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  • Pima County Housing Center (El Banco)

    We continue to serve the community but with proper precautions in place in order to comply with state and County decisions to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus:

    • Public access to the Housing Center is currently closed to walk-in traffic, although you can set an appointment or request housing-related resources by phone (520-724-2460) or email (HousingCenter@pima.gov). Wearing a face mask is required in the Housing Center.
    In an effort to support those in need and with questions about resources and relief, Pima County Housing Center is compiling links and lists of information and opportunities for those in need.
    Pima County Housing Center

    For Information about our programs and services contact the Pima County Housing Center

    801 W. Congress St.
    Tucson, Az  85745
    (520) 724-2460

    Marcos Ysmael, Program Manager

    COVID-19 Resource List

    Pima County Community Action Agency
    Assistance with rent, utilities and other basic needs for low-income individuals and families. Phone: 520-724-2667. Click here for other Pima County and local emergency services.

    All the information on rental assistance and eviction protection: What Tenants Need to Know During COVID-19

    PimaWorks.com: Job leads, information on unemployment benefits, business resources
    Pima County health information and resources
    ADOH rental assistance
    ADOH mortgage assistance
    Mobile meals
    TUSD Grab-and-Go meals
    Amphitheater Grab-and-Go meals
    Sunnyside mobile meals and internet hot spots
    Community Food Bank
    Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse
    Southern Arizona Legal Aid
    Step Up to Justice
    Arizona Attorneys Respond Legal Hotline

    Gov. Ducey extends order delaying evictions for renters impacted by COVID-19

    HUD issues CARES Act mortgage payment relief for FHA single-family homeowners

    Pima County Housing Center

    Pima County opened its first Housing Center to provide citizens with one convenient location to obtain resources and information on sustainable and affordable housing. Today, families can come to the Center for guidance and support to find trusted help during hard financial times, as well as information on purchasing a home, finding affordable rentals, and many other housing related services. The Housing Center strives to be a catalyst for residents to find the services they need with expanded hours to fit working family schedules.


    Provide resources, support and leadership to create just, sustainable, accessible, and quality affordable housing to residents of Pima County.

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    Community Development and Neighborhood Conservation

    2797 E. Ajo Way
    Tucson, AZ 85713

    Phone: (520) 724-3777
    Fax: (520) 724-6796 

    Pima County Housing Center (El Banco)

    801 W. Congress St.
    Tucson, AZ 85745

    (520) 724-2460

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