunday in November (see locations in the table below).
DST in Locations in Arizona in 2029 (30 Locations)
|Buckeye||No DST||Moenkopi||No DST||Seligman||No DST|
|Bullhead City||No DST||Mohave Valley||No DST||Sierra Vista||No DST|
|Chandler||No DST||Page||No DST||Surprise||No DST|
|Chinle||Mar 11 – Nov 4||Payson||No DST||Tempe||No DST|
|Flagstaff||No DST||Phoenix||No DST||Tuba City||Mar 11 – Nov 4|
|Glendale||No DST||Pinetop-Lakeside||No DST||Tucson||No DST|
|Goodyear||No DST||Prescott||No DST||Wellton||No DST|
|Jeddito||Mar 11 – Nov 4||Sahuarita||No DST||Window Rock||Mar 11 – Nov 4|
|Kykotsmovi Village, Hopi||No DST||Scottsdale||No DST||Winslow||No DST|
|Mesa||No DST||Sedona||No DST||Yuma||No DST|
Daylight Saving Time History in Arizona
- Arizona last observed Daylight Saving Time in 1967.
- Arizona has observed DST for 6 years between 1918 and 1967 (DST in at least one location).
- See Worldwide DST Statistics
DST in Arizona Today
Arizona is the only state in the contiguous US that has opted out of DST, a right granted by the US Energy Policy Act of 2005.
The Navajo Nation, a semi-autonomous Native American territory, observes DST because it extends into New Mexico and Utah. The Hopi Nation, which lies within the Navajo Nation, follows Arizona's no-DST rule.