Aerial Photo Lookup Information
The Aerial Photo Lookup area directors you to the information page. In aerial photo lookup application assists users in the research of hard-copy historical aerial photos, (these photos are not orthophotos).
Aerial Photo Map
The Annexation section help the user with document include ordinances, legal descriptions, plats, and maps that describe the annexations.
Historical DOT Improvement Plans
In this section it will cover paving, grading, and drainage plans for subdivisions and offsite improvements .
Historical DOT Improvement Plan MapGuide Map
Improvement District Plans
This page was created by Pima County to provide constituents, in an area, specific services.
Improvement District Plan MapGuide Map
This area gives information on infrastructure includes bridges, catchbasins, cattleguards, counterstations, culverts, stormdrains, stormdrain manholes, streetlights, guardrails, and sidewalks. Infrastructure is collected off of improvement plans and construction plans.
Pima County Roadway System Map
The section gives information on Roadway System Map. Click on the link above, and go to the second bullet to search map by entering the street name. Or use the Index Map application given below.
Individual map pages may be slow to load due to their large size, particularly over a modem.
Railroad Crossing Documents
This page opens to information on railroad crossing and associated documents
Railroad Crossing Documents-View App
Maps associated with an established or abandoned road
Road Maps Documents-View App
Maps and documents created when a road is established or abandoned
Road Proceedings Index MapGuide Map
Roads Accepted for Maintenance
Approved applications requesting
Pima County to accept roads for maintenance
Roads Accepted for Maintenance Documents-View App
Section Corner Reference Sheets
This page displays survey section corner reference sheets.
Section Corner Reference Sheets Map
Static OPUS Control Points
Static random online positioning user service (OPUS) GPS control points
OPUS Control Points Map
Maps and documents created when a road is temporarily closed for maintenance
Temporary Road Closures Document
Pima County Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is one of the best tools currently available for managing geographic information. Here you can easily locate GIS maps, GIS data, and other GIS related information.
GIS MapGuide Maps - View Info
Major Streets and Scenic Routes
The Major Streets Plan is a map and an ordinance that establishes adequate future street widths and setbacks along major streets for unincorporated Pima County.
Major Streets Plan Map
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.
Scenic Routes Plan Map
No Fence District
This page displays the Pima County Department of Transportation No-Fence Districts Map. Plus the applications available for No Fence Districts, and tips on how to use the application(s).
No Fence District Map
Parcel Information Search
Parcel information is derived from Pima County Assessor records and other sources. See the Pima County Assessor Parcel Search for official Assessor information.
Parcel Search - View App
PimaMaps is Pima County's next generation web mapping system that will eventually replace the current MapGuide system. PimaMaps supports multiple browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari as well as tablets and smart phones. Additional information could be viewed by clicking the link above.
Traffic Counts Information
Alternatively, traffic counts can be viewed with a GIS map application that shows traffic counts geographically, as well as historical data in tabular and graphic form. To address this application, visit.
Traffic Counts Map
Subdivision Plats and Development Plans
Site Development document search
(subdivision plats, development concept, site construction, etc.).
Pima County is developing The Loop around metro Tucson with links to Marana, Oro Valley, and South Tucson. Pima County residents and visitors on foot, bikes, skates, and horses can enjoy the more than 100 miles of shared-use paths that have already been completed.
The Loop Map
Priscilla S. Cornelio, P.E.
201 N. Stone Ave., 4th Fl.
Tucson, AZ 85701