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  Pima County, Arizona
Pima County, the second largest of the four original Arizona counties, was created in 1864 and included approximately all of southern Arizona acquired from Mexico by the Gadsden Purchase.
The latter part of the century saw expansion of mining and ranching in Pima County and an increase in population, despite the threat of attack from roaming bands of Apaches.
Within Pima County are two cactus forests, Saguaro National Monument to the north and Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument in the western portion.
www.pima.gov /areainfo/area.html   (335 words)

  
 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Pima County, one of the four original counties in Arizona, was created in 1864 when land acquired by the Gadsden Purchase from Mexico in 1853 became the Arizona Territory of the United States.
The original county included all of southern Arizona from the western Colorado River to the Gila River in the north to the Mexican international border in the south and east to the New Mexico state line.
In the county the population was spread out with 24.60% under the age of 18, 10.90% from 18 to 24, 28.40% from 25 to 44, 21.90% from 45 to 64, and 14.20% who were 65 years of age or older.
www.goupstate.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Pima_County,_Arizona   (613 words)

  
  Pima County, Arizona - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pima County is located in the south central part of the U.S. state of Arizona.
As of the 2005 U.S. Census estimate, the population was 957,635.
Pima County, one of the four original counties in Arizona, was created in 1864 when land acquired by the Gadsden Purchase from Mexico in 1853 became the Arizona Territory of the United States.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pima_County,_Arizona   (632 words)

  
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 Welcome to Northern Pima County, Arizona!
Plans on the drawing board in Tucson, Marana and Pima County call for a revitalization of the Santa Cruz and Rillito Rivers and the Canyon del Oro Wash. The Santa Cruz River was once a perennial stream lined with cottonwoods and mesquite bosques on its way north to the Gila River near Gila Bend.
Pima County was established in 1864 by the first territorial legislature in.
At its creation, Pima County was the second largest of Arizona's four original counties and included all land south of the Gila River and east of Yuma to the Arizona borders with New Mexico.
www.the-chamber.com /welcome.htm   (1786 words)

  
 Pima County Sheriff Department   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Pima County Sheriff’s Department is committed to the advanced strategies of community policing and the direct supervision management of its detention facilities.
The Pima County Sheriff’s Department will continue to be a leader and facilitator in attaining the goals to overcome and solve community problems with innovative ideas on crime prevention, proactive inmate management strategies, and public safety resulting in lasting solutions, reduced fear, and a better life for the residents of Pima County.
The Pima County Sheriff’s Department awards medals and certificates to members of the Department and citizens of the community to recognize acts of heroism, the performance of outstanding service, or injuries sustained in the line of duty.
www.pimasheriff.org /about.htm   (660 words)

  
 Pima County, Arizona History
This county is bounded on the north by the Gila river; on the east by New Mexico; on the south by Sonora, and on the west by Yuma county.
The western end of the county, to a line drawn north and south from the Gila river to the Sonora line, and passing a few miles west of Tucson, is uninhabited after leaving the Gila river, except by the Papago Indians, whose habitation will hereafter be described.
The county south of the Gila and east of that heretofore mentioned, is watered by the San Pedro and Santa Cruz rivers and several smaller streams, and is composed of plains, valleys and broken chains of mountains.
www.arizonagenealogy.com /pima   (1144 words)

  
 Genealogy Trails - Pima County - Arizona
Pima County, the second largest of the four original counties, was created in 1864 and included approximately all of southern Arizona acquired from Mexico by the Gadsen Purchase.
Within Pima County are two cactus forests Saguaro National Park to the northeast and Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument in the southwestern portion.
Pima County has an Enterprise Zone that includes all of South Tucson, central Tucson, portions of Marana, Sahuarita, parts of Pima County and parts of the Tohono QOdham and Pasqua Yaqui Indian Reservations.
genealogytrails.com /ariz/pima/index.html   (374 words)

  
 Pima County - Arizona's Child Abuse InfoCenter
Arizona Baptist Children's Services is a non-profit organization serving all families/children/individuals in the Southern Arizona Region.
Arizona Children's Association has day treatment, special education, group home program, treatment foster care/older child adoption, center for family therapy, teen parent program, infant adoption/unwed parent, and a residential treatment center.
The mission of the Tucson Rape Crisis Center, Southern Arizona's Center Against Sexual Assault, is to reduce the trauma and incidence of sexual assault by providing treatment and promoting prevention of sexual abuse, incest, molestation, and rape.
www.parent-wise.org /resources/pima.htm   (747 words)

  
 Arizona @ RockyMountainRoads.com - Interstate 10 Westbound - Pima County   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Pima County is the second most populous county in Arizona, and much of the county in the vicinity of Tucson has been developed.
Arizona 82, which heads southwest toward Nogales, continues the scenic route as it enters the Coronado National Forest en route toward the international border.
The two largest, the University of Arizona and Arizona State University in Tempe, are frequent rivals, both for alumni and for the college sports teams, both of which compete in the Pacific-10 Conference.
www.rockymountainroads.com /i-010f_az.html   (3591 words)

  
 Report gives Pima County air high marks | www.azstarnet.com ®
Pima County's air quality gets high marks from the American Lung Association, including an "A" ranking for fine-particle pollution from power plants, cars, diesel trucks, heavy equipment and industry.
Pima County has never exceeded the national air-quality standard for fine-particle pollution, and hasn't exceeded the ozone standard since the 1980s.
One reason for the county's high ranking in that area is that Tucson isn't an industrialized city, so it doesn't have the long list of potential polluters of a Houston or Los Angeles with far more industries, she said.
www.azstarnet.com /metro/126679   (741 words)

  
 Pima.gov: Portal page for Pima County, AZ
Pima County has declared a DROUGHT STAGE 1
Pima County recognizes the serious issues related to the search for affordable housing and the need to provide a service that will help individuals and families find housing that best meets their needs.
Arizona 2-1-1 Online is your official site for alerts and bulletins on emergencies and disasters in Arizona, including public health and safety advisories, homeland security alerts and disaster relief bulletins.
www.co.pima.az.us   (191 words)

  
 Pima Community College : Historic Profile
In 1966, the citizens of Pima County, Arizona, approved by a large margin the formation of a junior college district.
The county superintendent of schools then appointed a five-member governing board, which laid the groundwork for the new college.
After a 1995 Pima County bond election, the College has used taxpayer-supported bonds to finance much-needed expansion and important facility and technology improvements throughout the Pima County Community College District.
www.pima.edu /aboutpima/historic_profile   (549 words)

  
 Pima County Development Services - Official Address Guide for Pima County, Arizona
Street numbers in Pima County are all numeric and can range from one to any five-digit number.
All streets in Pima County require that the street direction be specified in order to uniquely identify a given address.
Pima County Development Services will not approve new street names that exceed 24 characters in length, including spaces and the two-character street type.
www.pimaxpress.com /Addressing/address_guide.htm   (822 words)

  
 Pima County Attorney
The job of the Pima County Attorney is to see that the laws of the State of Arizona are faithfully executed and enforced.
It is the mission of the Pima County Attorney’s Office to get truant students back in school in an effort to prevent a life of crime and increase the potential for a life of success.
The Pima County Attorney’s Office is firmly committed to working with the community, businesses, and other agencies to prevent crime and to intervene early when young people need guidance most.
www.pcao.pima.gov   (452 words)

  
 BORDC: Resolution Details - Pima County, Arizona
Pima County will completely avoid unlawful discrimination in every function of County government and vigorously uphold the constitutionally protected rights of all persons to peacefully protest and express their political views.
All Pima County government departments shall affirm strong commitments to preserving residents’ freedom of speech, assembly, religion, and privacy, the right to counsel and due process in judicial proceedings, and the protection against unreasonable searches and seizures.
Any Federal, State, or County law enforcement officials acting within the Pima county are requested to work in accordance with the City policies and procedures, and, when cooperating with County Departments, to honor and guarantee the constitutional rights of all Pima County residents.
www.bordc.org /detail.php?id=115   (487 words)

  
 Pima County Arizona - info, facts, communities - Key to the City   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The San Xavier, Pascua Yaqui and Tohono O'odham reservations have ownership of 42.1 percent of the county land.
Pima County was one of the four original counties created in 1864.
Tucson has been the county seat from the beginning and was the Arizona Territorial capital from 1867 to 1877.
www.usacitiesonline.com /azpimacounty.htm   (294 words)

  
 Pima County Board of Supervisors Candidate Sharon Bronson
Pima County government has an obligation to protect the unique character of these rural communities, while fostering economic development.
Pima County must lobby for state legislation allowing counties to assess meaningful school, air quality, and infrastructure (transportation, parks, sewers) impact fees.
Pima County should keep Kino Hospital, develop an integrated health care delivery system, collaborate with other health care providers like UMC and/or TMC, maintain an active rural health program including funding for a mobile clinic and develop a community based board/committee to oversee Kino Hospital.
www.azstarnet.com /public/election96/test/bronson.htm   (810 words)

  
 Pima County Attractions
Pima County is home to some of the best world-class attractions in Arizona.
Pima County is also a birder's paradise with over 400 bird species found here annually, many of which are found nowhere else in the nation.
Pima County is unique in the way it has developed its land resources.
www.pimacountyattractions.com   (288 words)

  
 New Rules Project - Environment - Light Pollution - Tucson/Pima County, Arizona
Tucson and Pima County first adopted outdoor lighting ordinances in 1972 in an effort to provide standards so that night lighting did not interfere with nearby astronomical observatories.
Should any outdoor light fixture or the type of light source therein be changed after the permit has been issued, a change request must be submitted to the building official for his approval, together with adequate information to assure compliance with this code, which must be received prior to substitution.
The operation of searchlights for advertising purposes is prohibited in Area A and is prohibited in unincorporated Pima County.
www.newrules.org /environment/tucsonpima.html   (2439 words)

  
 Pima County Arizona Tax Lien Certificates and Pima County Arizona Tax Deeds
The Pima County Tax Lien Sale is a public sale of delinquent real property taxes, held pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 42, Chapter 18 Article 3, Section 42-18126, and the law of the land.
Instead, as an investor in Pima County, you are purchasing a tax lien (certificate of purchase) in the amount of all taxes due, interest charges and related fees.
The Arizona Revised Statutes provides that the right to bring an action to foreclose the right to redeem terminates ten years from the date the lien was purchased.
www.professorprofits.com /states/county.php?state=AZ&county=Pima   (2871 words)

  
 Pima County - Arizona's Child Abuse InfoCenter
Arizona Baptist Children's Services is a non-profit organization serving all families/children/individuals in the Southern Arizona Region.
Arizona Children's Association has day treatment, special education, group home program, treatment foster care/older child adoption, center for family therapy, teen parent program, infant adoption/unwed parent, and a residential treatment center.
The mission of the Tucson Rape Crisis Center, Southern Arizona's Center Against Sexual Assault, is to reduce the trauma and incidence of sexual assault by providing treatment and promoting prevention of sexual abuse, incest, molestation, and rape.
www.acainfo.ahsc.arizona.edu /resources/pima.htm   (888 words)

  
 Links of Interest
Pima County, the second largest of the four original counties, was created in 1864 and included approximately all of southern Arizona acquired from Mexico by the Gadsden Purchase.
Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance is a nonprofit organization of regional attractions dedicated to cooperatively promote tourism and visitation in southern Arizona.
The City of Tucson, Pima County, the State of Arizona and the private sector have all made commitments to create a growing, healthy economy with high-tech industries as its foundation.
www.pimacountyattractions.com /links.html   (1144 words)

  
 EPA: Pesticides - Pesticide Use Limitations for Pima County, Arizona
As with other species of fish found in Arizona, the topminnow is also threatened by aggressive and predatory, non-native fish which have been introduced for recreational purposes.
By the turn of the century, the Masked bobwhite was eliminated from southern Arizona when native grasslands were depleted by cattle grazing.
The Nichol's turk's head cactus is protected by the Arizona Native Plant Law, and is included in the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), which restricts the trading of this and other plants.
www.epa.gov /espp/arizona/pima.htm   (2539 words)

  
 Pima County Arizona Real Estate
Pima County Arizona Real Estate is a way for consumers to find the best Real estate Agents and Brokers for every city in Pima County Arizona.
When you have been directed to an Pima County Arizona real estate professional in the area you have chosen you will be able to search for your dream home and get free printouts from the MLS database in that area.
Pima County Arizona Real Estate Brokers and agents can use the many news and information pages we offer to get up to date information about the Pima County Arizona real estate market.
www.myhomesearches.com /county/arizona/pima-county-arizona.htm   (576 words)

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