How to Find Records Online:
Records are available through Property Research Online (PRO), users can enter their address or permit (activity) number to search.
- Permits, plans, and inspections (from mid-1950’s – present)
- Certificate of Occupancy documents
- Plot and site plans for properties in the City Limits
Record not available on PRO?
The City of Tucson Planning and Development Services Department (PDSD) will no longer accept paper building plan documents submitted for review. Walkthrough service will be available, but the application and documents must be submitted in advance. There will be a grace period until Friday, January 31, 2020, for applications not submitted electronically.
Steps to submit an application electronically:
The City of Tucson Planning and Development Services Department (PDSD) was honored at the Metropolitan Pima Alliance (MPA) Common Ground Award ceremony for the 2019 Tech Tools. The yearly event is hosted by MPA to recognize community leaders, projects, and programs that have made significant contributions toward bridging divides and finding solutions to complex challenges in creative ways.
The current process for a Development Package to transition from an issued permit to a final project is being updated. The purpose is to unify all project stakeholders and a higher level of project quality assurance by having a more consistent approach. This updated process will affect new Development Packages submitted for review after Tuesday, October 1, 2019.
Development Package projects which involve any of the following are subject to the Pre-Construction/Engineer of Record Certification Process:
The City of Tucson collects Development Impact Fees to fund public infrastructure improvements needed due to new residential and nonresidential growth. Development Impact Fees are one time fees dedicated to expand roads, parks, police services, and fire services. These fees are set based on a report outlining growth projections and current and future infrastructure needs.
Plan Tucson, the City of Tucson’s General and Sustainability Plan, was adopted by voters in 2013. The City just released a Progress Report detailing key accomplishments in achieving the goals of Plan Tucson over the past five years. This report was presented to the City of Tucson Mayor and Council on May 7, 2019.
The City of Tucson’s Planning and Development Services Department (PDSD) held a ‘Development 101’ informal class on Tuesday, Jan. 29, in the Pima County Public Works Building. PDSD staff discussed the submittal and review process of development packages, subdivision plats, and lot splits regulated by Tucson’s Unified Development Code (UDC).
Effective January 1, 2019, the following applications are only accepted online, no paper:
The City of Tucson has selected Tyler Technologies’ Energov permitting system to replace the more than twenty-year old Permits Plus program. City staff went through a competitive procurement process to find a system that best meets the City’s collective needs for effective process management, enhanced transparency, improved coordination between Departments, extensive utilization of GIS, and integration with other programs such as financial, document management, and reporting systems.
YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND A PUBLIC MEETING ON THE SUNSET DATE OF THE MEDICAL MARIJUANA ORDINANCE. Currently, the City of Tucson Planning and Development Services Department (PDSD) are seeking feedback regarding Medical Marijuana regulations to help address approaching expiration of the governing ordinance on January, 31 2019. On or before this date, the Mayor and Council must extend the date, remove the date, or let the ordinance expire. This is why your feedback is so important!