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Pima County, AZ Public Records

Superior Court
Legal Records
110 W Congress, Rm 241
Tucson, AZ 85701 http://www.agave.cosc.pima.gov/
Hours: 8AM-5PM MST
P: 520-740-3240
F: 520-798-3531
Visa/MC accepted in person only.
Jurisdiction: Felony, Civil Actions over $5,000, Probate
Restricted Records: No juvenile, mental health, adoption, victims or sealed records released
Address correspondence to attention of civil or criminal section. Superior Court general phone 520-740-4200.
Green Valley Justice Court
601 N LaCanada
Green Valley, AZ 85614 http://www.jp.pima.gov/
Hours: 8AM-4:30PM MST
P: 520-648-0658
F: 520-648-2235
Visa/MC accepted.
Jurisdiction: Misdemeanor, Civil Actions under $10,000, Eviction, Small Claims
Restricted Records: No juvenile, mental health, victims, sealed or adoption records released
When a case number is given, the court also charges $24 per name to pull a record, but this could change. This interpretation is not per guidelines of the Administrative Offices of the Courts and is not the procedure followed in the Superior Court.
Pima County Consolidated Justice Court
115 N Church Ave
Tucson, AZ 85701 http://www.jp.pima.gov/
Hours: 8AM-5PM MST
P: 520-724-3171
F: 520-724-5100
Credit cards accepted.
Jurisdiction: Misdemeanor, Civil Actions under $10,000, Eviction, Small Claims, Traffic
Restricted Records: No information about set-aside judgments, unserved search warrants or felony warrants released
Note that this court serves the city of Tucson. There are two other Justice Courts located in this county.
Ajo Justice Court
111 La Mina Ave
Ajo, AZ 85321
Hours: 8AM-5PM MST
P: 520-387-7684
F: 520-387-6028
Major credit cards accepted.
Jurisdiction: Misdemeanor, Civil Actions under $10,000, Eviction, Small Claims
Restricted Records: No juvenile, sealed, victim records released
When a case number is given, the court also charges $24 per name to pull a record, but this could change. This interpretation is not per guidelines of the Administrative Offices of the Courts and is not the procedure followed in the Superior Court.

Pima County, AZ Vital Records

Contact the Pima County Office of the County Recorder if you would like to find vital records, such as birth, death, marriage, divorce, and real estate records.

Pima County
County Recorder
115 N Church Ave
Tucson, AZ 85701
http://www.recorder.pima.gov/
8AM-5PM MST
Phone: 520-724-4350
Fax: 520-623-1785
Recorded Documents

Official Pima County Vital Certificates

Pima County Vital Certificates

If you would like to obtain a hard copy of a birth, death, marriage, divorce, or other vital record, you can do so by searching for and requesting a vital certificate. Vital certificates are official hard copy documents, the same as those used by the United States government.

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Pima County Information

Pima County, Arizona is named after the Pima American Indian Tribe and is best known as one of North America's longest inhabited and most ecologically diverse areas, especially the Santa Cruz Valley. This makes it a great place for visitors interested in pre-Columbian and early American history, living Native American history, unique flora and fauna, geology and natural desert beauty. Pima County is home to the Mission of San Xavier del Back which was founded in 1697 and is still in use today. Within Pima County are the San Xavier, Pascua Yaqui, and Tohono O'odham reservations. The De Anza Hiking Trail follows the route of Spanish explorer, Juan Bautista de Anza. The Giant Saguaro Cactus symbolizes the American West and there are two large cactus forests in Pima County. The Saguaro National Monument and the Organ Pipe Cactus Monument offer hiking, horseback riding, and biking. After experiencing the breathtaking Sonora Desert, America's largest desert, visitors can learn more about this unique history of this part of America at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, the Pima Air and Space Museum, the largest privately funded aerospace museum in the world, or Old Tucson Studios where many Western movies were filmed and is now part of a Western theme park.

History and beauty aren't the only things that Pima County has to offer. The Sonora Desert offers the perfect backdrop to Pima County's premier golf courses. It is one of the United States best spots for motorsports from old fashioned hot rodding at Mirle's SIR dragway, state-of-the-art karting at the Mussleman Honda Circuit, and racing at the Tucson Raceway Park. For even more thrills, visitors can explore an actual underground nuclear missile complex at The Titan Missile Museum. Pima County has something to offer everyone from bird watching to birdies, horseback riding to hot rodding, all in one of America's most historic regions.

Pima County Population Records

Total Land Area (2000): 9,186.27 sq mi
Population (2009): 1,020,200
  • Females: 51.0%
  • White: 87.6%
  • Black/African American: 4.0%
  • Asian: 2.7%
  • Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 0.2%
  • Hispanic or Latino Origin: 33.7%
  • White, Not Hispanic: 56.3%
Population Change (2000-2009): 176,458
Foreign-Born Population (2000): 11.9%
Language other than English spoken at home (2000): 27.5%
Persons Below Poverty Level (2008): 15.4%
High School Graduates (2000): 83.4%
Bachelor’s Degree or Higher (2000): 26.7%
Persons per Household (2000): 2.47
Housing Units (2000): 366,737
Homeownership Rate (2000): 64.3%
Migration Flow to Pima County, AZ from (2007-2008):

Pima County Records

Total Earnings by Industry, in thou. dol. (2007):
  • Total: $20,677,670
  • Construction: $1,329,990
  • Retail Trade: $1,529,703
  • Professional and Technical Services: $1,986,830
  • Healthcare: $2,662,861
  • Banking: $795,504
  • Retail Trade: $1,529,703
  • Accommodations and Food Services: $727,404
  • Manufacturing: $2,383,932
  • Farms: $27,913
  • Government: $4,926,007
Employed (2000): 370,768
Unemployed (2000): 20,905
Unemployment Rate (2009): 8.3%
Annual Payroll per Employee (2007): $31,755
Local Government Employment (2007): 43,618
Local Government Revenue (2007): $2,528,690 (thou. dol.)
Local Government Debt (2007): $2,753,368 (thou. dol.)

Pima County Birth, Death Records

Births (2007): 13,819
  • Per 1,000 population: 13.9
Deaths (2007): 7,975
  • Per 1,000 population: 8.0
Infant Deaths (2007): 101
  • Per 1,000 population: 7.3

Pima County Criminal Records

Violent Crimes (2008): 5,241
  • Murder and non-negligent manslaughter: 96
  • Forcible rape: 338
  • Robbery: 1,798
  • Aggravated Assault: 3,009
Property Crimes (2008): 27,320
  • Burglary: 8,479
  • Larceny-Theft: 11,265
  • Motor Vehicle Theft: 7,576

Pima County Genealogy Records

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