This page provides a brief description and the contact information for several departments in the City of Tucson.
Community Services Department
Community Services, located at 310 N. Commerce Park Loop, Tucson, Arizona 85745, improves the quality of life of Tucson residents through housing and community service programs. Such programs impact families by strengthening and enhancing a desirable social, economic, and physical environment through the coordination of public and private resources. CONTACT INFO
General Services Department
The mission of the General Services Department is to ensure effective, uninterrupted municipal services to City departments and to the community by providing well-designed and maintained City facilities. It also provides efficiently-managed fleet acquisition and maintenance programs, professionally-operated and maintained public safety and general services communications systems, and technical resources for energy management and telecommunications development.
PHONE: (520) 791-3101
Department of Transportation
TDOT provides services necessary for the maintenance and development of the City's transportation and drainage infrastructure.
PHONE: (520) 791-4371
The mission of the Finance Department is to provide financial services and controls in support of a complex governmental organization and maintain the financial integrity of the city.
The Finance Department is located at:
City Hall, 5th Floor
255 W. Alameda
Tucson, Arizona, 85701
PHONE: (520) 791-4893
FAX: (520) 791-4941
The mission of the Tucson Fire Department is to protect and serve the community through comprehensive life safety and property conservation programs administered in a fiscally responsible manner.
For fire or medical emergencies, call 911.
Human Resources Department
The Human Resources Department provides personnel services to other City departments and employees in accordance with the policies and programs of the Mayor and Council, Civil Service Commission, and the City Manager.
PHONE: (520) 791-5956
FAX: (520) 791-4236
JOB LINE: (520) 791-5068
Parks and Recreation Department
The City of Tucson's Parks and Recreation Department is your connection for sports, leisure, classes, and entertainment. City parks, pools, tennis courts and golf courses, along with recreation and neighborhood centers, offer you year-round programs and activities. Join a league, take a class or enjoy a concert. It's all here for you!
Click here for a list of phone number contacts.
Pima County Health Department
The mission of the Pima County Health Department is to promote and protect the health of the people of Pima County Arizona.
Call (520) 791-8866 for general information, or click here to view their list of frequently used telephone numbers.
PHONE: (520) 791-4505
FAX: (520) 791-4130
The Tucson Police Department Info-Station provides public access to police information via the Internet.
For emergencies requiring a City of Tucson police officer, call 911. For general information and to report crimes not in progress, call 791-4444 (8 a.m. - 10 p.m. daily).
For additional TPD contact info, click here.
The goal of the Procurement Department is to ensure that Tucson taxpayers receive the maximum value for every expenditure. Towards that goal, the department encourages qualified vendors to participate in doing business with the City of Tucson.
The Procurement Department is located at:
City Hall, 6th Floor
255 W. Alameda
Tucson, Arizona, 85701
PHONE: (520) 791-4217
FAX: (520) 791-4735
Tucson Water Department
Tucson Water's mission is to ensure customer satisfaction by consistently delivering high quality water and service in a cost-efficient, environmentally responsible manner, today, and for the future.
FOR EMERGENCIES: CALL (520) 791-4133 (24-HOURS)
For customer service, billing, or water quality questions, call (520) 791-3242.
Tours of Tucson Water facilities are offered on a regular basis. Call (520) 791-4331 to reach the public information office.
Water quality information for the new blend of recharged Colorado River water and groundwater is available on the Tucson Water website or by calling (520) 791-4227.