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Working to build a betterPima County since 1972

Pima County Industrial Development Authority

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WHAT WE DO

Pima IDA Bond Financing

The Pima IDA is authorized by Arizona statutes to issue bonds to provide funds for the financing or refinancing of the costs of the acquisition, construction, improvement, rehabilitation or equipping of a project. By statute, neither Pima IDA nor Pima County lend their general credit to these bonds – instead the bonds are solely payable from the revenues of the borrower. 

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MORE INFO

Pima IDA Bond Issues

Due to securities law, we are only able to provide limited current information on the bonds issued by the Pima IDA.

More current information is available on emma.msrb.org, which is the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board’s Electronic Municipal Market Access system. The list of the bond issues below can provide the CUSIP (if one exists) or name of the title of the bonds that are of interest, which can be used for EMMA.

PIMA IDA

Bond Financing

Who is Eligible for a Tax-Exempt Bond?

Learn about Bond Eligibility

How do Bond Issues Work?

Learn how Bonds work

Start or Continue an Application

Fill out a Bond Application

Regular Pima IDA meetings are held the second Friday of every month.

SPECIAL NOTICE:

Next meeting is November 15!

Impact Spotlight

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Affordable Housing Program

MISSION

According to the legislative history of the IDA Act, the original intent of an IDA was for economic development and housing matters. As the IDA Act’s list of projects has been expanded, so have the multiple types of bonds for these projects. However, the continued purpose of the Pima IDA is to foster affordable housing, generate economic development within Pima County and improve the standard of living for Pima County residents.