You can learn about Sahuarita’s long-term plans at two open-house meetings next week.
A landowner embroiled in a legal battle with Pima County over politics and a disputed southeast intersection is asking the city to annex his land.
The Sahuarita Town Council could give its final approval Monday to annex 215 acres of vacant land at the southeast corner of Interstate 19 and Pima Mine Road.
Oro Valley is weeks from expanding its borders to encompass Tohono Chul Park and surrounding, currently unincorporated areas.
Annexation of land, homes and business' adjacent to the city of Tucson is a topic of conversation and controversy that has led a long, unsettled life.
The Tucson City Council did the right thing last week by stating plainly that it won't oppose Vail's efforts to incorporate.
Sahuarita is a "young, ambitious community" with many opportunities, said Mayor Duane Blumberg.
Fire chiefs from two fire departments made their cases to about 200 Foothills residents Wednesday about why their service is best.
Foothills residents are invited to attend a moderated discussion tonight on the pros and cons of annexation into the Golder Ranch Fire District.
Progress has been stalled on plans for the mixed-use development called Rio Verde Village.
An insatiable appetite for new sales-tax revenue is leading the city of Tucson into a suspect preannexation and rezoning agreement for land around East River and North Craycroft roads, according to County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry.
The city zoning examiner has given the OK to a hotel and commercial development on the southeast corner of River and Craycroft roads although he is recommending fewer homes be allowed than the builder wants.
To the dismay of many neighbors, the city is moving rapidly on a proposal to annex and rezone land at River and Craycroft roads for a seven-story hotel and other commercial development.
The town of Oro Valley has set its sights on 107 acres of unincorporated land northwest of North Oracle Road and West Ina Road.
Like several of his predecessors, Tucson Mayor Jonathan
Rothschild believes in "mountain-to-mountain annexation." He just
doesn't believe Tucson has to be the one doing all the