Pima County launches new search portal - Tucson News Now

Pima County launches new search portal

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - A new search portal will allow the public to access the information they need, when they need it.  The this new program will allow access to Board of Supervisors' meeting minutes, ordinances and resolutions, according to the Clerk of the Board.  

The following is currently held in the portal: approved Board of Supervisors/Other Board Meeting Minutes (from 1950 to present); adopted ordinances (from 1940 to present); adopted resolutions (from 1955 to present); reports/plans as adopted in the minutes (from 2006 to present). 

There are two query options are available, and Search Help Guides are also included to help in navigation as well as provide tips for finding specific information.  

A link to the portal can be found on the Clerk of the Board's webpage and can be found under Meeting Minutes, Ordinances and Resolutions  the link can also be found on various other county websites.

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