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The Town Of Pima Arizona

In 2015, the Pima Town Council began efforts to develop a General Plan in accordance with the statutes of the State of Arizona.
Pima was founded by Mormon settlers in 1879. It was originally named Smithville. The first settlers had been living in Forrest Dale, but then were told they had to leave because the location was on Indian land. Unlike other Mormon settlements of the era, Smithville was not planned by the leaders of the church.

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General Plan in accordance with the statutes of the State of Arizona.
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The Pima Town Council meet the 2nd Tuesday of every month unless it is a holiday,
in which case they will meet on the following Tuesday.
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  • 110 W. Center, Pima AZ 85543
  • admin@pimatown.az.gov
  • (928) 485-2611
  • 70 S. 200 W. Pima AZ 85543
  • (928) 485-2822