ARS 13-3107 makes it a class six felony to discharge a firearm within or into the limits of any municipality (generally). So shooting inside the Town limits is probably prohibited. however there are several places that you can shoot and if you follow the link below to the Arizona Game and Fish website they have a map and list of all of the public shooting ranges in Arizona. Also Game and Fish has a host of resources to let you know what the rules are concerning discharging firearms at some place other then a range.
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Are you involved in or witnessing an emergency situation? If life or property is being immediately threatened, call 911. If the current circumstances don't require an immediate response, call our non-emergency phone number through the Pima County Sheriff's Office Dispatch at (520)351-4900. A Sahuarita Police Officer will respond to your location.
If you have a chronic traffic problem in your neighborhood (speeding, racing, dangerous vehicle operation), please call 520-344-7000.
If you are looking for a lost or stolen bicycle, a member of the Property and Evidence Section can assist you in determining if it was recovered. Please call, 520-344-7000, dial option 6 then follow the prompt to speak with a member.
Safekeeping property is an item(s) that is being stored for someone who may have been arrested, involved in an accident or was involved in a situation where the property was left behind at a scene. The owner of property being held in safekeeping may contact our Property and Evidence section to schedule an appointment to pick up their property by calling 520-344-7000, option 6. The Property and Evidence Section may dispose of this property if unclaimed after 90 days.
Individuals seeking the return of a firearm(s) that is in the custody or control of the Sahuarita Police Department, must call 344-7000, dial option 6, to speak with a member of the Property and Evidence section to begin the process of releasing a firearm(s). A firearms eligibility check will be conducted to determine if the applicant is lawfully eligible to possess firearms and the firearm itself will be run through an ATF check. This process can be lengthy, so appointments will not be set until all checks have been conducted and approved.
All evidence is stored in a safe place until it is no longer needed for a case. Before evidence is released, approval is required by an officer, detective or detective sergeant, prosecutor and/or judge before it can be returned to the owner(s). If you have questions about your property being held as evidence, call 520-344-7000 to speak to the detective or officer assigned to your case.
If you would like someone else pick up your property, your designee must have a legal notarized statement from you authorizing him/her to pick up your items. You must notify a member of the Property and Evidence section in advance that someone else will be picking up your property for you. On the day of the appointment, your designee must present a valid, personal, government issued photo identification.
The Sahuarita Police Department disposes of unclaimed property through auction, conversion to department or town use, or destruction following all state guidelines.
You may call our Sahuarita Municipal Court at 344-7150 and ask whether a warrant is active under your name. If you want to know whether you have an active warrant issued by another court, such as a county area justice court or Tucson, Marana, or Oro Valley court, you will have to contact those courts respectively. You may also go to https://apps.supremecourt.az.gov/publicaccess/caselookup.aspx which is a public access site for the AZ Supreme Court. This site may also have warrant information on individuals. Our Sahuarita Municipal Court reports our warrants to this site regularly, however, it is possible there could be a delay for a warrant to appear on the public site. There are times that warrants may not be public (sealed) and will not be listed on the website.