Armory Park

Armory Park has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) since 1976 as the Armory Park Historic Residential District, the first such district in Tucson. It is also a City of Tucson Historic Preservation Zone (HPZ).

This website has two main purposes: To document the history of the neighborhood and to preserve its historic character through an effective review process.

If you want to learn more about the history of Armory Park, click here. To learn more about the historic review process, continue on this page.

The Armory Park Historic Advisory Board (APHZAB)

Important Notes: (1) Because of the pandemic, regular meetings are not being held. Some virtual meetings will take place as needed. Go to the City Clerk’s webpage to see if a meeting is scheduled. Notices will be published at least 24 hours before the meeting. (2) Updated Design Guidelines are now in a lengthy process of review. When the new version is adopted, the information on this site is likely to change significantly.

APHZAB and the Tucson/Pima County historic preservation process are major players in preserving the historic character of Armory Park. APHZAB reviews projects which propose to construct or alter the exterior of any structure in the HPZ. and makes recommendations which are then considered by the City/County board and the Planning and Development Services Department director. The Tucson Mayor and Council are the final reviewers if there is an appeal.

St Andrew’s Parish Hall
Entrance on 16th Street
545 S 5th Ave
Tucson, AZ 85701
6:30pm – 8:30pm
3rd Tuesday, most months

Agendas & Legal Action Reports

Upcoming board meetings will have an agenda published at least 24 hours before the meeting. Legal Action Reports present meeting outcomes.

View both at:

Armory Park HPZ Map

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