- Town Council
- Agendas and Minutes
- Boards and Commissions
- Community Facilities Districts
- Governing Documents
- Municipal Court
- State, Federal and Local Resources
- Town Code
- 2020 Census
The Town of Sahuarita operates under a council-manager form of government. This means that the Sahuarita Town Council is responsible for the policy matters of the town and hire a town manager to oversee staff and carry out the day to day functions of the town.
The town council is elected by voting residents living within the Town of Sahuarita's jurisdiction. Elections are generally held in the fall of even numbered years.
Community facilities districts are special purpose, tax levying, public improvement districts (in accordance with Title 48, Chapter 4, Article 6 of the Arizona Revised Statutes.
These districts are local governments, distinct and separate from the Town of Sahuarita, with the ability to enter into contracts and to issue debt independently.
However, the districts are located within the town boundaries, and the town council sits as the governing board of each district.
The Town of Sahuarita holds regularly scheduled elections in the fall of even numbered years. The Town Clerk is the Election Official with responsibility for the elections. The Pima County Recorder’s Office and Pima County Elections Division supports the Town Clerk in the conduct of the Town elections.
The Town of Sahuarita Municipal Court upholds the law and administers justice fairly and efficiently, treating all who come to the court with dignity and respect.
The court operates by Arizona law to hear violations within the town’s limits. The court adjudicates all criminal/traffic misdemeanor cases, civil traffic cases, town code violations and certain juvenile offenses.
Here you will find information about local efforts to encourage local census response to the federal decennial census.The Town has formed a Complete Count Committee (CCC) led by the Mayor and comprised of trusted leaders from multiple sectors in the community, including elected officials from local and state governments, the school district, faith-based, non-profits, media, local businesses, Pima County and even residents like you.