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  2. GIS Maps - Pima County

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    Geographic Information Systems. 33 N. Stone Ave., 14th Fl. Mail-Stop Code DTBAB17-425 Tucson, AZ 85701 Phone: (520) 724-6670 Fax: (520) 791-6588

  3. Pima County COVID-19 Testing Centers - Pima County

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    Pima County Public Library at-home test distribution sites The Health Department has teamed up with the Pima County Public Library system to create over 25 distribution points for FREE at-home COVID-19 tests throughout the county. At-home tests can be picked up at every library branch during regular hours of operation while supplies last.

  4. The Arizona Secretary of State’s Office has partnered with the National Association of Secretaries of State for its #TrustedInfo campaign, which encourages voters to look to their state and local election officials as their trusted sources for election information. State and local election officials are working every day to fight the threats ...

  5. Arizona Winter Festival Horse… This event is pending. 10Mar Southern AZ Eventing Horse… 19Mar Escapees RV Rally. 20Apr Pima County Fair. Yay! 23Sep FUJIBJJ.

  6. Pima Community College is where affordable and accessible education Matters.

  7. Pima County Recorder's Office - Ballot by Mail Request

    www.recorder.pima.gov/BallotByMailRequest

    Mail to Pima County Recorder, P.O. Box 3145, Tucson AZ 85702-3145; Deliver in person to 240 N Stone Avenue; Drop it off at any Early Voting Site or Curbside Ballot Drop-off Site. Drop it off at any Pima County polling place on election day. You must sign the ballot affidavit envelope in order for your ballot to be processed.

  8. Welcome to the Pima County Consolidated Justice Court Website. We understand that courts can be complex, confusing and stressful. It is our purpose to provide you with essential information about the Court and the services that we provide. The Court is committed to fairness, efficiency, accessibility, and exemplary customer service.

  9. Pima County Assessor’s Office 240 N. Stone Avenue Tucson, Arizona 85701 Please contact our office at 520-724-8630 should you require a hardcopy to be mailed to you.

  10. PCAO will always lift up and amplify those who invigorate, challenge and inspire our community. We recognize all Pima County residents for their efforts to make Tucson & Southern Arizona safer and stronger. Click on any of the images below to visit PCAO’s Instagram profile!

  11. Elections - Pima County Schools - Tucson, AZ

    www.schools.pima.gov/elections

    CLICK HERE for Candidate Information and Interviews from the Arizona Daily Star; 2022 Special Elections (Bond, Override, DAA) CLICK HERE for information on district bond, override, and additional assistance elections; Governing Board Vacancies: Pima Community College - Affidavit and Application (Submit by December 15, 2022) - Press Release ...