Downloads

Note on File Layout Information:

The File Layout Information was developed from the actual Assessor database files. The information consists of a description of the indexes defined within the Assessor's Office Local Area Network and a description of the PHYSICAL qualities of each FIELD within the database. (This is NOT a description or explanation of the actual data stored WITHIN the fields.) These descriptions are provided in order to assist you in developing your own relational information system based upon Pima County Assessor data.


DISCLAIMER:

Every reasonable effort has been made to insure the accuracy of this information. However, it does not constitute the official tax roll of Pima County, as described in , and no warranty, express or implied, is made regarding such accuracy. In addition, some data may be preliminary or incomplete. Any reliance upon this data is made at the sole risk of the user, and Pima County accepts no liability for any damages arising from such reliance.


Public Records Requests

The download files have been created for public use. Please fill out a public records request for any desired information not found in the downloads or on the parcel detail pages themselves. Per Administrative Procedure 4-4 , the Clerk of the Board processes all public information requests.

The web form can be submitted from the Pima County Public Records Request page. If you prefer to submit a paper form, contact the Clerk of the Board at (520) 724-8449.

Note: All the data files in this library are compressed into a ".ZIP" file

If there is a problem accessing the data in these areas, please email the System Administrator

A Note about Legislative Classes and these files:

Pursuant to through the Legislative Class numbers were changed. All files for download for {{RPSelectedTaxYear}} now contain the new class numbers. Thus, no conversion will be necessary.

Users of this data should be aware that the numbering scheme for Legislative Classes was changed in 2001 pursuant to through . However, the Assessor has elected to maintain the previous numbering in the class indicators for these files. A conversion table is applied to translate this data into the new numbering when Notices of Value or other formal documents are issued. Members of the public who wish to utilize these files to support the preparation of Petitions for Review or other remedies should complete a similar conversion before appeals are filed. A link to the Legislative Class Conversion Table is supplied to help you.

Unitary Market Value for Notice and Supplemental Files:

For most residential properties, we no longer separate land and improvement values in the data. Rather a total value (currentfcv) contains the sum of the land and improvement values. The value is a unitary market value. UMV is considered as one subject and not to be broken into separate components of land and improvements.

A Note about Legislative Classes and these files:

Pursuant to through the Legislative Class numbers were changed. All files for download for {{PPSelectedTaxYear}} now contain the new class numbers. Thus, no conversion will be necessary.

Users of this data should be aware that the numbering scheme for Legislative Classes was changed in 2001 pursuant to through . However, the Assessor has elected to maintain the previous numbering in the class indicators for these files. A conversion table is applied to translate this data into the new numbering when Notices of Value or other formal documents are issued. Members of the public who wish to utilize these files to support the preparation of Petitions for Review or other remedies should complete a similar conversion before appeals are filed. A link to the Legislative Class Conversion Table is supplied to help you.

Unitary Market Value for Notice and Supplemental Files:

For most residential properties, we no longer separate land and improvement values in the data. Rather a total value (currentfcv) contains the sum of the land and improvement values. The value is a unitary market value. UMV is considered as one subject and not to be broken into separate components of land and improvements.

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NCC Data Exchange Specification:

The Department of Revenue (DOR) has created the NCC Data Exchange Specification that outlines the data that is to be exchanged between the department and non-client counties each year in order for counties to be compliant with the requirements of

{{DORSelectedTaxYear}} Property Class Summary:

The Department of Revenue produces a property class summary annually that outlines current property classes, assessment ratio and class description.

Real Property Corrections
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Reference Data
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Map Library
Brochures
Name
Agricultural Property Assessments (Click here for Spanish)
Property Appeals Process (Click here for Spanish)
Business Services
Disabled Persons (Click here for Spanish)
New Homebuyers Property Tax (Click here for Spanish)
Rapid Response (Click here for Spanish)
Senior Valuation Protection (Click here for Spanish)
Widow / Widower's Exemption (Click here for Spanish)
Mobile Homes (Click here for Spanish)
Annual Reports
Name
2023 Annual Report
2022 Annual Report