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    Major Streets Plan Map
    Major Streets Plan

    The Major Streets Plan is a map and an ordinance that establishes adequate future street widths along major streets for unincorporated Pima County.  New developed properties located adjacent to major streets are required to comply with the plan.  Future right-of-way widths vary from 80 feet wide for a typical collector street to 150 feet wide for a typical arterial street.  Click the map at right to view.

    Scenic Routes Plan Map
    Scenic Routes Plan

    The Scenic Routes Plan is a map and ordinance that establishes setbacks and other development regulations to preserve and enhance visual resources along designated roadways.  The intent of scenic routes are to protect property values and the character of neighborhoods; protect and enhance the unique character of a community, including vegetation, architecture and geology; protect and enhance the economic value of tourism; and protect natural resources.  The height and color of buildings and structures located within 200 feet of scenic routes are restricted.  Click the map at right to view.


    Ordinance

    These maps show designated Pima County major streets and scenic routes for unincorporated Pima County. See the following Pima County Code zoning section and the main Pima County Code page for ordinances to be included in the next quarterly update of the published code.

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