A New Take on the Old Pueblo

About Us

Mission Statement

The Downtown Tucson Partnership is committed to making Downtown Tucson the most dynamic urban center in the Southwest.

The Partnership is a non-profit, 501 (c)(6) corporation, charged with acting as a catalyst for the re-development of Downtown. The organization was created in 1998 to implement the services for the Downtown Business Improvement District. These services include enhanced security, maintenance, marketing, festivals and events and economic development.

The Partnership’s activities and expenditures are governed by a diverse Board of Directors, comprised of Downtown property owners and businesses, leaders of non-profits, arts, cultural and historical organizations, neighborhood leaders and representatives of the Partnership’s primary partner, the City of Tucson. Many of Tucson’s leading businesses such as Cox Communications, Providence Service Corporation, Gadsden Co. and Unisource Energy Corporation also have representatives on the board. The Downtown Tucson Partnership’s Board has several advisory committees, which offer opportunities for the involvement of the general public; we welcome the input of Downtown’s diverse stakeholders and the wider community. More information is available in our 2015 Annual Report.

The Downtown Tucson Partnership is a member of the International Downtown Association and partners with several other local organizations that are involved with promoting Downtown.

Information Statement

The Downtown Tucson Partnership is considering expanding services to further the revitalization of downtown Tucson by increasing private sector investment in the Partnership. Please visit the following link where you can view details of the proposed increased services and budget.

Contact us if you have questions or would like more information.

Address: 100 N. Stone, Ste. 101, Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 268-9030
Downtown Security: (520) 940-1038
Downtown Maintenance: (520) 940-0806

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