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Parcel Information Search

Parcel information is derived from Pima County Assessor records and other sources. See the Pima County Assessor Parcel Search for official Assessor information.

Taxpayer Name Search


Enter last name (a space) and first name. The search is not case sensitive. Data is entered as the recorded grantee on the deed. For example: doe john. A partial entry may be used. I.E. doe j

Street Address Number Search

Enter just the street number. Then pick a button by the desired street address in the search results. This is the easiest and most accurate way to search for a parcel by address.

Parcel Code Search

Enter 8 digit numeric and last digit alpha/numeric for a total of 9 places in the parcel code {BookMapParcelSplit}. An 11 character formatted value with dashes may also be used. For example: 11711001B or 117-11-001B

Detailed Street Address Search

Number:  through  Direction:  Street Name:  

Street number(s) and direction (N,S,E,W) are optional. Street name is required and is not case sensitive. The first portion of a street name may be used. Street names should conform to the Official Address Guide for Pima County. It's generally best to omit the trailing street type (AV, RD, ST, etc.) as you may not have a standard two-character street type. If you don't get what you expect, try just the first part of the street name.