Welcome to Pima - Pioneers of the Valley
The Town of Pima is a small rural community nestled in the Gila Valley (named after the Gila River), near the foothills of majestic Mount Graham. Pima is at an elevation of 2,835 feet. Known as the "Pioneers of the Valley" – The Town of Pima was founded in 1879 and was first called Smithville. It was later known as the Village of Pima, and then became the Town of Pima when it was incorporated on May 1st, 1916. The Town of Pima is approximately 152 miles southeast of Phoenix; 128 miles northeast of Tucson; and 8 miles northwest of Thatcher in Graham County. Current population is approximately 2,500. The Town of Pima prides itself as a community with a rich history of friendly neighbors, high-quality schools, and a town government that cares deeply about its residents and visitors. Pima is a business-friendly community with exceptional amenities and accessible proximity to markets throughout the Southwest and Mexico.
News and Events:
Posted by: pimatownPima Pool opens May 19th, click here for more information
Posted by: pimatownRegister at Pima Town Hall: Friday, April 28th 3pm-6pm, Saturday, April 29th 11am-1pm Friday, May 5th 4pm-6pm Saturday, May 6th 11am-1pm
Posted by: pimatown2o17 Little League Registration will be at Pima Town Hall April 3 – April 21 between 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. April 5, 12, and 14 between 6:00 p.m. – 8:00p.m. Call Lee Haws at (928) 322-2032 if you have any questions.
Posted by: pimatownUnited Way Sponsorship $2,600.00 for officer on-body cameras
Posted by: pimatownSan Carlos Apache Nation Apache Gold Casino Revenue Sharing awards the Pima Police department with $3,480.00 for first-aid kits, flash lights, and officer and public safety items.
Posted by: pimatownThe Governor's Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) generously awarded a grant of $5,000.00 to the Pima Police Department to enhance our efforts toward Aggressive Driver/Occupant Safety and Driving Under the Influence (DUI) enforcement
Posted by: pimatownA long-term planning document required by statute. Chapter One explains the purpose of the General Plan.