The County Treasurer is an elected official with a four year term. The duties of the Treasurer's Office include receipt, management and disbursement of public funds, as well as collection, management and distribution of property taxes levied by various units of local government.
"To provide the most efficient and professional banking and tax collection services possible for Pima County, its political subdivisions and the taxpayers of Pima County."
The Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF) is a federally-funded, foreclosure-prevention program that provides assistance for low-income Arizona homeowners experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19. If you are in danger of losing your home, the HAF program can prevent that from happening.
Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM MST
For Holiday hours see below:
The Service Center Garage is located at:
38 E. Alameda St.
Tucson, AZ 85701
The entrance is on Grosetta Ave., between Toole Ave. and Alameda St., east of the County Public Service Center.
Beth Ford is currently serving her sixth term as Pima County Treasurer. She first took office in January 2001. She earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Arizona with a major in Accounting. In 1988 Beth became a Certified Public Accountant. She is a member of the Government Finance Officer's Association and the Arizona Association of Governmental Accountants. Beth has served three terms as President of the Arizona Association of County Treasurers, three terms as Vice-President of the Arizona Association of County Treasurers and also served as their legislative liaison. She also is a member of the Arizona State Treasurer's Investment Advisory Board. Beth received the Special Recognition and Appreciation Award by the Pima County Sheriff's Department for outstanding support of the Sheriff's Department and contribution to public safety in Pima County in 2003 and 2011.
Her professional career began as a staff accountant with the Tucson accounting firm Cotton, Parker, Johnson and Co. P.C. She began her government service with the Tucson Unified School District (TUSD) and was promoted to Financial Services Manager. During her tenure with TUSD, the district received their first Certificate of Excellence awards for the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report from both the Government Finance Officers Association and the Association of School Business Officials.
Some of Beth's accomplishments as Pima County Treasurer include increased operating efficiencies and effectiveness from successful relationships with other Pima County agencies and has improved procedural changes through automation improvements. She developed an investment program, consistently generating additional income for Pima County's political subdivisions that would have otherwise been raised through taxes.
Beth is a firm believer in the power of automation and guides and facilitates in-house software development for the accounting and tax payment functions. Tax payment and distribution of tax revenues to Pima County's political subdivisions is done in a timely manner. She has been instrumental in offering "Transparency in Government" as she guides the office into an on-line banking service environment for Pima County agencies. As a result of those improvements, she has reduced operating costs, while expanding services.
If you have a coupon, please mail your payment to:
|PO Box 29011|
|Phoenix, Arizona 85038-9011|
Please include your state code or reference number on your check. All other correspondence should be sent to 240 N. Stone Ave, Tucson, Arizona, 85701.
Your tax liability covers the calendar year, from January through December. The first installment on that liability is due by November 1. The second installment is due by May 1 even though this date is in the next tax year.
Your taxes fund the various jurisdictions over their fiscal year, which usually is from July 1 thru June 30.
Your tax amount is a function of Assessed Valuation and the various tax rates established by the various political subdivisions in which your property is located. If you believe your valuation is too high, please contact the Assessor's Office at (520) 724-8630. They can help you through the appeals process. If you believe your tax rate is too high, please contact the appropriate political
If you have difficulty paying your taxes, there are some programs available that may help you. The Assessor's Office can provide you with more information.