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Overview

Introduction to Tucson, Arizona

Tucson, located in southeast Arizona on the Santa Cruz River, is the second-largest city in the state. Originally settled by the Hohokam Indians around 300 BC, Tucson passed through Spanish and Mexican rule before being sold to the US in 1853 as part of the Gadsden Purchase. The arrival of the Southern Pacific Railroad in 1880 sped the city's growth. In the period before the turn of the century, Tucson was a typical Wild West city, with gunslingers patrolling the area. The installation of the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base during World War II brought more growth; many of the men trained there fell in love with Tucson and settled there permanently.

Today, Tucson is a growing city of over a half million residents and the heart of a booming high-technology region with more than 1,200 companies employing more than 50,000 people. Among its industries are aerospace and missile production, computer hardware and software, optics, biotechnology and electronics. The city is committed to further growth, with technology at the core. Tucson's superb climate and delightful blend of American, Hispanic and Native American cultures make it one of America's favorite tourist destinations.

Tucson Culture

The arts are well represented in Tucson, with numerous art galleries and nationally-recognized museums such as the Tucson Museum of Art. The Tucson Convention Center is home to the Tucson Symphony Orchestra and the Arizona Opera. Tucson's importance as a military base during the Cold War is showcased at the Titan Missile Museum and at the Pima Air & Space Museum, which has more than 200 historical aircraft. Additional museums pay tribute to the area's Hispanic and Native American cultures.

Tucson Sports and Leisure

The Tucson Sidewinders, a Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks, play minor league baseball at Tucson Electric Park. The University of Arizona has competitive programs in several sports. For big league action, Phoenix is just a 2-hour drive away, with major league baseball's Arizona Diamondbacks, the NFL's Phoenix Cardinals, the NBA's Phoenix Suns and the NHL's Phoenix Coyotes. During baseball's spring training season, Tucson hosts the facilities of the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Chicago White Sox and the Colorado Rockies. The city also hosts major golf events, including the PGA's Tucson Open and the LPGA Welch's/Fry's Championship.

Tucson Outdoors

Clean air, warm temperatures, perennial sunshine and great views make Tucson a great place for outdoor recreation. In fact, Prevention Magazine recognized Tucson as one of the best cities in America for fitness and walking. The city is surrounded by mountains, with hiking and camping available in the Tucson Mountains to the west and the Catalina Mountains to the north. Mt. Lemmon in the Catalinas is a 9,157-foot peak perfect for climbing uphill in the summer and skiing downhill in the winter. For golf, Tucson has 19 courses within the city, including nationally-recognized Ventana Canyon. More great courses are available throughout southern Arizona. Even birdwatchers love Tucson-- the area is famous for its many species of bird life, with at least 14 varieties of hummingbirds alone.

Tucson at Night

One of the youngest big cities in the nation, Tucson has a median age of just 32. A huge student population and a recent influx of young professionals to fill the booming high-tech job market have made Tucson one of the hippest cities in the nation, with upscale nightlife options more typical of larger cities, but without the big city hassles.

Recognizing Tucson

With a higher elevation than much of the rest of the state, Tucson is cooler in the summer than Phoenix, while still enjoying temperatures above 70 in the winter. This great climate, along with its strong economy and low cost of living, are making Tucson recognized as one of America's best cities. MSN ranked it #5 on its 2003 list of "America's Best Places to Live" as well as #5 on its list of "Best Places for Outdoor Activities." Men's Journal ranked it #9 among smaller cities in its 2004 "50 Best Places To Live" list.

People

Total Population 528,374
Male Share of the Population 49.7%
Female Share of the Population 50.3%
Senior Citizens 13%
Employed Population 16+ 228,577
Age of the Population 33

Families

% of people married 35.8%
Average household size 2

Education and Earnings

Population % with Bachelor Degree or Higher 25.2%
Median Earnings25+ $27,989
Median Earnings Without High School Qualification $17,541
Median Earnings With High School Degree $22,973

Wealth

Median Family Income $46,603
% Above Poverty Level 74.7%
% Below Poverty Level 25.3%

Commute & Sprawl

Average Commute Time 22 minutes
% Working from Home 3.3%
% Walking and Biking to Work 6.4%
% Using Public Transportation 4.2%

Housing

People Living Alone 35.1%
Median Gross Rent $756
Median House Value $131,300

Ancestry

Other(often includes Hispanic and African American) 53.3%
US/American 0.1%
English 6.6%
Irish 9.2%

Source: American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau, 2015, www.census.gov/programs-surveys/acs/.

Tucson Almanac

Category Value
County Pima
Metro Area Tucson
Standard Zip Codes 85701, 85704, 85705, 85706, 85708, 85710, 85711, 85712, 85713, 85714, 85715, 85716, 85718, 85719, 85730, 85735, 85736, 85737, 85739, 85741, 85742, 85743, 85745, 85746, 85747, 85748, 85749, 85750
P.O. Box Zip Codes 85702, 85703, 85707, 85717, 85720, 85722, 85725, 85726, 85728, 85731, 85732, 85733, 85734, 85738, 85740, 85751, 85752, 85754
Company Zip Codes 85709, 85721, 85723, 85724, 85744, 85775, 85777
Phone Area Codes 520
Time Zone Mountain (-7 hours from GMT)
Daylight Savings The city does not observes Daylight Saving Time.
Latitude 32.221
Longitude -110.925

Tucson Climate

Nearest Weather Stations

Notes:

  • Temp ranges are avg daily min and max for the month
  • Precipitation is rainfall (and rainfall equiv of snowfall)

Station TUCSON
Distance 1.6 miles
Jan Temp 42 to 66 F
Apr Temp 54 to 82 F
Jul Temp 77 to 101 F
Oct Temp 60 to 85 F
Annual Precip 12 inches
Station TUCSON CAMP AVE EXP FM
Distance 4.5 miles
Jan Temp 35 to 67 F
Apr Temp 46 to 83 F
Jul Temp 72 to 101 F
Oct Temp 53 to 86 F
Annual Precip 12.4 inches
Station TUCSON INTL AP
Distance 6.3 miles
Jan Temp 39 to 65 F
Apr Temp 51 to 82 F
Jul Temp 73 to 100 F
Oct Temp 57 to 84 F
Annual Precip 12.1 inches

Neighborhood and Nearby Area Names

According to the US Postal Service, Tucson, its neighborhoods, and/or surrounding areas are also referred to as:

Coronado (85711)

Fort Lowell (85715)

Kino (85705)

Mission (85706)

Rincon (85730, 85747, 85748, 85710)

Saddlebrooke (85739)

Sun (85719, 85716)

Note that not all alternate names are acceptable for use in US Post Office addresses.

Nearby Cities and Towns

Location Population Median Family Income
Marana 38,280 $78,634
Oro Valley 41,965 $90,276
Sahuarita 25,430 $69,632
South Tucson 5,686 $24,286

Source: American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau, 2015, www.census.gov/programs-surveys/acs/.

Tucson Public Libraries

Library
Tucson-pima Public Library
101 N. STONE AVE.
Tucson, Arizona
(520) 791-4391

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Tucson Hospitals

TUCSON HEART HOSPITAL
(Proprietary)
4888 N STONE AVE
(520) 696-2328
Emergency Service: Yes

CARONDELET ST JOSEPHS HOSPITAL AND HEALTH CENTER
(Voluntary non-profit - Church)
350 NORTH WILMOT ROAD
(520) 873-3000
Emergency Service: Yes

TUCSON MEDICAL CENTER
(Voluntary non-profit - Other)
5301 EAST GRANT ROAD
(520) 327-5461
Emergency Service: Yes

UNIVERSITY PHYSICIANS HEALTHCARE HOSPITAL AT KINO
(Voluntary non-profit - Private)
2800 EAST AJO WAY
(520) 294-4471
Emergency Service: Yes

UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
(Voluntary non-profit - Private)
1501 NORTH CAMPBELL AVENUE
(520) 694-0111
Emergency Service: Yes

NORTHWEST MEDICAL CENTER
(Proprietary)
6200 NORTH LA CHOLLA BOULEVARD
(520) 742-9000
Emergency Service: Yes

CARONDELET ST MARYS HOSPITAL & HEALTH CENTER
(Proprietary)
1601 WEST ST MARY'S ROAD
(520) 872-3000
Emergency Service: Yes

NORTHWEST MEDICAL CENTER ORO VALLEY, LLC
(Voluntary non-profit - Private)
1551 EAST TANGERINE DRIVE
(520) 901-3539
Emergency Service: Yes

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Tucson High Schools

(Sorted by Number of Students)

TUCSON MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL
400 N. SECOND AVENUE
520-225-5000
Serves 2,764 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 18

MOUNTAIN VIEW HIGH SCHOOL
3901 W. LINDA VISTA BLVD.
520-579-4400
Serves 2,084 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 20.9

SAHUARO HIGH SCHOOL
545 N. CAMINO SECO
520-731-7100
Serves 1,992 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 22.3

SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL
1725 E BILBY RD
520-545-5300
Serves 1,983 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 18.8

PUEBLO HIGH MAGNET SCHOOL
3500 S. 12TH AVE.
520-225-4300
Serves 1,940 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 16.7

FLOWING WELLS HIGH SCHOOL
3725 N FLOWING WELLS RD
520-690-2404
Serves 1,888 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 21.9

CATALINA FOOTHILLS HIGH SCHOOL
4300 E SUNRISE DR
520-577-5090
Serves 1,872 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 20.6

CANYON DEL ORO HIGH SCHOOL
25 WEST CALLE CONCORDIA
520-696-5560
Serves 1,851 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 21.8

AMPHITHEATER HIGH SCHOOL
125 W YAVAPAI ROAD
520-696-5340
A Title I School.
Serves 1,690 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 19.4

SABINO HIGH SCHOOL
5000 NORTH BOWES ROAD
520-584-7700
Serves 1,659 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 24

IRONWOOD RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
2475 WEST NARANJA DRIVE
520-696-3900
Serves 1,659 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 23.7

MARANA HIGH SCHOOL
12000 W. EMIGH RD.
520-616-6400
Serves 1,645 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 22.4

CHOLLA HIGH MAGNET SCHOOL
2001 W. STARR PASS BLVD.
520-225-4000
Serves 1,630 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 16.6

PALO VERDE HIGH MAGNET SCHOOL
1302 S. AVENIDA VEGA
520-584-7400
Serves 1,564 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 20.4

CATALINA HIGH MAGNET SCHOOL
3645 E. PIMA
520-232-8400
Serves 1,538 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 18.6

DESERT VIEW HIGH SCHOOL
4101 EAST VALENCIA ROAD
520-545-5100
Serves 1,531 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 20.4

SANTA RITA HIGH SCHOOL
3951 S. PANTANO RD
520-731-7504
Serves 1,274 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 21.7

RINCON HIGH SCHOOL
421 ARCADIA
520-232-5600
Serves 1,194 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 18.8

UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL
421 N. ARCADIA BLVD.
520-232-5900
Serves 644 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 20.4

TUCSON ACCELERATED HIGH SCHOOL
7820 E. WRIGHTSTOWN ROAD
520-722-4721
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 390 students.

ALTA VISTA CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL
5040 S. CAMPBELL AVENUE
520-294-4922
A Charter School.
Serves 381 students.

PRESIDIO HIGH SCHOOL
1695 E. FT. LOWELL
520-881-5222
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 324 students.

ACCELERATED LEARNING LABORATORY
5245 N. CAMINO DE OESTE
520-743-1113
A Charter School.
Serves 319 students.

SONORAN SCIENCE ACADEMY
2255 W INA RD
520-797-9836
A Charter School.
Serves 283 students.

EASTPOINTE HIGH SCHOOL
8495 E. BROADWAY
520-731-8180
A Charter School.
Serves 279 students.

BASIS SCHOOL
3825 EAST 2ND ST
520-326-6367
A Charter School.
Serves 247 students.

COMPASS HIGH SCHOOL
8250 E. 22ND ST. 128
520-296-4070
A Charter School.
Serves 242 students.

MOUNTAIN ROSE ACADEMY
3686 W. ORANGE GROVE RD. 192
520-229-1777
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 239 students.

SOUTHERN ARIZONA COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL
2470 NORTH TUCSON BOULEVARD
520-319-6113
A Charter School.
Serves 224 students.

PPEP TEC - CELESTINO FERNANDEZ LEARNING CENTER
1840 E. BENSON HIGHWAY
520-889-8276
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 211 students.

LUZ ACADEMY OF TUCSON
2797 NORTH INTROSPECT DRIVE
520-882-6216
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 206 students.

AMERISCHOOLS ACADEMY - COUNTRY CLUB
1150 N. COUNTRY CLUB
520-620-1100
A Charter School.
Serves 199 students.

CANYON ROSE ACADEMY
2401 S. WILMONT RD
520-514-5112
A Charter School.
Serves 193 students.

HOWENSTINE HIGH SCHOOL
555 SOUTH TUCSON BLVD.
520-232-7300
A Non-traditional School
Serves 188 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 8.5

NOSOTROS ACADEMY
440 N. GRANDE AVE.
520-624-1023
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 186 students.

VAIL CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL
9040 S. RITA ROAD
520-382-3200
A Charter School.
Serves 181 students.

S.T.A.R. ACADEMIC CENTER
5093 S. LIBERTY
520-545-2300
Serves 179 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 21.1

DESERT ROSE ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL
20 W. FT LOWELL
520-696-0819
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 176 students.

CAPE SCHOOL-JUVENILE
2225 EAST AJO WAY
520-740-4724
Serves 170 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 21.3

PROJECT MORE HIGH SCHOOL
440 S. PARK
520-225-2600
A Non-traditional School
Serves 170 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 10.6

ACADEMY OF TUCSON HIGH SCHOOL
10720 E. 22ND STREET
520-733-0096
A Charter School.
Serves 165 students.

ALTERNATIVE COMPUTERIZED EDUCATION (ACE) CHARTER H
1901 N. STONE AVE.
520-628-8316
A Non-traditional School
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 164 students.

SCHOOL FOR INTEGRATED ACADEMICS AND TECHNOLOGIES
901 SOUTH CAMPBELL AVENUE
520-791-3016
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 158 students.

HA:SAN PREPARATORY & LEADERSHIP CHARTER SCHOOL
1333 E. 10TH ST.
520-882-8826
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 153 students.

DESERT MOSAIC SCHOOL
5757 W. AJO HIGHWAY
520-578-2022
A Charter School.
Serves 152 students.

TEENAGE PARENT PROGRAM - TAPP
102 N. PLUMER
520-225-3250
A Non-traditional School
A Title I School.
Serves 149 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 21.3

PPEP TEC - JOHN DAVID ARNOLD LEARNING CENTER
4140 W. INA ROAD SUITE 118-11
520-579-8560
A Charter School.
Serves 128 students.

TUCSON PREPARATORY SCHOOL
1525 N. ORACLE RD.
520-622-4185
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 112 students.

CALLI OLLIN ACADEMY
200 N. STONE AVE. THIRD FLOO
520-882-3029
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 111 students.

TUCSON URBAN LEAGUE ACADEMY
2305 S. PARK AVENUE
520-622-3651
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 109 students.

PIMA PARTNERSHIP SCHOOL THE
1346 NORTH STONE AVENUE
520-326-2528
A Charter School.
A Title I School.
Serves 109 students.

AZTLAN ACADEMY
3376 S. 6TH AVE.
520-573-1500
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 107 students.

AMERISCHOOLS COLLEGE PREPARATORY ACADEMY - TUCSON
7444 E. BROADWAY BLVD.
520-722-1200
A Charter School.
Serves 107 students.

EDGE CHARTER SCHOOL - HIMMEL PARK
2555 E. FIRST ST. #111
520-881-1389
A Non-traditional School
A Charter School.
A Title I School.
Serves 102 students.

FLOWING WELLS ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION CENTER
1949 W. GARDNER LANE
520-690-2389
Serves 99 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 99

PIMA VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
2805 E. AJO WAY
520-903-0102
A Charter School.
A Title I School.
Serves 98 students.

PASS ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL
2102 E. BROADWAY
520-225-2500
Serves 97 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 32.3

TRANSFORMATIONAL LEARNING CENTERS
2555 N. STONE AVE.
520-628-1404
A Charter School.
A Title I School.
Serves 81 students.

PPEP TEC - VICTOR SOLTERO LEARNING CENTER
8230 E. 22ND STREET SUITES 10
520-290-9167
A Charter School.
Serves 79 students.

TOLTECALI ACADEMY
251 W. IRVINTON RD
520-882-3029
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 76 students.

RILLITO CENTER
266 E PASTIME ROAD
520-696-6420
A Special Education School
Serves 64 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 8

VISION CHARTER SCHOOL
5901 S. CALLE SANTA CRUZ
520-444-0241
A Charter School.
Serves 55 students.

PPEP TEC - JAN OLSON LEARNING CENTER
8822 E. BROADWAY
520-751-9330
A Charter School.
Serves 53 students.

ACADEMIC & PERSONAL EXCELLENCE HIGH SCHOOL
2859 E. ELVIRA RD. D
520-889-4246
A Charter School.
Serves 50 students.

DOWNTOWN ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL
118 S 5TH AVENUE
520-622-2979
Serves 42 students.

MARY MEREDITH K-12 SCHOOL
755 N MAGNOLIA AVE
480-232-8200
A Non-traditional School
A Title I School.
Serves 41 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 4.6

SOUTHWEST ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL
6855 S. MARK ROAD
520-908-3980
A Title I School.
Serves 41 students.

HOMEBOUND
1725 E BILBY RD
520-545-5468
Serves 38 students.

EDGE CHARTER SCHOOL - PASCUA YAQUI
4747 W. CALLE VICAM
520-879-5874
A Charter School.
A Title I School.
Serves 28 students.

CAPE SCHOOL-ADULT
1270 WEST SILVERLAKE RD.
520-547-8259
A Title I School.
Serves 27 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 13.5

AZTEC MIDDLE COLLEGE - EAST
8181 E. IRVINGTON BLDG E-5
520-206-7423
Serves 23 students.

AZTEC MIDDLE COLLEGE
2202 W ANKLAM RD
520-206-6841
Serves 21 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 21

ART WORKS ACADEMY
3601 EAST BROADWAY
520-881-8537
Serves 21 students.

MARY MEREDITH HIGH SCHOOL
755 NORTH MAGNOLIA AVENUE
520-232-8200
Serves 20 students.

EDGE CHARTER SCHOOL - CHILD AND FAMILY RESOURCES
2800 E. BROADWAY
520-881-8940
A Charter School.
A Title I School.
Serves 16 students.

AZTEC MIDDLE COLLEGE NORTHWEST
7600 N. SHANNON ROAD BLDG. D
520-206-2258
Serves 14 students.

DIRECT LINK II
445 S. PARK
520-225-2698
Serves 8 students.

EL HOGAR DE LA PAZ
450 EAST WETMORE ROAD
520-696-4065

RINCON CONNECTIONS
422 N. ARCADIA AVENUE
520-225-6641

ARIZONA VIRTUAL ACADEMY
1840 EAST BENSON HIGHWAY
520-623-1483
A Charter School.

MULTI EDUCATIONAL LEARNING CENTER
5101 S. LIBERTY AVE
520-545-2300

INSCAPE ALTERNATIVE
1949 W GARDNER
520-690-2380
A Non-traditional School

SAN JOAQUIN ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL
5940 NORTH SAN JOAQUIN AVE.
520-696-3720
A Non-traditional School

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