Clean Water Starts With Me
Keeping our desert waterways clean starts with you. Every year, during the monsoon season, it is easy for stormwater runoff to pick up pollutants, such as grease, fertilizer, pesticide and trash, along the way and to deposit the contaminants in our fragile desert washes.

Houghton Road Project Information
As the Houghton Road Corridor project moves forward, information will be made available here on each segment that is more in-depth than descriptions found on the individual segment pages. Please check for updates at

Houghton Road Corridor Study
The study team formulated and analyzed several alternatives for future improvements to the roadway, created an access control plan and ultimately decided on one recommended corridor configuration. The final recommendations were presented at the July 2004 public meetings and are available at

Live Breathe Clean Air
Pima Association of Governments is promoting Live Breathe Clean Air as part of a regional message to encourage residents and visitors to take steps to keep our air clean and to bring awareness toward maintaining healthy ozone levels.

RTA Main Street Program
MainStreet is a small business assistance program funded by the Regional Transportation Authority. Funding for the program was approved as part of the RTA plan on May 16, 2006.

Pima Association of Governments Census Information
In early 2009, Pima Association of Governments completed the local Participant Statistical Areas Program (PSAP) on behalf of member agencies. This effort involved calculating population estimates for existing census tracts and block groups, reviewing the geography with respect to existing neighborhood boundaries, and splitting or merging the areas to meet specific criteria for Census 2010 geographic areas.

Pima Association of Governments
Pima Association of Governments is a nonprofit metropolitan planning organization with Transportation Planning, Environmental Planning, Energy Planning and Technical Services divisions.

Regional Transportation Authority
The Regional Transportation Authority is a government entity that manages the $2.1 billion, 20-year RTA plan, which was approved by Pima County voters on May 16, 2006.

Southern Arizona Solar Standards Board
The new standards board, which will be housed under PAG’s Energy Program, will act as an oversight board to work with solar installation companies to ensure “best practices” as solar installations soar in southern Arizona.

Tucson Sustainability and Energy EXPO
Tucson Sustainability and Energy EXP09: Building a Better Community. First, Pima Association of Governments would like to thank all of the participants of the 2007 Expo for making it a resounding success.