Tucson is located in the southeast of Arizona state. It is the administrative seat of the Pima County of Arizona, United States. Map of Tucson City is located in a valley near the Mexican border, just about 130 miles away from the Gulf of California. with a population of 542,629 in 2020, It is the second-largest city in Arizona and the 33rd largest city, and the 58th largest metropolitan area in the United States.
1775 is the official birthdate of Tucson. The City was then part of Mexico. In 1854, Tucson came under the jurisdiction of the United States when Southern Arizona was legally bought from Mexico. In 1863 Arizona became an official territory of the US and Tucson was the territorial capital between 1867 and 1877.
Tucson City Map Facts
|Location||Central part of the State|
|Founded||August 20, 1775|
|Incorporated||February 7, 1877|
|Area||240.79 sq mi (623.65 km2)|
|Total Population (2019)||548,073 (33rd Rank in US)|
|Population Dencity||2,279.12/sq mi (879.97/km2)|
|Zip Codes Code||85701-85775|
|Nearby Cities||Marana, Green Valley, Catalina Foothills, Oro Valley|
|Major Tourists’ Attraction||Amerind Foundation, Mission San Xavier, Mission San Xavier, Hotel Congress|
|Airport||Tucson International Airport (IATA: TUS, ICAO: KTUS)|
|State Routes||77, 86, 210|
|Climate||Hot semi-arid climate|
|Govt Body||Tucson City Council|
Political Map of Tucson City
Tucson is a city located in Pima County Arizona. It is a major city in the State of Arizona in the United States. Tucson City Political Map is located along the Santa Cruz River in the Sonoran Desert, 116 mi (190 km) southeast of Phoenix. Tucson has quite a large metropolitan area estimated to be close to 220 square miles and the downtown area of the city is located in the northwestern part of the metropolitan zone.
Blank Map of Tucson City
Tucson has a population of about 520,000 inhabitants, about 1 million people live in the Tucson metropolitan area. The city is home to the University of Arizona and its Arizona Museum of Art, and the Museum of Contemporary Arts, MOCA.
Geography Map of Tucson City
According to the United States Census Bureau, as of 2010, the City of Tucson has a land area of 226.71 square miles (587.2 km2). With the geographic coordinates, 32° 13′ 18″ N and 110° 55′ 35″ W, Tucson is at a distance of about 118 miles southeast of Phoenix, the capital of Arizona. Tucson has a hot desert climate, with two major seasons, hot summer and mild winter.
Road Map of Tucson City
Interstate 10 runs northwest through town, connecting Tucson to Phoenix in the northwest. I-19 runs south from Tucson toward Nogales and the U.S.-Mexico border. I-19 is the only Interstate highway that uses “kilometer posts” instead of “mileposts.”
Major Roads: 4th Ave, 6th Ave, Ajo Way, Alvernon Way, Broadway Blvd, Business Center Dr, Campbell Ave, Congress St, Drachman St, Freeway Rd, Golf Links Rd, Grant Rd, Houghton Rd, Kolb Rd