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Do you have questions about your new Voter ID Card?

As a registered voter in Pima County, you were sent a new Voter ID Card with updated legislative and congressional district information. New district boundaries were drawn after the 2020 Census.

Unfortunately, this new information hasn't been updated on a lot of non-Pima County websites, which still have old information.

To get the most up-to-date information on the new districts, go to recorder.pima.gov/districtmaps, which links Pima County's map with the updated information. An earlier version of our map did not have the correct information.

To use the map:

  • Click "Show the Layer List" on the left under the Disclaimer notice. If you don't see the Disclaimer, click the right arrow at the top to the left of "I want to . . ."
  • Scroll down to "Districts" or type it into the space where it says "Filter Layers"
  • Click the "+" to the left of "Districts"
  • Click the box to the left of "Legislative Districts," "Supervisor Districts," etc.
  • If you have any questions, you can call us at 520-724-4330.

Thank you for your patience.

Important street closures affecting Downtown commuters

  • People traveling Downtown should be prepared for several road closures that may affect their travel plans. Read More
  • The Sixth Avenue and Seventh Street intersection is fully closed. Travelers will not be able to reach Toole Avenue from the north on Sixth Avenue.

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