The Pima County Board of Supervisors meet on the first and third Tuesday of
every Month in the meeting room located at 130 W. Congress in Downtown Tucson. The meetings begin at 9:00 a.m. Residents are encouraged to attend meetings and learn about what's happening in your county.
If you want to address the Supervisors at the Open Call to the Public, complete a speakers card and hand it to the Clerk of the Board prior to the start of the meeting. All speakers are allowed 3 minutes to address the Supervisors at the Open Call to the Public.
Have questions or County related concerns?
Call (520) 724-2738
I strive to return your calls or emails within 24 hours
Board of Supervisors: Meetings
BRINGING NEWS & FACTS . . . .
Welcome to my Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller website! During the course of my tenure serving as your District 1 Supervisor, I took an oath "to provide direction to the County Administrator and the county's various departments as they work to ensure safe communities, nurture economic development, sustainably manage natural resources and protect public health."
Anyone who has attended or viewed online a Board of Supervisor meeting, can observe first-hand how supervisor decisions are made. Watch the videos discussing the space balloon, the American Airlines $100,000 bailout, and the donation of funds to fix trucks delivering water to the desert for border crossers. Learn how your tax dollars are appropriated. And, to help you understand this process and follow the facts, I have created a new section in my website titled (click below or on the left navigation bar):
This is where you will be able to follow the money trail and see how Pima County taxpayer dollars are spent. Much of the information presented may not be found in mainstream news as my objective is to report the facts ... the truth and nothing but the truth.
You can also follow my NEWS & FACT discussions on FACEBOOK and YOU-TUBE. To receive monthly updates, sign up to receive my NEWSLETTER. If you have questions or concerns, please complete and submit the CONTACT US form. I look forward to serving you for another four years.
Supervisor Ally Miller
The Pima County Board of Supervisors is responsible for steering public policy in the region. More information about the services and resources, districts and maps can be found on the county website at: www.pima.gov/government/board of supervisors