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    Maps & Records

    Phone: (520) 724-6410
    Submit your comments or request online by using our Maps and Records Request Form

    Office Hours:
    8:00 am to 4:30 pm
    (Excluding holidays)

    201 N. Stone Avenue, 5th Floor, (On south side of the fifth floor in the Public Works Building).

    See Also:
    RWRD - Sewer Maps
    RFCD - Flood Hazard Map Parcel Selector
    GIS - GIS Maps
    Provide engineering related information that is available to the general public, private consultants and other governmental agencies through the Pima County Department of Transportation.  A reasonable amount of Documents (<=5 desktop size) are provided free or if a large data set such as Record Drawings/As-Built Plans, the documents are PDF'd via Kiteworks to the customer. 

    Pima County PimaMaps is the map to use to obtain transportation related data. PimaMaps is the next generation web based mapping system, including viewer/user-interface that is compatible with most devices and browsers. Begin by reading the Disclaimer. This will enable you to view and use PimaMaps maps. Use the Quick Start Guide and FAQ link for PimaMaps.


    • PimaMaps - limited core data layers for streamlined performance
    • PimaMaps - Survey - includes additional layers useful for survey and other professions that need more detailed information

    The Chuck Huckelberry Loop

    Pima County residents and visitors can enjoy the more than 100 miles of shared-use paths that have been completed and ready to use on foot, bikes, skates, and horses. Visit The Loop webpage an interactive map for the user to track down everything available along their selected path.

    Click or tap image above for map


    Projects Under Design, Construction, or Completed

    An interactive map that allows the user to view DOT construction projects that are in design, under construction, and completed.

    Railroad Crossing Documents


    This area gives information includes bridges, catchbasins, cattleguards, counterstations, culverts, stormdrains, stormdrain manholes, streetlights, guardrails, and sidewalks. Infrastructure is collected off of improvement plans and construction plans.

    How to use the Infrastructure Maps

    1. Open the map
    2. Close the Legend
    3. Expand the layer (4th from the top)  "Infrastructure - PCDOT" by clicking the +
    4. Use the checkboxes to select the Infrastructure layers of interest



    History of Pima County since establishment in 1864

    An interactive map on the history of Pima County and the amazing people who contributed to the development of our roads and communities since our establishment in 1864.

    Aerial Photo Lookup

    The Aerial Photo Lookup area directs you to the information page.  In aerial photo lookup application assists users in the research of hard-copy historical aerial photos, (these photos are not orthophotos).

    Historical DOT Improvement Plans

    The historical section covers paving, grading, and drainage plans for subdivisions and offsite improvements done in the past.

    Volume Crash & Ordinance Data

    Traffic volume data or many streets, crash statistics for intersections and roadway segments, and traffic control ordinances such as speed limits, stop signs, and school crossings are available in the link above.



    Major Streets and Scenic Routes

    The Major Streets and Scenic Routes maps show designated Pima County major streets and scenic routes for unincorporated Pima County.

    Construction Plans and Maps

    The Construction Plans and Maps page has a map application, a document search application (eDMS) for the user to find information on Final Construction Built and notes, plan, and other related information.

    Improvement District Plans

    Improvement District Plans provide specific improvements to constituents in a specific area.

    Approved development project drawings

    Site Development document search (subdivision plats, development concept, site construction, etc.).

    Road Proceedings


    Road Maps

    This application is maps associated with an established or abandoned road.

    Road Proceedings

    Maps and documents created when a road is established or abandoned.

    Pavement Condition Index

    Unincorporated Pima County Pavement Ratings shows PASER (Pavement Surface Evaluation and Rating System) which is a rating of the surface condition of pavement on a scale of  0 to 100, with 0 being a pavement in a failed condition and 100 being a pavement in excellent condition.

    Roads Accepted for Maintenance

    Approved applications requesting Pima County to accept roads for maintenance.

    Road Closures Update

    For the latest list of road closures, road construction, restrictions, and traffic incidents, gives location of theses roads.


    Property Rights

    Pima County Government Property Rights (PCGPR) Data Overview

    The PCGPR Data Overview will have information on County owned right-of-way and easements for roads, drainage and utilities.

    No-Fence Districts Map

    The Transportation No-Fence Districts takes the user to the map application showing the areas that are designated as No-Fence Districts PimaMaps Map, No-Fence Districts eDMS application, plus tips on how to use or search these applications.

    Parcel Information Search

    Use the Pima County Assessor Parcel Search for official Assessor information. The Pima County Assessor Advanced Search application allows the user to search for a parcel by using one of the eight options provided. For parcel information connect to linked in the image below.

    Annexation Information

    The Annexation section helps the user  with document include ordinances, legal descriptions, plats, and maps that describe the annexations.

    Control Points


    Section Corner Reference Sheets

    This page displays survey section corner reference sheet, and provides the user with options in searching for the data.

    How to use Location Grid Map

    1. Open the Survey map
    2. Close the Disclaimer
    3. Expand the layer (11th from the top)  "Location Grids" by clicking the +
    4. Use the checkboxes to select the layers of interest
    5. Layers may be greyed out or inactive until zoomed in or out

    Static OPUS Control Points

    Pima County Static OPUS Solution Control Points are random points proximal to section corners.  This page helps the user with operations of how to view or use the application.

    How to use OPUS Control Points Map

    1. Open the Survey map
    2. Close the Disclaimer
    3. Expand the layer (8th from the top)  "Control Points" by clicking the +
    4. Use the checkboxes to select the layers of interest
    5. Layers may be greyed out or inactive until zoomed in or out

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