About Oro Valley . . .

Oro Valley is located in northern Pima County approximately three miles north of the Tucson city limits. The valley itself was formed by the Santa Cruz River joining Gold Creek in the Catalina Mountains. The town sits at an elevation of 2,620 feet, covers over 34 square miles and has a current population of 41,011. Oro Valley was incorporated in April, 1974. Read More

Town Government:

Oro Valley is a community that takes great pride in its past, its present and its future. Our vision is to be a well-planned community that uses its resources to balance the needs of today against the potential impacts to future generations. Read More

History and Culture:

The area of Oro Valley has been inhabited intermittently for nearly two thousand years by various groups of people. The Native American Hohokam tribe lived in the Honeybee Village located in the foothills of the Tortolita Mountains on Oro Valley's far north side around 500 AD. Hohokam artifacts are still being discovered in the Honeybee Village site that the Hohokam inhabited continuously for nearly 700 years. Read More

Events and Attractions Include:

The Uplands at Lambert Lane