Pima County FAQs

Have you received a junk phone call that looks like it’s coming from Pima County government? And do you need to know who to contact if you have questions about the coronavirus? 

Because it’s not every day that you need those kinds of questions answered, we’ve created this new section to highlight some of the most frequently asked questions received by our Pima County operator. 

I received a call, and the caller ID says its Pima County but it wasn't. It was one of those automated calls. What can I do to report this? 

This is called Caller ID Spoofing. It’s when a caller deliberately falsifies the information transmitted to your caller ID display to disguise their identity. You can report the number to the Arizona Attorney General’s Consumer Fraud division. 

I’m concerned I’ve been in contact with someone with the coronavirus. Who do I contact?

Any questions about COVID-19 should be directed to the state of Arizona's hotline: 844-542-8201. You can also get helpful information at the Arizona Poison & Drug Information Center website or by calling 800-222-1222.

Much more information on COVID-19 may be found at pima.gov/covid19 

If you have a question on a government office, email us and we’ll include it in a future set of FAQs.
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Tucson, AZ 85701

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