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  • OS1.16 - Mission and 33rd Property

    Total Actual Cost: $207,025
    Project Number: CPROSMISS
    Funding Sources: 2004 General Obligation Bonds
    Completion Date: September 2010
    Managing Dept.: County Administrator’s Office
    Project Map: GIS Map

    The property was purchased under the 36th Street Corridor Project Area for the City of Tucson under the Jurisdictional Open Space category of the 2004 Conservation Acquisition Bond Program.   The property is located along the San Juan Wash, which begins in the Tucson Mountains and runs through private properties and the County-owned Jacobs Trust and Habitat for Humanity properties, located north of 36th Street and west of Mission Road.

    The property was subdivided through the City of Tucson into 29 lots but never developed and fell into foreclosure. The City of Tucson supported this acquisition and indicated a willingness to work with the County in the future to permit removal of the northern section of the bank protection to restore hydraulic connectivity to the floodplain and encourage vegetation growth.  

    Pima County purchased this 9-acre property to continue to maintain an important wildlife corridor and hydrological connection between Tucson Mountain Park and the West Branch of the Santa Cruz River.

    Mission & 33rd Property
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