Relocating your business to Tucson


Tucson is at a crossroads for many local, regional, and global markets. In addition to benefiting from a constant flow of products and services, Tucson's role as an economic gateway between nations in the Mountain Time Zone means same-day communication with both coasts, as well as with Canada and Mexico. The Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities (TREO) is your local resource. Click here.


Are you interested in relocating your business to Arizona? The Arizone Commerce Authority serves as a single point of contact for information. Click here.

Relocating your family to Tucson

Tucson is now the second-largest city in Arizona after the state capital Phoenix; it is also the county seat of Pima County, which includes the towns of Marana, Oro Valley, Catalina, South Tucson, Sahuarita, Vail, and Green Valley. Metropolitan Tucson's population is more than 1 million; this includes roughly 50,000 students and employees at the University of Arizona, the first university in Arizona, founded in 1885.
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Boasting an average 350 sunny days a year and warm dry air, Tucson's climate is ideal for year-round outdoor recreation. Winter temperatures average highs of 64-75 °F, perfect for major events including Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossils Showcase, WGC-Accenture Match Play Golf Championship, La Fiesta de los Vaqueros-Tucson Rodeo, and the Festival of Books. Other prominent annual events are El Tour de Tucson, Tucson International Mariachi Conference, Southwest Wings Birding Festival, and New Year's Competition Powwow.

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Things to Do In Tucson

Frequently Asked Questions About Tucson

Where are you? How can I get to you?

Tucson is located in the southern part of Arizona, between Phoenix and the Mexican border along Interstate 10. The Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is located at 823 East Speedway Blvd., Tucson Arizona 85719, near the Tucson Museum of Art and historic Districts that feature galleries and performances and the University of Arizona.

How hot does it get?

Tucson's mild climate is legendary. The annual average is 82 degrees Fahrenheit/28 degrees Celsius for the high temperature, and 55 degrees Fahrenheit/13 degrees Celsius for the low temperature.
Our average high temperature during the summer is 100 degrees and the highest temperature ever recorded was 117 degrees Fahrenheit on June 26, 1990.

Can I fly into Tucson?

Yes, flying here easy. Tucson is served by 14 different airlines with nonstop service to 29 cities and connections to more than 125 destinations. There are about 91 flights departing daily with approximately 7,700 seats available. Visit www.tucsonairport.org for more information and www.AirTucson.com to search for the best airfare.

Are there attractions for those interested in native wildlife?

The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is one of the most notable wildlife parks in the world. Just south of Tucson is the Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Preserve, a pristine wildlife sanctuary. The Tucson Botanical Gardens, located in midtown, is a haven for native plants and birds. Plan your trip around these attractions and more.

Which Baseball teams play in Tucson?

Tucson is the only city in the United States to host three Major League Baseball teams for Spring Training. Here, fans can catch the excitement of the Colorado Rockies, Arizona Diamondbacks and Chicago White Sox as they get fired up for the regular season. All three teams play games nearly every day during March at Hi-Corbett Field and Tucson Electric Park. Tucson's own minor-league franchise, the Tucson Sidewinders, is the AAA affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks and plays at Tucson Electric Park.

Where do the University of Arizona Wildcats play Basketball? Football?

Some of the nation's finest college athletes are in the Pacific-10 Conference. The University of Arizona Wildcats are no exception. The Wildcats play basketball at McKale Center and football at the Arizona Stadium. For more information, visit the U of A Athletics website.

When and where is the Gem Show?

The Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase of Tucson is one of Tucson's most anticipated international events. There are actually two shows, one in the fall and the largest during the first weeks of February. The shows are held at dozens of locations around Tucson with the largest at the Tucson Convention Center.

What is a Tucson Passport?

The Tucson Attractions Passport is a great way to save money during your visit. It has over $400 worth of two-for-one admissions to Southern Arizona's top attractions and many other savings. Order yours online for just $15.

Is Tucson where Saguaro National Park is?

Yes, Tucson sits directly between Saguaro National Park East and Saguaro National Park West.