- Census 2000 - The Basics
- 5 Trends Tucson? (Brochure)
- 5 Trends Tucson? (Report)
- Growth and Development in Southeast Tucson
- Tucson - The People and the Place - Highlights from the 1990 Census
- Tucson - The People and the Place - Highlights from the 1990 Land Use Survey
- Downtown Infrastructure Study, May 2007
- Growing Smarter - Guiding Principles for Arizona
- Houghton Area Master Plan (Brochure)
- 1987 Broadway Corridor Transportation Study
- Celebrating Tucson's Heritage
- Mercado District of Menlo Park - Master Plan, September 2004
- Nominating Property & Neighborhoods to the National Register of Historic Places
- Nominacion de propiedad y barrios al Registro Nacional de Lugares Historicos
- The Cultural Cornerstone of Rio Nuevo (Brochure)
- The Presidio Trail
- Tucson Heritage Sketchbook
- Tucson Origins Heritage Park Master Plan
- Tucson Post-World War II residential Subdivision Development, 1945-1973
- Urban Design in Tucson
- Urban Design in Tucson (printable booklet format)
- Urban Landscape Framework - Final (endorsed by Mayor & Council, 3/4/08
- Water Harvesting Guidance Manual
- Downtown Urban Design Reference Manual
The Downtown Urban Design Reference Manual (the Reference Manual) is a design reference tool that will assist the public and staff in the review of projects in the Downtown area as well as in the Downtown Infill Incentive District.
The Reference Manual contains adopted design policies currently used in development review of the Downtown and serves as a guide to many of the best practices in urban design. Further, it serves to guide future public and private design decisions related to redevelopment and revitalization in the Downtown area.
There are four basic parts to the Reference Manual: 1) a listing of current Downtown design policies, 2) a Downtown historic preservation design section, 3) an urban design pilot study done in the east Congress Street area, 4) a commentary section that discusses the pros and cons of the pilot study, as well as open space, sustainability and historic preservation issues.
The commentary section is expected to grow with additions from design professionals as well as other similar interest groups from time to time. The Reference Manual will evolve over time by including future updates to design policies, supplemental commentary, and updated best practices.
The public is invited to submit design information and commentary for potential inclusion into this document. The Department will review submitted comments based on their relevance to Downtown urban design topics.