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    Maps & Records

    Customer service counter call (520) 724-6410.
    Email: Please use our Maps and Records Request Form.

    Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday
    8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    (excluding holidays)
    Annexation is a democratic process governed by Arizona State law that requires the consent of more than 50% of the property owners within the Annexation district. For specific guidelines and requirements on the Annexation of Property by a Municipality click on the Arizona Revised Statute 9-471 weblink.

    Annexation documents include ordinances, legal descriptions, and maps that describe the annexations. You can view the annexation information two ways.

    Annexation Documents

    To learn about options, queries, and viewing documents, see Using OnBase, Document Management System Help or contact the OnBase Administrator.

    Annexation Document Search

    Annexation PimaMaps Map

    This map shows annexations for municipalities in Pima County as well as their annexation documents. Use this PimaMaps map to find and zoom into a section.  then click that section to open a section square and then pick "Document"  link in the popup.  This will open the annexation documentation and ordinance number to the area on the map. 

    Annexation PimaMaps Map
    • Before using PimaMaps make sure to read the Disclaimer
    • For more information on PimaMaps, click on PimaMaps - Main.  Here you will find the Help section, and the Quick Start Guide for tips on how to use the application, plus FAQ
    • Begin, click on the hyperlink above to open the Annexation PimaMaps Map. 
    • A map will open with a panel on the left side of the screen, scroll down the panel to Administrative Boundaries, click +   toggle button, then click the box for Annexations to view the “Map Layers”
    • Double-click on the white title bar above the map to open the toolbar, or click on the Wrench icon in the upper right corner of the map.
    • Use the mouse to navigate around the map, left click and hold mouse to move map in the direction desired and release.
    • Zoom in, use the wheel on the mouse, move the wheel downward to magnify map until you reach the specific section of road or desired view.
    • Zoom-out, move the wheel upward to reduce map image to desired view.
    • Hover over the desired road or section, click on it to select it, and a dialog box opens. 
    • Dialog box will open giving the annexation, ordinance: number, jurisdiction, type; transfer from transfer to, and effective date, with three hyperlinks: “Document”, “View Additional Details” or "Edit Features".   
      • The hyperlinks will provide the following information:
        • Documents will list the annexations for the selected area or road.
        • View Additional Details will give additional information for the selected area or road. 
        • Edit Features option is not available. 
    • Select the “Document” hyperlink to view the Annexation list.
    • A new window will open with the annexation items connected to the road or selected area.
    • Choose a row from the list to view the documentation.
    • Documentation for the annexations will open.
    • Use the “Scroll Down” button (arrowhead facing down) in the Scroll Bar at the right side of the screen to view through the pages.
    • Any issues contact Maps and Records at (520) 724-6410.
    • Go to the map link listed above.

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    Ana M. Olivares, P.E.

    201 N. Stone Ave., 4th Fl.
    Tucson, AZ 85701

    (520) 724-6410

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