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Most Accela users need to register for an account. Users who are looking to view basic permit information or submit a property complaint are not required to register. In order to submit a permit application or schedule inspections, you will need an account.
You need to have created an account with Accela Citizen Access and be logged in to schedule an inspection. If fees are due, you will not be able to schedule inspections.
For the most part, yes. You will not be able to register for an account with your mobile device -- you will need to use a desktop computer for account registration.
You may find that switching how you view Accela on your mobile device from mobile to desktop view, or vice versa, can help with some functions.
Contact the ACA Help Desk at ACAhelpdesk@sahuaritaaz.gov. Please provide a detailed description of what you need help with, the date and time that any error may have occurred, a screenshot of the error message, and your contact information.
See STC 3.10.180 Fee Schedule for current fees.
HSSA operates its main shelter at 635 W. Roger Road in Tucson.
HSSA will accept all animals brought into its main shelter by the Sahuarita ACO or Police Officers.
If you have captured a stray animal, please call the Sahuarita ACO.
Call HSSA. HSSA priortizes returning animals to their homes. If your pet is taken to HSSA, HSSA will do everything it can to help reunite you with your pet.
Pet owners can surrender their animal to The Animal League of Green Valley or HSSA.To schedule an appointment with HSSA, call 520-327-6088 x111. Owners are charged a one-time drop-off fee, which covers vaccinations, health check, microchip and spay/neuter if needed, boarding and adoption.
To determine your residence is in the Town of Sahuarita, please check the Pima County GIS Street Address Number Search.
No, the Town of Sahuarita only licenses dogs of owners who live within the Town boundaries. Pima County residents can license their dogs through Pima Animal Care Center (PACC). To check where to license (it can be confusing with different ZIP codes), go to the Pima County GIS site, search your street address number, and view the jurisdiction column.
The Sahuarita ACO at 520-445-7877 (PUPS).
Seek immediate medical attention and call 911.
Arizona Game and Fish, 520-628-5376, or online.
Call the Town of Sahuarita Public Works Streets Department at 520-344-7100. They will attempt to contact the local livestock owner.
Certain businesses are allowed to be home-based. A business license and home occupation permit are required. As part of the business license process, you will indicate whether your business is to be a home-based business or not. If so, you will be asked to fill out a Home Occupation application. Planning & Zoning will review the application and determine whether your business meets the criteria to be allowed as a home-based business. In general, businesses are allowed to be home-based when there is minimal neighborhood impact based on the amount of traffic to the business and the potential for noise or other elements that may have a negative impact on the neighborhood.
Criteria for home-based businesses are found in STC 18.09.030.
Unfortunately, the Town does not enforce CC&Rs. The Planning & Zoning Division enforces the zoning code.
If you'd like to place signs along Sahuarita's roadways, a Temporary Off-Site Sign Permit is required. This process requires a public hearing before the Planning & Zoning Commission. If you'd like to find out more, contact Planning & Zoning for details.
Political signs are treated differently under state law, which is why they are seen in great numbers during election seasons.
Addresses are based on zip codes, which do not always match jurisdictional boundaries. The Sahuarita zip code extends past the Town of Sahuarita boundaries, so while you may have a Sahuarita address, your property might fall under Pima County's jurisdiction.
Likewise, portions of the Green Valley zip code fall within the Town of Sahuarita, so certain Sahuarita residents (Quail Creek in particular) have a Green Valley zip code.
If you're not sure which jurisdiction you live in, there are a few ways to find out:
Addresses are based on zip codes, which do not always match jurisdictional boundaries. Portions of the Green Valley zip code fall within the Town of Sahuarita, so certain Sahuarita residents (Quail Creek in particular) have a Green Valley zip code.
Likewise, the Sahuarita zip code extends past the Town of Sahuarita boundaries, so while you may have a Sahuarita address, your property might fall under Pima County's jurisdiction.
No, Sahuarita does not charge impact fees or property taxes. The property taxes that Sahuarita property owners pay are all designated to entities other than the Town of Sahuarita (school district, fire district, Pima County, etc.).
If you have a chronic traffic problem in your neighborhood (speeding, racing, dangerous OHV operation), please call 520-344-7000.
All property being used as evidence must be approved for release by an officer, detective or detective sergeant, prosecutor and/or judge before we can return it to the owners. All evidence is stored in a safe place until it is no longer needed for a case. If you have questions about your property being held as evidence, contact the detective or officer involved with your case.
All property retained as evidence must be approved for release by an officer, detective or detective sergeant, prosecutor and/or judge before it can be returned to the owner(s). All evidence is stored in a secure section of the Police Department until it is no longer required.
If you have questions about the retention of your property, contact the detective or officer assigned to your case at (520)344-7000.
If you are unable to pick up your property, you may ask someone to pick it up on your behalf. Your designee must have a legal notarized statement from you authorizing him/her to pick up your items. A member of the Property & Evidence Bureau must be notified in advance that someone else will be picking up your property. Your designee must present his/her valid, government-issued photo identification.
You may call the Property & Evidence Bureau at (520)344-7000, option 6 from the phone menu.
Additional meetings such as study sessions and special meetings may be called at the direction of the Mayor and Council. These meetings are scheduled on an as needed basis for the purpose of information and discussion and possible action. Public input is not usually taken at a study session as the meeting is for informational purposes only.
At each point in the meeting when it is appropriate for citizens to speak the Mayor will so indicate. Each citizen wishing to speak should approach the microphone and state your name for the record. All comments must be addressed to the Town Council as a whole and not to an individual Council Member and must be limited to three minutes or less. No person, other than the individual speaking, shall enter into the discussion without the Mayor’s permission.
State Law requires that Call to the Public be limited to discussions on Town issues which are on the Consent Agenda and/or issues which the Town can lawfully act upon at a future meeting. No discussion is permitted on issues over which the Town Council does not have the power to act in the future.
Remarks must be limited to three minutes or less and should only consist of general statements about the Town or the Town Council as a whole, and not personal attacks or direct arguments. If the issue you are raising is not listed on the agenda, State Law prohibits the Town council from discussing your issue, or even responding to your concern at this meeting.
At the conclusion of Call to the Public, individual members of the Town Council may respond to criticism made by those who have addressed the Council; ask staff to review the matter, or request that the matter be placed on a future agenda.