Archives in Tucson, Arizona

There are 5 Archives in Tucson, Arizona, serving a population of 530,905 people in an area of 231 square miles. There is 1 Archives per 106,181 people, and 1 Archives per 46 square miles.

In Arizona, Tucson is ranked 2nd of 494 cities in Archives per capita, and 3rd of 494 cities in Archives per square mile.

List of Tucson Archives

Find Tucson, Arizona archives.


Pima County Building Records Archive 201 North Stone Avenue Tucson, AZ

Pima County Felony Records Archive 32 North Stone Avenue Tucson, AZ

Pima County Legal Records Archive 110 West Congress Street Tucson, AZ

Pima County Records Archive 1305 South Mission Road Tucson, AZ

Tucson Assessment Records Archive 255 West Alameda Street Tucson, AZ

About Tucson Archives

Tucson Archives are collections of permanently valuable records that pertain to organizations, governments, or businesses in Tucson, AZ. Archived records include correspondence, reports, manuscripts, minutes, and other forms of documented evidence of past events. They can be used for research and analysis of past events, establishing or verifying legal claims, and preserving Tucson history. A repository of Archives is typically housed in a building designated for that purpose. Tucson Archives include museums, churches and other faith-based organizations, universities and colleges, businesses, and genealogical groups and societies.

You may contact the Archives for questions about:
  • Tucson public records
  • Historical documents, directories, and photographs
  • Tucson military records
  • Arizona historical records
  • Genealogy records in Tucson, AZ