Online Resources, Fees, Maps & Records

Online Permits

The City of Tucson now offers limited plan review services online.

Fee Schedules

  • General Fee Information
  • Impact Fees - Fees on new development that are invested back into our community for capital improvements to roads and parks.
  • Building Valuation - A method of valuating structures based on direction from the International Code Council.

Planning & Development Services Department accepts cash, check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.

Reports

Reports are posted regularly to keep you up to date with current permit and review activity.

Research

Property Research Online (PRO) - PRO is a tool for locating property information. You can find the parcel data by searching for an address or Assessor Parcel Number including Development Activity. If you do not have this information, you can visually search for the property on a map.

MapTucson - Click on the map index to find neighborhoods, liquor licenses, code violations, historic preservation, voting precincts and housing rehab. Searchable by: Address; Parcel; Last Name; Street Intersections; Neighborhood; Schools; and, Subdivision. View other Map Resources for the City of Tucson.

Public Records - Access to plans and construction documents for many buildings inside City limits as far back as the 1950's.

Public Records Request (PDF) - Fill out the request prior to arrival.